Showcase Panasonic Leica 15mm f/1.7 DG Summilux

Karl_Jr

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Lovely shadows Karl Jr, welcome.
Thanks,

I was planning to develop this image with a strong contrast in B&W in the post. When i opened it, i really liked the cracks on the wall and went with a little less contrast to bring them out more.

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Karl_Jr

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I find it very hard to shoot with this focal length. Thats why i am trying hard to get used to it Had to do some light perspective correction on snapseed

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Still waiting for a clear night sky for the Milky Way. This was facing East to South East where the Milky way was scheduled to rise at about 1AM. The crescent moon was about to set, and the clouds rolled in. It was another cloudy day all week, all month all year. Anyway, another opportunity to test the 15mm f/1.7.
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I can't check now ,later I will attach the picture directly.
Sorry for difficul to share.
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EM-1 PL15 f/1.7

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A test panorama of my untidy garden, with the P Leica 15mm 1.7, the dandelions are back! Just trying out the method of doing a Panorama in Lightroom, cracking little lens.
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PS, forgot to say three horizontal frame stitch.
 
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Now that's a lathe!
It reminds me of the spinning factory I worked at : 4-metre diameter dishes, spinning with massive blowtorches and rollers on'em. (Before photography was even invented, that's my excuse)
 

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EM-1 PL 15mm. F/1.7 This morning.
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I like the shot but , in my opinion , the bycicle had to be included in the frame.

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Thank you for your feedback. I was standing on a traffic island in a busy street, so it was not possible to move a lot. But I agree that it would look better with the full bicycle in the frame.
 

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Thank you for your feedback. I was standing on a traffic island in a busy street, so it was not possible to move a lot. But I agree that it would look better with the full bicycle in the frame.
Thank you for your feedback. I was standing on a traffic island in a busy street, so it was not possible to move a lot. But I agree that it would look better with the full bicycle in the frame.
...in this case for you was impossible and unsafe!
 
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