Phillip Thi commented on the post, Free Webinar Aug 19: Choosing and Using Old Leicas with William Fagan 1 day, 8 hours ago
I have many years using, collecting and rebuilding screw mount cameras, and I use a M240 M-P, but it has never given me the satisfaction or joy of my film cameras.
Even though I use and enjoy both an M10 and a M-D (the original minus buttons and rear screen), I also enjoy shooting with film, maybe more so than digital. I have several vintage Leica cameras; IIIf, IIIg, first […]
I’m looking forward to this as I have several older Leicas including a IIIB, an M2 and a Leicaflex SL. Though most of what I do now is via M10-P and Q2, I do get the bug to shoot film. Right now I’m on a pro […]
Hi Crispin, thank you! I too try and keep it at 1/250th on the streets and expose for highlights as there’s so much latitude in the shadows. I usually have my exposure compensation at -0.7. Sometimes -2!
I’m hav […]
Haha thanks Bruce, I’ll take good care of it for you. How are you finding the IIIf? I’ve been tempted to get one in the past but never pulled the trigger.
I’m currently looking at some m39 50mm lenses to use o […]
I hope that you enjoy every moment with your M10M. I’m also luck enough to own one. After some experimentation I have settled on a 50 mm Summilux with an Heliopan Yellow filter, I try to keep my shutter speed at […]
Join us on Sept 2nd for a free webinar:
Portrait Lighting Simplified with Brad Husick
Wednesday Sept 2nd, 1:30 Central Time (US & Canada)/ 8:30 PM Central European ST
This webinar introduces the […]
Robert Gromen commented on the post, Free Webinar Aug 5th: Understanding Color Management with Brad Husick 1 week, 2 days ago
Me too. We need more of these. Thanks
Brian Ampolsk commented on the post, Free Webinar Aug 5th: Understanding Color Management with Brad Husick 1 week, 2 days ago
Looking forward to it
The recording of the webinar has just been posted to the website. You can find it on the slider or under “LHSA Website Community” – Webinar Recordings.
As are we, Michael. We’re hopeful that by next spring we will be able to meet for our Spring Shoot.
With best wishes – Richard Rejino