On a cold, cold February afternoon.
She’s growing up fast. To see how she looked only six weeks ago, please click here.
(please click on the image to view)
↑Leica M9 and Leica 50mm Summilux ASPH @ f/1.4.
Beautiful work this 50 lux draws! And I can remember when our springer was that young too. But I don’t remember him being that calm though ; )
Thanks Duane! They’re certainly not calm for long at this stage…
I’ve recently added the A12 M mount to my GXR kit and found an almost mint version of the Leitz Summicron-C 1:2/40 and I now know there truly is a difference in how images can be made. Your different Lux lenses prove this in the images I’ve seen you make and am really enjoying the experience too.
Duane, if I had to choose APS-C sensor mirrorless for my M mount lenses, the Ricoh GXR kit would get the nod — without a doubt.
Thanks for the kind words by the way.
Nice shot…I love the light here.
Thanks Trevor! It’s the light that first catches my eye in any scene…
Lovely! I agree, the light is great!
Thank you kindly Steve.
Photography is often described as painting with light and this shot once again demonstrates your mastery of the art, aided and abetted by a fine lens.
And what a photogenic dog but then most dogs are.
I couldn’t agree more about “painting with light” as it relates to good photography. And I’m very honoured that you believe I’ve accomplished it here. Thank you so much Calvin…
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