Now you've done it. How can I possibly live without a 75 'lux now?
Well, I guess I can, until I can afford one, but it's definitely on the list now.
Lovely, lovely images.
Today was the first trip on which I only brought along my M9 instead of carrying around another dSLR. I had always wanted to visit the Kennedy Space Center since I was a child and today the dream finally came true.
What an incredible place. I am happy about the results that I got from this amazing RF. 24 Lux and 50 Lux were used.
and a few more, just because space flight and exploration are so incredibly cool.
Don/David/Lloyd/Rayyan/Kurt/Jono/Vlad: Wonderful images all. A treat to scroll through them, admire and study the images, and read the posts. Adobe, mystery machinery (distillery?), euro back alleys, spaceships, cats, and secret lens tests! Outstanding color and B & W! Like a masters class. Thank you. Cheers, Matt.
Just this guy you know
Lloyd: Wonderful images of a solid couple. So cool to be able to make that image for lots of different reasons. I can't help but wonder if the green tree behind your father was one of the plantings in the original photo.
Vlad: The B&W brings back the 60s era and matches perfectly with the NASA I remember.
These don't quite fit, but the first is some drastic play with an M8 image of the last steam locomotive to pull into the Waterville, ME repair yard back in 1954. Pure fantasy. And one more from the yard that's a bit more clinical. I'd love to get in there and shoot. Two miles of freight cars awaiting repair/repaint. Homeland security get involved though. Could be tough.
Just another cat :-)
(M9, Nocti 1.0)
My Leica set:
Very kewl shots. I've always had a thing for trains. The treatment on the first is especially good.These don't quite fit, but the first is some drastic play with an M8 image of the last steam locomotive to pull into the Waterville, ME repair yard back in 1954. Pure fantasy. And one more from the yard that's a bit more clinical. I'd love to get in there and shoot. Two miles of freight cars awaiting repair/repaint. Homeland security get involved though. Could be tough.
Thanks Lloyd. I have to go back. I had just a few minutes to snap away until we returned to the car to finish up a long road trip.
This shot shows one of the drive wheels. What it doesn't illustrate is that each of the six drive wheels is about 6 feet in diameter! Enormous amount of iron.
a transistor radio ( my most expensive possesion ) to hear ' the Eagle has
landed'. Glorious occasion.
I would row early each morning here about a kilometer across the lake to
get my breakfast. Then back to my little hut in the forest.
Charles. Extremely Nice Man!
M9,Noct 1.0, Noct 0.95, M8.2 50 Lux asph[/QUOTE]
Posted The Above In The Closed Forum Earlier..
This Guy Is Awesome!
Met Up With Ashwin Yesterday In Boston & Had A Fantastic Day Of Shooting & Getting To No This Fine Gentleman! Thanks Ashwin, It Was An Honor To Get To Know You & I Sincerely Appreciate The Use Of The 0.95! I Am Now In Big Trouble![/QUOTE]
This Also Was Posted In The Other Closed Thread..
Playing Catch Up...
Vlad,TR,CR,John,Ryyan & Kurt...Fine Work!!!