Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2010/12/31

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Subject: [Leica] Mejiro (Japanese white-eye)
From: tedgrant at (tedgrant at
Date: Fri, 31 Dec 2010 08:13:30 -0800
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Peter Cheyne  showed:
Subject: [Leica] Mejiro (Japanese white-eye)

> We had some snow in Kyushu this morning, and we put some fruit out for  
> the birds.  The mejiro love oranges!
> All taken with an M8 and a 90 Summicron (Canadian).  Straight out of  
> camera the images are often low-contrast and pastel-coloured, which  
> sometimes works nicely.  These have all been tweaked a touch in  
> saturation and contrast.

Hi Peter,
Well done! Certainly with a 90 mm lens! But then people rarely comment on 
using this particular 90mm that was produced in the Leica plant, Midland,  
CANADA. Mine cuts images like a new razor blade sharpness as we see so does 


In reply to: Message from geordiepete211 at (Peter Cheyne) ([Leica] Mejiro (Japanese white-eye))