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I'm still struggling with the processing of Q files, i.e. trying to obtain consistency with my M9 and MM photos.

 

With this one, I flattened the file in LR, and then pushed in Silver Efex. Still much work to be done !

 

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ISO 800

 

I'm still struggling with the processing of Q files, i.e. trying to obtain consistency with my M9 and MM photos.

 

With this one, I flattened the file in LR, and then pushed in Silver Efex. Still much work to be done !

 

I'm in a similar boat - M9 & M, but contemplating the Q.  How is the Q integrating into your workflow? Better than a 28summicron?

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Beautiful!  I'm impressed at how well the Q seems to handle high dynamic range scenes.  Did you have to do a lot of post processing to get that image to work?  How did you meter it?  Or is it just that there was enough light reflected of the ground to illuminate her?

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Some from last week's trip to Burgundy. 

 

 

 

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This cameras capabilities are impressing me more and more

 

 

EffraFC meet by Viramati, on Flickr

 

 

EffraFC meet by Viramati, on Flickr

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A few more images taken with the Leica Q over the last couple of days
 
 

Red Bike by Nicholas T, on Flickr

 

hall by Nicholas T, on Flickr

 

Turquoise by Nicholas T, on Flickr

 

Cinemas by Nicholas T, on Flickr

 

Yellow Cone by Nicholas T, on Flickr

 

Yellow Cone by Nicholas T, on Flickr

 

 

Barbican Art Gallery by Nicholas T, on Flickr

 

 

Three by Nicholas T, on Flickr

 

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