Anyone who's seen the photos accompanying the last several articles, including the double- and triple-exposure fisheyes accompanying the previous essay, has surely wondered, "What's going on? Where are all the quirky street-scene candids? Is Egor's photography currently entrenched in some sort of directional crises?" This article, featuring a vBook of slit-scan photos from a Lomography Spinner 360, might just provide the answer.
When is an article not an article? When it's a nerdicle, of course. And this nerdicle is particularly nerdy — being all about Lightroom cataloguing techniques, keywording and photo ranking. Yeah, I know... you're bored already. What can I say? Knowledge is pain.
The Leica SL is a big camera... with a big list of pro features... and a really really big native lens. To review it properly would require an equally big article. Which is exactly why this isn't a proper review. Instead, this article looks only at one particular aspect of the Leica SL — its ability to work with adapted M-mount rangefinder lenses.