Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Shooting the Leica M9 and Voigtlander 50mm f/1.1

We've been having a busy week going into our 3rd week in the Jackson Hole area.  This issue of our blog will center on a great find of ours this morning as we were driving south towards Pinedale WY.  Approximately 24 miles south of Jackson we past a small sign directing us towards Granite Creek Hot Springs and we decided to turn off the road to visit the area.

The images included here were all taken using the Leica M9 with a Voigtlander 50mm f/1.1 and a Hoya neutral density (4-stop) filter attached.  The lens was closed down f/16, the ISO pushed to 80 and shutter speeds from .5 to a full second. 

The images were all taken this morning along Granite Creek.

Once again the Leica M9 has shown me it can be used to capture landscape images rather well.

Thanks for visiting and let me know your comments or questions.

By the way - we never made it to Pinedale....

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