This is a single half-frame from my Olympus Pen.
The light was quite low. I normally shoot this camera with the sunny 16 rule, but estimating light indoors is beyond my abilities.
A light meter app on my phone indicated it was 2 stops lower than I could get with this camera/film combination.
I figured the film would give me some latitude, and as it turned out the light on her face was a bit brighter than the surroundings.
Most of this roll was shown at 52 Rolls at this location.
The picture was taken the day that our granddaughter and her family packed and moved north a few hundred kilometres.
We were babysitting her while the packing and cleaning were underway.
We took her to a ceramics show that we wanted to see, though she had little patience for that.
Soon took her to a place to pat goats, and where we could eat something.
This continues my series of half-frame photos from the Pen.
Olympus Pen half-frame camera, 28mm 3.5 lens, Neopan Acros 100, 1/50th, f3.5.