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Index of Thorsten Overgaard's user review pages on Leica M9, Leica M9-P, Leica M-E, Leica M9 Monochrom, Leica M10, Leica M10-P, Leica M10-D, Leica M10-R, Leica M10 Monohcrom, Leica M11, Leica M 240, Leica M-D 262, Leica M Monochrom 246, Leica SL, Leica SL2, Leica SL2-S, as well as Leica TL2, Leica CL, Leica Q, Leica Q2 and Leica Q2 Monochrom:
Leica Digital Camera Reviews by Thorsten Overgaard
Leica M9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20   M9-P
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P 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44            
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Leica M10
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By: Thorsten Overgaard, April 19, 2015 (edited August 23, 2015)

 

Traveling through ice landscapes with the Leica M-P 240

Byron Prukston went to the Baikal Lake region in Russia with the Leica M-P 240 Safari and worked in frozen landscapes down to -30° Celsius (-22 Fahrenheit)

 


The Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens. The strap on the camera is Luigi's Custom Ostrich Leather.

 

Byron Prukston is a photographer living in Australia who went with friends to Russia to do landscape photography on and around the frozen Baikal Lake. I saw his photos on The Leica M 240 Forum on Facebook and found the project so interesting I asked him to appear here and tell us the story.

 


Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens.

 

Byron Prukston: “I have traveled with the Leica M to Iceland, Scotland and Russia before, but this was my first experience to travel and take photo on such a large and vastly ice surface.
 
“We worked most of the time in freezing temperatures. It was cold enough to make the whole 31,000 sq meters (334,000 sq. feet) lake frozen.

 


Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens.

 

“The first question came in my mind prior to the trip: ‘How long will the M battery survive in such a freezing temperature?’

“I had prepared four batteries in total, as our plan was to take photos from sunrise until sunset. I didn’t know if I would have much chance to recharge them.

When we arrived at our guesthouse in a small village in Khuzhir, the average temperature was -15 C to 0 C degree. I was told that it was already a warm winter year and our trip was at the very end of winter!”

 

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Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens.

 

First day shooting in a ice landscape

“My first day of shooting started at sunset, I took my M-P 240 Safari Set along with three lenses: A wide-angle 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/1.4, a MATE 28-35-50mm f/4.0 and a Leica 80-200mm Vario-Elmarit-R ASPH f/2.8.

“I was surprised to learn that one battery could stay for the whole session of 3 hours shooting that included Live View (using the screen and EVF-2 Electronic viewfinder for focusing and preview).

 


Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens.

 

“The trip went on for eight days and our timetable was the same for every day:

“We started at 5:30 AM and it took around 30-60 minutes to get to the location. We then scattered around to find a spot to shoot from and changed the location simultaneously. The morning sessions went until 10 AM, and then we packed down and went back to the guesthouse.

“Actually, one battery would usually last for the whole morning session that included some long exposure shots and using Live View for all of it.”

 

         
 

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Working from low positions on the ice

“I used a very sturdy Gitzo Systematic tripod. It can be lowered to a very low position above the ice so I could get some interesting photos of the ice surface with an interesting foreground. Some times I would put the camera on the ice if I didn’t get low enough with the tripod.

“I didn’t mind having my aperture set at maximum f/22 and set the focus to hyper focal. For the WATE lens that is 70 cm, and at f/22 I could get a sharp image from 30cm to infinity.

 


Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens.

 

“The wind and the temperature were very cold. I needed to wear 4-5 layers of clothing and have the gloves on at all times. Surprisingly, my Leica M-P 240 camera didn’t have any problem. The only glitch happened when I took a bracketing shots of 5 exposures and the SD-card struggled a little bit. After a few minutes the camera was done buffering and it was back to normal.

“I took along a second camera with me, a Sony A7S. I ended up using it for time-lapse, star trails image and for night scenes.”

 


Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens.

 

 



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“The Leica M-P 240 has some limitations for long exposures. The Leica M-P 240 has a maximum exposure time limit even in Bulb mode. I couldn’t go beyond the exposure time limit.

“The limit also varies between 60 seconds as maximum at ISO 200, 32 seconds at ISO 400 and reduced to merely 8 seconds at ISO 1600. Sometimes I have found that if the exposure could go longer than 60 seconds, the image would be more spectacular.

“The night scenes where you want to capture stars or the Milky Way it will require at least 30 seconds at ISO 800-3200.

 


Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens.

 

“Long Exposure Noise Reduction cannot be de-activated on the Leica M 240. I understand the point that the dark frame process improves the image quality, but somehow if this could be controlled with an ON/OFF switch (like most dSLR cameras), it would give more possibilities.  I shoot in DNG, so the noise reduction can be done in post processing. The camera would be more capable of capturing image continuously. The technique of stacking star trails images can also be done as the interval between shots will be reduced.

 


Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens.

 

“When you work in a tripod with the camera fixed, you would wish that the Live View zoom field that allow you to focus only in the center for the frame, could be moved around.

“I am impressed with the improvement from M9 on the image quality on high ISO. I can’t wait till we get the next generations with likely even higher ISO possibilities.”

 


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“The conditions I encountered on this shoot were stressing me and the equipment to the edge. The Leica M-P 240 and the Leica M lenses are a (nearly) perfect combination for most aspect of landscape photography. They are durable and reliable in harsh condition as the freezing temperature we encountered. The battery life is reduced, compared to normal conditions, but not dramatically. If I could have recharged it overnight, I could see no need for more than two batteries.

“Thank you for the opportunity to share my experience and photos. Feel free to follow my work from my Facebook page.”


Byron Prukston
Bryan Prukston

 

Byron Prukston (34) lives in Brisbane, Australia and is a restaurateur and stock photo contributor for Getty Images/Shutterstock.

He uses the alias Wargunner on 500px, Flickr and LFI Gallery. He is also on Facebook.

He made a switch in 2011 from Canon dSLR to Leica M9 after getting tired of carrying a huge camera with big lenses while traveling with the family and his young daughter.

“I have been an enthusiast who loves to shoot all kind of landscapes, including seascape and nightscape. The Leica M camera system is more than capable of catching beautiful landscape images. It’s durable and compact.

“I have soaked the camera and lenses many times while doing seascapes but never had any big issues with it. I just wiped it clean, put it in a dry storage and it were just fine."

 


Leica M-P 240 Safari with Leica 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar f/4.0 lens.

 

“I’ve studied the Leica M 240 since it became available. Until now I am more than happy with the camera even though I wish some limitations could be improved in the next M.

“My favorite gear for my work is the Leica M-P 240 and the wide angle 16-18-21mm Tri-Elmar-M f/4.0. This is a lens I love for the fact that it can be used with filters flawlessly. Early on I applied the 100mm Lee filter system on the lens but recently I just uses the 67mm filters and worked on Luminosity mask techniques from bracketing several exposures.

“I always carry two ND-filters (Neutral Density) with me: A 3-stop (8X) and a 10-stops (512X) that I use to control the water- and cloud-movement so I can make more interesting effects to the image.”

 

     
 

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Index of Thorsten Overgaard's user review pages on Leica M9, Leica M9-P, Leica M-E, Leica M9 Monochrom, Leica M10, Leica M10-P, Leica M10-D, Leica M10-R, Leica M10 Monohcrom, Leica M11, Leica M 240, Leica M-D 262, Leica M Monochrom 246, Leica SL, Leica SL2, Leica SL2-S, as well as Leica TL2, Leica CL, Leica Q, Leica Q2 and Leica Q2 Monochrom:
Leica Digital Camera Reviews by Thorsten Overgaard
Leica M9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20   M9-P
M9 Mono 20 21 22 23 24 25      

                     
M 246 Mono 26 27 28 29
30
31      

                     
Leica M 240
P 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44            
Leica M-D 262 1 2                                        
Leica M10
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8                         Video
Leica M11 1 2 3                                    
Leica SL / SL2 1   3   5 6 7                              
Leica Q 1                                          
Leica Q2 / Q2M 1                                          
Leica TL2 1 2                                        
Leica CL 1 2                                       Books


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Leica M10-D   Leica TL2
Leica M10 Monochrom   Leica CL
Leica M9 and Leica M-E   Leica L-Mount lenses
Leica M9-P   Leica R digital cameras:
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Leica M246 Monochrom   Leica D-Lux
Leica MD-262 and Leica M60   Leica C-Lux
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Leica M6   Leica Q
Leica M4   Leica Digilux 3
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Leica 21mm Summilux-M ASPH f/1.4   Leica Digilux
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Leica 35mm APO-Summicron-M ASPH f/2.0   Leicaflex SL / SLmot
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Above: Baikal Lake region in Russia.
Leica M Type 240 with Leica 50mm Noctilux-M ASPH f/0.95.
© 2015 Byron Prukston.


 

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Leica Digilux 1

Leica Digilux 2
Leica Digilux Zoom

Leica Digilux 4.3

Leica Digilux 3

Light metering
White Balance for More Beauty
Color Meters

Screen Calibration
Which computer to get
Sync'ing photo archive to iPhone
The Story Behind That Picture
"On The Road With von Overgaard"

Von Overgaard Masterclasses:
M10 / M9 / M240 / Q / Q2 / TL2 /

 

 

 

 

Overgaard Photo Workshops


 

 

 

 

 

 

Thorsten Overgaard
Thorsten von Overgaard is a Danish born multiple award-winning AP photographer, known for his writings about photography and Leica cameras. He travels to more than 25 countries a year, photographing and teaching workshops which cater to Leica enthusiasts. Some photos are available as signed editions via galleries or online. For specific photography needs, contact Thorsten Overgaard via e-mail.

You can follow him at his television channel magicoflight.tv and his on-line classroom at overgaard.com

Feel free to e-mail to thorsten@overgaard.dk for
advice, ideas or improvements.

 

 

 


 

 


 

 






 

     
     

Join a Thorsten Overgaard
Photography Workshop

I am in constant orbit teaching
Leica and photography workshops.

Most people prefer to explore a
new place when doing my workshop.
30% of my students are women.
35% of my students dotwo or more workshops.
95% are Leica users.
Age range is from 15 to 87 years
with the majority in the 30-55 range.
Skill level ranges from two weeks
to a lifetime of experience.
97% use a digital camera.
100% of my workshop graduates photograph more after a workshop.

I would love to see you in one!
Click to see the calendar.

     
St. Louis   Chicago

Hong Kong

 

New York

Shanghai

 

Boston

Beijing

 

Washington DC

Tokyo

 

Toronto

Kyoto

  Montreal

Taipei

  Québec
Seoul  

Seattle

Jakarta

 

San Francisco

Bali

 

Los Angeles

Manila

 

Las Vegas

Singapore

 

Santa Barbara

Kuala Lumpur

 

Santa Fe

Bangkok

 

Austin

Sydney

 

Clearwater

Perth

 

Miami

Melbourne

 

Cuba

Auckland

 

São Paulo

Napier

 

Rio de Janeiro

Moscow

 

Cape Town

Saint Petersburg

 

Tel Aviv

Oslo

 

Jaffa

Malmö

 

Istanbul

Stockholm

 

Palermo

Aarhus

 

Rome

Copenhagen

  Venice

Amsterdam

  Wetzlar

Frankfurt

  Mallorca

Berlin

  Madrid

Münich

 

Barcelona

Salzburg

 

Amsterdam

Vienna

 

Paris

Cannes  

London

Reykjavik   Portugal
Roadtrip USA   Milano
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

Thorsten Overgaard photo workshops and masterclasses for Leica photographers and digital photographers

 

 

 

 
           
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