Sunday, March 25, 2012

Quick Focus M-9

The other day I went out and worked on my quick focus abilities with the Leica M-9. The most important tip I learned at a Leica presentation was to always have your lens set in the infinity position. It works better that either starting from close focus or your previous focus point. It allows you to quickly come into focus without having to go back and forth to confirm your focus. Here are a few examples of photos I took while working on this technique.
 Male German Shepherd taking a breather.
 Female German Shepherd looking very relaxed.
Interesting address sign holder
 Lots of depth of field.
Old oak tree highlighted by the clouds.