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  1. 21mm APO in Rainny Night This is a harsh test for the all weather capability of my SL2 and SL 21mm f/2 APO. It was a rainny night at Shibuya, Tokyo. When this red modifed Mazda RX-7 sports car passing me, I picked up my camera right away and shoot in AF mode. The lens did hunt a bit in dark+rain but eventually locked her target, I missed the moment which I wanted the car on the crossing, anyway. A subject can't stand out without a suitable background. Japan streets and cars are absolutely clean, sign board light is bright, the reflection from the wet asphalt road looks gorgeous to my eyes. I generally won't shoot streets under the rain in other places, but Japan is an exception. This is my very first day shooting with my SL 21mm APO on SL2 , the prictures are sharp centre to corner, AF is reliable but not snappy in dark. The picture was taken with f/2, 1/60, ISO320, colour graded in ACR. And this image has been cropped to just 3.4MP from the original 47MP output. THIS LENS CHANGE MY PREFERNCE. If you need the depth of field anyway, why bother to carry a heavy zoom or second lens anymore, if the photos are for sharing here and IG. Thanks to the high pixel sensor and the unbeatable 21mm APO, I believe this could be my ultimate answer.
  2. A vineyard stone wall near St.-Julien, Bordeaux. I stood on the footpath with this framed and waited for the car shadow to enter the frame. M240 with 50mm APO-Summicron
  3. Since I saw this on the street, I'm posting it here. Orange, California. D-Lux. Ece
  4. samwells


    In a car park. M7, 35mm 'cron, HP5.
  5. gwpics


    It was in 1997 when my wife and I first visited New England. I wanted to attend the annual Star Island ‘escape’ of the New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists, and it was to celebrate our 28th wedding anniversary. Both of us had always wanted to visit the area for the fall colours, so we scraped the money together and did the trip. One of our days was spent travelling the road which was the old route of i95 before it became a multi-lane highway, to discover a little of rural America north of Boston. It turned out to be a fascinating drive with abandoned wood-built hotels, and large empty barns, both of which had died when the traffic deserted the road for the new superhighway. During our travels we came across a car lot selling rusty old heaps of autos which I did not understand why anybody would pay the price, but which I enjoyed enjoyed photographing. Today there is a programme here on cable TV in the UK called “American Pickers” and I understand the American restoration market more, and therefore the old-time autos sat by the roadside. As it was, I was just fascinated to see them and photograph some of them.I was new to Leica having bought my M3 double-stroke about 6 months earlier, and was using Kodak T400CN film so I could get it processed as I went to avoid x-ray problems at the airport. The lens was a beat-up 50mm Summicron f2 because it was what I could afford. I have just been going through the archives, and I particularly like this image. I may be wrong but I reckon the price would now be about 4 times what is shown here.If anybody knows the make and model of the auto, or the location of the car lot I would like to know.Hope you like the image!Gerry
  6. Low Rider parked in front of local hotel in Santa Fe NM SHOT with M8_35MM Sumicron f2 ...
  7. mugget

    Pit Stop

    Cropped wide aiming for a cinematic look. Pit Stop by mugget, on Flickr
  8. From the album: Richard's Favourite Ex-Q's

    Found sitting on a fencepost whilst walking near Lane End.

    © Useink! Richard Blaiklock

  9. teb1013


    From the album: Teb1013

    © Thomas E. Brown LLC

  10. Natane

    I'm happy...

    My New photo blog : Patrick Sitbon • Photographe you can make a comment here or on my blog. Thank merci les amis!
  11. B&W picture - M8 - 35mm 1.4 Another pictures : Click --) Patrick Sitbon • Photographe (Désolé pour mon mauvais anglais.)
  12. This has become a tradition. MP, Lux 50 asph, Kodak Gold 100, Coolscan V ED (The film was a couple of months out of date, but no big deal I think.) Does any of the pictures has an artistic value? [ATTACH]133891[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]133892[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]133893[/ATTACH]
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