Let’s call this image series: ”Moonrise over Gräsgård”, as a tribute to the master of nuance in photography, Ansel Adams. Gräsgård is a small village with one of the last fishing harbors on the island Öland east of Sweden.
The house Leitz Apo Telyt M 3.4 13.5 cm f 3.4. 400 Asa for the harbor pictures and 800 Asa for the house.
Those harbor images Leica M10 Voigtländer Nokton 1.2 35 mm on f 1.2. The last one cropped. There’s a difference in color saturation, but that’s very easy to adjust to personal satisfaction. I’m not saying that one of them is best here.
Voigtländer’s Nokton 1.2 35mm is truly a positive experience. Fully comparable to Leica’s best Summilux M at full aperture and then better brightness.
More from the same reportage. All Nokton 1.2 35mm at f 1,2: