Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Duane Pandorf, Oct 28, 2013.
"Eastatoe Falls" - Leica M-E, Leica 24mm Elmar-M
There is something neat about waterfalls, large, small and in between.
Indeed a lovely photo Duane! How do you like the 24 Elmar-M?
I rented the lens for a few days to use as for a series of waterfalls I shot. I did not use an external viewfinder. The waterfall images I captured required trial and error to get the framing correct as I was shooting very low to the ground. It was impossible to look through the view finder. I was also wearing knee high muck boots to keep dry.
Knowing I was going to do some of this kind of photography with my M-E, I found a used RRS M9 kit a couple weeks ago. I also purchased a RRS L plate for my Manfrotto tripod.
I will post a different waterfall shot in another thread for another idea of what this lens can do.
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