Micro four third cameras can work for scenery in good light. In poor light, less so. It is not as much the megapixels as the pixel behind the lens. And I ensured that these are mine, as the PP took some of me.
Shed, North Peninsula
Shed, South Peninsula waterfront
Portobello Ducks I
Portobello Ducks II
Because I was also shooting film.
Olympus OM-10, ART 19 mm lens, processed in Rawtherapee.
Further experimentation with developing using Photographer’s Formulary PMK with TP-4 as a fixer. Shooting using a Bronica 6×6 SLR with a 65 mm lens — about 35 mm equivelant — on a very bright day with high constrast values.
A couple of lower quality photos here are on Facebook: these are downsized to 2000×2000.
Zenza Bronica SqA, 65 mm lens
Developed in PMK @ 20 celsius for 14 minutes, TP-4 fixer. Scanned at 3600 dpi, using Epson iscan. Downsampled in Darktable.