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  1. Landscape of my region in autumn 2018. This belongs to my first series with my "new" Leica R3 and Summicron 50 mm. Kodak 200 scanned with Epson 850 V Pro.
  2. Fallen crabapples mix with dead pine needles on an urban sidewalk in Southampton, England. They herald the onset of Fall and the start of the regeneration of life for next Spring. They are earlier than normal this year because of the very low rainfall and high heat but the cycle of life will continue as always. Leica M240 + 50mm Zeiss Sonnar f1.5 @ 250iso. Gerry
  3. This is another from the trial run in the garden with the M240 and Zeiss 50mm Sonnar f1.5. I love the colour palette of the M240. Gerry
  4. Having my M9 stuck in repair for a sensor replacement for 7 weeks and being told it would be at least another 6 weeks to get sorted, I decided on the spur of the moment that the only answer was to trade in my M7 and get a M240. The annoying thing is that the M9 went in for an unrelated problem and they said "whilst it is here we will replace the sensor for you". However I now have the M240 and took the first test shots with it today. The location was my back garden (not the most inspiring place in the world) and I was quite pleased with this one out of the very few I took. The lens was my Zeiss 50mm Sonnar f1.5. Gerry
  5. A few pics from a walk few days back. All with the delightful Leica X2.
  6. Some images from a rainy/cloudy day walk with the Leica X2 (and closeup filters where appropriate)
  7. Last weekend the fall colours were at its peak,. Temperatures were extremely mild being up to 20!° Celsius. No rain had fallen, so there was a dream of goldrush because the foliage was almost complete. I was at the location at 7:30. It was just in time for getting the glow on the pond. Yet it remained half shaded because the rocks were locking the sun. The sky was deep blue and a pale morning moon was still there. All with Olympus and Nocticron 43 mm/ 1.2
  8. Tis pond belongs to our local "Stonehenge" a formation or strange rocks being the rest of an ice age moraine. For many people it is a place for centemplation and all sort of meditation. This morning was one of theos e extremely mild late october/early november days. No breeze, no rain, the foliage was in full color. I always imagine the sound of Richard Wagner's Lohengrin and I am waiting then for a while to see him appear with his swan. Olmypus EM 5 + Nocticron 43 mm/ 1.2
  9. These are very tranquil mild october days here. The sun, if it comes out is already very low. It then spreads a warm golden light. Wen I go to work I cross a little park and took my X1 to get the last glowing colors before they will be torn be one of those storms later on. X1 in the morning in a slightly humid air
  10. this is from last weekend when the sky was cloudy and from time to time the sun came out for a second or two. This is our landcsape: hilly at the feet of the Teutoburger Forest. Canon 5D MKII with Summicron 50 mm
  11. frieri

    Into the autumn

    M8 + Biogon 2.8/25 + ND filter & Capture One Only conversion, no retouching Freehand photos #1 [ATTACH]284622[/ATTACH] #2 [ATTACH]284623[/ATTACH] #3 [ATTACH]284625[/ATTACH] #4 [ATTACH]284624[/ATTACH]
  12. I was just about to wrap up after taking a few shots of my empty apartment when the tripod somehow slipped out of my hand and bang! The Leica hit the hardwood floor. First I was in shock, but at least the body itself didn't even have a single dent. I tried to turn on the camera, the screen showed up and the controls seemed to work fine, but then the camera seemed to have a problem with the shutter release. It just kept going and going and going, the same sound you hear right after taking a picture, just that it would repeat about two times per second non-stop. This was of course frustrating. I took off the lens, opened the battery cover, changed the battery, turned the camera on and off etc., the same non-stop shutter sound came back again. I am sure many of you would never consider opening the M8, but I am not that kind of person. I thought I should give it a try at least, to see if it was maybe just a simple problem, maybe something got stuck. After unscrewing the screws under the batter cover, I was able to remove the plastic cover, which then revealed part of the shutter mechanism. And there it was--it was indeed stuck. I carefully moved it back into position, screwed everything back together and was quite relieved because it worked The camera doesn't show any symptoms anymore whatsoever. After taking a couple of test shots, it appeared that the camera is back to normal again. I thought I would share this experience--not that I suggest taking the camera apart if something goes wrong, but if it's a similar problem to mine, it may be well worth it. Attached is a test shot (with default automatic settings, nothing spectacular, just my wonderful Musical Fidelity amp). DrTebi
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