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    For Jono - nothing wrong with 'flat' images



    Nice work with the MM by the way.

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    Matt,
    cool image .... to bad it's not tack sharp and Black and White ; )
    any way really like this ......

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    I got really excited when my wife started making this custom shirt . Thought it was her way of celebrating the new Leica Monochrom M and letting me know that it was ok for me to get one .... mentioned to her that she was spelling it wrong . Her reply was that "they" did too and if I had called my mom yet ; )

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    Have you realised how difficult it is to make an image without a bloody pigeon in it....

    Ok, enough now - I need to get out :roll eyes:



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    Ok, maybe one more. Bright socks....



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    Matt that last shot of the spices in India is very vibrant, cool!

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    Dude, Lloyd, Patrick, Shiro,

    Thank you for the kind words. You are all an inspiration, and may yet get me to include people in photos. Now that my kids are over 10 years old, they won't let me photograph them, and strangers are too intimidating. How do you do it? (I know, I know... practice! )

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    Thanks Lloyd!
    Now some from Toronto:











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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Thanks Matt! Did I see you in the Fuji thread with the X10? Handled it yesterday - seems like a nice little portable. I'm waiting to the try the Oly OM-D. I like the idea of the tilitable screen and weatherproofing. Will it never end

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    matt - great color
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    the birds! great motion .. bureboke!
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    sygta - amazing tonality.. wide expansive feel.. serene
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    bishop - great great great shot. one of my faves ive seen in weeks. thanks for sharing!
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    erik - sorry to hear of your flu, but thats a great shot anyway!
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    bishop - lovely color, sharp, and love the dragon!
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    matt - amazing colors, texture
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    shiro - cute kid shot, and great pp as always
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    summicron 50/2 :







    Elmarit 135

    is there a LTM equivalent of this lens? ( Helios 40 85/1.5 M42 its a clone of the zeiss biotar formula)



    do NOT listen to 70s music while processing, this is what happens

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    Back to what I have..M8/cron28 asph and the wife..


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Back to what I have..M8/cron28 asph and the wife..

    LOL .... well said and great shot
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    LOL .... well said and great shot
    Many many thanks!

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    Charles great shirt and... child... that sounds weird. Maybe I should've said "great photo of the shirt and your child looks lovely" instead! Your wife makes custom tees? Cool :P

    Mike, I can't seem to get those pigeons in my shots when I want them there. Those little buggers keep moving!

    Frank, despite my frequent visits to Toronto, I haven't seen or been to any of the places you took photos at... I should explore more.

    This post will be quite... lengthy... just a warning, I guess?

    I've only been in Hong Kong for about two days, I really can't tell if I like it here. The bad things first... it's extremely packed. The apartments are tiny, the one I'm living in is probably about 60-70 square meters. The washroom is about 2x2, the shower is about 1x1. each room is probably around 2x3. There are a total of 7 people living in this apartment, including my family and I. Everything's really dirty... after being outside all day, a white shirt can turn a little grey, and you really want to avoid any liquid that's on the ground. The people are... mostly rude. It's also always around 30 degrees here, with the humidity making it feel like 40, you're always sticky when you're outside... it's also impossible to breathe.

    The good... the food is cheap, decent portions (a small bowl of noodles, a piece of french toast, and a pop is about $2CAD), plenty of cheap technology, and transportation is extremely efficient.

    I noticed something, though. It seemed like most parents I encounter in Hong Kong don't quite... have their priorities straight. It was mothers day when we landed, so my dad's side of the family went out for breakfast. At the restaurant, we sat next to another family who was also out for mother's day. The father was making a scene, screaming at his child because he didn't do his homework until late into the night. For the entire 45 minutes they were there, he kept yelling, and when he wasn't yelling, he kept quiet, looking angry. The mother went unnoticed, sitting quietly watching this happen... at least she got a rose. This morning, I saw a father sitting quietly at a restaurant, his child, about 3-4 years old, calling out for his attention. The father snaps at the child after a while, the kid keeps quiet. The kid burns his tongue, cries, the father ignores him. The kid's grandma finally takes care of him.

    Though, that's not to say that all parents here are horrible... I did see a few things that made me smile. I wrote this to Hillary:

    So I think I found the two most beautiful people in Hong Kong today! There was this girl, she was about 5'4, probably around our age (give or take a year or two), long hair, pretty, but not extremely good looking. She looked really plain, no make up, simple clothes, nothing too special. She also had a younger brother, or cousin... he was about 2-3 years old, cute, really cute, a happy child! The girl's aunt asked her to take care of the kid while she went to buy bread, so the girl picked him up and started playing with him. The kid kept laughing, smiling, and pulling on her shirt. She kept a smile on her face while she talked to him and played with him. I thought it was the most beautiful thing, and I couldn't take my eyes off them. I don't know why. I thought about taking a photo, but I didn't want to take one and not talk to them... though, I didn't know enough chinese to talk to them. Sucks...

    I also saw a family of 5, Dad, Mom, 3 daughters, no older than 6. The dad spent all his time playing with the kids, joking around with them and such. It was really nice

    This kind of all made me realize that I want a child. Of course, not right now (I'm only 19!!!), much later in life. I've always been shakey on the idea... didn't want to mess up the child's life, didn't know if I could handle the responsibility. Though now I kind of realized that children are almost... vital to my idea of a complete life. I the joy that the girl holding her cousin got, the same joy the father entertaining his children experienced, is joy that can only be felt through children. Though, I also learned that I've got to be ready for them, I've got to put them first. I don't want to end up like the other two fathers I mentioned.

    AND FINALLY... I hate how it's impossible to photograph anything or anyone without getting yelled at by someone here. I photograph my grandma and cousin at the hospital, I get yelled at for invading privacy. I photograph people at the market, I get yelled at because they're afraid I work for a publication, writing an article on animal cruelty. I photograph people outside a 7-11, I get yelled at because... apparently 7-11 holds some pretty important goods that they can't have photos of floating around online (I made that last one up... can't imagine why). I can't even take a tourist landscape photo, or a photo in a crowded street of vendors without people telling me I'm in the way, or thinking I'm taking a photo of them. I gave up taking photos on the street today... but here's what I got so far.

    Papa and Mama Cheung at the HK Airport.




    Re-united on Mothers Day Papa Cheung and Grandma Cheung



    Mama Cheung and her mother... well... only Grandma Wong!


    One more of my dad's family... well.. about a third of them


    And... the subway



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    Sometimes you just need colour. The clue to the theme here is in the last one







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    "AND FINALLY... I hate how it's impossible to photograph anything or anyone without getting yelled at by someone here. I photograph my grandma and cousin at the hospital, I get yelled at for invading privacy. I photograph people at the market, I get yelled at because they're afraid I work for a publication, writing an article on animal cruelty. I photograph people outside a 7-11, I get yelled at because... apparently 7-11 holds some pretty important goods that they can't have photos of floating around online (I made that last one up... can't imagine why). I can't even take a tourist landscape photo, or a photo in a crowded street of vendors without people telling me I'm in the way, or thinking I'm taking a photo of them. I gave up taking photos on the street today... but here's what I got so far."

    Patrick ,
    The problem is you gave been photographing the wrong in the wrong place .... 7 Eleven is dangerous and not worth the space on your SD card ,you should not be taking touristy shots and street vendors ...who needs them ? .... You need to head down to this part of town ; )

    Here is a link for you ..... Flickr: K_iwi's Photostream

    By the way I'm not calling you out and just joking around, incase that does not come across that way over the inter web ... be safe and know your limitations ....

    You should go and check out his show ... One of my favorite photographers . Who knows you might meet some people to hang with and keep you out of the house .... which by the way your family sounds like a very cool thing to document .... and perhaps the interaction between the children and the adults you wrote about ... now if you could take a photograph that captured this ..... I try all the time and cannot manage it .... any way have a great time .......
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
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    Lovely. The inclusion of the clock is masterful!!

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    Patrick, love the shot of "Papa Cheung and Grandma Cheung"

    enjoy your stay in HK!

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    1 warm spring sunset and I go crazy taking shots

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    Mike: I really like the orange accents. nice series
    Rob: love the glow!

    my card reader has been acting up lately so I havent been able to upload photos for a while.. i forgot how much i liked processing photos xD

    Visited a couple friends at my old dance school.. I used to take classes there almost everyday since I was 3 but I quit after grade 11 to focus on school. Super nostalgic going back and talking to dance moms buying eyelashes and tights xD


    Hopped across the border for the day on saturday.. Stopped at a chinese buffet and the Washington Motorcyclists came for lunch too also went to an organic grocery store my parents frequent at now.

    Hi Mom


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    Terrific photos, Hillary. You've got a great eye... and a very handsome family.
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    Hilary!!! wow!! that Vincent Black Shadow ( bike!) Is fantastic.

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    walk by this view everyday to work... just felt like snapping at it today

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    Thanks Rayan

    Hillary ,excellent set of images love the portraits of your family
    You are a natural ...

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    Nice work lately, Charles. The shot with the clock in it is terrific. However, that "I Love Mom" shot is priceless!

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    Stunning work, people...it's been a while but wanted to share one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillary.hc.chang View Post
    Great series, Hilary...Love the last portrait
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post

    Papa and Mama Cheung at the HK Airport.



    Lovely work, Patrick. I can see your skill and comfort growing, and I once again love the diversity and vivacity in your images.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Back to what I have..M8/cron28 asph and the wife..

    Nice...in the moment, literally. Hope all is well, my friend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    summicron 50/2 :

    Love the rigid 'cron look, as it appears here. Great moment, Robert (it is the rigid cron, no?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post

    Matt,
    cool image .... to bad it's not tack sharp and Black and White ; )
    any way really like this ......
    Fantastic, Matt. Kinetic energy!
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    Yessir, rigid cron

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    You know what, Charles? I've been looking to get myself to places like that... though, I feel as if I need to go with someone who speaks Cantonese fluently. I dont know the language well enough to convey myself properly. Maybe I'll check out one of his shows, his work is great :P Could possibly meet a few people to photograph with.

    I've also been working on that child/adult relationship... though... it's quite hard to capture without seeming like the pedophile that most of the parents seem to think I am D:

    Mike, ORANGE AND GREY! Nice set.

    Rob, keep taking photos... document everything I mean it in the least creepy way possible, but I love that you document your family so much.

    Hillary, I cannot express enough how happy those photos made me... they are a sign that you're clearly the girl I've been waiting for. Your style has developed so much in the past few months, and, like they say, you're a natural. You've got this eye for things that I normally overlook. Why do I say that you're clearly the girl I've been waiting for? Well, I feel like I have a lot to learn from you, you can help me grow. Of course, this applies to both life and photography

    Ashwin, your sports photography always amazed me. Hillary and I keep saying that you take better shots than the players in the game you're shooting! Your ability to focus fast lenses on fast-moving subjects leaves me in awe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Mike: You did see me there. It doesn't end, does it? I wanted a little point-n-shoot. The Oly looks great. I just read a positive review today.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Patrick, Hilary - thanks for your comments.

    Hilary, lovely the images, especially of your grandmother.

    Ash, another great image.

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    The Brothers:



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    They have good taste in viewing matter, Mike. Not so sure about the shirts, however. Nice catch.

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    I think they are looking at the Viking woodcarvings

    Patrick : I knew what you meant, not creepy at all .When you have your own kids its easy to take pics , at parties I used to introduce myself first " Im Paiges dad " etc , but now im the de facto kids party photographer apparently , which is cool, I get to capture all of these moments for the parents and they are very appreciative , now if only they would gimme cash Enjoy HK

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    One from this morning.

    M8, CV 75/2.5 Heliar @f2.5:
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    Lloyd, beautiful! I like how the background shares the same palette of colors as the foreground.
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    Nice Lloyd! A couple from the weekend.


    L9992599 by Gary Clennan, on Flickr


    L9992912 by Gary Clennan, on Flickr

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    This thread is always a feast for the eyes . . . . .

    Have not had the M9 out for awhile so I took it along last Sunday when taking a stroll through the Japanese Gardens at the University of Washington Botanical Gardens.







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    Lloyd, Gary and Dan - all good stuff. Who needs B&W

    Nice to see you back here Dan - away too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Gary and Dan - all good stuff. Who needs B&W

    Nice to see you back here Dan - away too long.

    Mike
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    Still behind, hope to catch up soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BishopB View Post
    Now this looks like an image from a Leica. Bravo.

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    Out for a short (very short, as I had knee surgery last Thursday) walk this morning.

    Looking East: M8, CV 75/2.5, 6-shot stitch.



    From the same spot, a couple of minutes later, looking West: (4-shot stitch)

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    There was an interesting comment on our own Monochrom thread recently:

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    Good mono photographers can"see" in black and white it seems to me. Darn'd if I can!
    Very rarely do I 'see' in black and white either, even if I go out to shoot deliberately for B&W - I even have the LCD set for B&W jpg preview.

    Occasionally, though, I do 'see' it - both M9/50'lux



    This one is one of my favourites from a recent trip. It loses something at this size, but full screen it's beautiful:



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    Very nice Mike (although you seem to have desaturated the images quite heavily. ). I especially like that first shot.

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    I had a short stopover in Hong Kong























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