M Monochrom in China
On the whole the set seems to heavily favor the mid tones. Reminds me of photography from the first half of the last century.
The tonal range is really exciting as is the amount of detail in the shadows. On the downside it seems we'll need relearn to expose properly.
I have cameras that fill the same niche as the m9, but none that match the monochrom.
Did you shoot raw. And if so, does Leica have their own propriety raw convertor.
Thanks in advance for you reply.
Excellent write-up Jono. Nice to see you again
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