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Saturday, January 29, 2011

I'm tired of the snow and wanted to do something completely different.  So I picked up my Leica M9 with the 90mm Macro-Elmar on it and set about doing some still life images of antique cutlery.

Working with the Leica is always a pleasure in post-processing because the lenses are blazingly sharp, and it is nice to see the fine detail in a subject like this.

I also add some selective focus shots because the out-of-focus areas work well for designers who want to add type or a product over the image.

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