It's been a while since I've taken a photo of a church.
I was in London and normally I like to shoot with my Canon 5D III but had a tiny GX7 with me. I was surprised that the smaller form factor and how much unobtrusive I could be made me talk different photos than I might have taken otherwise.
This photo isn't street photography but friend Ron who I had a quick drink with. I was interested to see whether the much smaller sensor produced an image comparable to the 5D III and when viewed at a smaller size, it's probably much the same.
A quick drive down to Thorpe Bay to give the ND Filter another test. This time I knew I could focus through Live View. In retrospect I should have shot a long exposure, and a standard photo and could have composited the two so I could have had the boats sharp (rather than blurred due to the movement during the long exposure).
I still need a lot more practice.
Straight out of camera it looked like this.