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    this is going to look lame here, but its a 9 photo stitch of the bay of Fundy near where I live



    however, I also created a photosynth that enables you to zoom and pan around using Microsofts ICE program and of course .........photosynth

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    2 more, this time the elmarit 135/2.8 from 1973




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    Love that last photo David :P His backpack seems more... "grown up" than my duck-shaped one!

    Rob, that photosynth thing is pretty cool... maybe I should start doing more of these... and less handheld shakey panoramas. Been itching for an X-Pan lately.

    Random photos from an old roll.. the last roll in my Electro GSN. I saw a giant pickle walking around downtown Vancouver with Hillary one day... so cool! I guess everyone's used to seeing it... nobody seems to notice anything strange on their walk!





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    Got my first roll back from my new Nikon AF600/Lite Touch 28. A really cool camera with a 28/3.5 on it. Tack sharp, decent distortion control (if you hold it straight), compact (fits in my palm, XA sized), cute. A real cool camera!

    I promised a better photo of Garrett, and here he is It was really nice having Garrett back actually. Last time we met was in February, and Hillary and I knew at once that he was a good man for Paige. Garrett stayed for a total of 5 days, but was only supposed to stay for 2. On the 3rd night here, the entire family got together for a Hot Pot dinner... it was really nice having everyone there in the same room. I think it's a great way to draw the Summer to a close.







    And the rest of the roll is just me and Hillary goofing around













    I just got back from a Chang family dinner. It was kinda nice 'cause at this point in time, everyone in the Chang family seems to remember me, even 90 year old Great Grandma Hillary's grandma seems to enjoy talking to me, Hillary's uncle and aunt asked me for computer advice and seemed to enjoy the conversation, and Great grandma smiles and points and me everytime she sees me It's nice to feel included.
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    Third post in a row!

    I bought a Minolta Autocord in May for some medium format fun during the summer! It didn't get as much use as I thought it would, and shooting medium format during school is a hassle due to time and monetary constraints... so I sold it. I used the money to buy a Contax T2, which I can use year-round Though, I immediately felt a huge sense of seller's regret after I scanned the last roll in my Autocord. Here are a few from that roll, and a left over I forgot to scan from the Nikon AF600









    This roll took a total of 3 weeks to shoot, there are multiple outfit changes, backgrounds, and our hair grew a bit with every frame, though it seemed like just last week that I loaded it up! Made me feel kind of sad that the last 3 weeks went by so fast. For Hillary and I, this is our last summer vacation, ever. We'll rarely ever get the opportunity to put everything aside and just relax, sit around, and do nothing, OR explore a new city, in the coming decades. Though, the bright side is that we still have a week and a half left
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    here is 6 shot stitch Panorama to break up Patricks posts


    I was holding off on creating these because i was trying to figure out the best way to create/convert them, I think I have it cracked. The ICE program MS has ( which is free!) works quite well , even on a difficult stitch like this that involves rotating subject matter, there is only 1 that I can see that is off , but the photosynth doesnt have it, hmm


    and a link to the photosynth


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    Everybody: Great work!

    I did a little 'trolling' in the Palouse files from mid-June.

    M9; Leica 21mm Super-Elmar-M f/3.4 ASPH; 1/1500s; ISO 160


    M9; Leica 35mm f/1.4 FLE; 1/125s; ISO 160


    M9; Leica 35mm f/1.4 FLE; 1/125s; ISO 160


    M9; Leica 35mm f/1.4 FLE; 1/1500s; ISO 160


    M9; Leica 35mm f/1.4 FLE; 1/1500s; ISO 160


    M9; Leica 35mm f/1.4 FLE; 1/1500s; ISO 160


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    Those are great shots, Matt.

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    M8 with Voigtländer 75/2.5.


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    Beautiful shots, Matt!

    I especially love the first one. It has such smooth tones. The 21mm Super-Elmar is on good hands.

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    Sorry I haven't posted here in a while. Real life intrudes.

    Here are three shots from a New York trip in June. All were shot with an 18mm Super-Elmar.

    I've been watching a lot of film noir movies lately.







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    And here are three shots from a New Orleans trip in May. All were shot with a 50mm Summilux.







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    Wow, David... really nice photos! I don't think I've ever been able to get photos similar to those. Don't know why, I guess I just don't have the eye for it

    From the Zombie Walk in Vancouver yesterday I missed my M8... and that 28 Biogon.









    And I thought my friend did a pretty good job with the makeup :P

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    Lovely! I'm thinking about combining the Zombie Walk and the Slut Walk....

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    These are awesome...I hope you guys can squeeze another vacation or two in - I really do!

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    a couple from the weekend...


    ...These? by Michael Hulcher, on Flickr


    Madelena by Michael Hulcher, on Flickr


    ...shopping! by Michael Hulcher, on Flickr
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    Robert: Really nice stuff. Love the panos.
    Patrick: Fun pix and accounts as always. The zombies in particular this time.
    David: Great to have you posting again!!! Terrific work... even with that telephoto.
    Magnus: Love that moody monochrome shot. Nice.
    Michael: Fun pix. Love that face in the second shot especially. (You're a lucky guy... and I know lucky guys... I am one!)
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    Michael those 3 are great, I even see a Leica guy in the 1st one

    and the 3rd one is my fave , so clear and bright
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    Stunning work, everyone.

    Patrick, you my friend are prolific! your pics of Hillary and the pic of Hillary's sister and her guy (are they back together?) holding hands in the car...AMAZING. Zombie walk shots were cool too Summer's not yet over (I hope), though...

    Robert, great nostalgia in your recent captures, and lovely panos!

    Matt, lovely to see the Palouse again...we will have to coordinate another trip out that way soon! Can you believe that 2 months has passed since then...


    Michael, great evocative shots of the lady...love the processing

    David, great to have you and your singular and unique vision back! Hopefully life intrudes less, and you can post more . Welcome back, my friend.
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    Nothing like the weekend to bring this thread hopping... I really enjoy reading every single post at Sunday night.

    Celebrated a friend's thirty something birthday yesterday... it's great when people around me just behave normally while I snap away.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Those are great shots, Matt.
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    Beautiful shots, Matt!
    I especially love the first one. It has such smooth tones. The 21mm Super-Elmar is on good hands.
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    Matt, lovely to see the Palouse again...we will have to coordinate another trip out that way soon! Can you believe that 2 months has passed since then...
    Gentlemen: Thanks! It's fun to see what I missed the first time through.

    Ashwin: We'll have to figure something out when you get a break from FB season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Sorry I haven't posted here in a while. Real life intrudes.

    Here are three shots from a New York trip in June. All were shot with an 18mm Super-Elmar.

    I've been watching a lot of film noir movies lately.

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    And here are three shots from a New Orleans trip in May. All were shot with a 50mm Summilux.

    David: Your B & W's are always an inspiration. I especially like these two. I bet you've got a few more 'dark' gems from NO.

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    Michael those 3 are great, I even see a Leica guy in the 1st one

    and the 3rd one is my fave , so clear and bright
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    Michael, great evocative shots of the lady...love the processing
    Thanks guys. Ashwin - I appreciate that. I've spent a ton of time developing some actions that are suited to the M8 (both with and without an IR cut filter) while retaining an aesthetic that I like. Hard work!

    There's a lot of great stuff around here. Crazy good stuff.

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    Thanks Patrick, Lloyd, Ashwin, and Matt. Much appreciated.

    Lloyd: Yep, the 50mm is still my longest M-mount lens. It's my telephoto.

    I decided to use only the 50mm in New Orleans. Just felt right, somehow.

    Here are a couple more from New York using the 18mm Super-Elmar.




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    Wow, David, film noir indeed. Nice!

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    That's a beautiful image, Jim. The thread is still called "Digital M" images, but for my part, I enjoy seeing the film images here as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    That's a beautiful image, Jim. The thread is still called "Digital M" images, but for my part, I enjoy seeing the film images here as well.
    thanks !.. this is probably on of my all time favorite lenses.

    I enjoy viewing (and posting) film images as well.. and from my part, an M image is that, regardless of film or digital.... just wondering where the best place to post, and view is.

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    Here is the link to the analog M thread. It doesn't get the traffic it used to, so maybe post in both places.

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/analog...tml#post440743

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    Nicely done Jim

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    It looks like the 2 canadians on the opposite coasts are running rampant with their M8s

    some shots from 2 days ago when I went to a nature preserve for the sandpipers feeding for their migration , it was foggy and raining but I figured the Leica is metal so it should be semi weather resistant? right? ( please!)

    Elmarit 135 again and a little post processing to make the shots look like 70s style National Geographic/ the National Film Board of Canada







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    Kewl stuff, Rob. Actually makes me dizzy to view.

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    You should have been there Lloyd , it was surreal , 120,000 of these little dudes and after 5-8 minutes of feeding they all took off at once and flew in a circle back to the shore ,they were up for maybe 20 seconds, but the noise was trippy .These are actually in reverse order , trying to use a 135 lens set at f4 on those guys was tough , so those shots were more luck than skill

    Here is what my daughters hair does in the fog and rain , my sister ( aged 44 so she spent a ton of cash in the 80s on her hair ) is SO jealous of the curls

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    Really great work from all

    Chris, that's a great idea... combining both walks covers all audiences!

    Michael, the photos of Madelena are great Beautiful moments, beautiful girl.

    David, I'm also really enjoying the noir photos... I spent about half an hour in a book store yesterday reading a big book on noir films... a well spent half hour! The other hours were spent reading comic books of course

    Jim, really nice photo as well... it's so dreamy! :S Sorry for confusing people with the film photos...

    Rob, so many birds... o.O I have a friend who's afraid of birds, that would've been a nightmare. And naturally (well... because of rain is kinda natural right?) curly hair is a gift Hillary's mom has naturally curly hair, but she spends a good half hour every morning making sure it's straight... a shame really

    Ashwin, summer's not over yet We'll make the last few weeks count!

    Just a little pondering today. Hillary and I got into a little discussion about artists now and artists back in the 60's - 80's. I was saying how it'd be cool to live back in he 60's - 80's, when a bunch of really cool artists took time to hang out with each other, get to know each other, and make friends with one another. Hillary said that it still happens now, but in a different way... everyone just spends time online, and artists aren't as recognized now, so if they DID hang out, it wouldn't really matter to the masses.

    I argued that because everything is so digital, what happens is that a relationship is lost. Though, I came here and... well I sort of proved myself wrong. It's true what she says... we kind of just hang out online now, but the relationship definitely isn't lost. At the same time, I kind of still stand by what I've said... just because the works of greats of our era are so disconnected, but that's a whole 'nother can of worms.

    THEN that got me thinking that it's really nice to see everyone's work here. It's nice to see what everyone else sees in their daily life. I feel lucky to be able to experience Michael and Madelena shopping, Rob and his kids wandering about, etc. It's something that is important to keep alive, especially when most of what I see in magazines and websites nowadays are impersonal studio portraits. It's nice to see the work, or at least mentality and ideas, of a few of my favourite artists surviving through little online communities like this.
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    You should have been there Lloyd , it was surreal , 120,000 of these little dudes and after 5-8 minutes of feeding they all took off at once and flew in a circle back to the shore ,they were up for maybe 20 seconds, but the noise was trippy .These are actually in reverse order , trying to use a 135 lens set at f4 on those guys was tough , so those shots were more luck than skill

    Here is what my daughters hair does in the fog and rain , my sister ( aged 44 so she spent a ton of cash in the 80s on her hair ) is SO jealous of the curls

    off to bed, nite all!
    I would love to see it, Rob.

    I have some of the same issues as your daughter, and have a son who definitely does. Most women in the family are jealous. BTW, I can't believe how fast your girls are growing up.

    Patrick: I think that Hillary and you are right, and maybe it's even better today than before. We tend to compress history when we look back at it, and think that events and people were more connected than they were in reality. The artists of former times may have gathered on occasion, but I suspect it wasn't nearly so often as we assume.

    In contrast, and using myself and this forum as an example, we are much more connected. We couldn't get together physically on nearly a daily basis, but here, albeit remotely, we do. As a result, I for one enjoy seeing the art and lives of the people here, and I've developed some very close friendships... some with people I have yet to meet in person. I'm inspired almost daily by the art here, and challenged to improve my own. Amazing times we live in.
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    Patrick, Lloyd , to echo what you have both said, I emigrated from the UK in 1980 to San Diego, then off to Canada in late 85 . I literally heard NOTHING about what happened to my old friends in the UK until the advent of facebook and the internet ( mostly facebook just within the last 3 years)

    I agree that getting together in person with a creative individual is fantastic , and I do that once in a while with some photographers/musicians I know and we have a great time chatting , being *artsy* etc but we shouldnt underestimate the power of the online community , seeing shots from all over the world and snippets of everyones lives can be just as inspiring , and great incentive to find your own path/inspiration

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    Thanks Lloyd and Patrick. So many beautiful images here. Love the portrait of your daughter, Rob. And that's a terrific shot, Jim -- even if it was captured on film.

    Here are three more from New Orleans using the 50mm Summilux.








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    Great shots, David. Love that first one in particular. The light is beyond perfect!

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    unbelievable stuff David. Just amazing.

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    I've received the visit from a good friend who will start to paint a portrait of me.

    Epson R-D1s and 50 lux asph:


    Miguel Retrato Frontal por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr


    Miguel Leyendo por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr


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    Those are great, Bruno. You beat him to the punch, and got great portraits of him!

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    Phew! I'm back. And really impressed by the stuff around here

    2 M9's - one with a wide angle, one with a 50 or 75 . . . .shooting bliss


    This was with the WATE at 18mm (I think).

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    NIce one, Jono. Welcome back!

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    Thank You Lloyd! Seems to be that I was inspired today!

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    NIce one, Jono. Welcome back!
    Thank you Lloyd.
    Funny, isn't it, that even when crushed to 1200 pixel jpg, there still is a something which Leica glass on an M body provides . . . important only to say it here though!

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    Hi Michael
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    a couple from the weekend...

    ...These? by Michael Hulcher, on Flickr


    Madelena by Michael Hulcher, on Flickr
    Two possibilities here

    First one is that you're the luckiest man in the world
    Second is that you're the best photographer

    Congratulations!

    seriously, Madelena is gorgeous

    Just this guy you know
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    Thanks Lloyd and Michael. Much appreciated.

    Really nice shots, Michael. I especially like the first one.

    Wonderful portraits, Bruno. Three very different aspects of the same person.

    That’s a fine shot, Jono. Have to dust off my WATE and give it some exercise.


    Two more from my June trip to New York. Both were shot with a 24mm Summilux.





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    Nice shots, David. I love the way that lens renders, and these are perfect examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Michael


    Two possibilities here

    First one is that you're the luckiest man in the world
    Second is that you're the best photographer

    Congratulations!

    seriously, Madelena is gorgeous
    Yup, my sentiments exactly.

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