Four more with the Leica T/18-56.

Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by dalethorn, Aug 13, 2014.

  1. dalethorn

    dalethorn SC All-Pro

    Sep 14, 2013
    Charleston SC
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    My AT&T Internet has been down for 4-1/2 days due to a fuse that blew outside in their control box. Apparently it takes 5 to 6 days for them to replace a fuse now, in part because they don't work on weekends, even in this large metropolitan area. I've been using my cellphone mostly for image processing, and it shows here. Still, if the overall look is good I'll keep it even when the detail is bad. The first two took place around sunset in a heavy gloomy overcast, the third was in the daytime but still had the strong overcast with some strange coloration that broke through the clouds at one point, and the fourth is a technical image. I've been doing tech images with a camera that has macro capability, but I decided to try the T/18-56 in spite of having to crop the image quite a bit. The little black box is only 3.4 by 2.5 inches, so at the minimum shooting distance it fills only a small part of the image frame.

    f6.4, 1/125 handheld, ISO 200.

    f5.6, 1/40 handheld, ISO 400.

    f11, 1/500 handheld, ISO 200.

    f3.5, 1/50 handheld, ISO 400.
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