Focus bracketing techniques, using a light meter and grey card when shooting with the Leica M (videos)

Two new Leica training videos from Scott Morvay:

Leica M focus bracketing techniques when shooting wide open with fast lenses:

In this video I go over 2 different focus bracketing methods I use when shooting at Large Apertures on my Leica M9 and M240. Primarily on Leica Noctilux or Summilux lenses. It takes time and practice to master. See the pictures from our photo shoots on my flickr page also follow me on my blogs: and

Using a light meter and grey card in Leica M digital photography:

This video gives you an introduction in using a Light Meter and Grey Card in Leica M9 and Leica M240 and Leica S Digital Photography for better exposure and color, mainly in portraiture. Follow my Channel Cult of the Noctilux for more upcoming videos.

How to Shoot your Leica M240/M9 on a tripod without having to use a cable release:

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