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    Joe, nice shot!

    Thanks for the comments gang

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    1938 Carl Zeiss Jena 5cm F1.5 Sonnar "T" modified into Leica thread mount, at F4, on the M9.

    (Almost forgot, subject moved during exposure... I've heard from one too many people that a Leica cannot be used to get moving kid shots at playgrounds)





    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    My youngest was made fun of by some older kids at the playpark so she was consoled by all of us, but she mostly wanted a hug from Mommy , this was at f2 while walking back to the car

    Too bad our girls do not play at the same playground. Mine would have enjoyed giving her a push on the swing. I'm lucky that at almost 14, she has the philosophy that you are never too old for a playground.

    Beatiful images, everyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    M9, 35 Lux asph
    Steve,
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Went to the coast yesterday hoping to catch some high surf but the waves were relatively tame.

    I was mostly shooting film and was packing things up as the sun was lost behind clouds when when I noticed the light change for a moment. Grabbed my M9 with 90mm elmarit and took a few shots before we lost the light again.



    Cheers,
    this is a terrific photo, joe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    this is a terrific photo, joe!
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    starting them off young...

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    One day I was pulling out of the parking area from work, I looked to my right while waiting for the lights to turn green and noticed this little parking area with a giant coral tree and the pacific ocean behind it. Been working here for over a year now and never noticed this little slice of heaven. So I brought my M9 to work today and tried to capture it the best I can... hope I did it justice.







    with 35mm Summicron V4.
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    S2, Nex, and other toys... still love the M9 and the lenses for this system...
    2 from yesterday . one with the 85 Sonnar, one with the Noctilux. So which is which?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    One day I was pulling out of the parking area from work, I looked to my right while waiting for the lights to turn green and noticed this little parking area with a giant coral tree and the pacific ocean behind it. Been working here for over a year now and never noticed this little slice of heaven. So I brought my M9 to work today and tried to capture it the best I can... hope I did it justice.
    I like all 3 but think the first fits best your "story".
    Now exchange the silver Car for a Ferrari with a nice young lady walking along and its perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    S2, Nex, and other toys... still love the M9 and the lenses for this system...
    2 from yesterday . one with the 85 Sonnar, one with the Noctilux. So which is which?



    Precious Moments! Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Steve,
    This is a Leica
    Thank You C!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Steve - another classic shot! This is great
    Thanks Joe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    My youngest was made fun of by some older kids at the playpark so she was consoled by all of us, but she mostly wanted a hug from Mommy , this was at f2 while walking back to the car

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Leica M9 + CV Nokton 50mm f/1.5
    ISO 160 @ f/4.8 @ 1/350 second


    link to new blog post: Communicating

    I've fallen in love with this freekin' lens. :-0

    Anyway, my book workshop starts this week. The photos that will be featured in the book I produce from it will be this Communicating series. There will be a reception and book signing event on July 5th at ModernBook Gallery in San Francisco to celebrate. It would be great to see some of the locals there. More info as it happens!

    Thanks for looking, comments appreciated.
    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Went to the coast yesterday hoping to catch some high surf but the waves were relatively tame.

    I was mostly shooting film and was packing things up as the sun was lost behind clouds when when I noticed the light change for a moment. Grabbed my M9 with 90mm elmarit and took a few shots before we lost the light again.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    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!









    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    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:


    Good Gracious, I'm Glad I'm Backtracking! Wow, Charles & David

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    More of the unusual usual. Devaraja Market, Mysore, India.

    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/3000s; ISO 400


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/500s; ISO 160


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/2000s; ISO 160


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/180s; ISO 400


    Cheers, Matt

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    Patrick, thank you for the kind words, glad you liked them!

    Nothing better than chillin and fishin under the golden gate bridge ;-)

    M9 + 35cron


    Chillin and Fishin ! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Teach them some music Joe!!


    M8/cron 75 apo
    I Have To Stop This! I've Missed So Much! Matt & Rayyan,Mohammed...Awesome!!!
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    M9, 35 Lux asph
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    One with a 1950 KMZ Jupiter-3, wide-open at F1.5 and minimum focus of ~0.75m using a modified mount.



    I doubt this lens was ever used to take an in-focus image. The optics module was held into a mis-manufactured mount using sewing thread. The focus was way off, and there were no shims - lens was adjusted as far as it could be, still off. I put it in a 1956 KMZ LTM focus mount.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    I like all 3 but think the first fits best your "story".
    Now exchange the silver Car for a Ferrari with a nice young lady walking along and its perfect
    Thanks, Paratom! You're right, I think the scene is set, and in true HCB style, I should have waited a while for that "something" to come by and make it more interesting
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    Steve, thank you very much! Great shot and PP'ing
    Paratom, precious captures!
    Brian, love the rendering with the Jupiter 3!
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    M9, 35 Summilux, ~f/6.7, 1/2000s, ISO 160.
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    Love your Bangkok shots there Charles, beautiful.

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    I'm still in the honeymoon period with my M9.. taking it with me everywhere and snapping at everything. Here's a shot while climbing the stairs to the office.


    35mm Summicron V4, some PP added in lightroom.
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    Aravind, thank you!! Very nice capture.
    David, nice composition)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian S View Post
    One with a 1950 KMZ Jupiter-3, wide-open at F1.5 and minimum focus of ~0.75m using a modified mount.



    I doubt this lens was ever used to take an in-focus image. The optics module was held into a mis-manufactured mount using sewing thread. The focus was way off, and there were no shims - lens was adjusted as far as it could be, still off. I put it in a 1956 KMZ LTM focus mount.
    Beautiful Signature & & Lovely Image Brian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Steve, thank you very much! Great shot and PP'ing
    Thanks Charles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    I'm still in the honeymoon period with my M9.. taking it with me everywhere and snapping at everything. Here's a shot while climbing the stairs to the office.


    35mm Summicron V4, some PP added in lightroom.
    Great Contrast,Color,Mood & Comp David! Enjoyed The Images On Your Blog As Well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedigitalbean View Post


    M9, 35 Summilux, ~f/6.7, 1/2000s, ISO 160.
    Stunning View,Color & Comp, Aravind!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Great Contrast,Color,Mood & Comp David! Enjoyed The Images On Your Blog As Well!
    Many thanks, Steve! It means a lot to me, coming from you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Went to the coast yesterday hoping to catch some high surf but the waves were relatively tame.

    I was mostly shooting film and was packing things up as the sun was lost behind clouds when when I noticed the light change for a moment. Grabbed my M9 with 90mm elmarit and took a few shots before we lost the light again.

    Cheers,
    Awesome!!!! Well done Joe!
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    Lovely stuff everyone. Always a pleasure to see the mix of portraits, landscapes, street, etc here

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Godfrey, nice capture! The CV 50/1.5 Nokton... great lens
    Joe, stunning composition
    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Joe, nice shot!

    Thanks for the comments gang
    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    this is a terrific photo, joe!
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    +1
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    Gentlemen, Amazing Work!
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    Awesome!!!! Well done Joe!
    Thanks everyone for the kind words - much appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Stunning View,Color & Comp, Aravind!
    +1 great exposure Aravind - it's so easy to blow out those lilies but you've got some lovely detail there - well done!
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    It's been a while since I've been here (I feel as if I start EVERY post like this now). Everyone's posted some pretty great work since I left!


    Steve, your photo of "Benjamin Franklin" (I think... I know nothing about american history) put a smile on my face, and the photo of the woman infront of the ad was just stunning.

    CharlesK, your photos from bangkok were nothing short of amazing!

    Hosermage, your "hands of an artist" and photos of your family were a pleasure to view

    Now that I have a little free time (my first year of university just came to a close, no more classes, just assigments!), I'll be sure to post a little more. Should have some images up later tonight!

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    I've picked up a new lens recently, the Voigtlander 28/3.5 Color Skopar! I wasn't quite sure what to expect from it at first, but after a day of shooting, I fell in love with it. I'm almost scared to say that I might like it more than my beloved Canon LTM lenses (50/1.8 and 35/2). Oddly enough, I find it better as a black an white lens. It's colour renditions are just kinda whack on the M8. It's tack sharp, has decent distortion control, and is extremely portable and unobtrusive. I can see it becoming my standard lens... giving the amazing Canon 35/2 a run for it's money (which is extremely sad for me because I really... REALLY wanted to fall in love with the lens, but never got the chance to).

    Here's what the little lens can do!

    All these were taken with an M8 and Voigtlander 28mm f3.5 Color Skopar

    Eric Haldenby, a professor of mine and the director of my program. Really cool guy!


    Wezzzzleeeeyy







    And finally, to top it all off, an image from my Canon 35/2.

    I really do enjoy waking up next to her, starting my day off with her, and of course concluding it with her in my arms. She's someone I can spend an endless amount of time with and not get sick of. She's someone who I seem to always want to support and encourage, someone I want to see grow. She understands me and is infinitely patient with me.

    Oh and ontop of all that, she's become my photography padawan... going to purchase an RD-1 within the week!

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    Sorry, gang, like Patrick, a girl has stole my affections...

    By the way, great pics, Patrick, and wonderful use of that awesome 28 f/3.5 skopar. I really need to use mine more...it's fantastic, and you are showing this.

    Additionally, great images, in no specific order:

    1. Joe Hakim: Great, great cap of the waterfront
    2. Robert, fantastic images in close up of your kiddo
    3. Patrick, wonderful pics of your lady. I see that she isn't camera-shy
    4. David (Hosermage), I see that you are putting the M9 to great great use
    5. Paratom, lovely portrait, and beautiful eyes on the little one
    6. Steve, lovely metal woman!
    7. TheDigitalBean, fantastic use of close up for the 35 lux
    8. Mohammad, that pic of the fisherman and the bridge...my gosh, amazing....
    9. Godfrey, wonderful street scene
    10 Matt, more colorful magic from you, my friend. See you soon!
    12. Charles, you are up to your usual tricks with your fantastic, at ease portraiture
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    Speaking of the lady who has won my affections, I have been taking a few photos of her...a couple of images to share with you all...






    And one happy dude with this fine lady:
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    thedigitalbean, Patrick and Ashwin, many thanks!!!
    Patrick, absolutely love your impromptu and very real shots! Great stuff
    Ashwin, congratulations on your beautiful lady A wonderful set of glowing shots!

    Some more street shots from Bangkok, with the 50 Lux







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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Speaking of the lady who has won my affections, I have been taking a few photos of her...a couple of images to share with you all...
    Congratulations Ashwin......all the best.

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    Moving to Japan and the birth of my son has keep me a little busy theses past months . Not leaving me much time to comment or post any images, I have been checking in on this thread from time to time to check out the new images that have been posted .... and have really enjoyed them ... Thanks ....

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    Ashwin, mazel tov. Won't be too long before you are too busy with her to take other photos. Ah, such is life. These are the most important pictures anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Speaking of the lady who has won my affections, I have been taking a few photos of her...a couple of images to share with you all...
    Congratulations Ashwin - there's a real glow to these photos and I don't mean the "Leica glow"
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    ashwinrao1;Speaking of the lady who has won my affections, I have been taking a few photos of her...a couple of images to share with you all...
    And one happy dude with this fine lady:

    ..supeb

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    CharlesK,
    Some more street shots from Bangkok, with the 50 Lux

    Charles,
    beautiful pictures
    I particularly like the portrait of the young ladies

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    ShiroKuro;
    Moving to Japan and the birth of my son has keep me a little busy theses past months . Not leaving me much time to comment or post any images, I have been checking in on this thread from time to time to check out the new images that have been posted .... and have really enjoyed them ... Thanks ....
    M8.2 35 Summaro
    ..Congratulations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Great Contrast,Color,Mood & Comp David! Enjoyed The Images On Your Blog As Well!
    +1

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    I'm on my phone checking this thread, and I really wish I could view it on a larger screen because all these images are absolutely beautiful! Thanks for the compliments all!

    Ashwin, Congrats on the lady, and those are some very beautiful shots!

    Charles, the set is amazing, and I love the one of the men sitting and the portrait of the lady! All your images are so full of colour and have this very... foreign feel to them which certainly fit them very well.

    ShiroKuro, I hope Japan is treating you well and Congrats on the son beautiful photo!

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