I have had the film from my Olympus Trip developed. It was with great excitement and considerable anticipation that I went to the camera shop to collect the prints!
The results were mixed. Some of the photos pleased me, some disappointed me. By an large, the steepest learning curve was the focusing - more shots than I would have liked were out of focus. Unlike the autofocus on a DSLR, on a Trip you focus by turning the dial on the lens to the relevant symbol, so the person for close up portraits, the mountain for landscapes, etc. These symbols correspond to distances in feet or meters, and estimating the distance from from camera to subject is a skill which I clearly need to work on!
Here are a few of the photographs that I took with the Trip at a wedding that we attended a few weeks ago. It was a beautiful weekend and we, like most of the other guests, took along our tent.