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  1. Church Entrance in Presidio Taken with the mighty Leica C
  2. Versailles_5 Leica M6, 35mm Cron, Tri-x
  3. Byron Prukston went to the Baikal Lake region in Russia with the Leica M-P 240 Safari and worked in frozen landscapes down to -30° Celsius (-22 Fahrenheit) Traveling through ice landscapes with the Leica M-P 240 Safari
  4. Le Chino Cafe, Paris, Leica M6 35mm Cron, Tri-X
  5. "Symptom of the Universe SU#0098" Bigger > https://msvphoto.wordpress.com/2016/03/15/symptom-of-the-universe-0098/ 2015 © Massimo S. Volonté Fotografo​
  6. On my way to Colorado for a business trip and couldn't help but stop to take these scenes. Hank
  7. DMarc

    Santorini

    http://marcderydt.com/santorini/ A gallery with a few pictures from Santorini and mostly Oía, the best-known and most picturesque village on the island. Santorini in a a few words: white houses, blue domes, sea, sunset, churches, selfies, Chinese weddings, donkeys, stairs, cliff, doors. Can't wait to go back actually ;-) As to equipment, I went there with an S-Typ007 and the 70mm, 120mm and 30-90mm Vario lenses. The zoom proved to be very useful and was used the most. No issue with the camera whatsoever and I am still amazed at seeing what comes out. I had a Leica Q as a back-up, but hardly used it. The files were imported into Capture One and processed in Photoshop as needed.
  8. Hello my fellow Leica shooters..... I am looking for advice from the peanut gallery on a lens purchase. In short, I am going to be spending three weeks traveling Thailand soon, and need to travel light, so I'll be carrying my M240 during the trip. At one point in the trip, I will also be taking a 4 day kayak trip and will be doing a bit of shooting from the kayak. I have two options: 1) Buy a used version of the 28-35-50 Tri-Elmer MATE lens - which I've never used before. I've read extensively about it, but dont have hands-on with the lens. 2) Take my existing 50mm Summicron and 21mm lenses and buy a 35mm Summicron and carry a set of three lenses. Each of these options has pros and cons - the only neutral is the price, with the MATE being just a tad cheaper. Obviously option #1 means I don't have to deal with lens changes, but I'm limited to f/4 for nighttime and low-light shooting. Anyone been to Thailand have experience with the night scenes in cities like Bangkok - will I be handicapped with an f/4 lens? Option 2 has the benefit of being f/2 lenses and each lens is smaller than the MATE, but I'd have to conduct lens changes more often. I welcome any thoughts - I realize this is a personal opinion and decision, but am curious what you'd do in the situation? Thanks Kristen
  9. Here's a photo from one of my 2013 trips to Istanbul. Crossing on the ferry over to Sultanahmet is one of my favorite things to do when I go visit. M9 40 'cron. —Santiago
  10. I'm finally done with my review, It's been so hard to make a selection of pictures. What you'll see in the link bellow is Cuba as i managed to discovered it through the lens of my camera "Leica Q" Hope you'll enjoy the it. all feedbacks and comments are gonna be welcome as usual. http://rodriguezahr.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/cuba-defrosting-world.html www.rodriguezahr.com
  11. stephengv

    Paris Amor

    From the album: Just photos

    Taken in Paris, France.

    © All Rights reserve.

  12. From the album: Mongolia, summer of 2016

    Picture of the highest mountain in Central Mongolia. Photograph taken using Leitz Vario-Elmar-R f4/35-70mm lens

    © George A. Furst

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