The Conversation.

This is from Test Roll #1 (evaluating my M2-R and Voigtländer 40/1.4).

I thought I was shooting @ f/1.4, but realized too late I was @ f/2.8… hence the underexposure.

Still, I like the moment that was caught; in fact I like it more than anything else I’ve done lately.

—Peter.

Leica M2-R, Voigtländer 40mm Nokton f/1.4, Kodak Tri-X 400, and Plustek 8200i.

12 thoughts on “The Conversation.

  1. gmlane says:

    I like it also. It’s a very special moment and captured nicely by you. Enjoy your new camera.

    • LOL, not sure if you’re joking Raed, but I really believe that it does 🙂

      • Raed says:

        No not joking. Been following your ‘journey’ peripherally for what it’s worth and I’ve always thought your rangefinder work was more soulful and expressive (organic?) The Nikon Z work was sterile and cold even though technically superior. I’ve made the same observations with my work too. Now I just shoot with whatever makes me happy, life’s too short, man!

  2. gmlane says:

    Brilliant. YES! It does have soul. That’s what draws you to it.

  3. ABEL says:

    Même si techniquemet ce n’est pas parfait, c’est vivant. “Peter le retour”. Félicitations. Certe le rangefinder (Argentique ou Numérique) apporte cela. Expérience personnelle. Merci pour le partage.

  4. mewanchuk says:

    It is, of course, 👌🏻.

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