After I started the tutorial series about teaching my mum photography she's been working very hard. She's got a new camera (a Fuji X20) and she's getting to know how to use it. I met up with her and her friends, Anne and Maddy, today around London Bridge to photograph giraffes. The photo above is her (dressed in her cape - 'waterman'?). For those who like to know that kind of thing, the photo is using an 85mm lens at 1/160, f/2.2 and ISO 100.
We'll get round to doing the next bits of the tutorial series soon - with lots of nice new examples from today. In the meantime, I've moved to my new place - still in New Cross - and will have internet next week (3Ging at the moment).
This is one of the giraffes:
85mm, 1/1250, f/2.0, ISO 100.
Edit: you can now see my mum's photos with fast shutter speed