Thank you Steve
Thank you Steve
Great shots all.. some of my faves since the birth of this new new thread..
Rain storms along the coast this afternoon. Couple shots with the 28 Cron
One with the 35 Lux II
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Charles, Inviting 3Some! For Some Reason # 2 Is Calling Me! I Could Daydream For Hours Staring At These But I Must Put My Long Underwear On & Head To Work!
Steve sjg284, very nice rendition of Christmas
Steve, Thanks for the kind words
How do I upload a full sized jpeg instead of a thumbnail?
Lloyd, I used an IR profile in Silver Efex Pro (as opposed to a physical IR filter).
Matt, yep, thatís Central Park.
Thanks! Terrific lens, as you know.
Central Park wasn't much of a guess, since we were both there recently. You clearly had more time. We drove up from DC on Friday morning and returned to DC on Sat. afternoon. I don't have any photos of the New Jersey Turnpike.
Beautiful photo of the detail on this building! Lots to see, and photograph, in NYC.
A few of Times Square at night. Cheers, Matt
1. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/30s @ f/6.7; ISO 160
2. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/30s @ f/5.7; ISO 160
3. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/30s @ f/13; ISO 160
David and Matt... Thanks alot
Wow, the stuff that's appeared in this new thread is just spectacular. Big applause to everyone, as Charles Foster Kane demonstrates above.
I'm still going through the almost 1200 images I took in Israel. Here are three of the latest, from the town of Tzfat (also sometimes spelled Sefod or Zefod or similar). The old town in Tzfat looks much like it did in the 1500s, when Rabbi Joseph Caro wrote the "Shulchan Aruch" (a major compilation of Jewish Law and commentary) there. It still hosts a prominent Orthodox Jewish community, an artists colony, and is a center for the study of Kaballah (Jewish mysticism).
This is Alon, who is a painter and photographer. He knew what a Leica was, and even asked to take a picture of me with it after I photographed him:
This is Yaakov, who is originally from France. He, like Alon, recognized my Leica. He told me about the photo to the right of his head, where he went into the desert, took a photo of himself with a self-timer, and then used some pretty modern digital techniques to get the B&W effect he wanted.
And this gentleman was making pan bread for the lunch crowd.
Happy Holidays from Seattle!
CEH, I absolutely love your awareness of light and shadow! I really appreciate your captures!
1. Times Square; 2. The Dakota, NYC; 3. Upper Times square; 4. Lower Times Square. Cheers, Matt.
1. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/350s @ f/1.7; +1 EV; ISO 80
2. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/500s @ f/1.7; ISO 80
2. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/4000s @ f/2.4; +1 EV; ISO 80
2. M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/180s @ f/3.4; ISO 160
Matt, amazing shots!!! The rendering is awesome
Peter Klein, the colour version is great! It is add so much more to the location
Shots from this afternoon at Elephant Rock, at Currumbin Beach, with 28 Elmarit and M9
M9 - 35mm lux ASPH
Frame - old Kuwaiti house
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M (Typ240), Lux 24mm ASPH, Lux 35mm FLE, Cron APO 75mm ASPH, 60mm Macro-Elmarit-R, 80-200mm Vario-Elmar-R. Sony a7S
Steve .... Thanks so much
M9, 90 Cron asph
Steve, great shot! You can feel the pain within. Timely shot to have empathy for those in need during the Christmas period