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    thanks guys!

    Lately I have more often converted to S&W.
    Does it make sense to invest in Nik-Software for b&W conversion? Any experience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    thanks guys!

    Lately I have more often converted to B&W.
    Does it make sense to invest in Nik-Software for b&W conversion? Any experience?
    I'd vote for Nik Silver Efex Pro software. I just could not live without it now.

    The degree of control is amazing. Often, their presets get it really close and then their spot adjustments for exposure, contrast and structure finish it off just right ... plus there are a zillion film type simulations for heal-toe response ... and even those can be adjusted in terms of grain per pixel and hard to soft grain.

    What is interesting is how it allows for different midtone response sensors to be simply overridden with more midtone contrast for flatter recording sensors like the difference between the M8 and M9 ... or more obviously the Sony A900 with it's flatter midtone response.

    It works very well with the S2 files in this regard.

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    (Below, one click Nik B&W using "Push Process-1" preset, and increasing the grain per pixel slider for finer grain).
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    I'm a big fan of Nik's Silver Efex Pro software and I use it on virtually all my B&W conversions. It doesn't give you anything you can't otherwise get on your own if you're willing to spend the time and have the vision. If you do decide to give it a try I'd urge you to spend some time learning it. It's got a lot more to offer than simply the one or two click conversion that lots of folks do.

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    I found True Grain a few weeks ago and have been very impressed. It is a little different in that they have actually scanned the grain of a number of different films and allow you to overlay it along with measuring the spectral response and characteristic curve. Since I run a black and white lab, I am around black and white film a lot, and scan it a lot as well. True Grain looks totally convincing to me. The only caveat would be that you have to tone it WAY down. The default results seem to be as if you were using a Minox spy camera. Set the grain to emulate 6x6 or 6x8 and you are in better shape. It is all user controllable. It is around 50 dollars now I think, and it is very much worth it.

    I have not used the other black and white conversion programs either, so they may be equally wonderful, but the last time I checked I was not as convinced.

    Here is a full-sized jpeg sample done using the M9: stuartrichardson.com/eva-true-grain-1-edit.jpg
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    Thank you guys. Since I have converted to S&W more often lately and since I like to add grain I purchased the Nik SW.
    First image is printed and looks pretty good for my taste.
    Stuart-thanks for the hint - but I had allready purchased the Nik software before I read your suggestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    ...If you do decide to give it a try I'd urge you to spend some time learning it. It's got a lot more to offer than simply the one or two click conversion that lots of folks do.
    Guilty as charged. I need to spend some time with their tutorials.

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    Attached is a new photo of some granite outcroppings on the road from Denver to Telluride.

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    and then some fun here...

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    Wow, tricky shot and I think you nailed it. Shows the versatility of the S2, and expresses her joy.

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    Re: S Is For Show Us Your S2 Shots

    To the photographers in this thread:

    The pictures here have by and large perfectly natural color balance and light. They don't feel over-saturated, over-processed, or over-anything.

    Please tell me that it's your skill as photographers or your fine control of workflow and not, oh, the camera that is responsible!

    No, I won't buy another system without trying it first, but this thread...

    Thank you for the lovely work,

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    The camera is not responsible.
    The web site is responsible.
    However usually people who have an S2 have pretty good experience. I'd bet if they were all required to post photos taken with an iPhone 4 the results would be quite good.

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    An example from a shoot with David Farkas in New Hampshire

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    Back from June this year...


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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    To the photographers in this thread:

    The pictures here have by and large perfectly natural color balance and light. They don't feel over-saturated, over-processed, or over-anything.

    Please tell me that it's your skill as photographers or your fine control of workflow and not, oh, the camera that is responsible!

    No, I won't buy another system without trying it first, but this thread...

    Thank you for the lovely work,

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    Matt,
    better dont try it if you dont want to buy another camera
    your welcome

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    with the 180mm


    through the window... (well, I guess you dont need a Leica S lens for such shot)

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    stunning !
    i've never seen photos from S2

    this is amazing !

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    S2 70mm ISO 160

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
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    looks like an IR image. Really cool.
    is this an old image or are you back into the S2 or did you post in the wrong post?
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    Tom.

    Information show 22.01.2011....if camera set correctly it was an older capture.

    Makes one miss these posts...this one looks very cold.

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    old picture ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post

    old picture ..
    I think you should get a S2 again!

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    Re: S Is For Show Us Your S2 Shots

    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    with the 180mm


    through the window... (well, I guess you dont need a Leica S lens for such shot)
    Zaanse Schans?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Zaanse Schans?
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    yes-we did a long weekend at the sea and on the last day visited that place.

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    Taken in South Beach Miami on a Leica Akademie trip with Craig Semetko.

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    That's lovely, Al!
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    Wow, Cenek...perfect image!
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    Happy New Year to all of you. I started 2012 early this morning. All shots with the 180, except one of the Rhino shots with the 70. The detail in some of the shots is truly awesome. It does of course help that you get close to the animals. Post processing was quick and dirty on the labtop.

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    Really nice Georg... and a happy new year. Looking forward to more wildlife pictures with the S2.

    In which part of Africa are you?

    Cheers,
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    I haven't added any images for awhile ... so here are a few recent photos.

    Kurt

    wheels



    the good morning barbershop



    power forward



    nation builder



    family on a bench



    school supplies


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    Kurt, wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    I haven't added any images for awhile ... so here are a few recent photos.

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    Thanks Shashin and Hermann.

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    What happened to your S2?

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    old picture ..

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    A few comments about recently posted S2 Images:

    Georg, nice to see the S2 used in ways not often associated with the S2. Detail is great and many of your pics are impressive. I too would like to know where in Africa? What I find most interesting and enjoy seeing is when a camera system is used in an area of photography, not normally associated with it's strengths or possibly a bit out of its element. Then its up to the photographer to make it work and even use it to some advantage over what would be conventionally used.

    Kurt, not often do we see (at least I haven't) the S2 used for this sytle of imagery. I know from your past postings you wanted and thought the S2 could be effective in shooting a wide variety of circumstances, even street/reportage, and you clearly demonstrated that, especially with your photographic skills. Although I like them all, my favorites are #2 and #3. Interesting how the vertical stack of building materials he's carrying on his shoulder emulate the buildings behind him. The look from the barber shop has me wondering what he's thinking? I don't think it was "Nice S2"
    My thoughts though say ....extremely nice images!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petster View Post
    Really nice Georg... and a happy new year. Looking forward to more wildlife pictures with the S2.

    In which part of Africa are you?

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    A few comments about recently posted S2 Images:

    Georg, nice to see the S2 used in ways not often associated with the S2. Detail is great and many of your pics are impressive. I too would like to know where in Africa? What I find most interesting and enjoy seeing is when a camera system is used in an area of photography, not normally associated with it's strengths or possibly a bit out of its element. Then its up to the photographer to make it work and even use it to some advantage over what would be conventionally used.

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    Pete and Dave,

    Thanks for the kind comments. I was in Sabi Sands, which is a private game reserve adjacent to the Krueger national park in South Afirca (more specifically, I stayed in the Sabi Selati lodge in Sabi Sabi, one of the private reserves within Sabi Sands). The entire Sabi Sands is open towards the Krueger park, so animals can move freely between the park and Sabi Sands and within Sabi Sands. However, you can "only" move within your reserve.

    The reason why the S2 worked well was that you get very close to the animals, at leas the big five, because the vehicles can go off road and the animals are used to. For example, when I took the Rhino head shot, I was may be 2 m away from the animal. At 100% crop, you can see the iris of the eye.

    The S2 worked well most of the time. However, good light helps. While I could often hold up to 1/90 with a monopod, you obviously got motion blurr as I could not persuade the animal to keep still. Biggest problem was in my view the slow autofocus, which may be fine for a MF, but is too slow for a moving animal (OTOH, when the animal did not move, it was very precise). Also, on a few occasions I would have loved to have something longer.

    If I would ever take the S2 on a safari again--and I hope I will--I would also train a bit in a zoo. Time on safari is short.

    Anyway, a great break and it is hard to now be back in grey Europe.

    Georg

    PS: On a few occasions, I saw others shooting with i-Pads. The LCD on them is impressive and beats the S2 by a mile.

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    Kurt,

    I love these images. Congratulations. Being in Europe where everone is so paranoid if you point a cameram at him, it is refreshing to see that people apparently enjoy being photographed.

    Georg

    PS: What did you use for the B&W conversion?

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    Kurt,
    great images

    Quote Originally Posted by tjv View Post
    What happened to your S2?
    ..I sold..


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    S2 with 70



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    Here's one from the region where I grew up in the Jizerske mountains in the Czech Republic, taken during my cross-country skiing holiday last week. With the 35 mm lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMB View Post
    Happy New Year to all of you. I started 2012 early this morning. All shots with the 180, except one of the Rhino shots with the 70. The detail in some of the shots is truly awesome. It does of course help that you get close to the animals. Post processing was quick and dirty on the labtop.

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    Really nice captures.

    One question, on focusing. Are these all autofocus? My experience with the S2 is that is shares some of the older MF AF problems, that is, finding the most detail (like foreground or background foliage) rather than the main subject. I keep nagging for "Spot Focus!!!!"

    Did you have to adjust? manual focus? or did the S2 grab these for you? (and they do have good focus on main subject!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Really nice captures.

    One question, on focusing. Are these all autofocus? My experience with the S2 is that is shares some of the older MF AF problems, that is, finding the most detail (like foreground or background foliage) rather than the main subject. I keep nagging for "Spot Focus!!!!"

    Did you have to adjust? manual focus? or did the S2 grab these for you? (and they do have good focus on main subject!)

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    Victor,

    Thanks. All autofocus. No manual adjustment. As I said, when the subject was not moving, the autofocus was quite good. I was particularly surprised by the below example. F 3.5, 1/125 at 640 ISO.

    Focus pretty much spot on between nose and eyes despite the irritating branches. BTW, this is copped to square but no cropping at the bottom/top.

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    Very beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
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    All autofocus.

    Focus pretty much spot on between nose and eyes despite the irritating branches.

    Stunning picture!

    I love the detail...and amazing for autofocus.

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    Thanks for the comments, Dave, George and CEH.

    Lovely photos Baudolino and Bob. Georg your photos demonstrate the crazy detail available with the S2 and S lenses combination.

    Dave, I'm loving the S2 for what I like to shoot. For street photography and documentary photography, the weatherproofing and amazing detail are wonderful tools to use to try to tell a story.

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    Re: S Is For Show Us Your S2 Shots

    Keeping up the sudden momentum of the thread, here are a few from yesterday with the 35mm lens ...




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    Kurt, love that sign behind the woman in the red dress "sitting". It sums up exactly what she appears to be thinking.

    Nice to see some street photography in color too. Not sure if you mentioned it, bu what country/location were these shots taken in?

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    Kurt: Just now (re)discovered your blog, found out that you moved to Manila and I am really, really overwhelmed by the treasury I found. With your photography, documented there you open the door to a fascinating (strange to me) country. Thank you very much for sharing and the inspiration!

    Have to quote my former post: Those are singular. Hope you find a apt way to make them accessible/publish them for a broader audience.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Dave, she didn't know what to think of this westerner as I came out of nowhere, saw the sign and asked her if I could snap a picture. I'm in Manila in the Philippines and will be located here for the next couple of years.

    Thanks for being so gracious Hermann. It's a fascinating country to explore due to the nature of the country's attempt to move up from developing nation status. While the Philippines has many natural resources, government corruption and a lack of infrastructure have made the transition slow. There is a great disparity in wealth distribution in the country and a lack of a middle class. As a result, many college graduates earn less than $500 per month in wages.

    However, the greatest asset the country has is its people. Well-educated, English speaking and hard-working, the people are some of the most open and friendly people that I've ever met. Business Process Outsourcing and call centers have exploded here recently, putting more and more people to work in technology services. The Philippines now employs more call center employees than India.

    I'm planning to take the images that I'm shooting and at a minimum, organize them into a book or two that I'll self-publish and distribute to some of the many friends that I've made in the local neighborhoods that I wander.

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    Just finished reading through this thread from start to finish. It took a while but was very entertaining and informative. Thanks to all the S2 users who contributed.

    Like others, I've been a little surprised by the lack of S2 camera and lens reviews and pictures on the web (which, ultimately I put down to the rarity of the system), and am glad to have found so many pictures and discussions about the camera and lenses all in one place.

    I'm not looking to buy an S2 but have been researching Leica M lenses for use on another camera, and while the S series lenses (and the S2 camera) have their own unique characteristics, it's been good to see such nice examples of the 'Leica-look' that they share (to some extent anyway) with other Leica lenses.

    Even though the S2 system is about as good as it gets for Leica, and as such will remain out of reach for a lot of people, the examples people have provided here can still be used as inspiration and reference material for others using 'lesser' (but perhaps in some ways similar) systems.

    So, again, thanks for all your input, and for demystifying the S2 mystique somewhat.

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