Outgoing waters

Isle of Sheppey, England. August 2021

I couldn’t resist taking this shot, the light this particular morning was beautiful.

I’m finding using the M-P built in meter a bit troublesome to use and I’m finding I am going back to using my handheld Weston Euromaster V light meter. Problem is having shot so long without a integral meter, I’m shooting without it and when I do disagreeing with it’s readings. The picture above I ended up taking by guessing the exposure as with the camera’s meter I could not get it right.

I do wonder how many others find the same issue and resort back to using an external lightmeter?

 Leica M-P (Typ-240) Summicron 50mm f/2 plus digital yellow filter.

New sunrise

Shot this image last month early morning in Queenborough quay, Kent, England. The morning tide waters where very slowly coming in and normally I wouldn’t of taken the picture until seeing the light shining on the wet mud.

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Leica M4.2, Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH with a B&W yellow filter on Fomapan 100 film pushed two stops.