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  1. I've tested a few Leica's to their limits in bad weather, and the Leica M10 a little more. So far they have all survived. Here's a story on that and the necessity to face the rain and snow sometimes ... Enjoy! "Leica M10 in the rain"
  2. Hello Hello again everyone, so i need to figure out the best way to weather proof my Q, but i dont want to use some big bulky housing or some ridiculous cover. Do any of you fine people know any thing or have any info on the best ways to go about doing this? im heading out on some work trips and its going to be very DUSTY, humid and rainy in one of the locations, and while im not afraid to shoot in the rain and such, i just want to know if we have any options. (other than use a different camera) Thank you all in advance. ian
  3. In the Berkshires. Only 15cm of snow with temps around -4 C. M10 with 50mm Summilux-M. Thanks for shivering... , Jim
  4. M + 35/1,4 FLE. Tromsø, Norway. Lonely_walk by Alf Sollund, on Flickr
  5. This was in Le Tour today... M8; 50mm CV Nokton @ f5.6
  6. SummiluxM 75 @ f4 with MP 240
  7. But with winter coming up, it might be of interest to owners of newer Monochroms.. https://the.me/die-leica-in-der-hand-the-monochrom-goes-into-the-snow/
  8. A winter walk in the lost village - former military training area - now centre of a national park. From this perspective it looks not too bad, hidden by trees there is the old school building and the church from the original village, which was given up after WW2. (SL 2 & VE 24-90mm) Approaching the village from the other side you will find the last "buildings" constructed to practice house combat. SL2 & VE 90-280mm, focus stacked. ...in the village...VE 24-90mm In the area around the village you find left overs of older houses, also build only for "practicing"... Summicron 50SL
  9. Leica M8 with Voightlander75mm f1.8 Winter pond in Michigan.
  10. I was in Belgorod (Russia) some weeks ago for a photographic project. The winter atmosphere and the sovietic buildings were great. Leica Camera AG Leica M10-P Elmarit-M 1:2.8/28 ASPH. ƒ/5.6 28.0 mm 1/90 200
  11. They were also surprised by the unexpected snow today.
  12. Seljalandsfoss is one of the most famous and photographed waterfalls in Iceland, most known for being photographed from behind the water. Since I like to go to Iceland in winter, both for my Workshops and for my personal work, that is never possible: the access to the waterfall's back is closed due to the snow. This, however, opens up new creative possibilities to portray this amazing waterfall surrounded by icicles and looking like it's digging in the snow. Black & white, for me, was the obvious choice for this. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm and filters Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra. Thank you for viewing, best regards Vieri
  13. this is one of those pictures when a hazy sun showed up for an hour and then vanish to leave everything grey. I gave sky and land a different treatment of contrast in PSE to exploit what the sensor captured to its limits. I know it is a matter of taste but this image is just the impression I had when taking the picture. Have a look! Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 60 mm macro
  14. Whenever there is snow here one should look for a chance to take pictures because this sight never will stay for a long time. This was the only slight touch of pale sunshine during a couple of grey days. MKII + Elmarit R 60 mm macro
  15. In order to explore my new Telyt R-250 mounted on my Canon 5D MKII our local small zoo offers enough opportunities for this. Animals were not so disturbed because the sunday rush was not so extreme due to overcast sky and cold temperatures. aperture 5.6 speed 1/250, monopod
  16. Iduna

    wolf

    since there was not to much rush on a grey sunday morning and one of these fellows did enjoy his meal openly. All the wooden bridges over their territory were closed due to slippery planks and so they felt somewhat relaxed. There was a fence and this was almost being dissolved by the lens. Eventually patterns on the snow were slightly reduced by dodging. Bielefeld, Tierpark Olderdissen Shots all with Canon 5D MKII + Telyt R-250 on monopod.
  17. These are from the only stroll to the city of Bielefeld, my hometown,during snowfall. I picked up my stuff, the Canon 5DMKII with Elmarit 35 mm and all wrapped in plastic bag. [ATTACH]352252[/ATTACH] these are old trees on the road leading to the city on the line of the ancient defense wall of the middle ages [ATTACH]352253[/ATTACH] one of the two old churches, this is dedicated to St. Mary. Here I would like to know how to avoid the shadows from people passing by. The shutter was open for a few secs but I am afraid to short for the ghost. I could have stopped down even further. [ATTACH]352254[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]352255[/ATTACH] this is a park belonging to the Art Museum adjacent to the old city center. Have a look and enjoy even if it is not an expected winter adventure.
  18. After last night's fresh fall of the white stuff... M9, Elmarit-M 28mm ASPH, SEfexPro2.
  19. these are the first winter days in this region and searching for a scenery of light snow and mist I kept roaming for a while and further up the hills a quiet deserted scenery was unfolding. Light was already fading a bit and a light drizzling started. Canon 5D MKII and my favourite R-Elmarit 60mm lens was mounted. Exposure with my favourite aperture 5.6 for these low light cases and 1/15 sec ISO 200 + polarizer.
  20. Again we have snowfall and there seems to be no end to it. I am waiting for the first signs of spring but this has to wait then. This is in our immediate neighbourhood and easily one can spend a few hours there with such a scenery. I thought about this as B&W series but decided to leave it in this monochrome colorversion. All with Canon 5D MKII wrapped in a plastic foil, Elmarit R 90 mm, polarizer. Unfortunately the crispness has suffered from scaling down to forum size. But have a look and share walk with snowfall.
  21. these were all from our garden. I was looking for sign of spring. We are all being kept waiting. Canon 5D MKII and Elmarit R 60 mm macro
  22. My first photo with my first Leica! Approaching the Geyser basin in Yellowstone on the Snow Road and the the cold temperature generates clouds of billowing steam against the sun. The lone tree on the plane of the old volcano basin provides context amongst the field of crisp cold snow.

    © Peter Hudson

  23. From the album: Paris

    Someone enjoying the snow in Jardin du Luxembourg. 2013. M9-P, 35mm Summicron.

    © Keith Lloyd Davenport

  24. I've updated my article on "Snowzilla" on how the Leica's are handling wet and snow, as well as a section about editing grey tones. Enjoy! Thorsten Overgaard: "Photographing Snow"
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