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Front cover of Panasonic Lumix LX100 II book

Panasonic LX100 II Book Now Available in Paperback Version

As of today, the latest camera guide book from White Knight Press, Photographer’s Guide to the Panasonic Lumix DC-LX100 II, is available for purchase in a paperback edition for $28.95 or a comparable price in other currencies. As of this date, it is available for ordering from Amazon.co.uk, and Amazon.com. It also should be available soon from Amazon sites in other countries, such as Canada, Germany, Australia, and France, as well as from Barnes & Noble at bn.com. The book also is available in downloadable versions for reading on a computer, smartphone, tablet, or other device.

Because of the similarity of the LX100 II camera to the Leica D-Lux 7 camera, this book should also be useful to users of the D-Lux 7.

For further information, please see the book’s information page at this site, or send me a message through the Contact form on this site.

Front cover of Leica C-Lux book

Leica C-Lux Book Now Available in Paperback Version

As of today, the latest camera guide book from White Knight Press, Photographer’s Guide to the Leica C-Lux, is available for purchase in a paperback edition for $28.95 or a comparable price in other currencies. As of this date, it is available for ordering from Amazon.co.uk, and Amazon.com. It also should be available soon from Amazon sites in other countries, such as Canada, Germany, and France, as well as from Barnes & Noble at bn.com. The book also is available in downloadable versions for reading on a computer, smartphone, tablet, or other device.

For further information, please see the book’s information page at this site, or send me a message through the Contact form on this site.

Using the Leica D-Lux 6 for Water Drop Photography

I have recently made a few posts about water drop photography using the Sony DSC-RX100 and the Panasonic Lumix LX7. Today I will post a few photos I took with the Leica D-Lux 6 using a similar setup. These shots all were taken in Manual exposure mode with the shutter speed set to 0.5 second and the aperture set to f/8.0. I used manual focus for each shot, focusing ahead of time on a small hand bell in the water tray where the drops would be falling. I have continued to make adjustments to the arrangement and lighting of the water tray, so the images in the gallery below look a bit different from the ones I posted earlier.

For these shots, I used a larger tray to hold the main body of water, and I had the drops falling from a different height. I also placed sheets of red and blue paper behind the tray, so when the flash fired it bounced off both sheets, adding blue and red streaks to the images. I plan to keep experimenting with this setup, because there are so many possibilities for getting interesting images. For now, here are a few shots, one showing two drops before they collided, and the others showing the results of several other collisions.