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By FauxtogBad weather I like. Well, for photography that is... It can make an otherwise dull place that little bit more interesting. My home town is decidedly dull. Even duller on a rainy day. But I managed to get three shots that was worthwhile. This one of them, hope you like it! (M9 with an old 35mm Summicron)
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By roshuuI have a question - is there any way to jpg files from Leica M8 (v 2.024) reminded jpg Leica M9? Will exposure to -2/3, color: medium (example?)?
Please help. I love the colors jpg with the M9. What can I set in my M8? Has anyone tried, maybe some settings will resemble the saturation of the M9?
I am a new user of Leica X.
I would like to know anyone here tried out the different menu settings for Film Mode, Sharpness, Saturation and Contrast. I have applied "standard" all the time. Wonder what would be a good combination.
Also, do these settings affect the DNG file?
I plan to take a few shots on PanF+ tomorrow.
I want to get a somewhat higher contrast and not as much shadow detail (black background for portraits). As a developer I only have Rodinal available. Grain is no issue. Does anyone have recommendations for the developement? E.I. doesn't have to be 50.
Thanks in advance!
By Guest roeyInspired by Sean's reviews I have bought one of the lower contrast CV lenses for my M8 to use in high contrast situations (e.g. sunny days). I like the results and I am wondering whether there are any filters available that achieve the same thing for my higher contrast lenses? A quick look at the B+W website didn't turn anything useful up. Does anybody here know of a solution?