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Mitch Alland
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Re: Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


In my post p720#2, I mentioned that I like to shoot the M9 at ISO 640 when it's overcast. Last week, shooting at night, I found that I really like the M9 color rendition at night and in mixed light. While the first shot is at ISO 800 and the chicken shot is at ISO 640. All of these could have been shot at ISO 640, or at least ISO 800. My tendency to go for ISO 1250 is simply because, for street photography, I tend to go for the smallest aperture(highest f-stop) possible in situations where it may be difficult to focus accurately, either because of general darkness or because the subject is in motion. My feeling is that many people will not like the second shot because of the "grain" and the fifth one (woman with o-o-f man's back in the foreground), but I rather like them both. My favorite ones right now are the first one, the chickens the beauty parlor and the fourth one. Here is a series on which I would welcome critique, including ideas for a better title and on which pictures should be cut from this series:

Bangkok Obvious [WIP]
Eggleston said that he was "at war with the obvious"...



Summilux-50 pre-ASPH | ISO 800 | f/2.0 | 1/60 sec

Bangkok




Summilux-50 pre-ASPH | ISO 1250 | f/5.6 | 1/60 sec

Bangkok




Summilux-50 pre-ASPH | ISO 1250 | f/2.8 | 1/125 sec

Bangkok




Summilux-50 pre-ASPH | ISO 640 | f/1.4 | 1/1500 sec

Bangkok




Summilux-50 pre-ASPH | ISO 1250 | f/2.8 | 1/500 sec

Bangkok




Summilux-50 pre-ASPH | ISO 1250 | f/4.8 | 1/125 sec

Bangkok




Summilux-50 pre-ASPH | ISO 1250 | f/4.0 | 1/125 sec

Bangkok




Summilux-50 pre-ASPH | ISO 1250 | f/3.4 | 1/125 sec

Bangkok




—Mitch/Bangkok
Bangkok Hysteria (download link for book project)



Jun 30, 2013 at 08:20 AM



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