The Hot Dog Man
Recently, I’ve been excited to post pics taken with my Leica M 240. I still have my Leica M Monochrom and love how it renders black and white pictures. We were in New Orleans and one evening a friend and I took a walk down Bourbon street. I was amazed how crazy it was even on a Tuesday night. It’s definitely, a great town to take pictures.
ISO 1600 1/60 sec f.95 50mm (Leica M Monochrom, Leica 50mm Noctilux, LR4)
Sitting at the bar
If you haven’t noticed, I’ve been taking a lot of pics with my Leica M Monochrom. I’m sure I will eventually pick-up one of my other cameras but right now the Monochrom is glued to my hand.
ISO 8000 1/45’s f1.4 35mm (Leica M Monochrom, Leica 35mm summilux, Silver Efex Pro 2, Apple Aperture)
We were walking through the crowd at the Taste of Madison and out of the corner of my eye I caught these two enjoying time together. I’m not sure what was stranger, seeing these two showing affection for one another at a family friendly event or that they were lying next to a porta-potty?
ISO 200 1/360’s f.95 50mm noctilux (Leica M9, Leica 50mm noctilux, Silver Efex Pro 2, Aperture 3.3)
The Right Angle
Re-post December 2011
The one thing I really enjoy about my Leica M9 is the ability to shoot without a flash in low light. This is only possible because I can shoot at very low apertures (i.e. f/1.4 or f/2.0). The only down side with the Leica M9 is its poor high ISO if shooting in color.
This picture of my nephew was taken only with light from a few lanterns and street lights.
Re-post from November 2011
I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and black Friday. We decided to do our shopping online. No crowds, no stress, same prices.
As I was walking around the Lincoln Memorial with a friend I was trying to find someone interesting to take a picture of. Eventually, I found this couple enjoying a cup of coffee while resting on the steps of the memorial. They seemed unaware of everything around them besides each other.