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On 3/3/2021 at 11:22 AM, andybarton said:

Morning on the Grand Canal

X1

2013

 

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I find this to be a lovely shot. Even in the dim light, the structure in the shadow is well detailed. There is a lot of light variance going on here and yet the X1 does a pretty bang up job capturing the wide resolution. The daintiness of the clouds is quite alluring and reminds one of a painter's brush stroke. The dim light capabilities are quite astounding from this little gem.

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ISO1600 using the DNG image. Only edit was to add a border. The sensor has a green cast after nearly a decade but I’ve learned to work with it.

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Could you explain more? Lightroom, Apple Photos and Nik Software all have camera profiles already. Also, the colours shift depending on the lighting conditions, and the ISO used (the effect gets stronger as the ISO increases. At 400 it is barely noticeable, but at 3200 it is quite strong).

 

Not that I am complaining. I can go in for a service if I want it fixed but I think it looks cool.

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Found this little vignette while I was walking around to the store today.

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Missy enjoying the afternoon sunshine and thinking "here's that guy with the camera again".

 

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Reflection of a neo Gothic building in  a glass facade.

 

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My old Leica X1

 

 

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Two nice photos taken during a walk with a friend. JPEG straight out from camera, little overexposed but I like the outcome. 

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On 6/15/2021 at 6:16 AM, Gnarleyeh said:

I find this to be a lovely shot. Even in the dim light, the structure in the shadow is well detailed. There is a lot of light variance going on here and yet the X1 does a pretty bang up job capturing the wide resolution. The daintiness of the clouds is quite alluring and reminds one of a painter's brush stroke. The dim light capabilities are quite astounding from this little gem.

Superb use of light!

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A few days ago I decided to use the X1 when we went for a short trip to the Lake.

 

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