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  • #13529

    Possible graffiti in downtown – not yet determined.
    Leica Q, f5.6, 1/100 handheld, ISO 200.

    Historic buildings, with ongoing restoration.
    Leica Q, f5.6, 1/800 handheld, ISO 200.
    Historic District

  • #13530

    This image required significant perspective correction, and then cropping, so may look a bit ragged. Shot as JPEG only.


  • #13532

    This is JPEG only, shot through a plate-glass window, with some unavoidable reflections even though the lens barrel was squarely in contact with the window glass. So, a little cloning to remove the reflections….

    Leica Q, f5.6, 1/2 second handheld-braced, ISO 200.

  • #13533

    This is a place I visit on the Charleston County shoreline. The pond usually has a resident alligator, courtesy of Bulls Island nearby. There’s a light fog in the background.

    Leica Q, f5.6, 1/1000 handheld, ISO 200.
    Pond, Wetland

  • #13541

    Another Harbor image, different light, perspective, JPEG only process.

    Leica Q, f5.6, 1/400 handheld, ISO 200.
    Charleston Harbor

  • #13542

    I like the pond with the invisible alligator! He would have a duck dinner, I guess…
    In the shot just above, is that an aircraft carrier moored up there close to shore? I’m surprised the water is deep enough!

    • #13543

      The USS Yorktown is anchored there, with more WW2 ships and a submarine behind it. They’re great for a tour.

      The alligator in the pond loves pets, all sizes included, so a tough German Shepherd or Pitbull is just another lunch.

      • This reply was modified 8 years, 5 months ago by  dalethorn.

  • #13573

    Here’s a type of image that I rarely post, since the quality isn’t the best. But I took it on the street at night through a plate glass window, and in spite of using ISO 200, there’s more noise than I expected, due to the lack of good lighting. I thought it had a kind of “Home Sweet Home” look, and that made it a keeper.

    Leica Q, f5.6, 1/4 sec. braced against window, ISO 200.
    Home Sweet Home

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