nodrog

nodrog

Joined on Nov 24, 2004

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  • I'm using the 35 Summicron v4, which is nice and light, but still lust after a 35 Summilux. I doubt whether it'll make much difference in the real world though. Am keen to try some of the older ...
  • Created photo thread M10 Monochromes
    I like the way this camera handles black and white :-)
  • Nice colours, Ronwib. Did you add the vignetting in post? Peter
  • I agree the colours from the M10 are both rich and realistic. That's not to say that I won't manipulate them if I feel it will help the image. The first of these photos was processed in Analog EFX ...
  • Thanks to all for your comments, and, to RonWib, please do upload some of your M10 photos. I did see a few Leicas while I was there, but I felt there were more SL's than M's around necks. Peter
  • Created discussion thread A few from Venice (M10)
    I was in Venice last week. Not sure I did justice to the city's stunning beauty, but I certainly fell in love with the place anyway.
  • The design of the Barbican complex, in the heart of the city of London, is ideal for black and white photography, due to its (mostly) sombre, concrete colour scheme and bold shapes. I particularly ...
  • Created discussion thread M10 takes Brutalist monochromes
    Took a walk around the Barbican complex here in London a day or so ago. Loved both the architecture and the M10, after I'd picked up a spare battery from Red Dot Cameras. One of the things I'm ...
  • Stunning image. I have no idea what seems to have got some people riled in this thread, and no intention of reading every message to find out. Just post more from this set. Thanks Peter
  • Created discussion thread New camera = new motivation?
    Really enjoying converting my D810 files to monochrome. I find the dynamic range and depth just breathtaking. These are a couple of shots from a walkabout in town last weekend. I plan to take the ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Trees in winter sunlight
    Placed 29th in the challenge.
  • Lol It takes all sorts. Thanks guys Rgds Peter
  • Created discussion thread The book district, Tokyo
    Two photos from Kanda, Tokyo
  • Replied in Al
    Superbly seen! You have a great eye for colour. Thanks Peter
  • Fantastic. I love the 'Trumpassing' one. I haven't heard that expression before. So apt Peter
  • Replied in SL, ISO100
    Beautiful. I can't think of a better way to spend a Sunday evening.
  • I remember hearing that this was a problem, and was worried about it when I got the camera (thought I might have to use shims or something to correct the focus shift), but I've used my 35 and 50mm ...
  • Just to throw a spanner in the works for you, my favourite film 'Leica' was (still is) my Konica Hexar RF. A wonderful camera in every way: compact, excellent exposure system, auto film wind, LCD ...
  • Thanks Khun_K, Jhaber, too old for this, visionthinguk, Paul JN, Joe Pineapples II, RSColo, John Roy and Aquarius2014 for your thoughts, advice, and links. The best way seems to be get the ...
  • I walked from Nihombashi to Otemachi last Sunday with my M240. These three are some of the keepers. I love the monochrome quality I'm getting from this camera and Silver Efex Pro, but I'm seriously ...
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