I recognized the cathedral image from Ask Jason (page 90, issue 74) as a building in central Valletta, Malta. I was back there in May 2016 and had just bought the D5300 with a 18-140mm lens. Concerned about the ‘no flash’ signs posted around, I selected the ‘no flash’ setting on the Mode dial and took this shot handheld. I’m surprised and impressed that it came out pretty sharp. Chris Tollast, via email Handheld long exposures are usually a no-go – but you must be a statue to get an image as sharp as this. Excellent work. The cathedral is St John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta, a 16th-century high baroque cathedral that’s perfect for photography.