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Light was spectacular this morning for my new M-10R and 21 mm. Tweaked this only slightly as there was very little to do to what came out of camera. Polarisor used at the time of course. I think this might be even better than my trustee Fuji XT2 could have managed.

It was taken at Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire. Whilst I do shoot the known tourist spots I strive for pictures like this where nobody would guess where it is.

Very happy again after yesterday’s thread on here unnerved me and I watched Theoria Apophasis slagging Leica’s on YouTube! We should all be lugging Fuji GFR’s around, don’t you know.

Best, David

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Gave the M18 SEM a try (using VF 020 to frame things, rangefinder to focus).  My initial ideas was to mimic the 24x66 frame of an XPan by cropping the frame to 2000x5500 pixels, but there is too much interesting stuff above and below that strip.

V1001410 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr Edited by scott kirkpatrick
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In lockdown again:

V1001466 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr  M10-R M24/2.8 asph

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A few shot with my M10R and APO Summicron 50mm lens. Processed in Capture One Pro 21.

Regards,
Bud James

Please check out my fine art and travel photography at www.budjames.photography or on Instagram at www.instagram.com/budjamesphoto

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An old man walks his bike along the groin near Bathers Beach in Fremantle, Western Australia. Taken with the Tri-Elmar 16-18-21 @ 16mm. the lens flare on the brim of his hat really helps to sell the heat of the day.

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