A few posts ago I published a picture taken from behind Seljalandsfoss in Iceland. The image below was taken from the slightly drier side of the waterfall. If you look closely, you can just see the path that you can take to get behind the falls. That’s if you don’t mind getting extremely wet that is. The photograph was taken at 12 minutes before midnight incidentally! Midnight sunshine is a feature of the Icelandic summer that takes some getting used to for those of us living in more southerly lattitudes. :-)
35mm f/4 1/60 sec. ISO-125
I took this photograph hand-held with my Sony A7R. I certainly wouldn’t be able to hand-hold my D800e and get a sharp picture at 1/60 sec. which adds to this cameras versatility. There’s a lot to be said for a light compact mirrorless camera.