Our Boy Scout troop meets on Monday nights and we meet at a Methodist Church. I decided to see how well my Eye-Fi card, Snapseed on iPad and my GXR with Leica Summicron 40mm lens works wide open at 3200ISO. This is the result:
This entry was posted on Monday, February 13, 2012 by Duane Pandorf. It was filed under Brevard, Leica Summicron-C 1:2/40, Photography, Ricoh A12 Mount, Ricoh GXR and was tagged with Brevard, Church, Leica Summicron-C 1:2/40, Photography, Ricoh GXR, stained glass.
What a spectacular composition…. LOVE IT 🙂
Monday, February 13, 2012 at 20:26
Impressive at 3200 ISO…. Love the symmetry!!! 🙂 **
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 02:15
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