In depth, in colour

The LX3 is on its way out, so it’s time to clear the decks of photos I still want to share. The theme of this post and the next* is depth. It seems that I was looking for it without thinking – I was surprised at some many deep shots together.

Here is Northampton, captured using the very wide Leica lens on the LX3. Note the distortion on the sides of the photo – very charming, I think.

P1150571And this is Coventry.

P1150561Does that look a little Instagramed to you? Somehow I thought it benefited this photo, it made it look very 80s. And then there’s this one:

P1150560That’s what the camera metered, and what the unprocessed RAW file came out as. Why? Because I had the film mode on Dynamic B&W. No big deal: I played around with the white balance, easily made it normal… and then decided I actually liked the initial look. Go figure.


*The next post will be my last with photos taken with the Panasonic Lumix LX3. From then one, look out for shots taken with the Sony RX100.

This entry was posted by Carlos Ferreira.

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