The little red lens that travels

In this series of images, I took the lens on a lunchtime walk around central London, near where I work. I was trying to use the lens in a variety of settings, distances and lighting conditions.

After a wander around the streets of Bloomsbury, I headed into the British Museum. Lots of the galleries are fairly dark, and to get a clear image you have to push the camera right up to the glass. It's here that the budget lens started to struggle a little, but still gave reasonable results.

You can find out more, see photographs from other photographers, and indeed sign up to take part yourself on the Facebook group Pentaxians Sans Frontiers.

This is the third in a series of four posts following my adventures with the travelling lens. See more on the series page.