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    Church of the Good Shepherd S2+30mm


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    Re: S Is For Show Us Your S2 Shots

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    Church of the Good Shepherd S2+30mm

    Magical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petster View Post
    Church of the Good Shepherd S2+30mm

    WOW!!!

    As an S2 owner, I enjoy every lens in the lineup and have had my eye on the new 30mm. After a fairly sane conversation with myself regarding the outstanding performance of the 35mm, I concluded that the 30 was unnecessary.

    Well...you've really insulted my line of thinking with this fantastic image!

    Thanks for sharing and I agree...it's magical.

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    Hi,
    I'm new here, some shot from omo valley - Hamer and Karo tribe (last one)




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    Hi Jan,
    The camera is in the right hands.

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    Hi Jan,
    I esspecially like the first and the second one. (The eyes are so strong that I can live with the fly- which I find in a way slightly disturbing)
    Really special your images.
    #3 and #4 I also like a lot, but for my taste I find the shaddows a tad too dark. But I assume it was very harsh light too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by java240 View Post
    Hi,
    I'm new here, some shot from omo valley - Hamer and Karo tribe (last one)
    WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by java240 View Post
    Hi,
    I'm new here, some shot from omo valley - Hamer and Karo tribe (last one)
    The 2nd and 3rd are mind-boggling! More please!

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    The 2nd and 3rd are mind-boggling! More please!
    +1 ! Impressive images! Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by java240 View Post
    Hi,
    I'm new here, some shot from omo valley - Hamer and Karo tribe (last one)

    Please tell us the story behind these images.

    If you have an extra minute, tell us about your experience with the S2 (although it's your eye that's producing the photos, it's nice to know some of the specifics ... which lens, etc.? The S-70mm?).

    Thanks,

    -Marc

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Please tell us the story behind these images.

    If you have an extra minute, tell us about your experience with the S2 (although it's your eye that's producing the photos, it's nice to know some of the specifics ... which lens, etc.? The S-70mm?).

    Thanks,

    -Marc

    +1

    I would also like to hear a bit more please.

    While it is not difficult get this much detail in bright contrasty light with many systems, I would like to ask you if you had a back up system and how they compare with the S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Please tell us the story behind these images.

    If you have an extra minute, tell us about your experience with the S2 (although it's your eye that's producing the photos, it's nice to know some of the specifics ... which lens, etc.? The S-70mm?).

    Thanks,

    -Marc
    Weclome to this forum and thanks for sharing your shots with us.

    Very strong photos. I would also like to know a bit more.

    Georg

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Hi Jan,
    The camera is in the right hands.
    Thanks Cendo

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    Thank you all for the comments

    I have S2 approximately half a year. I bought it from CEH. I also have 35mm 70mm and 120mm to it. I have brought quite a lot of material from Ethiopia. I'll add another photos soon but I have to edit them first.

    I do mostly portraits of people and before Leica S2 I had A900 where I used Zeiss 24-70mm 2,8 + Zeiss 135mm 1,8, Zeiss 16-35mm 2,8. I've recently sold system A900. I know comparing these two systems is not fair but I've been photographing with A900 for 2 years.

    I shoot 98% of pictures with almost opened aperture. All lenses 35mm, 70mm and 120mm are excelent at this, detail 1:1 is incredible. I'll be printing a lot of photographs at big format and I'm looking forward to it. That was the main reason I bought Leica S2.

    Everything was shot in a natural light in Ethiopia, most of the time in shadow. Balancing white in shadow expressing the skin colour is amazing. S A900 had sometimes big problem with it.

    In A900 I wasn't satisfied with the result on sharp sunlight(morning and evening), there was always something disturbing with colours. Leica S2 is handling it perfectly. Colours are flawless and DR is superb.

    I was really pleasantly surprised with ISO 640, I'll add some photos later.

    Photographing with S2 requires a whole different approach autofocus in the centre- tripod in ethiopia is used in 50%

    I'm highly satisfied with the system after my trip to Ethiopia.

    The first four photos are 120 mm
    There is Exif in all the pictures.

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    35mm ISO 640 - Hamer woman in DIMEKA pub


    70mm Karo tribe
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    The second one is kind of unreal. Amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by java240 View Post
    35mm ISO 640 - Hamer woman in DIMEKA pub


    70mm Karo tribe


    I don't usually comment on individual photo's (there are so many great ones on these forums), but I'm blown away by the power of those two pictures, especially the second one.

    The look of the subjects themselves, along with the creative & technical accomplishment shown in the way the pictures have been made...words fail me.
    Last edited by LWH; 22nd January 2012 at 23:24.

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    Thanks for the comments, Petster and LWH

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    Thanks for sharing, java240! I am simply in awe with the content and the quality.

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    Jan,

    These six photographic portraits are wonderful...especially in view of the conditions in the Omo Valley. The southern Ethiopia/Sudan area is not very conducive to travel and without a doubt stress any photographic system. All three lenses body and tripod is a major system to trek through this area.

    Was this primarily a photographic trip or were you working with a NGO in this area? Was dust a major issue? Recharging batteries at night? My S2-P batteries are phenomenal but most of this area has just terrible electrical service...Did you carry a laptop or specialized backup storage system?

    However you accomplished it, you have shown us pictures that standout as exemplary of the craft...


    What strikes me most is the obvious rapport you established with each of your subjects...their vulnerability and pathos is so evident. The "Hamer woman in the DIMEKA pub" is stunning - shadows to highlights what a wonderful tonal range and beautiful expressions. And with the 35 ... what a capture...probably will be my next lens.

    Bob

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    Simply wonderful photographs - congratulations.

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    Agree with all of the other posts, Jan. Lovely set of photos.

    Kurt

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    I keep coming back to these images since they were posted. They are quite powerful in their presentation. I can't help but wonder about some of stories behind the individuals depicted, about your travels and the technical aspects of shooting in such an enviorment as Bob has pointed out. Wonderful images!

    Dave (D&A)

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    thank you all for your supportive comments


    I've travelled to many countries (Mongolia, India, Nepal, Tibet, Venezuela, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia...) Ethiopia was surely the best trip I've ever been to. I have to say that by taking pictures you can get closer to local people than if you're just an ordinary traveller. I really like it. Travelling and photographing is my hobby so this was just my private trip.

    I've been considering visiting Ethiopia for at least 4 years. I've seen a lot of beautiful pictures.

    I've gathered some information about the trip at first but I didn't think the travelling would be that safe and comfortable. The south of Ethiopia is safe, that is surely not true about Sudan, I definitely wouldn't go there.

    We had arranged a car 4 x 4, a driver and a guide, booked accomodation in Turmi, Jinka and Konso from where we drove to particular villages by car. When I was booking the trip I asked Ethiopian travel agency for an experienced guide and possibility of flexible programme because of shooting pictures of the local people. I was very pleased with accomodation warm water, electricity. I had 2 S2 batteries with me, the battery life is excellent.

    These days there is dry season in Ethiopia so there's a little problem with the dust but it's bearable. In the rainy season some areas are closed and there are plenty of mosquitos.

    About the backup storage system and laptop I didn't have anything - only 4 x 32GB CF sandisk. I'll have to buy a macbook, it surely will be useful.


    Thank you again everyone

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    After scouting a nearby small lake I was able to find a bit of time this morning to explore it with my S2-P. Lenses include 70S, P67 55 and P67 100Macro.

    Initially very early morning prior to sunrise...about 38F.

    Early Morning Lake
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    Early Morning Lake Through the Trees
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    Wide View Sun Up Early Morning Lake
    S2-P P67 55








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    Here are a few vertical format from later in the morning...


    Early Morning Lake Around the Bend
    S2-P 70S






    Early Morning Lake Leaning Tree on Bank
    S2-P P67 100 Macro






    Early Morning Lake Preening Mallard
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    Another of early morning lake with S2-P

    Early Morning Lake and Fog







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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Another of early morning lake with S2-P

    Early Morning Lake and Fog







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    Wonderful Bob! I love all the natural subtile colors and muted feel, yet it is crisp at the same time. Simply gorgeous.

    What f stop?

    -Marc

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    Hi Marc,

    Thank you...I am trying to find the appropriate paper for these...Hot Press Bright does not capture the subtle details and tones on my 4900 so I am going to give Prem Luster a shot. I love Ilford Galerie Pearl but would love to find a good cotton that allowed all of the Leica S2-P fine details to show up.

    This was with the 70S at F4.0 1/25 sec ISO 320.

    Had a very big rain a couple of days prior ... 5 inches in 12 hours. In Texas that usually muddies the water for a number of days....hence the color of the lake.

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    Heya Bob, I like your pictures, the early morning ones with fog more so than the others as they seem more atmospheric to me.

    I find your white framing and initialling of the pictures interesting too. Pardon my ignorance, but are we looking at photo's of actual physical prints here? If not, congratulations on presenting the pictures in such a way that shows how nice the S2 images must look when actually printed out.

    Les.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LWH View Post
    are we looking at photo's of actual physical prints here?
    Hi Les,

    No this is an very close approximation of how I print the file...in fact
    almost dead on...

    Difference being at times the ratio of the rebate to the picture depending
    upon the paper dimensions. It does limit the size one can view but I do hope it does not appear too affected.

    I also liked the earlier ones...still working on those subtle gradations that show in the early morning with the fog and mist.

    Thanks,

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    Mallard Rests Early Morning Lake








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    Thanks for the info Bob. I like the adjustments you made to that last photo btw.

    Les.

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    Very interesting shots Bob - I love simple clean shots like these that let the subject do the talking!

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    Very interesting shots Bob - I love simple clean shots like these that let the subject do the talking!

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    Thanks Pete,

    Texas in this area makes one work for landscapes...it has a beauty that is at times other-worldly. Rugged, simple but hauntingly beautiful at times...other than Big Bend we have to look for the small landscape that works.

    This area is within 10 minutes of my home and I happened upon it just this past week...I hope to image it throughout the seasons as it is represents a small ecosphere of nature in a most unexpected area.

    Seems like the S2 allows one to interpret a scene from simple clean capture to very stark interpretations of vision...one of the reasons I am so enamored with the system.

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    Bob, these are getting almost Zen like. I could see these in a book with a Zen Koan printed centered and small on the opposite page.

    I do like the more muted ones like the Lake & Fog shot. They feel more quiet and contemplative. There are so many "loud" landscape shots done, it's actually a relief to come across work like this

    I'd love to see a soft snow fall done by you in a similar quiet manner.

    Thanks for posting them,

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    Marc,

    My discovery of this lake was a gift ... such an unexpected place that I did not know existed in the middle of my daily routine. It did evoke such a sense of stillness and awe that I was stunned to find myself there. I usually assume that the majority of the great landscapes are found in travel ... not my day to day routine.

    When I started pulling up the files I could not keep from laughing ... what I had experienced was indeed in the files. And not just one or two but 50 or so. I have not had such a full list of stuff to explore for a long time. Only a couple evoke the quiet contemplative mood of the Lake and Fog picture - such an evanescent time...twenty minutes at most. I need to explore a bit outside the perimeter of the lake for more possibilities.

    Your comment about snow scenes is quite prescient...I have been hoping for a good freeze or snowfall to change the tone around the lake...cannot wait to explore that reality. Probably a light snow that left enough detail to capture the finer elements of the trees and brush.

    I tend to prefer very early spring, fall and winter landscapes as they are much quieter and the natural fractal structure of the trees is more evident. When I am out in summer I tend to desaturate a lot of stuff as it is too loud. May be that I have a problem with bright greens....dark greens are ok.

    The fog-scapes file wise are so flat - without LR4 (3), C1 or Phocus these would be tough to pull out all of the detail and luminous nature of the quiet light. The S2 files keep it and are robust enough to withstand the manipulation necessary to tease out the fine stuff.

    Thank you all for the very gracious comments...I just had to share these as they were such a gift to me.

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    Posting a few with Leica S2-P P67 M* 400 EDIF


    Trees and Stump








    Mallard





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    A couple more with the same lens....


    Trees and Heron at Lake's Edge







    Trees at the Lake's Edge






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    Bob,

    My compliments also on the photos. As a midwesterner, I think some of the best photos that I've seen are from photographers who have taken the time to try to 'see' during the winter months. There is a subtlety to the colors of death and rebirth in the landscape that are difficult to find any other time of the year. The soft pastel light and intricate layers of those months are beautiful. Thanks for posting these.

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    Bob,

    ..to 'see' during the winter months. There is a subtlety to the colors of death and rebirth in the landscape that are difficult to find any other time of the year. The soft pastel light and intricate layers of those months are beautiful.

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    Wonderful description of winter color and light!

    Thanks for your comments.


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    I'm always in danger of waffling on when I scroll down the page and see pictures so good they make my jaw drop in disbelief, so I'll just keep it short.

    Glad you got a closer shot of the Mallard.

    If I don't analyze it, the picture with the Heron looks like a painting.

    I like the muted colours and the way you've used the reflections.

    In general, I like the way the pictures contain so much organic detail while simultaneously presenting what could, superficially, be considered an 'empty' scene.

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    I applaud your effort to make the best of what I call the ugly season. I have a very difficult time motivating myself to go out for landscape photography this time of year. However, I really like your last photo (Trees at Lakes Edge). It is inspiring and a reminder that there is still some beauty to be found even during this gray and ugly time of year.

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    Thanks Mark,

    I do like braving the elements but you are right ... conditions have to be just right to make it worthwhile.

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    | Leica S2-P | Grip | 35mm Summarit ASPH | 70mm Summarit ASPH | 120mm Summarit ASPH|
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    Jan, wonderfully superb portraits! You have truly captured the feeling and essence of these people
    Bob, superb set of pastel shots! The subtlety and depth are amazing! My favourite are the last two shots, and more so the last shot
    Zoomstop, nice set! I really like the first shot!
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    Re: S Is For Show Us Your S2 Shots

    Many great images here.

    I try not to look at this thread, because every time I do, I think to myself....."Self, sell every camera and lens you own, then buy an S2....you won't regret it."

    Perhaps my past actions are coming back to bite me now. To paraphrase the comments of a close friend, whenever I've sent him info about a new camera, lens or printer that ultimately resulted in a hit to his bank account: "Damn you, S2 owners (Gary Benson), damn you!"

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    Pretty cold in Germany these days.
    I am happy to have my S2 back from a trip to Solms (good and fast service by the way).
    Saturday afternoon walk today:



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    Another shot at Great Falls National Park - Apocalypse Brown!

    Apocalypse Brown anyone?


    Apocalypse Brown! by sxudfm, on Flickr
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    Re: Another shot at Great Falls National Park - Apocalypse Brown!

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    Apocalypse Brown anyone?
    It does have something mystic and dark...

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