[QUOTE=Lloyd;107363]Just some random shots with the 75 Cron:
M8, cron 50
M8 2/28 @ ?
Last edited by f 1,0; 26th May 2010 at 13:25.
f 1,0 that is a beautiful picture. I'm not sure that the horizon is absolutely straight but nevertheless I think that would make a great print.
Kurt, that is a funny shot and great title. I like the guy on the floor getting in amongst the pooches
Are those puppies Golden Doodles?
Hi Simon and Lloyd, it's actually two of our fellow forum members (who will go nameless unless they want to reveal themselves). We had all gathered on an M8 outing last week.
Woody, I'm not certain of the breed, but they were extremely friendly and playful.
My daughter Sophia enjoying herself last week in PA. M8.2 + 50 Cron (latest).
"I wanna go outside! I want my shoes offfff!"
PS - I should add that this is being posted from a moving train. We are taking the Auto Train back to hot and humid FL right now. Tethered Blackberry to the laptop. Ain't technology grand?!
Leica Store Miami
My new sister-in-law Lydia:
Working late... yet again.
Great images from everyone as usual! I flew to Phx to visit family and snapped these today...
50 Sonnar at 1.5 - This is a shot of my son with a 15 year old Chihuahua that used to be our dog when my son was a baby. About 10 years ago my mother-in-law took the dog as we had to move. Today he was re-united with his old puppy...
35 Lux at F4 - This is a mural painted on the outside of a wall at my favorite restaraunt and brewery in Phoenix. Besides the lumpy Marilyn, i liked the way this one looks
Last edited by Lloyd; 10th September 2010 at 09:09.
Nice thistle! Very sharp stuff!
here's a shot from awhile back of our very own brand of the stuff after it's reached maturity.
These images are all stunning. I can't wait to try out my new M8 this weekend=)!
Bokeh is a funny business, and it seems to me that there is always something to catch out a lens, however good it may be, in this case those busy plants are causing the grief . . .of course, it's also very subjective, and some people might like that effect (as Leica 77 does).
for me though (and I take lots of shots like that) it'd definitely persuaded that I won't be getting that lens (I was considering it as I don't have a 35).
Just this guy you know
M8, voigtlander 12mm
It's like a kaleidoscope Endre! (apologies for misspelling your name before)
Fun with the old Leica lens.
Enjoy living, live to enjoy
Here are a couple with the 24 Elmarit. Just posted my write up/real world review of it as well!
m8, elmarit m 28