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    Spent the week in San Luis Obispo CA on business and was able to get out a bit shots were with 35 and 50mm Cron


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    Quote Originally Posted by GMB View Post
    Some more with the M9 and 50 cron







    Wow, GMB, these are amazing captures!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Another day , another spam attack by Robert the Leica addict . both cron 50 and M8

    BTW If you guys get sick of my kid shots let me know , I used to get annoyed when I saw kid shots, until i had kids, now I understand


    here is my eldest in the last moment of sunlight while we were walking in the woods, I ran ahead of her to take this as she was skipping along




    this next ne is an experiment, I keep lusting after a film M body for no reason, so I decided to make a Slide *style* preset , let me know what you think:

    Beautiful series of caps, Robert!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post
    Shiro, is that your child on the skateboard? I'm impressed by your ability to focus on such a fast moving subject :P I ran into a family today, they were at a parking lot skateboarding (yes, even the father, who looked about 30). I asked if I could take a few photos, and I found it extremely difficult focusing and framing with the kids skating around everywhere!

    I'll post those photos up after I'm done processing them

    Handed in my last project of the year yesterday... finally done with my first year in university! Naturally... my friends and I threw a little celebration and got wasted...

    Here's the caption I wrote for one of the photos I had on flickr...

    "My first year in university came to an end on April 20th, 2012. A few friends had to leave Cambridge the next day, as we all will within the next week. A few of us come from the same city, though as a group, we'll be apart for the next four months. As Chris said, it'll be a bittersweet summer. Naturally, we threw one last jam, as our way of celebrating the conclusion of our first year and to say goodbye to the few who left early. As usual, we all ended up in an inebriated buzz. Only eight months ago we were all strangers. It's nice looking back and seeing how far we've all come. We've had our differences and disagreements, but we've overcame them and grew closer. I've made friends here that I can trust and relate to, and I'm more than thankful for that.

    It'll be hard to say goodbye to my friends, even the ones that live close to me, but it'll be even harder to say goodbye to Hillary. We've only been together for roughly four months, but time works differently in Cambridge... one month feels like a few, and naturally people and relationships develop much the same way. On our way back home from our little get together, drunk Patrick told drunk Hillary that he loves her lots but doesn't see them as a couple. In some ways, I agree with drunk Patrick, I don't feel as if we're a couple, or at least... not a couple that I'm used to seeing or being a part of. I see her as a sort of... best friend, someone I trust myself with, someone I can be open and true to, someone I can explore with. At the same time, I deeply care for Hillary, I want to be there for her whenever she needs me, I want to watch her grow as a person and grow with her. I see her as my sidekick, and much like with my friends, I'm more than thankful I have her. I know there are people that don't approve of our relationship, but I can't be happier with it. I'd like to think that what under-the-influence Wesley said is true, that "Hatrick is the coolest couple ever!"

    When we got home, I set up a few lights and took a few photos of her to pass the time while we waited for the Kraft Dinner to cook. We were both still buzzed, happy that we had one last amazing night with the friends we care for so much, but feeling sick from all the stuff we drank. I feel as if the set of photos captured the feel of last night and the coming summer very well; it was and will be a lot of fun, we all looked forward to it, though it won't be without a little pain.

    Goodbye for now, guys. I'm looking forward to seeing you all soon "

    Anyway, I'll be posting some better photos soon, just gotta process them! Here's a few photos we took with the R-D1 and Nokton 40/1.4. Surprisingly, my ability to focus a rangefinder and move lights remain somewhat unchanged whilst I'm inebriated :P





    My gosh, these are beyond great. Strong work, guys, and welcome to Hilary!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Just got back from Bali, staying up in Ubud. So many excellent images, and credits to catch up on
    Congrats Patrick and Hilary, on being able to share your passion!!! Many great spontaneous portraits with passion!!
    Chris, beautiful story and images
    Charles, so many awesome shot! Love the stark B&W.
    Matt, great shots
    Robert, very nice capture with the 50 Cron.
    Steve,SJG, nice street shot!
    Hoserimage, amazing portraits series
    Jeff, I love the first and last shot!

    Shots are from the last few days, staying at Ubud at Bali. All the shots are with 24 and 50 Lux This set is from the Mother Temple at Basikah, where there have been almost month most religious celebrations.









    Your usual magnificence, Charles!
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    test shot of my IR/UV cut filter on my elmarit M 135 from 1973

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    David, Vibrant Color & Very Nice Set!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    You Never Disappoint, Charles! Wow...Magnificent!
    David, Charles, just as Steve says.

    BTW, David love that shot of your son. Cute little monster.


    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Shiro, Excellent Set! Love The Last One With The Boy & Girl!
    My fav as well. Great work, Charles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    M9 0.95, ND 10 Stop
    Ok, ok, we're not worthy!!! This is in the FREAKING AMAZING category. :bug eyes: One of your best ever street portraits, Steve!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    Hey, mike, you found my shoe!

    SOmething about this image, David. Great stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hillary.hc.chang View Post
    Hi! This is my first post on this forum although apparently you guys all know me already - says patrick who posts photos of me all the time. so it's my turn now :P



    (taken with Epson RD-1)
    Welcome, Hilary. I see that you have adapted to the rangefinder way so quickly...this is a great place to share, and Patrick and you have added a great dimension with you images of your shared lives together. Fantastic work, and I'm looking forward to seeing more!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    A few from the past week's trip to Santa Monica:

    Saw this guy coming:




    Finally, my Noct and M were returned from being calibrated yesterday, so I was just playing around:



    Thanks for looking! C&C always appreciated,
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    Excellent set, Bob. These two really jumped out for me. Love the fact that the green-haired guy on the trike was wearing Ugs! Great catch.

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    Okay, trying to catch up, but hopelessly behind. I've been visiting XPro-1 and NEX-7 land, recently, but will have an exciting now piece of Leica kit to shoot come Monday or Tuesday....in the meantime, I hope that everyone is well!

    Speaking of what I have been up to, here's some X-Pro1 love (justified in posting this here, as I have an adapter and some of the shots here are with M glass...

    IQ is M-like, for sure, with better high ISO....focus remains an issue, particularly in low light, were all of that high ISO goodness could come in handy....

































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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    What are these?
    Magic lamps, I answered. Will a genie appear if I rub them, he asked.

    Depends, I said. What do you want?
    All the Kameras and all the lenses, he said. And a bike, please.


    Why?, I asked. The bike to carry my cameras and lenses.
    Great story (as always), and great image to go with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Okay, trying to catch up, but hopelessly behind. I've been visiting XPro-1 and NEX-7 land, recently, but will have an exciting now piece of Leica kit to shoot come Monday or Tuesday....in the meantime, I hope that everyone is well!
    Did you get an advance sample of what's being announced on May 10th?

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    Gosh, I wish....

    No, no insider info on what's coming on May 10th, other than all of the hints and whispers and what's been poste at LUF and LeicaRumors....but it's quite tasty nonetheless....a much anticipated M mount lens...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Okay, trying to catch up, but hopelessly behind. I've been visiting XPro-1 and NEX-7 land, recently, but will have an exciting now piece of Leica kit to shoot come Monday or Tuesday....in the meantime, I hope that everyone is well!
    oooh, do tell, does it rhyme with 0.95?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    oooh, do tell, does it rhyme with 0.95?
    Nah, he has that one already. :jealous:

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Gosh, I wish....

    No, no insider info on what's coming on May 10th, other than all of the hints and whispers and what's been poste at LUF and LeicaRumors....but it's quite tasty nonetheless....a much anticipated M mount lens...
    I'll guess; is it a Contax 40/f2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nah, he has that one already. :jealous:



    I'll guess; is it a Contax 40/f2?
    No, I tried that out already LOL.... The Contax 45 is a great lens on the M9, by the way...





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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    No, I tried that out already LOL.... The Contax 45 is a great lens on the M9, by the way...
    Ok. Guess we'll have to be patient and wait. (Unless Robert is right and it's the "other brand" 0.95?

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    But I'll give you a hint, Lloyd...the lens is in the pic...and the pic was taken by the lens...



    Two more images from said lens....



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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    But I'll give you a hint, Lloyd...the lens is in the pic...and the pic was taken by the lens...
    Ok. Robert was right about the aperture. Now you can shoot in STEREO at 0.95!

    Looking forward to some side-by-side comparisons.

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    Now if only I had the disposable cash to enable my knowledge of lenses!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    oooh, do tell, does it rhyme with 0.95?
    Ha...love it.


    Rhymes with XLCar Tragic...
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    Since dinner in this household becomes a verbal jousting match, here's a bleach bypass version of a philosophy major (OK, double honors in math and physics with philosophy as a third major) conceding a point:



    and the unspoken winner of all debates (since she has the sense to keep her mouth shut):


    Both with M9 and Summilux 75.

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    Steve, Charles, Patrick, Rayyan, Lloyd and Ashwin, thank you guys, always appreciated

    Steve, great portrait capture with the one eye open
    Charles, love this baseball series, particularly the standoff in the last shot
    David, very nice capture of your son
    Robert, rga, love the last two shots, and the lighting in the last shot!!
    Rayyan, beautiful almost suspended shots of the lanterns!
    Chris, nicely rendered portrait!
    Ashwin, amazing set of the shots with the X Pro 1! This is one of the first series, that I have seen with M glass. Very nice rendering and feel to the shots I have always love the look of Fuji film and their knowledge how it relates to the look of the image.
    Looking forward to your side by side comparisons with the battle of the 0.95'ers

    Last week, I received last my 50 Nocti f 1.0 IV, specifically for portraits, weight and ergonomics is slightly smaller and lighter, than the 0.95. To my surprise the lens was in perfect calibration for a 16 year old lens

    Some shots this weekend with the 50 Nocti f 1.0 IV






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    Chris: Nice pics, and eerily similar looks from your two protagonists.

    Charles: Great work with the Nocti. Nothing wrong with that lens!
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    ARGH. Ashwin, you make me one jealous boy. That X-Pro1 produces some beautiful images, and your new toy is quite the blessing! Amazing work with both gadgets The "XLCar Tragic WiperSlime" has been on my radar for the longest time... I think I prefer the photos it makes to the Noctilux... well sometimes at least.

    Ended up selling my Hexar RF today, though... due to a little disagreement with my father, I ended up losing most of the money shortly after. Had my eyes on a few lenses prior to losing the cash, including a collapisble cron and a summitar. Figured I'd spend my day familiarizing myself with the 50mm focal length... just to see if I can justify spending that much on a 50! My findings: 50 will take some getting used to on the M8... and my $60 Jupiter 8 takes more interesting photos than my Canon 50/1.8 Serenar. The Serenar will be up for sale soon... if anyone's interested, lemme know!

    It was a beautiful day out today Spent a lot of it outside with Hillary. I really enjoy climbing playgrounds and sitting on monkey bars. Hillary calls me a man-child, and I can't agree more!

    Hillary cleaning her lenses M8 + J8


    On our way to the park... it's kinda hard focusing and walking backwards at the same time! M8 + Serenar


    And then she accidentally swallowed her gum... M8 + J8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great story (as always), and great image to go with it.
    Lloyd, than you very much.

    Charles, Ashwin..SE Asia, new toys, wonderful pictures. Great stuff you two!!

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    Lloyd and Rayyan, thank you very much
    Patrick, wonderful captures of Hillary Love the rendering!
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    Excellent portrait Ashwin
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    Thanks for the comments on the Baseball set .... I hadn't realized that he looked like a girl but now I see how the bokeh makes it look like he has long hair ,that combined with the button on his hat ... but it is a boy , two of the youngest players for the ONO ISHI ... This league does have girls playing and they are really good ..... why shouldn't they be ... any way good fun watching these kids play .They have the outmost respect for the game ,other players and their coaches . At the end of each game or practice you will see a kid return, take his hat of and bow to an empty playing field .

    Three from todays walk .......







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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    Thanks for the comments on the Baseball set .... I hadn't realized that he looked like a girl but now I see how the bokeh makes it look like he has long hair ,that combined with the button on his hat ... but it is a boy , two of the youngest players for the ONO ISHI ... This league does have girls playing and they are really good ..... why shouldn't they be ... any way good fun watching these kids play .They have the outmost respect for the game ,other players and their coaches . At the end of each game or practice you will see a kid return, take his hat of and bow to an empty playing field .

    Three from todays walk .......



    M8.2 50 summilux v2
    Very nice set, Charles. Something about that middle one really grabs me. It's a haunting image.

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    My parents and I had a conversation bout the differences between Japanese and Chinese culture a few days ago. It's kind of amazing to see how much respect the Japanese have for the things they do, have, and for each other. I wonder if something like that can be captured in a photo!

    Nice photos Charles! I like the way you do black and whites... I tried editing similarly yesterday :P

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    this is exquisite, Bob.

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    One from Brussels Flea Market & Olives from the Antwerp Saturday market.
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    Thanks, everyone....new toys for sure...

    NEX-7 and SLR Magic Hyperprime f/0.95


    XPro-1 and SLR Magic Hyperprime f/0.95


    M9 and SLR Magic Hyperprime f/0.95
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    You went and did it, didn't you!!

    (The Fuji sure has nice color.)

    Looking forward to more.

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    Congrats, Ashwin. Good thing the lens didn't come with that awful green ring. BTW, did you get a hawk's helicoid adapter for the NEX7? I'm just wondering how close you can focus that sucker with the hawk's adapter. Is the MFD 0.7m on the M9?

    Just noticed your facial expressions... looks like you were most happy using the Fuji! ;-)
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    Yeah, I asked SLR Magic to make it "Stealth" black. It's built to very high standards (at a Noctilux level or close), Gosh, ,I'd love to get a Hawk's adapter, but I am certain that they are only on Ebay, right? I don't do Ebay/Paypal, so that may be off limits to me? The MFD is 0.7 M on the M9...As for the facial expressions, LOL, good one...I was suprised how easy the thing was to focus with on the Fuji. DOF allows for very precise focus plane assessment. The M9 will provide the best files, but the XPro-1 is quite a wee camera!!!
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    Leica M8.2 50 Summilux V2

    Ashwin, the Xpro-1 is an amazing camera , you have shown what this camera is capable of in the right hands .....Looking forward to trying one out .
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    Great set, Charles. Impressive separation and bokeh in the first two. Fun shot there for the third.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ced View Post
    One from Brussels Flea Market & Olives from the Antwerp Saturday market.
    M9 35'Cron. f2
    Nice. Terrific color.

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    Ashwin let me know when you have a yard sale on all your old stuff

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    Will do, Robert...lol...
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    Actually, Robert, it's a long hike from New Brunswick to Seattle. Better just let us here in the neighborhood deal with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Speaking of what I have been up to, here's some X-Pro1 love (justified in posting this here, as I have an adapter and some of the shots here are with M glass...



    So Many Superb Images Ash But I Must Go With This One! You Could Light Up A Stadium With That Smile!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    No, I tried that out already LOL.... The Contax 45 is a great lens on the M9, by the way...



    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    But I'll give you a hint, Lloyd...the lens is in the pic...and the pic was taken by the lens...



    Two more images from said lens....


    More Smokin Work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Last week, I received last my 50 Nocti f 1.0 IV, specifically for portraits, weight and ergonomics is slightly smaller and lighter, than the 0.95. To my surprise the lens was in perfect calibration for a 16 year old lens

    Some shots this weekend with the 50 Nocti f 1.0 IV





    Big Congrats On The Newly Acquired Noct Charles! Great Set!

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    Excellent portrait Ashwin
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    Leica M8.2 50 Summilux V2

    Ashwin, the Xpro-1 is an amazing camera , you have shown what this camera is capable of in the right hands .....Looking forward to trying one out .
    Shiro, These Are Off The Chart's Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Since dinner in this household becomes a verbal jousting match, here's a bleach bypass version of a philosophy major (OK, double honors in math and physics with philosophy as a third major) conceding a point:



    and the unspoken winner of all debates (since she has the sense to keep her mouth shut):


    Both with M9 and Summilux 75.

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    Chris, The 75 Lux Is So Noct Like! Really Nice!

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