In the first, the noise seems a little imposing, but I think the texture in the second is compelling - like a good watercolor.View attachment 24373
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The dawn patrol -- this is one of the times when the LX100 really shines for me.
Note: I was experimenting with shooting the sky at f/16 to see if that did anything beneficial. All it seemed to do was force the ISO higher and introduce more noise.
Those are very, very nice! You have a regular "backyard safari" going there . . . who says you have to spend thousands and go someplace exotic to get very nice photos?!?
Here are a series of links about setting up that LX100 that you might find more useful than the manual.
Setting Up the LX100 Part 1 Basic Decisions | Camera Ergonomics
Setting up the LX100 Part 2 Q Menu and Buttons | Camera Ergonomics
Setting Up the LX100 Part 3 Setup and Rec Menus | Camera Ergonomics
Setting Up the LX100 Part 4 Custom Menu | Camera Ergonomics
Well, because it's an Indian motorcycle, which was Harley before there was Harley or Davidson...
I keep being impressed by the images coming out of the LX100. There are a couple missing features that'll keep me from buying one, but I wish it had 'em because I think I'd be really happy with it otherwise... -Ray
What kind of Canon? DSLR?My wife and I were photographing in Northern Ohio and the battery died on her Canon camera, then she discovered that her backup battery was not charged. So I handed her my Leica D-Lux (LX100) and in the next few hours, she was saying over and over again "Wow, this is a *really* nice camera" etc. etc.