It’s the M-Peter.
Ah! it´s the M-P(eter) 🙂 …….I think so Peter ..would you lift this secret!
Beautifully composed shots, I would have ever so slightly reduced red/orange on the colour shot although I am viewing on a IPad Air 2 of which I am not sure is accurate. anyway wonderful shots.
Pi, you are correct. The red-orange glow is part of Leica’s patented Tomato Face™ technology.
The lens which works the best on this camera is the 50 APO ( I am wondering if it’s what your looking for )
Lovely shots, both of them! I love the somewhat delicate colour and light of the first one, but didn’t really love the tonality of the second.
As for the second, I know you like your B&W with a little more contrast:
Please, sir, can I have some more? What I consider adequate contrast in b&w, you would likely consider scandalous. 😛
Both lovely Peter, as always!
What is a Leica M-Peter? I cannot seem to find it in Leica’s current product line 😀
🙂 It’s in “the pipeline”.
I’m sure this is good news for all of us. Can’t wait for it to reach the shelves…
I’d put my money on a CCD sensor as well 🙂
Careful, Peter. Don’t let the M, for all it’s low light potential, undermine your ccd credability. I’m sadly afraid that steve — i never met a lens or camera i didn’t like — huff is right: leica can’t, for commercial reasons, go back to ccd. I will lovingly hold onto and shoot my two m9-p’s til they have to pry them from my dead mitts! For all the beauty of the kodak-designed sensor output though, i must agree with previous remarks that you have processed beautiful skin tones on your son’s face in spite of their having come from an M.
The photos are both gently and well made. This post was also a reminder of how much I loved your No. 1 Fan photo from back in the day as well. Your crayons….well sharpened or rounded with peeled back paper…are put to beautiful use.
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