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.
That’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.