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    LX3 images.

    Hello All,
    I recently bought an LX3, mainly because I was interested in shooting at higher ISO ratings. I have been using a GX100 for a year, which was a great camera but which wouldn't give a decent image at over 200ASA.
    These b/w pics were all shot as Jpegs at 1600 ASA in dynamic b/w mode and tweaked a little bit in iPhoto and P/S Elements6.
    The colour shot is 3200ASA.
    I am pleased with the results.
    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Hello All,
    ....LX3 also works well at 400 ASA.
    Jpegs in Dynamic b/w mode modestly modified in iPhoto.
    It is a nice crisp lens on this camera, and the files do not usually require a lot of modification.
    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    gandolfi, congrats on getting an lx3. It is indeed a very usable pocketcam. I find the higher ISO capability of this cam extremely good for a point and shooter, coupled with the versatile Leica vario Summicron combined with wide 24mm focal length at the widest setting makes this really usable in the field.

    Portrait taken at ISO400 in the evening with grey clouds LX3



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    Hello All,
    Thanks, Mazor. Nice quality to your evening portrait @ ISO400.
    Here are a couple more recent images with LX3.
    1st is fully auto colour into the sun with an old Cokin 'diffractor universe' filter.
    2nd is 'day for night' dynamic b/w @ 80ASA blued up in P/S Elements6.
    Cheers,
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    wow gandolfi, love the blue effect on that shot. Also the Diffraction universe filter, was that a 46mm filter?

    MAzor

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    Hello All,
    Mazor, the filter was 70mm! and is a leftover from a previous life when I was a large format photographer! and I just held it in front of the lens. And I realise the blue tint was not done in P/S but iPhoto and I slid the colour temp and tint sliders over to the left!
    Today I was out in shoot from the hip mode and here are a couple of pics straight out of the camera, shot 400 ASA in dynamic b/w- auto exposure auto focus (next time will pre set focus to 2 or 3 metres). 1/400 and 1/160 sec @ f4.5.
    Pretty funky eh, for un-manipulated files!
    Cheers,
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    Re: LX3 images.

    Hello All,
    A couple more shots from yesterday, both @ 400ASA and coloured in iPhoto.
    A tree and some bubbling water at the base of a small waterfall.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Re: LX3 images.

    Hello All,

    3 pics. All Jpegs.

    B/w close up shot of leaves on the road to Bokehland, greened in iPhoto. 400 ASA- 1/100 @ f2.

    B/w waitress service (poached eggs with smoked salmon, with a side plate of blown highlights). Tweaked in iPhoto. 400 ASA- 1/[email protected]

    Partly desaturated colour shot of the Velo lounge, Bath. iPhoto'd. 80 ASA- 4/10 @ f2.

    All hand held.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Re: LX3 images.

    Hello All,

    2 more 'hipster' shots from today at Bath Bus Station.

    1st 100ASA-1/80 @ 3.2.
    2nd 100 ASA- 1/125 @ 3.2. both Jpegs.

    Looks like I was spotted in the 1st one.
    2nd is obviously a bus driver's joke.

    Cheers,
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    Hello All,

    Just playing with P/S Elements6. Selection tools and colouring etc.
    100 ASA b/w.

    Paxton & Whitfield cheese shop , Bath.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    a leftover from a previous life when I was a large format photographer!
    Well, I do hope you will resucitate as large format photographer -your work was/is outstanding...

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    Re: LX3 images.

    Hello All,

    Your very kind comments are much appreciated, Micek.
    Although I do sometimes miss those happy hours of contemplation underneath a dark cloth looking at a 10x8 ground glass screen, I find that I am now as enthused with the camera that I can put in my pocket.
    Practicalities now dictate that I probably will not use my old wooden camera again.

    Cheers,
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    Hello All,

    Cold, grey, biting East wind coming from Russia. My exotic locations have been a couple of railway stations. Swindon 30 miles E of Bath and Stroud 30 miles N. Still playing with my ASAs.

    !st looking for Infinity in the drink's chiller cabinet at Swindon station.
    3200 ASA- 1/80 @ f5.
    2nd shop at Swindon station.
    1600 ASA- 1/8 @ f8.
    3rd Swindon station.
    400 ASA- 1/200 @ f2.8.
    4th Stroud station.
    100 ASA- 1/160 @ f4.

    I like the controls/ease of use and LX3 seems also to be quite steady at slow shutter speeds.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Re: LX3 images.

    Took these tonight with the lx3, first in color, then dynamic black and white, JPGs straight out of camera, just resized them for uploading.







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    Hello All,
    Where are you Mazor. There appear to be flowers in bloom at the roadside. Dammit here in U.K. still chilly and snowy. Liked the shots of tramlines-are they still used?

    Here couple of pics.

    1st. is random hipster shot. I didn't notice until it was up on my screen the baby at the bottom right seemingly being used as a battering ram!
    100 ASA-1/500 @ 3.2.

    2nd. I was cleaning my electric hob unit yesterday and when I had reached the bottom right hand corner I stepped back and said "If that's not a mundane work of art, I'm not a GetDPI fan'
    Share my housework!
    200ASA-1/13 @ 2.2.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Re: LX3 images.

    Hello All,

    Went into town yesterday at 6 in the evening. It was almost dark but got some nice images, some under harsh lighting conditions. ( When I say nice images I mean they look nice on my iMac screen- what do they look like to you?).

    1st outdoor flower stall.
    1600 ASA-1/160 @ 2.0.

    2nd outddoor fruit store.
    1600 ASA-1/[email protected]

    3rd tourists shoot the family portrait in front of Bath Abbey.
    800 ASA-1/[email protected]

    4th detail of main front door of Abbey-carved wood.
    800 ASA-1/[email protected]

    5th No.13 bus.
    1600 ASA-1/[email protected]

    All hand held jpegs shot dynamic b/w mode.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Re: LX3 images.

    Hello All,

    Mazor, my brother tells me you may live in Melbourne. He has visited Oz and says that is an old Holden car and there are many trams there in Melbourne!!

    Here are 3 pics of River Avon in Bath.

    1st 2 are 100ASA and 3rd is 400ASA. All b/w J-pegs.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Mazor, gandolfi ,some nice work,cant agree with the hip shots though,have a question.Canyou tell from the histogram what the camera is doing to produce its "dynamic black and white"?................thanks,Neil

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    Hello All,

    Thanks, Neil. Don't know if this helps. I'm a 'primitive' in these matters- the word histogram has only been part of my lexicon for 12 months.

    Took a couple of pics. 1 in Standard b/w and 1 in Dynamic b/w.

    Downloaded them into iPhoto and obtained these histograms.

    Took a pic of the histograms from my iMac screen

    In each case the standard b/w is the 1st image.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Hello All,

    These 2 pics are 'worse' than hipster shots.
    I was on tiptoe at full stretch with camera pointing over the top of a 7 foot wall- so I had even less idea of my subject matter than usual. Both 200ASA.

    Chacun a son viewpoint.

    Cheers,
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    Re: LX3 images.

    Hello All,

    Time for a couple more LX3 pics.

    Venus over a street in Bath this evening.
    3200ASA- 1/[email protected] Hand held.

    A doggie.
    80ASA- 1/[email protected]

    Cheers,
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    Hello All,
    Went to town of Bradford on Avon today (10 miles or so S.E. of Bath). Beautiful place, has a wonderful mid 14 century tithe barn, crowning glory of which is exceptional quality and ingenious construction of its roof structure. Timbers have been ring dated to between 1334 and 1379. Is 51 metres from end to end and 9 metres wide. Light comes in through 1 door and a few small windows. As dark as gloom in there.

    1st shot is 1600 ASA- 1/[email protected] f2- exposure bias +1.
    2nd shot is 3200 ASA-1/5 @ f2- exp bias +1.

    Both hand held.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Hello All,

    1st pic. Lots of concrete pouring into Bath these days to build....
    2nd pic. New bus station in foreground and huge centre for shopping at rear.
    Both 100 ASA- shot from platform 2 at the railway station.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Re: LX3 images.

    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    Took these tonight with the lx3, first in color, then dynamic black and white, JPGs straight out of camera, just resized them for uploading.


    MAzor
    Mazor, look like an EH wagon there to me?

    Its in pretty original condition too.

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    Hello All,

    Shots of old Saxon church- Bradford on Avon.

    Cheers,
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    Re: LX3 images.

    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Hello All,

    Thanks, Neil. Don't know if this helps. I'm a 'primitive' in these matters- the word histogram has only been part of my lexicon for 12 months.

    Took a couple of pics. 1 in Standard b/w and 1 in Dynamic b/w.

    Downloaded them into iPhoto and obtained these histograms.

    Took a pic of the histograms from my iMac screen

    In each case the standard b/w is the 1st image.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
    Thanks gandolfi,thats just what I wanted to see,Im worse than you on reading quite what it means but im going to read it as if it was the readout from an equalizer in an old hi fi system.Am I right in saying that its emphasizing the mid shadows and loosing the middle tones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nei1 View Post
    Thanks gandolfi,thats just what I wanted to see,Im worse than you on reading quite what it means but im going to read it as if it was the readout from an equalizer in an old hi fi system.Am I right in saying that its emphasizing the mid shadows and loosing the middle tones?
    Yes, I have a very much 'seat of the pants on a wing and a prayer' attitude to all this. I read this as being black on the left and white on the right. They both appear to have about the same amount of white (i.e. highlights), but the dynamic one has more has more black (i.e. shadows) and also less mid-tones.
    To me it looks like the difference between printing on Grade 2 paper and Grade 4!.

    I liked the old hi-fi equaliser analogy- as in this is a Bob Marley track so there is more base stacked on the left and this is the Everly Brothers with more treble on the right...maybe.

    Whatever, we have both talked ourselves out of an instruction job on the next Moab workshop..

    Cheers,
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    Those old AandR speakers I had are starting to vibrate already

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    Hi,
    Had a wander around Bath yesterday and here are 5 pics.
    Cheers Gandolfi.
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    ...and a 5 shot 180 degree panorama.
    Cheers,
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    The one with the big tree looks really phenomenal!

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    Great shots Gandofi. Did you use the Dynamic B&W for those shots? I'm starting to like that "film mode" a lot.
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    Wow, Gandolfi, the tree shot is truely amazing. Did you take that with straight 24mm out of the LX3 or did you use a wide angle adapter?

    Amazing capture on the bird on the handrail. Considering the LX3 has quite q limited Tele, you must have been quite close, and had time to prefocus somewhat.

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    Hi,

    Thank you, kind sirs.
    Rafa; that tree shot certainly proves the saying that February is the best month for tree 'skeletons'.
    Hired Arm; yes all shot in Dynamic b/w mode at 100 ASA. As you say it does produce nice results. I process them in iPhoto which is certainly sufficient for me at the moment. I am also impressed with LX3 ability to shoot at slow shutter speeds. Here are a couple inside an antiques reclamation store. 1/15 & 1/13 sec. @ 400 ASA.
    Mazor; using the 24mm, no converter. Because I was shooting from below the level of the fine Georgian crescent it has helped to accentuate the curvature. The gulls here are at a popular tourist spot so have less fear of the photographer, so I was able to sidle slowly up to them, but I did not pre-focus. Here is another one- black-headed gull in it's winter plumage! Lens at 60mm.

    Cheers,
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    Wow, the gulls are so tame!! very nice.

    Mazor

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    aren't some of these shots awfully over-sharpened or is this just my display?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCdeRidder View Post
    aren't some of these shots awfully over-sharpened or is this just my display?
    Hi JC.
    No, they are not over-sharpened.
    When I first started to use LX3 6 weeks ago I was amazed how crisp the images were. I've only checked on the pics on this page, and the only 2 I can find that have had any sharpening whatsoever are the 1st pic from the antiques store and one of the toned shots of the tithe barn. Also there is no noise reduction in any of these pics.
    Cheers,
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    Got to love the LX3. Its superb formfactor, superb optically stabilized f2.0 24mm wide angle lens excellent IQ at higher ISOs, makes for a very creative everyday street camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCdeRidder View Post
    aren't some of these shots awfully over-sharpened or is this just my display?
    I thought the same thing with early LX-3(D-Lux 4) images until the trend was "set." Like Gandolfi said the images come out very crisp. Sometimes I actually soften my images somewhat to the point of making them look a little less artificial. I find the compression and conversion of many of my RAW images to JPEG can have the same effect as well.
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    agreed HiredArm, I find that the RAWs come out with more detail than the JPGs and are too very crisp and sharp.

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    Here is a small piece of a walking track called the Heysen Trail in the Adelaide hills. It runs for some hundreds of miles. No time for post processing so here is the jpg straight from the LX3

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    Nice shot. What did you do on camera to get this effect? It's almost as if you're using a IR filter.

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    It looks like the "Smooth B&W" Film Mode to me. They just come out that way from my test shots on the D-Lux 4.
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    Well, it does look smooth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfa View Post
    Nice shot. What did you do on camera to get this effect? It's almost as if you're using a IR filter.
    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    It looks like the "Smooth B&W" Film Mode to me. They just come out that way from my test shots on the D-Lux 4.
    It was taken using the smooth mode if I recall. The IR effect might be a bit of a trick. The trees I think are Ghost gum trees and they have a natural white trunk covered by bark and it kind of looks like IR.

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    Hello All,

    That's a nice looking walk through the ghostly gum trees, Tim.

    Had a 3 hour walk this afternoon, up hill and down dale just south of Bath. Saw some white trees myself, and some beautiful clouds.

    Last pic is looking down on some water trickling down the side of a road, passing over small stones, gravel and fine mud, creating an ever changing muddy swirl. Looks like a satellite pic of the mouth of the Amazon to me.

    All Jpegs @ 100 ASA modified in iPhoto.

    Cheers,
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    Took the LX-3 for some shooting at the V&A Waterfront complex in Cape Town.

    All these photos are handheld, no flash, available light only . . . photo 01 is at ISO 800, others at ISO 400 . . . all at 24mm and f2, and all were taken using iA-mode.

    Photo 02 is a stitch of four vertical photos, and photo 03 is a stitch of two horizontal photos (one top, one bottom). Stitching done in PS CS3. Other than some noise reduction there was very little other post-processing performed.

    The combination of wide-angle, f2, and IS works very well.

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    HiltonP, very smooth images here. Shows the LX3 can get some good color results at higher ISOs. Love my LX3 is it so satisifying.

    Took this with my LX3 underwater using EWA marine housing.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Hello All,

    That's a nice looking walk through the ghostly gum trees, Tim.

    Had a 3 hour walk this afternoon, up hill and down dale just south of Bath. Saw some white trees myself, and some beautiful clouds.

    Last pic is looking down on some water trickling down the side of a road, passing over small stones, gravel and fine mud, creating an ever changing muddy swirl. Looks like a satellite pic of the mouth of the Amazon to me.

    All Jpegs @ 100 ASA modified in iPhoto.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
    Amazing what clouds like this can do for an otherwise normal image.

    Woody

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    Hello All,
    Nice colour from S.A., Hilton.
    Mazor- the new Jacques Cousteau with an LX3

    I visited Bruton today. A nice little sleepy town 30 miles S. of Bath, a bit like a small French provincial town.
    Bridge over the River Brue.
    Fine carved wood in church.
    New restaurant with circular pizza oven.
    Street view.
    More clouds for Woody.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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