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Four more with the Leica Q...

Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by dalethorn, Jun 17, 2015.

  1. dalethorn

    dalethorn Guest

    Four more with the Leica Q. The second image (the bridge) was shot with the in-camera 50 mm crop.

    Leica Q, f6.3, 1/1000 handheld, ISO 200.
    Charleston_Harbor16_s.

    Leica Q, f9.0, 1/800 handheld, ISO 200.
    Charleston_Bridge28_s.

    Leica Q, f1.7, 1/25 handheld, ISO 200.
    Sweetgrass_Baskets01_s.

    Leica Q, f7.1, 1/800 handheld, ISO 200.
    Mtpleasant_Park13_s.
     
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  2. dalethorn

    dalethorn Guest

    One of my favorite subjects, imaged by the Leica Q typ 116, using the in-camera 35 mm crop. Given the nighttime exposure, shooting JPEG only, and the 24 mp -> 15 mp crop, this seems like an excellent result.

    Leica 'Q', f4.0, 2.5 sec., ISO 200.
    Charleston_Bridge29_s.
     
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  3. KillRamsey

    KillRamsey SC Hall of Famer

    Jun 20, 2012
    Cambridge, MA
    Kyle
    I loved riding over that bridge. There's a very nice bike lane along the southern side.
     
  4. dalethorn

    dalethorn Guest

    It is a great hike - ascending on the Mt.Pleasant side for 3/4 mile, then it's downhill from there. I really do wish they would make the other side available on occasion for photographers, since the scenery is much better on that side (facing away from the ocean).
     
  5. KillRamsey

    KillRamsey SC Hall of Famer

    Jun 20, 2012
    Cambridge, MA
    Kyle
    You're lucky to have a pedestrian-friendly bridge down south. NYC has several, but they're pretty rare. It's a treat, even if only one-sided.
     
  6. dalethorn

    dalethorn Guest

    Requires passenger with arm out window, snapping away. (sigh)