Recently I’ve been making images with old digicams – a few I’ve owned since the 20 aughts, and others I’ve recently acquired. There’s something about the images from the ccd sensors on these cameras that fascinates. All of these cameras have different colour looks that can be baked into the jpgs, and most also produce raw images that often look pretty good without editing.

The ones I gravitate to are small, pocketable sizes and maximum fun is had by putting them in program mode and shooting jpgs. These images were made that way with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 the day I got it.

In case you’re wondering, the coffee mug in the first image had already been placed there by person unknown before I got to the beach. It was perfectly placed to catch all the non intersecting lines that draw your eye into the image.