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Leica M262 + Leica 18mm Super-Elmar-M ASPH

This is a short post. I’ll be posting more images here and Travelogues about Morocco within the coming weeks. I’m posting this image as it’s one of the first pictures I took in the Sahara. Clean… Windswept Sands… And sand blowing towards camera. Everything I envisioned the Sahara to be. I got many more opportunities to take pictures here over the course of 4 days and I can’t wait to share them. Stay tuned. -Dominic

Leica 18mm Super-Elmar-M Filter Hack

Leica 18mm Super-Elmar-M with Filters

The Leica 18mm Super-Elmar-M ASPH is one odd-ball lens. Built when the Leica M8 was the latest and greatest digital Rangefinder, it served to fill the void of a 24mm lens that Leica was lacking in their crop sensor line-up. When the M9 came out the lens became popular with some individuals as it offered a very odd but pleasing image. Some people dislike it and go for the 21mm Super-Elmar while others love the look it gives them. I,

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Travelogue: Iceland Day 2

Leica M9; Leica 18mm Super-Elmar-M

It’s taken me over a week to get this out so apologies. It’s been crazy with work and travel. Day 2 takes me east bound. From Reykjavik through Vik and around the outlying areas. Have a listen and if you enjoy it feel free to comment or like this post. Don’t forget to click on the image above to bring up the gallery for the day. TW -Dominic

Travelogue: Iceland – Skogafoss


Here I was standing next to this beautiful immense force of nature. Mist from the falls enveloping me. My coat and pants getting drenched. The winds shifting and howling around me. My camera at the ready, waiting for the right moment to press the shutter. Where was the nearest tourist? Around 300m back scared of the mist. Have a listen and feel free to comment or like. -Dominic TW

Travelogue: Iceland Day 1

Iceland 2016;

Leica M9; Leica 18mm Super-Elmar-M f/3.8

I’ve finally made it to Iceland. I’ve been trying to get here for years. On my way home from Dublin I did a pit stop in Iceland to see some of the sights. Didn’t have too many days here but it was worth it nonetheless. Have a listen to the Travelogue and see the pictures in the galleries above and below. This trip is broken down into multiple days and I’ll be posting them as I go. Hope you enjoy

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