11 images in 50 min, Part 4.

Part 4 of my 11 images in 50 minutes series.

12:04 pm (Time = 16 min).

This one was tricky.

11 images in 50 min - 4

↑Leica Monochrom and Leica 90mm Summicron APO @ f/2.

5 thoughts on “11 images in 50 min, Part 4.

  1. andygemmell says:

    The range of tones here i really like Peter. Going from his jet black hair into the different tones of his coat/jacket was the first thing that struck me about this image.

    And yes…still in amazement at your focusing “on the run” particularly with this lens.

    btw I have just made a decision on which way to go (ME, M9,, M240, etc) and purchased the Monochrom!! Arrives in 2 weeks :-)

    Interestingly it had the same issue you had and is just being rectified with Leica now (it’s x demo, 260 actuations but had this issue). Fortunately for me being fixed before buying it.

    • Prosophos says:

      Congratulations Andrew!

      I’m so happy for you. I believe you’ll be very satisfied with this camera, and I wish you many years of enjoyment!

      —Peter.

      • mewanchuk says:

        Hey, great news, Andy!

        And nice pic Peter! I am curious why it was tricky…getting the right composition, or staying out of site?
        :)

        Greetings from snowy dEdmonton.

        M.

        • Prosophos says:

          Mark, why it was tricky:

          -shooting at (1) minimum distance (2) with a long lens (3) at f/2 (this is not cropped)
          -off-center composition (had to get focus while he was in the centre, then rotate myself and the camera while slightly leaning my body back to compensate for his forward movement).
          -subject veered away at the last moment
          -shoot without being noticed

          —Peter.

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