My new Lumix LX 100 has usually been set for Aperture priority in the last few weeks, and that has worked very well most of the time. But it doesn’t work very well in lowish light when the ISO is set at 200 and the aperture at f11. Indoor shots at Tate Modern resulted in exposures of half a second which is how I ended up with this very blurred image. I actually sent it straight to Trash (on a Mac that is a holding station until the Trash is emptied every so often). Then working my way through the other images shot on the same occasion I came across others similarly blurred – the best of which is the one below.
I really liked the second image – particularly that suggestion of hand-holding. The first image was promptly retrieved and you see the results.
The first image speaks to me of the hustle and bustle of days out – conveyed by the message on the wall.
It is rightly said that you can never make a good image out of a bad image, but occasionally there are images that have significant faults but can still speak to us visually. And perhaps this is one of them – what do you think? Do you agree?