Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by memphis, Sep 16, 2006.
like the last
Ive played at BB Kings!!!!
i like teh last too
The first could do with a bit of "play" in PS (levels only), then it would have a bit more "punch" (to play with the levels in Photoshop might well give it some deeper colours and contrasts).
The last is nice with the lit-up curvey line of the bridge ... now your next trip to the camera shot will definitely make you buy yourself a tripod, won't it? For this could have been perfect without the wee but noticeable bit of camera shake.
was on a moving boat -- I tend not to use my tripod or monopod when using my leica -- can get excellent handheld results up to 1/2 second
Oh yes, with a Leica you sure can... and on a moving boat you, of course, cannot. Now I am no longer surprised! Cool thing, you use a Leica. I should use mine* ever so much more often!!!
(*My dad's, but I may have it for the time being).
I find myself using the leica more than all my high falutin nikon gear -- have a summarit lens (50mm f1.4) -- great for a lot of night shots... One night on Beale Street, a woman asked me what magazine I worked for cause she saw the leica around my neck --- thousands of touristas with cameras and mine stood out --- she probably thought i was doing magazine work as there were very few non digital cameras- -- I've gotten comfortable with using a rangefinder / fast lens / fast film / no flash combination --- i can get away with slower film because of the hand held tolerences of a lighter rangefinder --- I believe the bridge shot was fuji consumer grade 100 --- My monopod and tripod usually slow me down a bit in that they are cumbersome
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