ISO 160 1/180 sec f1.4 35mm (Leica M9-P, Leica 35mm summilux FLE, Lr4, Aperture 3)
Recently, we celebrated my nephew’s 4th birthday. As you can see from the pictures, he was just a little excited.
ISO 160 1/60’s f1.4 35mm (Leica M9, Leica 35mm summilux, Aperture 3.3)
Often times I process an image and then decide later that it was not up to par or wasn’t what I really hoped it to be. This image is a perfect example. My prior post, when you look into “the bean” the sky is blown out. I don’t know why I didn’t pay attention to this before but like anything else, I learned from my mistake.
P.S. I plan on having my “what’s in my bag” video up in the next few days.
ISO 1/125s f3.4 21mm super elmar (7 exposure HDR, edited with Photomatix, PS6, & Aperture)
Purchase picture here.
This past weekend we went back home for a birthday party. One evening, I was out searching for photo opportunities and as we were heading back home we came across a cemetery. It was almost “pitch black” by then and thought I would try to catch a few hand-held shots with my Leica M9 and 50mm noctilux. Even though this picture is dark, I really like the silhouette and the mood that it sets.
ISO 800 1/8’s f.95 50mm (Leica M9, Leica 50mm noctilux, Aperture)
We were walking down Michigan Avenue and I decided to walk behind to catch a few candid pics of my baby girl. I think she was a little sleep deprived and was acting a little crazy. She kept waiving at me but everyone around me didn’t realize I was her father, thus they thought she was waiving at them.
ISO 160 1/90’s f1.4 35mm summilux (Leica M9, leica 35mm summilux, Apple Aperture, Photoshop CS6, Nik Software Color Efex Pro 4)