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I've been away for a while now... :O Just caught up with the last few pages... very nice photos from everyone
I really like your travel photos, m_driscol... I'm heading back to Hong Kong soon... and I'm wondering if I'll be able to capture moments as well as you have.
and again, mohammed, your photos always amaze me, keep up the good work!
Got my Canon 35/2 back from Gerry Smith at Kindermann... he called the lens a piece of crap, but I beg to differ! He also said he never wants to see it again, and I really hope he wont have to! Either way, he did the repair for free (it was a simple loose part problem).
Here's a photo from my crappy Canon 35/2
I've also been asked by a friend to take his camera, a Sony NEX5, for a few weeks and fill it with photos. Here are a few I've taken so far. It was my friend Zak's and Hillary's roomate Christine's birthday on the 22nd... a few photos from there. And a few from the time I spent with Hillary in the past few days. I've been experimenting with a flash and a slow shutter recently... Oh and I also let my friend and Hillary cut my hair.
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Patrick, All Superb!
And nicely done, Cenek.
Nice panning photo Ceh! I think someone needs to start a thread of panning photos. And teach me how to do it!
yeah, good job on the panning! I've never been able to successfully take a photo whilst panning. My few of my friends attempted panning a few years back by having us sprint while she shot. Being athletically challenged, the photo of me "sprinting" lacked any sense of blur whatsoever, my other friends had a little more luck
One of these days, I'll be able to take a picture without a strong line across the bottom quarter. But until that day comes:
M9 28 Cron
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Matt, That Is A Killer Composition With Excellent Contrast! Love It!
Lloyd and Steve,
Thank you. Yes, same reservoir. Guess I'm lazy.
I must say, LR4's tools make it very easy to get close to the look you want, and then a little brush work finishes it.
BTW, does anyone else find that they're just not using any sharpening? Maybe it's the lack of AA filters, but while I can get clearer detail by sharpening, I just don't prefer the look afterwards.
All About The Benjamin...
M9, 35 Lux asph
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Stunning portrait, Steve!
You know, Patrick, even 'crap' lenses can make amazing photos. :-)
Thank you all for yours coments
Godfrey: A little blur doesn't lessen the story it tells, especially if you like it.
Cenek: Definitely looks like spring skiing there!
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A little fun with color, light and focus. M9 and f/0.95.
Zenfolio | Matt Driscoll
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i like them all
"Get Your Ya Ya's Out"
M9, 35 Lux asph
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Thanks Rayyan. :- )
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C, Classic,Brilliant,Love It!
Nicely done Gary! Tons of details on that photo. Nice!
Steve: Love this photo. Colorful, an abstract painting (distort the violin a bit Picasso-like in CS5), nicely balanced. The black frame works great.
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early dawn light...........
got to love E Canada once the weather gets nicer
and a sunset a few days later
and last one, from after dark in the rain
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Riverview, across the river from Moncton
I have been somewhat remiss on commenting directly on shots, as there have so been so many excellent captures. I do like the new like tab, as it allows to acknowledge excellent shots!
Woody, Lloyd, Steve, Cenek, Matt, Steve(great to see you back from the dark side), Joe, Mike, Robert and f 1.0, great shots everyone! If I have missed anyone, I do apologise!
Some shots with the M9 24 and 50 Lux, from Bangkok, at the riverside Buddhist temple, Wat Rakang Kositaram. It is a older and smaller temple, with a great feeling with the monks and people, without feeling touristy!
Tallai, Queensland Australia.
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Hi guys, I'm a long time admirer of this thread, and this is my first contribution because I'm finally a M9 owner after buying Ashwin's black M9. Still learning and getting used to the rangefinder focus mechanism, but I'm eager to share a couple of shots from tonight, shot with the ZM 50mm C-Sonnar.
Hand of an artist:
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Congrats, David, and welcome to this thread. Thankfully, I'll be putting my other M9 to use now, and both M's (yours now, and my 2nd body) will get some use. Great first images. Love the pic of Marilyn that is being hand painted and how you have captured the story in 2 images! Welcome, my friend!