Sunshadows.

Sunshadows

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6 thoughts on “Sunshadows.

  1. greg g49 says:

    Well now, did Mike Mulcahy spot something significant in the last comment stream? The camera in the last four or five posts is labeled M-Peter and that archive has exactly those images and no other. Leica have of course just introduced an M-P version of the type 240. Might that be P for Peter?

    This particular image seems to carry a bit greater color saturation than many, but it is a low warm sun shot, and my eye is clearly not capable of differentiating CCD from CMOS sensors. In that (and probably much more) I am a Philistine for sure, but I did think even the latest “Frames” post was a trifle warmer, which I, of course, put down to the stained glass filtering the light.

    Anyway, whatever the tool, the image is quite lovely.

  2. Jeff Heene says:

    I love this light! I also like the way that you have isolated your subject in the frame with the shadows.

    I agree with the previous commenter, perhaps there is something “different” about this post and the few previous ones. Maybe it is only after Greg g49 had pointed it out (I like to think I am able to observe the difference – but probably not).

    Someone much smarter than myself told me to “shoot it if the light is beautiful”. This certainly is an instance of that very recommendation.

    Thanks for sharing

    Jeff

  3. A.Hackauf says:

    When you use “Leica-M-Peter” i thought, hm looks a bit like CMOS..harder, cleaner…not that dreamy CCD… can it be you are playing again with the M 240 and try another pp?

  4. David says:

    a lovely photo of a lovely girl in lovely light with…hang on a minute…

    Let us know what you think of it this time around.

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