Fadzly's blog on his photography

Operating a leica lens at its full capability

Untitled by elias.and.theresa.carlson
Shot by Elias and Theresa Carlson (graphic designers) in Seattle with their Leica III and Leitz Elmar 5cm 3.5 on Fuji Provia 100F transparency film

The outstanding optical performance of the lens is so apparent and it performs at its full capability when it gets coupled with a good photographer.

From my personal experience, a Leica lens, due to its superb light gathering power, can produce nice photographs even at difficult lighting conditions, twilight hours and dim light rooms. It provides full details for the shot and offers remarkable experience. It gives a clear view in the viewfinder and works impressively in every aspect. The critical lighting conditions like disturbing reflections, stray light and unwanted exposures are perfectly eliminated.


3 responses

  1. free7one

    That’s so beautiful, where is the location?

    November 23, 2011 at 6:26 pm

    • Dear “aspiring author, a college student, and a lover of nature” thanks for the kind comment and for your info it’s near Seattle and here’s Methow Valley Location & City Data

      November 24, 2011 at 6:47 am

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