The Olympus Trip is a great camera for night photography. It has no bulb-setting at all, but with the aperture at 2.8 it creates beautiful night shots. All you need is some source of light and a good subject. The shutter fires at 1/40 of a second, which gives enough time to shoot a nice pic with a fast film (I used Fuji Pro 800Z).

Photographer:
pcrlaban
Uploaded:
2012-01-30
Tags:
green light low museum night nighttrip purple tree
Camera:
Olympus Trip 35
Film:
Fuji Pro 800Z
City:
Den Bosch
Country:
Netherlands
Albums:
Olympus Trip 35 Night Photography

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