A shot from 2 days ago, at Currumbin beach with the 35 Lux II
A little bit of whimsy for a Sunday evening.
Wow! This thread keeps getting better all the time. Great shots everyone!
Haven't posted for awhile, was either shoveling snow or recovering from shoveling snow, what a winter
A few pics this afternoon at the library, then home for bath-time! M9 35Lux ASPH.
Thanks for looking,
T streng... Thank you! You more welcome to visit anytime The shot was processed RAW through C1 Pro outputed to CS5. The film like appearance, is one of the benefits of using C1 as it add a richness and depth that I find lacking in CS5 for the moment.
Matt... Thanks a lot No tripod, just set the hyperfocal distance and have some fun shooting I rarely use tripods now with the M9, and love the fact that you can travel light.
Bill... nice shot!!!
Cindy... superb composition!!! Amazing moment captured
Joe .... love the magical moments captured of your son
Good stuff this weekend all
Joe- Seems you are having the same kind of winter as me
Great series, this is my fave
Hopefully it's only a temporary problem!
Nice shot.. making me consider filling my 15->35 gap on my M8!
Thanks to each of you - from me and Misha the Husky!
Bill, Lloyd, Shtarka, Sjg284, Driscoll, thank you very much for your kind words. The unusual colour is the local trains signum.
So many great shots in this thread it is inspiring just watching!
OT - Now I am off to my dealer to borrow a Voightländer 15mm for a few days. if it is any good it stays.....
M8 / 40mm Summicron
Just spent a really enjoyable weekend shooting on the street. Here's a few from the hundreds I'm still trawling through
I hope you'll permit me to post another, taken with the E-P1 and the CV 75mm. There's not a damn thing in focus anywhere in the frame, but it's one of my favourites
I think the last shot is terrific as well. Looking forward to more.
M9, 50mm Noct E60
Thank you Lloyd, Charles, Joe and Steve.
Joe, The photos of your son are priceless. My favorites are #1 and #2.
Henry Fool, This photo is stunning.
Charles, Currumbin beach photo is stunning.
Mike Woods, I love the OOF EP-1 shot!...and all of them. Nice.
Bill, Your dog is beautiful.
Steve, You really nailed the focus with the Nocti.
Thank you Steve, I sold my M8 and lenses in 2009, now I am buying again.
Bought the 35 cron, 50 lux and 90 cron, all pre-asph. when I get my tax return I am going to buy the M9.
Thanks Lloyd, all is well. Hope all is well with your family to. I have been enjoying your photo's on flickr.
I should have listened to you when you said I would regret selling. I DO!
Now keep posting those great images!
Haven't been shooting my M8 much, but I did shoot a self-portrait with it the other night, out of boredom. Used the Voigtlander 35/1.2 and Nik Color Efex for "cross-process".
"Hear No Evil"
A few from our weekend away. M8u+Nocti F1.0
Steve, Cindy ... Thank you
Mike, great series of street shots!!!
Well, I am back in the States, making it home safe and sound, with 5 memory cards full of images. But before I get there, I wanted to express my joy in viewing so many beautiful images in the past few days.
Thanks to all of you for your kind words on my preliminary set (all processed via the MacBook Air, who's primary limitationb is screen real estate...makes the dust hard to pick up...
Steve, your black and white captures just continue to astound.
Lloyd, your mountain colors are inspiring. I am glad that they cheered you up
Dan, the king of composition strikes again; great images.
Charles, those beach shots are amazing and really show off your wonderful creative look.
Bill, that Husky looks poised to pounce. Great eye, great capture
Daniel, more wide magic and time lapse beauty from you. You really need to consider a book of these amazing captures. Unique to what I have seen in the RF world'
Cindy, that image of the man and the background model is PERFECTLY composed!!!
Joe, great and colorful captures of the little one!
Henry, I love the 40 'cron portrait. Looks like a noir movie clip!
Mike W, great images as usual. The last one really pops for me, given the subtle undertones in the soft focus presentation
Hans, great environmental portrait!
Mike, it's the classic RF self-portrait. Well seen and processed!
Boymerang, lovely as usual, love the OOF part of the gull shot.
It's off to bed for me. 27 hours in transit, and 36 hours without sleep lead to this set of images, processed tonight....
Aw, heck, why not a few more to share:
And a couple in color: