Paul20

Paul20

Lives in United Kingdom United Kingdom
Joined on Feb 1, 2009

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  • Replied in Rodrigue
    Sometimes, I love this forum. This is one of those times. P
  • Gianluca, That is a phenomenal photograph. I will consider it at length and write more when i am less tired and more articulate. But I am quite sure now that it is one of the most interesting ...
  • D, I agree this camera looks very interesting, mainly because of its lens. P
  • Replied in Thanks chaps
    Thanks for commenting people, especially Paul (PC) for the "tony ray jones" reference! I will return to the streets as soon as I have time to spare, sadly time is a jet plane these days ! Paul m -- ...
  • Kostas, "Technical perfection" (or getting things in focus), has never been much of a worry for Wendy Paton : http://www.wendypaton.com/gallery.html?gallery=VISAGES%20DE%20NUIT I really like her work.
  • There is no shutterlag on the m9. It's also smaller and lighter. The m10 does have a quieter shutter though. Paul -- http://www.flickr.com/photos/47134895@N05/
  • Good doctor, As a fan of the 28mm focal length. I am interested in this lens. 2no. questions : 1. What is it like at 1.4? 2. When/Why would one want to use it at 1.4?? Regards, Paul -- http://www.f ...
  • That's very good indeed. Very nicely exposed and and an intriguing expression. I think it would benefit from a slight crop to the right, I wouldn't worry about chopping the picture on the wall. Paul --
  • Great portrait choi, Paul -- http://www.flickr.com/photos/47134895@N05/
  • I would shoot at -1 stop and not worry about going down to 1/15th sec rangefinders can easily handle slow speeds Also 1000 ISO is ok with the m9 if you have some good pp software Paul -- http://www ...
  • Replied in Why gps?
    That I can understand its the general use of GPS I really don't get. Paul
  • Replied in Why gps?
    What was your job? Paul
  • Replied in Why gps?
    I'm sorry, I'm not being obtuse, I still don't see the point in knowing the exact location of the photograph, unless you are a photojournalist or work for google. Paul
  • 28mm cron and 50mm lux Hope you are all well. Regards, Paul
  • Godfrey, the first is perfectly exposed and nicely composed. paul
  • Replied in Why gps?
    Why do you want to gps your photos ? What's the point ? Paul -- http://www.flickr.com/photos/47134895@N05/
  • Replied in Thorsten
    Thorsten, I'm not sure that's quite right. Whilst the elmarit is indeed a top notch lens and does exhibit less distortion than the summicron (and it's smaller). It's also true to say its more ...
  • Great stuff Paul, the first and second are very funny. I think the last is a touch over processed. Too many pushed shadows perhaps? Regards, Paul 2
  • Excellent, these made me smile. Paul
  • D, Of the Leica, zeiss and cv m lenses I have used (mainly in the 24-50mm focal range and mainly around f2) the 28mm Cron is my favourite. I have owned 3. It's not a perfect lens indeed it had ...
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