Like yesterday’s image, this was shot with the Leica 50mm Summicron attached to the Fuji X-Pro3. This is mostly a throwaway shot…I was walking the dog and liked the way the evening light was catching the snow so I snapped a quick shot. I kind of like the way it turned out, though. It’s nothing special, but it’s a fun abstract image with really nice color contrast between the warmth of the light and the coolness of the snow in the shadows.
I used the Classic Negative film simulation with this image, and I wonder if there’s anything different in how a vintage lens like this Summicron would render the colors with Classic Neg compared to a modern lens like the Fujis. My guess is that there wouldn’t be anything too significant in terms of color shifts since Leica lenses are generally pretty true/neutral in their color tone, but given how much the Classic Neg simulation creates color shifts in the highlights/shadows it would be a good thing to look into at some point.