Leica Showcase B&W images from the Leica CL w/ 18mm f2.8

rflove

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Jul 13, 2014
Disclaimer: I walk alone and choose solitary streets avoiding people and giving a wide berth to those I encounter. No need to endanger myself or others by not maintaining social distance..

I shot these with the Leica CL w/ the Elmarit TL 18mm 1:2.8 some were cropped and all developed in B&W using the Analog Efex Pro 2 from the NIK collection.


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QBI

Regular
Mar 5, 2015
Good Morning Manuel,
That's a really nice set. I hope you enjoyed your solitary walk!
I love that 18mm f/2.8 - mine lives on my TL2.

With respect, have a look at your clouds. On my screen it looks like there's only 3 or 4 grey tones and so they look 'blocky'.
Stay Safe.
 

rflove

Veteran
Jul 13, 2014
Good Morning Manuel,
That's a really nice set. I hope you enjoyed your solitary walk!
I love that 18mm f/2.8 - mine lives on my TL2.

With respect, have a look at your clouds. On my screen it looks like there's only 3 or 4 grey tones and so they look 'blocky'.
Stay Safe.
Thanks for the kind words. The walk is always (well, almost always) enjoyable. At any rate, I must walk to keep my aging body from deteriorating, keeping entropy at bay so to speak :).

I totally get your comment on the look of the clouds. In my screen is not quite so noticeable, but you know, I'm not that skilled at manipulating discrete sections of images. I definitely took artistic license using the Analog Efex Pro 2 because I wanted the images to have more "punch" and I don't like to overuse the HDR type of effect...The trade off of the clouds vs the objects is the price.
 

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