Focus Bracketing Techniques when shooting Wide Open with Leica M9 M240

9/07/2013 ISO 1200 Magazine 4 Comments

In this video I go over 2 different focus bracketing methods I use when shooting at Large Apertures on my Leica M9 and M240. Primarily on Leica Noctilux or Summilux lenses. 
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4 comments:

Simon said...

How to look like a complete noob when shooting...

Anonymous said...

Omg the most stupidest thing I've ever seen. Dude get a AF camera.

Anonymous said...

I agree with the two previous posts. Why even post this up here?

Terry said...

OMG, what a dweeb. Tilt camera up to focus, then tilt down to frame thus changing the plane of focus. And he wonders why he has out of focus pictures? This guy definitely needs AF, not a Leica.