Spain....

Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Christilou, Jan 22, 2018.

  1. Christilou

    Christilou Leica Place Veteran

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    A few with the M240 ZM50 1.5 Sonnar. I usually take the Sonnar over the Summilux when I go away as it's lighter.

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  2. Burkey

    Burkey Leica Place Regular Subscribing Member

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    Christilou - very nice images!
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  3. carlb

    carlb Leica Place Top Veteran Subscribing Member

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    Love Spain. Great images!

    Had a chance to visit my son there over Christmas a few years ago. Madrid and Seville, took the X-E1 Fuji with their 27mm pancake. Had a blast!

    The bullet trains are something else to shoot photos from. No real time to think about your shot: grab it or it's gone.
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  4. Christilou

    Christilou Leica Place Veteran

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    Yes, been to both these places. We got the Ave from Madrid back to Malaga and passed some terrifying heights!
     
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  5. luo yi

    luo yi Leica Place Regular

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    Nice photos. And, I like the photo of horses most for its color rendering and the background. The subject color is vivid and thick, isolated successfully from the blurred background. However, background is blurred not so much so that the figures and the surroundings are still recognizable. The whole atmosphere is comfortable. Nice looking indeed.
     
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  6. Christilou

    Christilou Leica Place Veteran

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    Yes, this is a lesson I have had to learn. Using too shallow a depth of field can take away any sense of place if one is not careful.. fortunately Spain is generally very bright at all times ;)