Super long post, so sorry in advance! One of my best friend's informed me he was ready to propose to his girlfriend and had asked me to take pictures of the event. His plan was for her to think she'd be showing up to a family party at a park, but instead find a candle lit bench area and him playing one of their favorite songs. Originally I had asked him to choose a time around the golden hour but unfortunately as the day went on, set up and arrival time kept being pushed back. I had to use my fastest glass - PL 42.5mm f/1.2 Nocticron & Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95 paired with my EM1 & EM5. Daylight was falling fast and most of the available light I could get was coming from the street lamps. ISO was being pushed up to 6400, so the camera and the files were being pushed to what is considered it's acceptable limit to many m43 shooters. The face of a man who is about to propose Setting up Getting in a little bit of practice before she arrives She's coming and doesn't know what's about to unfold The moment she realized there was no party Surprise! "All I wanna do is grow old with you" Maybe this proposal will go viral one day... who knows? She said "YES!" Link to the picture set - https://www.flickr.com/gp/eeveeheikki/12049C My conclusion about the gear used: After looking at these pictures, it reminds me of an article that Zack Arias wrote which questioned Math or Moments? These are definitely not the sharpest or cleanest of files as I was pushing the files in camera and in pp. Eventually I will be upgrading to full frame for improved IQ, but looking back at these files I could care less if they were shot with a bigger sensor. The moments were captured and knowing that this couple and their family love and enjoy their photos puts a sense of satisfaction in the job I've done. Thank you!