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  1. As a photographer, wedding life is many things. Shots of a different type are in abundance. Leica M10+Summilux 35mm, Houston, Texas
  2. Hello everybody great to be here. I have been shooting Leicas all my life... great to find this Leica forum. I shoot mostly with my M6s and digital too. I do mostly editorial/travel/FineArt work. My first book Cuba A Personal Journey: 1986-2016 of my 25+ years of documenting the island was published end of 2016 all shot in black & white film and mostly with Leicas. Here you all can read more about it. http://www.bjp-online.com/2016/10/a-moment-in-time-an-exploration-of-cuba-through-the-years/ https://www.lensculture.com/articles/manuello-paganelli-cuba-a-personal-journey Manuello Paganelli Los Angeles California
  3. Hi all - Here's my review of the 7artisans 35mm F2 - give it a read and let me know what you think - thanks https://neue.pink/7artisans35mmF2review Best, Mike Højgaard, Copenhagen
  4. IN BUILT LIGHT METER HELP! Hey Guys, I am totally new to the forum and digital Leica's. So hello everyone :-) I am a professional photographer from Australia, I have shot a number of cameras over my career much like most of you all, here is a sample list so you can get some context of my experience with different systems and therefore my experience with different in built light meters. Nikon FM's Contax G2 Contax T2 Leica M's (film) Mamiya RZ's / RB's Hasselblad 500's Pentax 67's Linhof Technika's Over the last 5 years I have been shooting digitally with: Phase one Fuji X I have recently purchased an M10 with a couple of lenses (35mm and 50mm) for my personal / documentary work to replace the Fuji's. Amazing decision and I'm absolutely stoked to be shooting with this glorious machine. OK so here is my experience, the in built light meter is totally all over the place! I have never ever had an issue with an in built light meter quite as much as this M10. It appears to grossly underexposed all its readings, freaks out with contrasty exteriors (remember I am in Australia the light is intense no sunny 16 here). Has anyone else had this issue? Does it just take some getting used to again? Have I been too exposed to digital Fuji automated trickery too long? Settings so you know where I am at: Center-Weighted exposure metering mode. I am aware of taking a reading from my hand and slecting a point in a scene to meter from half press and then recompose. This all works. I am talking about center frame standard metering of a scene any kind of contrast or ANY bright light in a scene freaks it out. Example image of my wife and my kitchen. This is what it determined correct, the lights from the cook top 100% perfect the overall scene probably about half a stop to one full stop under in my opinion, this is what I would expect from SPOT METERING NOT Centre-Weighted. There are many other examples this is just a quick one. Please refrain from focusing specifically on this example image and tell me your personal experiences even if it is.... Shut up Luke it works well you're not doing it right Image metadata = ISO100, 1/25th second, F1.4
  5. Genews

    Piombino

    From the album: Along the coast of Tuscany

    © Yvain Genevay

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