So, I went to an art exhibition today at "Dunkers Kulturhus" with my friend (and model) Hanna. It was awesome. I went there mainly because of my friend (Necrolord) Kristian Wåhlin's amazing paintings, but there were lots of paintings by Marcus Larson (Swedish dramatic landscape painter) from the mid 1800's and they were just wow! There were also paintings and a couple of photographs by other artists, mainly record covers for hard rock bands like Black Sabbath and Dio, to metal bands Amon Amarth and Slayer for example.
I've said to myself for quite a while that I should go and see the exhibition, but haven't come around, but now it's only a week left, so I had to finally get the thumb ouf of my ass and go there.
There were also another exhibition by Danish artist Michael Kvium. It was pretty weird but cool. A good day, good exhibition in good company.
One thing though. In one room there were a couple of couches, a big black wooden chair, a candelabra, stuffed crows, very dark and it looked really cool with a gothic kinda vibe. So I thought I should take a couple of shots of Hanna there, since I was bringing my new and very nice Wotancraft Scout bag and my Fujifilm X-T1 and Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 R and XF 56mm f/1.2 R. But since it was so damn dark in there I had to crank the ISO to 6400, to avoid camera shake. Afterwards, well, I never should have done that. It turned out bad. And I mean really really bad. Not only did it get noisy, which I could have lived with, but there were weird looking patterns all over Hanna which there was no way of getting rid of. That was weird, and not good at all. I've never used this high ISO before and I guess I never will again since it turned out totally useless. That's a big minus for an otherwise really good little camera.
I ended up doing one shot black and white and fake scratched the hell out of it to cover it up.