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19 Jan 2014

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I’ve been in possession of the Leica M9 for just over a week now, and I’ll post some thoughts about analog vs. digital in the coming week.  But for now, I’m just still learning the basics of shooting in digital.  With more difficulty, I’m coming to terms with being ok with doing some futzing around in Lightroom in order to get some of the digital-ness out of the images.  But I’m coming around, slowly but surely, to a place of fewer qualms.  (Basically: film-like presets are your friend!  Embrace them!)

Here is some of what I’ve shot this week.  Oh, and lest you get the wrong impression: I love this camera.

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. 19 Jan 2014 6:29 pm

    I’m a big fan of VSCO. Lovely shots and editing.

  2. 19 Jan 2014 6:49 pm

    Looking at your images always reminds me that I should shoot with film more often.

  3. 19 Jan 2014 7:32 pm

    Film-like presets ARE your best friend if you have this camera. I use Alien Skin Exposure but I also use some others. Since repurchasing this sensor in the M-E version I have rethought all of this. I think of the sensor as film and as the RAW image it produces purely as a starting point. There is no way anyone should expect straight from the camera results that really work. it’s rare and you can always do better in post. Always. And you can be as film like as you could possibly want. Maybe better than any other digital camera. Fantastic. And your beautiful pictures prove that. Enjoy and keep up the fantastic work.

    db

  4. 20 Jan 2014 4:53 am

    Wauw your pictures are awesome. Especially the one at the trainstation. I love your compositions too. And the lighting is beautiful. Is that because you used a Leica?

  5. 20 Jan 2014 9:15 pm

    Nice shots really nice feel and mood

  6. 25 Jan 2014 2:49 pm

    It’s always nice to see M9 in action

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