Tethered Shooting With The Leica Pt 1

Peter has been loving shooting with his Leica, and has also changed his tune about Lightroom! He used to previously hate it as it changes your file to a DNG, but as the Leica files are already DNG, it is no longer a problem and he has found the Leica tethers perfectly to it. In this tutorial, he will show you his new Leica workflow for 3 different looks with Ana.

Some of the images from this tutorial can be found here

4 comments on “Tethered Shooting With The Leica Pt 1

  • I would like the ability to set the overexposed and underexposed warnings. Wish it was there. What number do you consider overexposed? 255? 240? Same for underexposure

  • Hello Peter
    In the old days I could ask it via Volley but unfortunately volley doesn’t exist anymore.

    I started with Leica (I bought the Leica SL2 with the Summicron-SL 50mm) and now it’s time buy a new lens for my leica.

    First I wanna buy the leica apo-summicron-M 90mm f/2.0, but after some advice in the Leica group on FB I tend more to leica apo-summicron-SL 90mm f/2 asph

    I don’t know if you know both lenses from experience but maybe can give me some things to think over that can help me to buy the M version or the SL version.

    (off course if I buy the M-version I nee an adapter to)

    • Hi Paul, we have a new alternative to Volley coming soon 🙂
      The number one difference is the SL has auto focus and M has manual only. Me personally, would buy the M off eBay and then buy the SL 24-90mm and that will give you the best of both worlds, just my two cents.

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