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Leica Q: A Street Photographer review
Old 11-07-2017   #1
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Leica Q: A Street Photographer review

Hello guys,
my first message here.

A little review of the Leica Q from a Street Photography point of view:

https://www.walkingphotographer.net/...ography-review

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Old 11-07-2017   #2
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So, you have it in the iPhone mode.
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Thanks/grazie for the link, Elio.

I hope you spend more time in the RFF community, sharing your images and your critical perspective. Your work on your sites is intriguing, compelling, challenging, sumptuous, and no doubt you will find kindred international spirits here in the forums and in the galleries.

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Thanks Robert !
Hope you enjoyed Firenze

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Thanks/grazie for the link, Elio.

I hope you spend more time in the RFF community, sharing your images and your critical perspective. Your work on your sites is intriguing, compelling, challenging, sumptuous, and no doubt you will find kindred international spirits here in the forums and in the galleries.

Robert
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I agree with Robert. Great shots and very helpful review.
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Fun.., Good framing
BUT Get closer

shots 2,3,5,7 could be better closer
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