One Way

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It’s a simple interest but if you carefully look, there is a log of symmetry.  Often times this symmetry isn’t noticed until after the image was taken but in this instance I knew I had something immediately prior to composing the shot. ISO 1600 1/90 sec f.95 50mm (Leica M Monochrom, Leica 50mm noctilux, LR4)

The Hot Dog Man

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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 […]

Sitting at the bar

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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)

Family Friendly?

Posted on 3 CommentsPosted in B & W, City, Leica 50mm noctilux, Leica M9, Mirrorless, Rangefinder, Street Photography, Travel, Urban Street

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 […]

The Right Angle

Posted on 3 CommentsPosted in B & W, City, Leica 50mm noctilux, Leica M9, Mirrorless, Rangefinder, Street Photography, Urban Street

I enjoy capturing others taking pictures. Here’s a group getting their picture taken. I like the young lady trying to get the right angle and the guy nearest me telling everyone to hold up. ISO 250 1/90’s f.95 50mm noctilux (Leica M9, Leica 50mm noctilux, Aperture, Silver Efex Pro 2)