The Daily Snap – Feb 18
During the photo tour we came upon some sheets of ice about the thickness of window glass that were thrust up from the shore. I tried to get my dSLR under the ice to shoot the ice patterns against the sky. The problem was I could not get my face up to the viewfinder or even attach a right-angle viewfinder to the eyepiece to make a composition. So I grabbed my G11 and used the tilt-swivel screen to easily view what I was doing. I love the G11 (or any camera with a tilt-swivel screen) to get these wonky low angle shots. I could not decide if I liked the overall view of the ice or the close-up of the windshield-like rock bruise better. Which do you like better?