You guys are overpowering me, I can't comment on everything, haha. Ashwin, I like the stone cold processing of the arched brick way. the wedding shots are great, especially the mirror reflection shot.
Ryan, texturs of grass and color is very good.
The mountains, is that Cape Town? Pardon my question if obvious to some, just checking, maybe it's not, but it reminds me of shots there. WOW, green is right!
Here's a slightly different take on that view towards The windward shore from Pali lookout.
M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/90s @ f/16; +2/3 EV; ISO 160
Thanks Matt, I've seen neither in person, so that could account for my lack of knowing the difference. Beautiful for sure!
Great shots everyone!
Loving SEP2 which I downloaded today.
M9, 90 Cron apo
speaking of Cron's someone is getting an old 90 beater tomorrow... Well, maybe tomorrow! Great shot Steve for an old APO lens.
dang,send that crystal ball to me, I don't see that right now... lol.
what you guys think on this shot? I may have mis-tweaked the color, not sure. I can't decide if I like it or not, in some ways it's ok anyway.
good set of trails down to the river...
I really wanted to capture the mood of the fog over the river, but there wasn't much shot here.
Finally, this plant seems to know what we want to see early... Well, not the thorns, but the green! F4, 800 iso 35 cron of course.
Experimenting with B&W so here's the Ghosts of Rhyolite past ...
Thanks Lloyd & Steve
Steve, the artist shot is beautifully captured and timeless, well done!
Doug, that 3rd shot is very nice.
A few more SEP2 conversion. Worth the upgrade!
M9 35Lux ASPH
Nice set Ryan, good to see you here!
Signs of Love - on planet earth, allegedly:
signs of sludge on planet Earth.
thanks much Steve. You too Ryan. It was very dark looking that day after the rain, and in fact it started sprinkling a bit while out. I put my M9 under my sweatshirt! That made it quit.
I am quite taken by the reality of these images, the mood and tone is I think pretty much spot on with what I saw on the trails. That's pretty impressive for the M9 I think, capturing a place with such detail, in such dark and dank conditions, really says a lot about the camera's capability.
Ryan/Graham/Joe/Doug: Brilliant stuff! Thanks for sharing.
One from this weekend.
M8, 50 Cron. Silver Efex Pro 2
There's been some amazing work in this thread over the last few weeks everyone...
Here's once I was playing with, using SEP2. Just playing around with the software a bit. I think I still make better B&W conversions in PS using channel mixer, etc., but I think there is great potential with the software (for me, at least).
a900, a7r, FE 16-35, FE 70-200 Leica R lenses: 35 f/2, 50 f/2, 60 macro, Minolta 24mm, 35-70 f/4, Sony G 70-300
Celebrating The Golden Jubilee of the Independence of the State of Kuwait
M9 + Noctilux f/0.95
M9 + 24mm Summilux + ND10
M (Typ240), Lux 24mm ASPH, Lux 35mm FLE, Cron APO 75mm ASPH, 60mm Macro-Elmarit-R, 80-200mm Vario-Elmar-R. Sony a7S
Some shots on my way home the other day
not sure....I think I may actually like the B/W version of #3 better: