Untitled #156 / 14 May, 2013 [click for previous image: towards the light]
Untitled #156 / 14 May, 2013 [click for next image: Jura #6]
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Title • Untitled #156

I'm just putting the finishing touches to my initial review of the Sony RX1, within which I stress the quality of the images this camera can produce – it's a truly awesome camera. It's not quite so great for this type of shot though.

Typically, when I'm shooting on the beach I shoot from as close to the ground as possible, especially when I'm shooting reflections. When the sand is dry, that's OK, but if it's wet it's not so much fun with the RX1. It's fine with my A99, which has a flip-out screen, but with the RX1 you either need to commit yourself to getting soaking wet, or guess. In this case I guessed.

And if you've taken a look at the original you'll see that I didn't quite get it right on this occasion :)

captured
camera
aperture
shutter speed
shooting mode
exposure bias
metering mode
ISO
flash
image quality
RAW converter
image editor
plugins (etc)
cropped?
3.20pm on 6/5/13
Sony DSC-RX1
f/5.6
1/2000
aperture priority
+0.3
evaluative
100
no
RAW
Camera Raw
CS6
none
2x1
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