JKung, 2 Wonderful Images!
JKung, 2 Wonderful Images!
Jkung very nice shots from BKK
Dan congratulations on your M9. Nice shots!
From a recent break near the White Cliffs, Dover. M8 and CV25mm:
Nice shot Mike. You like your CV 25 huh?
Dang Steve, you didn't fall for my Noctilux trap, I should not have put it in a Voigt directory.
Yeah, sorry Steve, I'm slipping, I wanted to surprise the lil' group.
The 1.1 Nokton isn't a Noctilux, but for 999.00, it offers a lot of value. I bought it Wed, and Stephen @ Camera quest had it in my PO Box on Friday!
Please Steve, try to keep up.
Been away for almost a month, travelling in Andalucia - Spain. I have been quite relaxed and have not even brought the camera all the time, but a few shoots have indeed been recorded Here's one...
Dan, what an amazing capture you have here...your sigature patterned style, with the human element...great!
COngrats, Dan, on the new M9...Wonderful first stroll in Gasworks, which I bike by everyday...I need to get back there, and your photos remind me of this. Enjoy the ride with what I consider to be the best computer in the world.
Mike, Pretty Shot!
Dan, superb shot
Man Oh Man
The Pix post from the past several days have just blown me away! I try to visit this thread every day (Thanks again Lloyd for starting this) and always enjoy what I see, but you folks have outdone yourselves!!
If you guys get tired of my kid...let me know. I may be a wee bit partial...but she is the best looking thing I can photograph
By the way...focusing with the Leica is FAR more accurate than I would have guessed in my wildest dreams My Nikon has been busy for the last few weeks doing nothing but collecting dust. I will say, I have more keepers with my 35 Cron ASPH wide open than I have with several of my Nikon AF f/1.4 lenses when shot at f/2. The AF in the latest lenses have been very poor IMO
Beautiful Ryan, she's the best thing I've seen on these pages. :-) That color yellow flower shot is meant to be framed. Perfect.
Voigtlander appears to be road worthy...
Ryan, beautiful portrait shots of your family My favourites are #3 and 4. I agree with about AF, as my 5DII, also had many issues calibration on some lenses, particularly for portraits wide open. Love the MF with the M9
Dan, Congratulations on the M9. Your photos from the gasworks are great.
Ryan, I love 3 and 4. Your "girls" are beautiful.
Photojazz, really interesting photos.
Steve, Congratulations on the new lens. Love the blossoms.
Sjg/Steve, Beautiful light in #2 and like your b&w conversion.
One of the many plant sales at the University of Washington Botanic Gardens . . . . . I thought it was a fair trade-off. I got to purchase a M9, then I had the pleasure of spending time supporting her plant habit . . . . . Snapped a couple of shots while waiting outside in the rain . . . . .
M9 with the Voigtlander 50mm f1.5 Nokton ASPH.
[QUOTE=rsolti13;297932]If you guys get tired of my kid...let me know. I may be a wee bit partial...but she is the best looking thing I can photograph
Ryan, beautiful shots of your family, I love the one with daughter and mom!
Thanks for sharing.
All of them a real treat! Thanks for posting! Cheers, Matt
A few from Venice
Great shots guys!
Ryan, lovely shots of your daughter and wife. They're lucky to have such a good photographer in the family. Those shots will still be beautiful in 20 years and it's so much better than the random, poorly executed snaps that most people keep as memories.
GMB, The Whole Set Is Breath Taking! Bravo!!!
Here are some from Normandy lat August. All with M9 and Noctilux f1.
These 2 shot take from pattaya beach
BTW, Thx for everyone lovely comment!!!
nice stuff GMB.
Dan, CV 1.5 asph rocks. :-) I hope I made right decision on the 1.1.
nice BW shots JK
Luka, no. 4 great image, I like the complexity and structure.
Replica of a war dog memorial that exists in Guam, on Veteranary campus of University of Tennessee:
Photojazz, thanks for sharing the shots of the unique memorial!
BTW, the 50/1.5 is a wonderful lens (JMHO) and when I purchased it I believe the asking price was $499.00 new vs the current $599.00. I am sure the 50/1.1 is a stellar lens. The Voigtlander lens are great value for the price, once again JMHO. The 50/1.5 is also lighter and smaller the the 50/1.1 which you would expect. With all that said, I would not mind owning the 50/1.1 just for the narrower depth of field and additional low light capability. Not sure I would want to replace the 50/1.5, I like it on the Leica and the micro four-thirds camera.
. . . . . Semper Fi . . . . .