The Chase, Part 4.

The Chase, Part 4

↑Leica Monochrom and Leica 90mm Summicron @ f/2.

11 thoughts on “The Chase, Part 4.

  1. Preeti says:

    Such steady and sharp image!

  2. Andrew says:

    Peter I have been watching this series and wondering! Wondering what it was that was intriguing me. Were they nice photos…absolutely. Were they focused with skill…of course. Were the tones nice from the M, or your natural eye for PP….100%.

    But then it occurred to me what really intrigued me about this series (the image of your beautiful golden retriever was the clincher) was “motion”. Catching people in flight is something I think a lot of people take for granted. We see sports images all the time.

    My “loonies” worth or my thoughts arrived at “motion.”

    All the other things I mentioned I’ve come to expect, but nice to see these with that perspective in mind…….

    BTW loved “1928”. I have a feeling that 28mm will start to yield some other “moments”.

    • Prosophos says:

      Thanks Andrew. The act of motion was certainly on my mind – and on display – when I was photographing. “The Chase” images 1 through 4 were all taken at the same time, so there is a uniformity of spirit, of lighting, and even of post-processing at “play”. Glad you enjoyed them.

  3. Jon Streeter says:

    But…but I have it on good authority — scads of on-line reviewers and expert’s — that the Leica is useless for action photography, that it forces one to slow down and shoot only the static contemplative shots. Could they possibly be wrong?
    This series glows with feeling.

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