More Vegas shots with the 24 lux. An odd assortment this time.
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Some flowers on my way to lunch. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.
1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1500s @ f/2.8; +2/3 EV; ISO 160
2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/4000s @ f/2.4; +2/3 EV; ISO 160
Haydarpaşa Terminal: Starting point of the historical İstanbul-Baghdad-Hijaz railway, where lovers say farewell, people return to their hometowns with broken dreams, where I felt lonely and miserable every time I boarded the train to Ankara, for university. It also has a beautiful facade on the seaside, with its own pier.
M8 with 75'cron:
M8 with 21 Elmarit:
Last edited by Peter Klein; 26th June 2010 at 22:42.
Hi all , one with M9+Cron.35 ;
Since my fellow Seattleites have caught The Guy With The Aluminum Bass recently, I thought I'd add my take:
M8 and 28/1.9 Voigtlander.
Such a high standard of images in this thread, all I have to offer at the moment is a picture of my dog
M9, 50mm C-Sonnar (at f/4.0)
Dan, sharp, adorable & focused!
My Sister Zainab
Camera Leica M9
Exposure 0.017 sec (1/60)
Focal Length 50 mm
ISO Speed 1600
Exposure Bias +0.664 EV
Mohammed...Truly Special Moment Caught!!!
Mohammed, excellent shot of a beauty! Very masterful!
Attended an outdoor concert last night that included an eclectic group of musicians. The performance included the Bangor Symphony, several families of folk singers, a troop of youths from a violin camp, a guy who played the saw, and a freeform dancer. When the mix worked, it was heavenly. Top it off with a full-moon rise and some great fireworks and it seemed like the perfect summer evening.
From the weekend. M8u + Nocti f1.0
"Concentration in Chaos". It takes incredible discipline to do this kind of work in a loud, tourist-filled, public market. Maybe there's a force field around him? Anybody know what this style of painting (or calligraphy?) is called? Cheers, Matt
M9; 50mm f/1.0; 1/1000s @ f/1.2; +2/3 EV; ISO 160
they are part of the Jura range.
Well done sir.
Matt & Rayyan..Thanks Very Much!
Matt: Thank you my friend. Hopefully a bright future.Originally Posted by m_driscoll
Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.
1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1000s @ f/2.8; +2/3 EV; ISO 160
2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/750s @ f/2.8; +2/3 EV; ISO 160
Thank you, Peter, most appreciated.
Vibrant Color & Some Great IQ Out Of The 75 Cronulism Matt!
Still on the road, but had a couple of minutes this evening to look at the past couple of pages. I'm so hopelessly behind, I can possibly single out shots for comment, but I am astounded at what I'm seeing!!
Osman, Tim, Peter, Rayyan, Matt, Steve, Daniel, Mohammed, sjh284, David Nick, Andre, boymerang, Maggie, Kurt, (and anyone else I may have missed), the magic continues unabated!! Thanks to you all.
And thanks for the comment on my father's image, Anthony, much appreciated.
Wow, sorry for the absence.
1. Maggie...WOW, amazing captures of the light dance in the sky. I have never seen anything like you have captured.
2. Matt, you continue with your magic. Lovely captures through and through, of Pikes, of the hotel in yellow, of the flowers (didn't realize you had the 75 lux as well).
3. Kurt, has a 75 lux found its way back to you? Lovely pics of the pup....
4. Osman, lovely nostalgic treatment!
5. DavidE, amazing cityscapes and clarity with th 24 lux...the last lens that is on my lust list....
Welcome back, Lloyd, you were missed! Thank you and Ashwin for taking time to view my posts and commenting.