It was a lovely day, and perfect weather to take out the ‘broken’ Olympus Pen mirrorless camera and the Lomography Experimental Lens Kit and try a little image stacking.
Since I had last been out I bought a variable neutral density filter and made an adaptor to fit this to the front of the standard lens. With the setting at ‘8’ I could get a nice exposure with about 10 exposures per frame. In bright sunlight, or with a bright background, a setting of 9—10 would achieve a decent exposure.
My biggest difficulty was to keep the subject centred in the frame, particularly when moving around an object. Somewhere I have a viewfinder, but I couldn’t find it for this outing.