One day, I came up with the idea of shooting from the passenger side window of a moving car. Sort of a drive by. The original idea was to look out the window at the lighting conditions, and try making educated guess about what aperture and shutter speeds would result in a properly exposed image. I didn’t want to look into the viewfinder, because I didn’t want any clues from the camera. I’d hold the camera out the window, and shoot away at anything passing by. Then I’d check to see how close I came with my settings to a properly exposed image. After a while I started getting pretty good at it, and could usually land on an aperture and shutter speed that produced a good exposure. The only problem was that the shots were always slanted at some crazy angle, or pointed up at the sky, or down at the asphalt. Today, I decided to try repeat the same exercise, but focus on keeping the camera straight, or pointed at a specific object. Again this is in a moving car, without looking through the viewfinder. Sort of shooting from the hip. No masterpieces here, but some interisting shots.