So there I was, up at dawn, looking at distant mountains with my cup of apple juice. I was toying around with f/ stops and shutter speed and exposure and manual focus.
There were no clouds in the sky, promising a less than dramatic sunrise. I also wished I had coffee instead of apple juice. That’s quarantine for you.
Along comes this little guy. I had to quickly adjust my mind to something moving toward me and hopping. I had to get off of manual mode. Because I was high on f/ I was low on shutter. A slow 1/13 second. At least this is slow compared to wabbits.
I managed to take a dozen photos, eleven of which are unusable blurs. This one isn’t great, has some blur, but considering that I’m brand new to this mirrorless camera and the exposure triangle and all that jazz, I’m pretty happy. Hel, I just learned how to manually focus yesterday!