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    Wrought iron gate after a spring rain, Charleston, SC in April. M9, 50mm Summilux, 1/125 sec., ISO 640

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    On a rainy Seattle evening.
    M9/35AA

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    tsk tsk tsk... No chimping!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    When you were at college?

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    Great work as usual everyone... I love this thread

    It's getting close to announcement next week. Hopefully we get something good

    Here are some random shots from earlier in the year.... I'll add more when I get a chance...

    Thanks guys...











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    Look to the Rose that blows about us---"Lo,

    Laughing," she says, "into the World I blow:

    At once the silken Tassel of my Purse

    Tear, and its Treasure on the Garden throw."


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    Rodin's Burghers of Calais, Stanford University

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    My gosh! Stunning images...

    Joe, I might have to agree
    Rayyan, simply stunning poetry
    Steve, Cash was that hairy? Great cap!
    Onaujee, great reportage of a beautiful place
    Ed, thanks man LOL
    David, I am a chimp
    Patrick, thanks man, and bank robbing may be the way to go with that lens...LOL
    Lloyd, always humbled by your thoughtful and kind words
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    M9 & (SLR) Magic....
    wide open...

    More "Magic" in the subject & comp Ash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Some joker parked in my space, and even had his wheels part way over the line into the handicapped space. I parked (not in my space), and took the picture below. Then I got back in my truck and backed it, rapidly, into the car... two, maybe three times. (Don't worry, I have a big bumper and towing hitch, so it didn't hurt my truck; unless you count the red paint.) And then I took my keys and scratched, "never park in my space again" onto the hood.

    I went back to my truck to get the camera to take and "after" shot, but before I could, the owner of the car came out of the building and took umbrage at something. I think it he was saying something about my taking a picture without his permission... yeah, that must have been it. I don't know what his problem was, it's my parking space!

    The tow-truck driver said it will probably be several weeks before the car can even be driven, let alone parked in my spot again. I thought that was a good thing. Actually I'm hoping he won't bother. Next time I might be in a bad mood.

    I only wish i was there for back up (not that you need any )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I headed into the hills for a short hike last evening. (I can't run just now thanks to a very sore knee.)

    Heading into the hills:

    M8, 35 Cron

    On the way home:

    3-shot pano; M8, 35 Cron
    Id love to ride my mountain bike on that trail with those surroundings! Nice shootin partner!
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    Beautiful image, Joe. Great to see you posting over here in the Digital M thread. I've been a fan of your work for some time.
    Agree & count me in as a long time fan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    On a rainy Seattle evening.
    M9/35AA
    Ed, You Caught Him!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post

    Look to the Rose that blows about us---"Lo,

    Laughing," she says, "into the World I blow:

    At once the silken Tassel of my Purse

    Tear, and its Treasure on the Garden throw."


    Stunning isolation & conversions Rayyan!

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    Thank You All for your comments & A Privilege to see such Great Work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Wrought iron gate after a spring rain, Charleston, SC in April. M9, 50mm Summilux, 1/125 sec., ISO 640

    Love that pic Joe...and with the M9 too. You're as bad as I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful image, Joe. Great to see you posting over here in the Digital M thread. I've been a fan of your work for some time.
    Thanks Lloyd. I'm enjoying my new ride (the M9)!

    Quote Originally Posted by ddanois View Post
    Love that pic Joe...and with the M9 too. You're as bad as I am.
    What can I say? I follow you everywhere.

    Thanks Derek.
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    great photos onaujee! great colours

    This thread moves so fast... so hard to keep up at times!

    Hillary and I went to the Royal Ontario Museum today! Sadly, I did most of my photographing with instagram and my cell phone, the ROM was a tad too dark for my M8, and I felt uninspired to use the X100. tiring, but fun day!

    She's leaving tomorrow... but she won't be leaving alone! I made her a new friend

    The toy company KidRobot makes blank vinyl toys that you can customize called Munnies. They also have a giraffe-shaped, those are called Raffies. Long story short, I had a Raffy sitting around, and I asked Hillary to do something with it. She bought me a Munny to customize in return. I finished mine today! I took apart an old Kiev 4A (a Russian Contax copy, for those who are unfamiliar) which didn't fully work, and salvaged a few cool looking parts. I cut a few holes in munny and glued/screwed the parts in. The dial on his chest rotates, and the shutter button on his back springs back when you press it. Anyway... here's Munny!



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    Wonderful pictures from everyone inspired me to share a few from my blog post today...





    M9 + ZM50 C-Sonnar f/1.5
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    David, So Nice!

    Patrick, Your A Good Man!

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    M9, Noct 0.95
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    Interesting photo Steve! I have washboard ab's too - only problem is I have a load of laundry in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
    Interesting photo Steve! I have washboard ab's too - only problem is I have a load of laundry in.
    Never heard that Gary! Might have to borrow it!

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    Steve..got to get me some lens on steroids!!

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    Between Friends
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    I walked into the shop. 20 quid in hand.

    The girl took one look at me and burst out laughing.

    Me: And you are Miss?

    Sally: Sally.

    The giggles broke into laughter.

    Sally: I shall fetch the owner, Mr. Mcduff.

    Exits, laughing uncontrollably.

    Mcduff: Oh! Hello. Looking for a Tartan outfit sir?

    Me: No. Family history?

    Sally and Mcduff: Ha. Ha. Ha.

    Me: Ha. Ha. Ha. Why are we laughing?

    Mcduff: ( Laughing ), and how far do you want to go sir?

    Me: Abraham?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I walked into the shop. 20 quid in hand.

    The girl took one look at me and burst out laughing.

    Me: And you are Miss?

    Sally: Sally.

    The giggles broke into laughter.

    Sally: I shall fetch the owner, Mr. Mcduff.

    Exits, laughing uncontrollably.

    Mcduff: Oh! Hello. Looking for a Tartan outfit sir?

    Me: No. Family history?

    Sally and Mcduff: Ha. Ha. Ha.

    Me: Ha. Ha. Ha. Why are we laughing?

    Mcduff: ( Laughing ), and how far do you want to go sir?

    Me: Abraham?

    Touche!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve..got to get me some lens on steroids!!

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    Great view....in many directions....!
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    Nice photos Rayyan! That landscape is beautiful!

    Steve! I thought we agreed on not posting those photos of me in my underwear on this forum! Good work though, I must say, you portrayed me quite well.

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    it's so hard to keep up with this thread but thats definitely not a complaint!

    beautiful photos David he's so cute! nice bright colours and compositions.
    PS very funny Patrick xD

    some photos from our ROM trip yesterday... sadly it's my last day with Patrick today wish we could spend more of our last summer together.


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    Thanks, Hillary, for the compliments. I like the 2nd and 3rd shot.. I see you are developing a good eye for photography as well! Don't be sad, absence makes the heart grow fonder!
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    David! your images just popped up on this thread (they didn't seem to work before). Great images I'll be sure to read the post tonight!

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    Great Shots all


    Patrick , what do you mean too dark for the M8 ? :P you can shoot the M cameras down to a 1/15th of a second , just jack up the ISO to 640 and have a ball, or set the ISO to 2500 and pretend you are using Ilford B+W film.

    ( Hilary's Epson seemed to work fine .. )
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    Along the trail today.

    M8, CV 21/4 @ f8, ISO 160
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    A few from this eve with the Hyperprime and M9:











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    Hillary, Very nice angles & comps! Love the last one.

    Lloyd, what a great portion of the "right" path!

    Ash, really like the first 2 a lot! Great set!

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    Joe: Love that shot of the wrought-iron gate; the Rodin as well.
    Ed: Very nice rainy evening shot... especially that handsome devil you caught!
    onaujee: What a stunning set, and what a beautiful place!!
    Rayyan: Very kewl shots of the rose, and of the mountains. I really want to know the rest of the story from the Scottish ancestry shop, however. Too funny.
    Patrick: The Kiev munny is very kewl. and the shots of it are really nice.
    David: Terrific shots of your son, especially that first one.
    Steve: Those shots of Rick... Wow!!
    Hillary: Those b/w shots are wonderful. You're photographic eye is impressive.
    Ashwin: Another wonderful set. Magic with the Magic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Lloyd, what a great portion of the "right" path!
    Thanks Steve. This is what I do these days while Mimi runs.

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    Hi All,

    Feeling bored and uninspired this morning, I tried printing some pictures as large as my peanut 3880 could go.

    Things like:





    Highly recommended if you need a little enthusiasm boost. We forget (or I do, anyway) how much better these things look as prints, and how something with no detail at all can look very good blown up large. It's not all megapixels, and though we all say that, it's not often we get the truth of it as a visceral kick.

    And, of course, 17x25 just isn't large enough!

    Happy Printing,

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    Hi all,

    Just back from 2 weeks away, and absolutely no chance on commenting on all the great images posted. I know that's a cop out - sorry.

    Last time I got back from a holiday I thought it would be fun to single out one image that I really liked.

    Did the same again today, and the same guy 'won' lol. Great image Steve.

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    Touche!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Great view....in many directions....!

    Steve, big thanks.

    Charles, Ashwin, Patrick, much appreciated gentlemen.

    Lloyd..shall get back to you on the ancestory thing!! Thanks.

    Regards to all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Along the trail today.

    M8, CV 21/4 @ f8, ISO 160
    Lloyd, whata wonderful place to live!! The pic does it justice.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few from this eve with the Hyperprime and M9:




    Ashwin, some wonderful stuff from you lately. I love these 2 in particular.

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    staying calm in the midst of chaos....



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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Scott: Just after, I tell Robert his 135 isn't a BIF lens, you post these! Interesting to know the shutter speed and aperture in the first two?
    Thanks everyone.

    I had ND 6 f-stop filter for those shots (was really bright outside). I believe both were shot wide open (f/1.4) and shutter speeds were 1/360s and 1/500s respectively.

    Here are a few more from the past weekend (Harbourfront, downtown Toronto)

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    Thanks for the compliment Lloyd! I used to make Munnies all the time... though... too busy now.

    Scott :P harbourfront is beautiful and your photos do it justice!

    I saw a man playing the banjo the other day... he was really good. I didn't have any change to offer him, but Hillary did!





    I also met Stranger number 6 today. Here's what I wrote about him on flickr:

    "His name is James Lee. James is the father of an energetic 7 year old boy and a husband. He came to Canada 10 years ago from China. He says that Canada is better for his son, but he prefers China because all his friends and family are there. He asked me what I was studying, I told him "Architecture". He told me that back in China, he was a Civil Engineer... pretty cool

    James began shooting about 15 years ago. The Leica iiif and Summitar he's holding is a gift from a friend. His friend bought a Mamiya C330 and didn't want the Leica anymore! Lucky eh? I wish I had a friend like that! James also shoots 5x7 large format cameras, A Fuji 6x17, a Hasselblad XPan an M6 and a Canon 5D Mk2. He sells a few of his works through Getty Images."

    I've also decided to make a tumblr for my 100 strangers project... here it is http://hundredstrangersproject.tumblr.com/



    And finally... I picked up my very first Leica lens. I bought myself a extremely user grade Summitar! It looks like it's been through a war (and probably has been), it's a little stiff, there's a bit of fungus on the glass... but the images it makes are beautiful. I got it for $180... I think it's a fair price. I'm willing to invest another $180 into repairs to get myself a nice 50!

    This is the man I bought it from... he's quite the dick. here's what I wrote bout him on Flickr:

    "Shelton Chen. Your standard Hong Kong camera collector/businessman. Rude. Really Rude. Made an appointment with me at 2, and another man at 2:30. The owner of the store next to his noticed me standing there, asked me if I was waiting for him, then told me he'd call his cell for me. He came back out with his phone and handed it to me. Shelton was on the phone, it was 2:20. He asked me who I was, then I told him he made an appointment with me at 2-2:30. He mocking asked me "what time is it now, then?" I say "2:20". He says "I'll be there at 3, wait at the Tim Horton's near by, grab a drink."

    He shows up, and as I test his lenses, he keeps trying to sell me things I don't want. His friends show up, they're much like him... camera collectors with too much money to spend. He starts teasing me in cantonese, thinking I don't understand what he's saying. "Look at this silly boy, uses old lenses on a digital camera", then makes a comment on how he loves seeing kids spend their father's money when I pay for the lens. My dad tells him I got the money myself.

    Either way. Rude guy. probably wouldn't deal with him again unless I'm desperate. Nice cameras though... lots too... and damn good prices. 'A man just died, I bought out his entire collection' he says. 'I buy them as if they were trash, I sell them at the lowest prices. Craigslist and Kijiji sellers always complain.'"



    And a test shot! Here's the Raffy Hillary made me

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    It has been awhile since I have posted anything primarily as I have been without a lens. So, up and running again and noticing that the posts here are as good as ever. Yesterday, I put the 50mm Summicron to use as my daughter played hopscotch...looking forward to posting more in the future.

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    Did a little prowling under and over I-5 this afternoon.

    M-9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/90s @ f/3.4; ISO 160


    M-9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/4000s @ f/4; ISO 160


    M-9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/750s @ f/9.5; ISO 160


    M-9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/750s @ f/9.5; ISO 160


    Cheers, Matt

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    Lloyd, whata wonderful place to live!! The pic does it justice.
    Much appreciated, my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Hi All,

    Feeling bored and uninspired this morning, I tried printing some pictures as large as my peanut 3880 could go.

    Things like:



    Highly recommended if you need a little enthusiasm boost. We forget (or I do, anyway) how much better these things look as prints, and how something with no detail at all can look very good blown up large. It's not all megapixels, and though we all say that, it's not often we get the truth of it as a visceral kick.

    And, of course, 17x25 just isn't large enough!

    Happy Printing,

    Matt
    Totally agree, Matt. Very nice image (even unprinted)!

    Quote Originally Posted by esmallits View Post
    staying calm in the midst of chaos....

    cv 35mm f1.2
    Love this shot. Reminds me very much of a shot I saw many years ago. A shot that was part of the reason I became interested in photography. Very nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by SYGTAFOTO View Post
    Thanks everyone.

    I had ND 6 f-stop filter for those shots (was really bright outside). I believe both were shot wide open (f/1.4) and shutter speeds were 1/360s and 1/500s respectively.

    Here are a few more from the past weekend (Harbourfront, downtown Toronto)

    Leica M9, 35mm Summilux ASPH FLE

    Terrific set. This last one is especially good.

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