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    Really digging the ND filter, but I don't think it's "neutral" at all. It gives a different feel to the images, kinda like shooting during solar eclipse.

    David, a lovely photograph, just love the bokeh!

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    Not sure how I feel about this shot... had a vague idea of what I wanted to achieve, but just can't realize it in PP.

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    Welcome!

    Lovely photograph! Look forward to seeing more of your work.

    . . . . . keep 'em coming.
    Thank you Dan, I enjoyed looking at many of your Flickr images and while hard to single out any group, but I went right to see your Rolleiflex images and Volunteer Park! Very nice.

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    At Andrew's request to see 35mm 'cron Version 4 at f2. I usually shoot from f2-4 with the 35mm Summicron, but I haven't much to show at f2 from the M9 yet.

    That said, here are three subjects that got in my cameras way the past two days...at f2. Regarding the second one, the poem inspired the photo

    The third was a grab shot (DM) strolling the park toward the water.

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    Dear GetDPI Family (yes, family),

    I've missed you all so very much. The past few weeks haven't been the same... it doesn't feel right not posting here. I finally got my laptop back from the repair shop. Apparently most of it was damaged... I pretty much have a new laptop now, just an old shell.

    I'm way too far behind to comment on each and every post, but I can say that this thread puts a smile on my face every morning, as I scroll through the pages on my phone. I haven't been taking too many photos recently, though I just finished a few rolls of film today. Hopefully I'll have those scanned and uploaded soon

    Here's what I've shot recently... I went downtown with a few friends... and it was my friend's birthday a few days ago.











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    Love the shot of the 2 girls on the cell phones, why is she holding her stomach? did she just announce she is pregnant?

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    My guess is that she has bad gas... Nice pic's Patrick.

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    XD I have no clue what they just announced, but I was walking towards them, saw them hug, and knew something good would happen :P She doesn't look like the type to be pregnant at that age... but gas COULD be it! :P

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    At a pals house there was a ray of sunlight from the setting sun that went through 2 doors and a hallway and had this finely defined edge, so I got a pal of mine to stand in it. he was reluctant to be photographed, and wanted to take a shot of me.

    So I asked him to stand there so I could get the camera setup, I took this shot , and handed the camera to him for 1 other shot. By then, the light was gone......

    I took 2 of my hand to get the exposure correct and then took this one shot , we took a total of only 4 I converted this one to B+W to see if it looked better. I can post the colour one if you guys want to compare



    Here is the colour version



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    A mixed bag from the last two days...


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    What's a silk route without silk!

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    Others had passed this way before. Earlier..much earlier.

    Only the stones remain to tell their story...



    There are resting places for the Caravans that once plied the Silk Road, near here.
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    Rayyan, don't put the food away, I will be over in a minute.

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    here is the shot my pal took of me , I gave him the camera and he just put it up to his eye and hit click , then the sunlight faded and was gone . I think I stood in the same place he did , so the focus *should* be correct , but I still like this pic of me

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    Rob, it almost feels like you took two entirely different photos... they both have very different feels. The B&W one is a little stronger, more classic. Though the colour one portrays the process that you described really well, taking the photo in fleeting light, having only a small beam of it lighting your subject. It would be interesting to see if either could be edited to find a balance between the two...

    Gary, cool shots with a lot of depth The third one, the one with the branches, is my favourite

    Rayyan, which part of the silk route were these shots taken in? The Silk Route is that extremely long trading route, right? Cool shots

    I was scanning some film yesterday (as I'll be doing today), and wanted to try a new technique. I scanned them on my flatbed scanner without the film holder to get the film border. It's... kinda tacky. Though I just went with it. Don't think I'll be keeping this style, at least not with more serious shots. Scanning without the holder makes it hard to ensure that there is no dust on the negative or the glass... and that the negatives are in the right place of the scanning bed... the film also isn't in the optimal focal range of the scanner when it's lying flat on the scanning bed either, resulting in scans that COULD be sharper. It's just a huge hassle. Not that shots of Hillary aren't serious but these were just test shots for a new camera (which I promptly sold and promptly regretted selling).

    These were shot with the FED 3 and Canon 50/1.8 Serenar









    I accidentally opened the film back mid-roll, forgetting there was film in here. Kinda cool
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    I have no idea how ,what or why this bird came to be in the situation .... based on the surroundings I would say it was a hobby of some sort .... crazy **** ....
    Had to laugh at the comments on my last image .... the old guy looking like a Yakuza dude ....... I'll post some images showing the what they were actually up to ....

    One more week in Japan then back to Hawaii ; )
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    Stopping by here with coffee going definitely makes for a more pleasant experience than the morning paper!

    Patrick, I am new here...welcome back! I have admired many of your photos on this thread. That image of the two girls is quite striking in spite of the fact that they are both compelling to look at. The capture is really spot on.

    If I may, the technique of including film border is nice but the subjects deserve.need some space between them because it gets busy when they are atop one another as they are here.

    Robert, I like the color version you made of your friend. That works really well.

    Gary, The closeness and warm light in photos 1 and particularly 5 lens a nice observer feel to the images.

    Rayvan, I like the landscape with stones. Any more from that locale.


    Shirokuro, Excellent set (with man in hat). Those are fun!

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    Why I prefer a viewfinder



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    Oh Charles! Quit wandering into dangerous places, like that Yakuza-run Child Sumo Wrestling Club, and that Japanese Bird Crucifixion Boutique! In all seriousness though, I'm glad you posted the sumo photos... it's nice to see the "yakuza man" smile like that! Has to be the favourite of my set. A very touching set The bird thing is a little messed up though... the photo's great... the hobby... kinda creepy. Taxidermist?

    Thanks David I believe I saw a few of your works here too... I havent been looking much since I've been in Hong Kong for the past while... and lost my laptop to the repair centre upon my return home.

    Mike, I completely agree... using a camera without a finder feels silly. At least he's not adopting the "Asian Tourist Father" pose. Butt out, back straight, squatting, arms out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Rayyan, don't put the food away, I will be over in a minute.
    Mikal, thanks. I shall be waiting!

    Regards.

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    The valleys and mountain regions have a distinctive feel of the past.

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    Here is one of several exposures I made Tuesday night at False Creek in Vancouver. It was raining pretty steady but I managed to hand-hold this one at 1/12th of a second stopping my lens down to f4.
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    Rayvan those are nice. Where are they taken?
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    nice harbour shot! 1/12th of a sec lovin' that rangefinder!

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    Rayvan those are nice. Where are they taken?
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    David, thanks. These are in Anatolia, Turkey. To your previous query, yes we have many pics from the region. I have to sort them out, once I get home.

    My apologies for not responding to the other wonderful images by you all.

    Lovely pics and variety from you all.

    Regards.

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    Long forgotten, but came in handy!

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    Pleasing to my eye...

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    There's a small amount of post production on this shot but really not much. It was a brilliant day here. 21mm Super Elmar.




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    Wow... david... 1/12 of a second... that's amazing. I actually have trouble getting shots at 1/60. I don't know if it's my hands, or my subjects, that are moving too much.

    Still not digital, but I figured i'd share anyway...

    Hillary and I like taking walks around Cambridge. We saw a couple sitting under a bridge one day and decided to go there on our next walk. It was kinda nice there... a lot of bugs though There's a little bit of graffiti down there, mostly words. Some tasteful, some not so much. Here's one that was really sweet. This was a few months ago

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    Great work every one !! It is indeed getting better and better

    David, lovely warm silhouette !

    DwF, excellent captures with the 35 cron !! don't you just love that lens !

    Patrick, stunning street set, specially the third one with excited ladies with phones !!! well done !

    Robert, lovely portrait!

    Gary, stunning crisp shots! specially the first one !

    Rayyan, Lovely shots, and the one with the fresh food made me really hungry !

    Shiro, stunning set and i really love your B&W PP, well done !

    Having fun with friends daughters, and kind of exploring the semi-cinematic PP, M9 + 50 cron


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    love the mistake at the word "tear" ... makes the flow of reading the words stop on the word "tear" .... from the wall the words look to be crying tears of blue the way the paint is running .. forming the words ....
    Makes me want to write poetry ; )
    The blues crying out from a cold stone wall , a promise to you .. a challenge for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post
    Rob, it almost feels like you took two entirely different photos... they both have very different feels. The B&W one is a little stronger, more classic. Though the colour one portrays the process that you described really well, taking the photo in fleeting light, having only a small beam of it lighting your subject. It would be interesting to see if either could be edited to find a balance between the two...

    Gary, cool shots with a lot of depth The third one, the one with the branches, is my favourite

    Rayyan, which part of the silk route were these shots taken in? The Silk Route is that extremely long trading route, right? Cool shots

    I was scanning some film yesterday (as I'll be doing today), and wanted to try a new technique. I scanned them on my flatbed scanner without the film holder to get the film border. It's... kinda tacky. Though I just went with it. Don't think I'll be keeping this style, at least not with more serious shots. Scanning without the holder makes it hard to ensure that there is no dust on the negative or the glass... and that the negatives are in the right place of the scanning bed... the film also isn't in the optimal focal range of the scanner when it's lying flat on the scanning bed either, resulting in scans that COULD be sharper. It's just a huge hassle. Not that shots of Hillary aren't serious but these were just test shots for a new camera (which I promptly sold and promptly regretted selling).

    These were shot with the FED 3 and Canon 50/1.8 Serenar



    I accidentally opened the film back mid-roll, forgetting there was film in here. Kinda cool
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    Having fun with friends daughters, and kind of exploring the semi-cinematic PP, M9 + 50 cron


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    Mohhamad: Nicely done. Like them all. They do have a distinctive, arty, cinematic look (Felini's Amarcord?).

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    M9 & 50mm Summicron. Why use a Leica for still-life? Why not. No hassle, better lenses.
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    Sleeping Princesses = great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Mohhamad: Nicely done. Like them all. They do have a distinctive, arty, cinematic look (Felini's Amarcord?).

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    This is my favourite too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by downstairs View Post
    M9 & 50mm Summicron. Why use a Leica for still-life? Why not. No hassle, better lenses.
    Just beautiful

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    I've been enjoying this thread and the wonderful images.

    A couple from today with M9 and Hexanon 1.2/60mm @ f1.2



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    Matt, thank you.

    The simple elegant structures fascinated me...

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    Some of my faves of the last few days..

    enjoyed this one
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    strong set, heres my faves
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    lovely still life
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    humorous and well captured as ever!
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    This whole set was great
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    And one from me..

    m8 & 50lux v2

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    hi everyone! long time no post :P i've been shooting with film recently so i don't have any new photos to share (at least any that i'm proud of… been having some technical issues with keeping and storing the photos i've taken).. so i'm just here to compliment the amazing work i've missed

    Rob: i like the black and white version better personally.. i have a thing for dramatic b&ws xD
    Shiro: really nice set i love the narrative you've showed us. not what you'd expect after seeing the first photo
    Mike: your sense of humour is hilarious xD the asian dad pose! i see it often when i shoot with Patrick haha
    DwF: love the vancouver shot! best city in the world right xD (aka my hometown)
    Mohammad: the sleeping princesses are adorable but i love the definition of the girls' eyes in the first shot!
    Matt: yes i was hand drafting our final project at my studio desk personally i can't stand computer drafting.. but i guess i'll have to get used to it :P
    Steve: love the framing of the group through the right-hand-side arch.. what are they doing though xD

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    Andrew, thank you
    Patrick, love that set of shots downtown! Very nice! I really like the film like framing of the shots too
    Gary, very nice set
    Downstairs, beautiful still life
    Rayyan, lovely captures! Loving the layout of the food fest
    Charles, great sequence of shots! Love the humour here
    Mike, great street capture
    Mohammad, stunning portraits, and love the PP'ing
    gplatt, very dream like rendered portrait!
    Steve, excellent captured composition!!!

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    Wow, I'm gone for a weekend and so much great shots have been posted!

    After receiving the 50lux, I noticed I'm missing critical focus a lot more. Saw a thread in LUF (M9 - coincidence at infinity - Leica User Forum) on adjusting focus myself and gave it a try. Now reviewing my shots from the weekend and I'm proud to say that the problem is solved. Now on to photos (of not my son for once)...







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    Mohammed , David, Charles, Steve..lovely postings. thank you.

    Protection from the evil eye!

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