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    Wow. Andrew, these are terrific. That third from the bottom really stands out for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post

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    Rayyan, there's nothing wrong with a steep S I find that most of mine are too! The shot of the spices is great! The colours are amazing
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

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    Rayyan: Add my vote here. Love the subtle separation via DOF. And as he said, amazing color.
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    More great stuff from everyone. What a great thread!
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    Rayyan, love these:
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    Patrick, Lloyd, Mike; very much appreciated my friends. Thank you.

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    Every alley has some surprise, every corner has some color!!

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    Andrew, very nice indeed; and I like the way you present them - is that a Photoshop action?

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    M9/35 'cron:



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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Every alley has some surprise, every corner has some color!!

    Wow, another winner!

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    did you see Patrick when you were there ? :P

    great shots BTW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    M9/35 'cron:



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    Love the perspective in this one Mike.

    And thanks.

    Best regards.

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    Lloyd, Thank you so much, indeed impressive one of a hell architectural marvel from England, and as for the 50 cron, what amazing lens, sadly it's not the new one :-p

    Matt, lovely moments from the Skillet and i'm seriously now drawling for some fried chicken goodness !

    Patrick, Glad you you liked the Royal Holloway shots, thank you so much, and ya i totally agree with you !! i've been shooting with many lenses and camera systems during the last 10 years, and nothing matches the magic of a Little Leica lens bokeh !!

    Richard, stunning landscapes from Monument Valley, well done !

    Rayyan, thanks, glad you liked !! indeed nothing matches the 35 cron, to me its the full packages in a single little lens !!! lovely capture from the spice market ! well composed shot, and i like the vibrant colors of the alley, good stuff buddy !!

    Mike, thank you so much, glad you liked and yes, one of a hell charming building ! i love London ! and Nice prespective and exposure with M9/35cron, it seems that you joined the club

    Andrew, I don't know from where to start and end, amazing set, specially the B&Ws, a job well done !
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    Mike: Another winner.

    Rayyan: These really make me wish I'd paid more attention when I was in Morocco. It was 40 years ago. Maybe I did, and I just don't remember.

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    All these announcements and such have me thinking in monochrome. Thought I'd take a run at a few:

    M8, CV 75/2.5 @ f2.5, ISO 320:


    M8, CV 75/2.5 @ f4, ISO 320:


    M8, CV 75/2.5 @ f2.5, ISO 320:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    All these announcements and such have me thinking in monochrome. Thought I'd take a run at a few:

    M8, CV 75/2.5 @ f4, ISO 320:


    M8, CV 75/2.5 @ f2.5, ISO 320:
    Lovely gentle conversions my friend.
    Talking about ' all these announcements ', do keep in mind that we are fortunate that we can see color. I can appreciate monochrome for some time, I would not want my world to be without the RGB.

    Take care LLoyd.

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    Mike, Mohammed, Lloyd..Thank you all.

    Regards.

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    Well done, Andrew.
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    Mike, nice to see the 35mm 'cron being used! Cool angle. I built a simple action to frame the images and initiate the text, but I type it in by hand. I have tried to figure out an auto itpc read, but it is beyond my abilities I'm afraid.

    Lloyd, I like the 75mm images, thats a lens that I have been eyeing lately. A few friends have mentioned that its worth having around. Looks like you have nailed it. Super smooth bokeh!

    Rayyan, what lens did you use for the alley shot? It looks fairly wide...

    Thank you everyone for the kind words.

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    Richard, great to see monument valley, a super place that I must visit!

    Gary, I really like the late day shot, you nailed it!!

    Woody, you are going to cost me a lot of money! That is a super shot of the maple leaves, it really shows how great that lens is in the hands of a talented photographer. Post more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    When you order fried chicken at The Skillet in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, you have to wait a little longer. It's worth the wait.

    M9; 75mm f/2; 350s; ISO 640


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    Matt, great shot, nice to see the 75mm summicron in use!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Gough View Post
    Lloyd, I like the 75mm images, thats a lens that I have been eyeing lately. A few friends have mentioned that its worth having around. Looks like you have nailed it. Super smooth bokeh!

    Thank you everyone for the kind words.

    Andrew
    Andrew, that little CV is a gem, pretty small and cheap. I think it would be more popular if it were more expensive. Mine is the LTM f2.5 version, and have a Milch coded adapter on it. I've seen wonderful results from the M-mount f1.8, but never tried it.

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    Andrew, those photos take me back to my first trip to Hong Kong about 7 years ago... I loved taking the bus with my family to all those places you photographed, sitting on the top level of course :P They're beautiful photos, and I wish I could visit those places again! My father seems afraid to venture out on his own now, and my mother's always at the retirement home visiting my sick grandma. I really miss the Sha Tin area too.

    Lloyd, great work with the CV 75 :P I've been thinking about getting one, though... I don't know how often I'd use a tele! The first one is my favourite!

    Mike and Rayyan, again, great colours in those shots

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    I was looking through my photos today and found this photo I forgot to process. It was taken two nights before Hillary was supposed to leave, at a dinner with her dad.

    Photographing everything in your life is a both a good and a bad idea. Good because you've captured the most important bits of your life. Though, right now, I'm kinda sad. I miss Hillary lots, and I can't wait to see her again! But it sucks being so far away...


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    Three of my images were selected as "Merit Award Winner" in issue 92 of the B&W Magazine annual portfolio contest! All done with the M9:

    B&W Magazine Merit Award Winner Richard Man Photography

    Thank you for all the encouragement earlier!!!





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    Those are terrific, Richard. Congrats; well deserved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post

    Love this one, Robert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post

    I was looking through my photos today and found this photo I forgot to process. It was taken two nights before Hillary was supposed to leave, at a dinner with her dad.

    Photographing everything in your life is a both a good and a bad idea. Good because you've captured the most important bits of your life. Though, right now, I'm kinda sad. I miss Hillary lots, and I can't wait to see her again! But it sucks being so far away...


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    Yup, she's a cutie. At least you have August to look forward to, eh?

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    Congrats Richard ,incredible images

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardman View Post
    Three of my images were selected as "Merit Award Winner" in issue 92 of the B&W Magazine annual portfolio contest! All done with the M9:

    [url=http://richardmanphoto.com/blog/?p=3723]
    Congrats, Richard, on your sucess, and this image just blows me away! The b&W mag deal is amazing. So happy for you!
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    Those are terrific, Richard. Congrats; well deserved.
    +1 very strong images.

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    Pike Place Market:

    M9; 21mm Super-Elmar f/3.4; 1/125s; +2/3 EV; ISO 1000


    M9; 21mm Super-Elmar f/3.4; 1/90s; ISO 250


    M9; 21mm Super-Elmar f/3.4; 1/30s; ISO 250


    M9; 21mm Super-Elmar f/3.4; 1/250s; ISO 250


    M9; 21mm Super-Elmar f/3.4; 1/90s; +2/3 EV; ISO 1000


    M9; 21mm Super-Elmar f/3.4; 1/90s; +2/3 EV; ISO 1000


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    Thank you everyone!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Pike Place Market:

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt, these are all really great. Super processing. Love the 'don't even think about....' sign in the first!

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    After playing with the MM files... I still have B/W on my mind...

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    Lloyd: Happy, very belated, birthday!
    Mike: Nicely grouped with the interesting photographer on the right; he needs to turn his hat to keep it from hitting his camera? What's he laughing about?
    Shiro: Cool and cute!
    Mike: Great framing, moment, and her look!
    Mike: It looks like they caught the hound's eye, too.
    Robert: Thank you, sir.
    Frank: Terrific color and compositions! I really like the tone and framing in the 2nd one.
    Steve: Thank you!
    Robert: Nice set! Cool flare and lens.
    Rayyan: Excellent timing and motion blur!
    Shiro: Hiroshima, tennies, empty clothesline and a clock. Well seen.
    Patrick: You write and photograph very well. Thanks for sharing.
    Mike: Did you place that bottle with the orange cap?
    Shiro: Thanks for the link! Brilliant photos.
    Robert: "Cool and cute", also!
    Hillary: I esp. like the one of your mother - caught buying chocolate?
    David: Neat perspective and shadows.
    Ashwin: Stunning, your own self.
    Mike: I have yet to see an 'orb'.
    Mike: Now that's just weird; glad you caught them before they took another step.
    Lloyd: Very subtle and elegant.
    Gary: Sensual rock!
    Dan: The first is still my favorite.
    Lloyd: Beautiful light and sky. Have a swift recovery.
    Mike: I think you saw B & W in the Ist one.
    Andrew: Those are brilliant! I love the long single point perspectives with the 28 cron (one of my favorite lenses).
    Gary: Nice. Is this the area with the dinosaur bones?
    Patrick: That's a great set.
    Brian: +1 to what Lloyd said.
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    Great pics as usual! Some mouth-watering, some over-whelming...
    Always takes courage to post in this thread. I'll chip in with a recent take from the Chora Museum, Istanbul. M8 with 21mm Super-Elmar-M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Gough View Post

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    Rayyan, what lens did you use for the alley shot? It looks fairly wide...

    Thank you everyone for the kind words.

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    Andrew, this one is with the cron 28 asph on an M8.

    Take care and thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardman View Post
    Three of my images were selected as "Merit Award Winner" in issue 92 of the B&W Magazine annual portfolio contest! All done with the M9:

    B&W Magazine Merit Award Winner Richard Man Photography

    Thank you for all the encouragement earlier!!!


    Richard, congratulations. Ver well deserved.

    Best wishes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Great pics as usual! Some mouth-watering, some over-whelming...
    Always takes courage to post in this thread. I'll chip in with a recent take from the Chora Museum, Istanbul. M8 with 21mm Super-Elmar-M.
    Best,
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    Excellent capture.

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    I don't usually do pano's but here is a hand held one with 28 Elmarit asph...


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    Richard... those photos deserve to win awards.. the first one has to be my favourite, great catch! I see so many characters on a daily basis, but I'm always afraid to photograph them! And the girl in the last one is a cutie XD

    Matt, I really like the first one of the set! And thank you for the compliment

    David, amazing photo of your child as always Reminds me of the days my dad would buy me a bottle of bubble fluid and I'd make myself a pipe-cleaner bubble blower :P

    Long day today... though it was a good one. Wasn't too hot in Hong Kong today (I'm only slightly sticky... and I could actually breathe the outside air), so I was okay with spending most of it outside. I'm in the middle of processing the photos now

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    Oh! Gary.... that's a beautiful panorama... definitely needed to be panorama'd! Great work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    After playing with the MM files... I still have B/W on my mind...

    Very special

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    Thanks, Mike! I get the feeling that in a CSI episode, they would somehow be able to reconstruct a picture of me from one of those bubbles
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    M9/50 'lux:



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    Lloyd, thank you for the positive compliments and also the information on the 75mm Voigt, I will keep an eye out for one

    Ashwin, thank you for the like, and the positive comments too!

    Robert, I really like the second image!

    Patrick, August will come quickly, you watch

    Richard, congratulations on the merit award, your images are superb! Good on you for venturing out into the crowd too.

    Matt, the Pikes place market is a place that I used to visit on business trips to Seattle, a great place, with lots of photo ops! I really like the lower floor image. Nice to see the 21mm getting a workout too!

    David, cute image that captures one of the great things in childhood, well done!

    Osman, please post more of your great country, I am hoping to visit soon. Love the colours

    Rayyan, thanks for the reply, I love my 28mm cron too.

    Gary, cool pano, I haven't attempted any with the M9 yet, but after seeing your image I think that I will. Super image!
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    Still on the Hong Kong Theme
























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    Andrew, they are fantastic! one thing that jumps out is the stadium in the background of the 3rd last shot.

    It looks like something from a Sci-Fi movie, so clear and crisp! well done!

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    Gah! spent too much time reading Monochrom reviews

    I was at an auction on friday and next door they have an outdoor railway museum, so I popped out with the kids and took some snaps in the harsh sunlight , bad time to take shots? Not when i was looking for tones and shadows! heheh so I can safely say that I can get by with the older M8 instead of a Monochrom.......................................fo r now :P
















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    David, have you ever seen the movie Blow Up? Your comment about the CSI people reconstructing an image of you reminds me of Blow Up... arguably the origin of the "enhance" movement XD ENHANCE!

    Andrew, those photos are amazing :P I wish I could photograph Hong Kong like you do. Where are you staying right now? And how long? It'd be nice to have someone to photograph with if you're up for that

    Rob, I've always thought that the M8 was a very capable camera deserves much more credit than people give it! You do fine work with the M8

    I had an interesting day yesterday! I visited my grandpa's grave... thingy (on my mother's side). Chinese visitation traditions are very interesting. Due to the lack of space in Hong Kong, people rent/buy little shelves in funeral homes to store Urns. There's a name on the Urn, a photo of the person, and any gifts that people bring. My Grandpa had a can of Tsing Tao beer beside his urn. We offer them food (oranges and buns), burn incense, say prayers, and offer them paper money/clothes by burning them.

    My aunt took us around yesterday. She's the coolest aunt, she knows exactly what I like in Hong Kong. "Don't waste your time going to the new places and eating new food, you really want to be in the old places eating Hong Kong food." The funeral home was located in a rather old district, really cool. We ate at a restaurant that's been there for over 40 years, with most of their original wall tiles intact.





    The restaurant had a cat. I like cats



    :P A flattering photo of my mother, yeah?



    My aunt and my mother



    And a butcher chopping up a duck!

    And of course, I took other photos in various places...



    Long exposures are always kind of fun







    Jordan, really crowded and kinda sketchy according to my dad. "There are a lot of hookers here. And Triad members"



    And I think my favourite photo of the day... if only mother didn't blink!

    On a side note, the Zeiss 28 is an amazing chunk of glass!
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    Patrick, your skills and processing techniques grow by leaps and bounds every day. Bravo!

    Robert, nice B&W series, different than your typical color

    Matt, I feel like we were just there LOL

    David. Nice bubbles.

    Mike, love the shot of the homeless guy and the disregarding photographers...your usual brilliance.

    Gary, nice badlands caps with the elmarit.
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    Okay, a few more from me...M9 and SLR Magic Hyperprime T0.95 on Leica M9....































    Wide apertures sure are annoying LOL




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