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  1. gwpics

    Mike the Magician

    While I was having coffee at my favourite place this guy was sat running his office over his cup of coffee. "Hi, it's Mike the Magician" he said down the telephone. Sadly the guy at the other end didn't seem to know who he was. I took this candid shot of him with the M240 + 50mm lens at 1600iso. I then processed it through Lightroom Classic. Hope you like it! Gerry
  2. gwpics

    The Blue Handbag

    Taken as a candid shot at my normal coffee haunt today: Leica M240 + 50mm Summicron f2 @ 1600 iso. 1/30 f9.5 handheld. Gerry
  3. I took my regular visit to my favourite city-centre coffee shop and when he served me the guy behind the counter said "Have you taken any good snaps yet today?". I hadn't, but whilst I sat there with my coffee and Danish this scenario appeared in front of me. It is a candid image, and they did not notice me at any time. I used my M240 fitted with the 50mm Zeiss Sonnar f1.5 and I was working at 1,000iso. Exposure was 1/60th @ f6.8. post-processing was in Lightroom Classic. Hope you like it! Gerry
  4. Hi, I have a question to all those who use the Q2 alongside with their Sony camera: How far can you go with those Q2 RAW files? [Taking the photos shakefree, deliberately underexpose the photos, increasing the exposure in post-processing etc. just to get the shot.] I would like to read your input in that regard. I own the Sony RX100V (RX100 MK5) & A7RIII (A7R MK3) with a bunch of Sony GM (85mm f/1.4), Sony Zeiss (35mm f/2.8 & 55mm f/1.8), Zeiss (Batis 85mm, Loxia 25mm, Loxia 50mm, Loxia 85mm) and adapted Contax Zeiss (28mm f/2.8, 50mm f/1.4, 50mm f/1.7, 85mm f/2.8, 135mm f/2.8) lenses. Currently I love using the Zeiss Loxia lenses and so far I like the Q2's lens rendering. I would like to replace most of those lenses and the RX100V, keep the Loxia & 85mm GM lenses and purchase the Q2. The intention is to simplify my gear and at least have only a few autofocus lenses in my repertoire. The 85mm GM can't go because of portrait photography where autofocus is critical (Sony Eye-AF huray!). For fun projects I like using the Loxia 85mm (that glas is ridiculous sharp and contrasty!). The Q2's purpose is for covering the the focal length 28mm[, 35mm and 50mm] with its autofocus lens. I often see myself using my Sony cameras (I had the A6000 & A7II [A7 MK2] before) on my travels in low light situations (www.instagram.com/ryan.lam.888) and I don't carry a full sized tripod with me. Sometimes I have a tabletop tripod and a clamp with me traveling to the destination just in case I need them. However after one or two outings I am able to evaluate whether or not I need them. Oftentimes many locations don't allow you to deploy a tripod on-location (Hello London & Italy! xD ). It is amazing how much I can get out of those Sony RAW files without much noise and banding issues. Can anyone provide RAW files from a Q2 and a Sony camera both shot at the same location with the same low light condition? Thank you!
  5. adli

    shadowplay

    Last rays from the sun falling in sideways from the window. Leica SL / 80 Lux-R.
  6. Was out shooting yesterday evening with my friend Trond. He usually shoots the streets of Oslo with his Oly-kit, but this night we also brought out our Land cameras. The picture is taken in the backyard of Teddys Softbar, where it was a concert last night. Leica SL / 80 lux-R
  7. Same setting, and old pub in Oslo. Picture taken with available light inside the pub, only used a small reflector to brighten her face. B/W conversion in Silver Efex, Tri-X preset with some adjustments. Leica SL / 80 Summilux-R.
  8. gwpics

    The Ring

    "An animal for sale is paraded in front of prospective bidders whils the auction takes place. Taken at the Southern Counties Auctioneers ring near Salisbury, Wiltshire." Taken on my Leica M7 using the 35mm Summarit f2.5 and Fuji Neopan 400CN film. Post processed in Lightroom. I hope you like it! Gerry
  9. adli

    Solitude

    From Teddys Softbar in Oslo, this guy suddenly sat down at the table right in front of me with his headset on, seemed to be in his own world Leica SL / 80 Lux-R
  10. Guest

    Illuminated

    Leica T + 50mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH ISO 400, f1.4, 1/160 "Illuminated Humans"
  11. Guest

    Tired

    Leica T + 50mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH ISO 400, f1.4, 1/200 "Tired"
  12. I took this in 2002 in Notre Dame cathedral using available light with the M6 and T-Max400CN, but have only just got round to scanning it. I hope you like it! Gerry
  13. anachronist

    Cheers

    From the album: My posts

    Lazy Sunday Afternoon at High West Distillery in Park City, Utah Summicron 50 (IV) on Leica M9

    © yes

  14. Savanna in the afternoon spring sun. Leica M240, Voigtlander 75mm f1.8 at f2.
  15. garysamson

    Brianna

    An available light portrait of Brianna in an abandoned theater in Biddeford, Maine made with a Leica M240 and 50mm Summicron lens.
  16. Another portrait of Brianna made by available light. Leica M240, 50mm Summicron lens, f2.8
  17. garysamson

    Brianna

    A portrait of Brianna on my birthday. Leica M240, 50mm Summicron lens at f2.8, window light.
  18. Auch wenn es von Beginn der M9 immer wieder viele Diskussionen um die Probleme bei Available Light gab, möchte ich gerne nochmals in die Runde fragen, ob es für die Farbsäume am Bild im Anhang vielleicht schon eine Lösung gibt. Aufgenommen mit einem 50er Summilux der neuesten Bauart bei 1600 ISO und 1.4 Blende - also durchaus wofür man ein 1.4er hat. Keinerlei Bearbeitung, nur Beschneidung (ohne Vergrößerung) und Entwicklung zu JPG in LR4. Vielen Dank!
  19. Hier ein Foto von letztem Sommer: Irgendwie find ich´s cool. Aber ein paar Tips wären auch hilfreich. Der Geist ist meine Ex-Freundin... Viele Grüße Christian
  20. gwpics

    Pensive

    I haven't been getting out much for the past few weeks, but I ventured out yesterday for a coffee at my favourite coffee shop and grabbed this whilst I was there. Leica M240 + 35mm Summarit-M f2.5 @ 1250iso. Gerry
  21. gwpics

    The Gesture

    Taken whilst having my morning coffee in my favourite coffee house in my home town of Southampton, England.
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