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RobM

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About RobM

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    Erfahrener Benutzer
  • Birthday 07/28/1959

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    Male / Männlich
  • Location
    Edinburgh
  • Interests
    Playing lute, theorbo, guitar...and going for walks with a camera.
  • Country
    Scotland

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    Edinburgh
  • Your Leica Products / Deine Leica Produkte
    Monochrom 1, M-A, IIIG
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  1. Thanks. I can report that I am very happy with the Q2. My kind of camera. 😀
  2. I brought the two Leicas - Q2 and Q2M - to Birnam Wood, mentioned in MacBeth, in Perthshire, Scotland. Beautiful place. It says something about my photography when I say that I came home with 27 colour shots with the Q2, and 765 b&w shots with the Q2M. It will take a while to plough through the latter, but in the meantime I'm sure Shakespeare would recognise these:
  3. I’ve had the Q2M since it came out, and is my first-choice camera. Then I looked for a colour camera to complement it. I started with the TL2, but couldn’t get on with it. Traded it in for a CL. Couldn’t get on with that... Now I have the Q2 - Heaven! The combination of both with their macro options gives me all I need. I tried mono conversion of Q2 files, but was not happy with them. So I stick to colour on the Q2, b&w on the Q2M, and am very happy to do so. That said, I remain an 80 to 90% b&w shooter.
  4. Darktable? You must mean darktable 😉 They make a noise about the lower-case d. Well, the price is right! I’ll give it a try. Thanks.
  5. Experimenting with split toning for that old Henry Fox Talbot or Hill & Adams look. It's the sort of subject Talbot might have taken, I think.
  6. Thanks for all the suggestions, guys. After following all the links and suggestions, I've opted for Exposure 6 - thanks Bobitybob. You win! 😀
  7. Thanks, folks. So, so far we have Iridient and Raw Power...no Capture One or DxO. Interesting.
  8. My stand-alone LR6 will die a death when I get a new iMac in a couple of weeks. I don't want to pay a monthly fee for using LR, so am looking for an alternative that does the basics superbly well - I do not like to spend hours at the computer. My three cameras are: Leica Q2M (main camera), Leica Q2, Konica Hexar AF film camera. Any suggestions appreciated.
  9. From this morning's walk with the Q2 in hand:
  10. My favourite camera of all the ones I've had is the Leica Q2 Monochrom, and I've been trying various colour cameras to see if I can work them intuitively (because thinking hurts!) and like the result. Often I've liked results, but not the process. So, the obvious thing would be the colour version of the Q2, but they are expensive. However, Ffordes in Invernesshire sent me a second-hand Q2 at a great price, and I used it for the first time on this morning's walk. It is a breeze to use - couldn't be simpler, and the lens (as with the Q2M) can slip into macro mode - very useful for a fixed-lens c
  11. From this morning's walk, Q2M in hand:
  12. Yes, Jayne, they are. And they are all slightly out of focus. After an intense week of trying to get to a position where I could forget the camera and just shoot, I failed to do so, got fed up with both the camera and the lens, and returned both. That's the end of my CL sojourn. I've now put the money towards a used Q2, which should be with me in a few days's time. My main squeeze is the Q2 Monochrom, so I'm looking forward to fairly quickly becoming "at one" with that.
  13. A few from yesterday's walk along the Almond River, near Edinburgh. That's my wife and daughter in the first:
  14. The Invisible Man Caught On Camera!!
  15. My daughter has returned home as a Master of Textiles, from the Royal College of Art, London. I’ve never seen her so relaxed.
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