- October 24, 2014 at 11:11 am #10169dalethornEstablished MemberSouth CarolinaJoin Date: Oct 2012Posts: 316Currently using:
Four recent images I processed to illustrate how I use the Leica T/18-56 and what kind of results I get shooting JPEGs: The Halloween house was easy to shoot, but difficult to get the perspective right after the fact (using an old copy of Paint Shop Pro). The leaves-in-flowerpot is a favorite of mine for color and texture. The fish had to be thrown back as too small, oddly enough. The T/18-56 resolved the details well despite the shiny glare from the water on the fish scales.
The church wedding was a worst-case attempt – I like to practice on worst-case images to improve my restoration skills. Shooting handheld at 1/50 second through a heavily-tinted window at ground level, there were a lot of reflections on the window, particularly on the left side. Placing the lens against the glass, I shot several bursts with the camera at different angles slightly to the left of straight on/center, because that's where I could get the most interior detail with the least amount of reflections. This was the best of those, slightly cropped, although there's some leftover haze in the image.
Leica T/18-56, f11, 1/500, ISO 200.
Leica T/18-56, f5.6, 1/100, ISO 200.
Leica T/18-56, f6.2, 1/320, ISO 200.
Leica T/18-56, f3.5, 1/50, ISO 200.
Leica X2 Paul Smith edition, Leica X-E, Panasonic ZS-100.
- January 28, 2015 at 6:43 pm #11092dalethornEstablished MemberSouth CarolinaJoin Date: Oct 2012Posts: 316Currently using:
Duplicate – ignore.Leica X2 Paul Smith edition, Leica X-E, Panasonic ZS-100.
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