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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    A shot of a friend's father at her graduation (studying to be an ultrasound technician)... Would love to know what he was thinking.
    "I hope she marries a doctor."

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    ...and another from last week. Taken with the Voigtlander 35 Nokton II

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Gentlemen: Thanks!

    One of our kittens in B & W.

    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/60s; ISO 3200


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    Beautiful looking photograph(s) and beautiful looking camera!

    Look forward to seeing more to come.

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    Some quick ones of our Maltese straight out of the Monochrom...

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    Alana on the Look Out by onesixeight88, on Flickr


    Alana Sleeping by onesixeight88, on Flickr
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    HiredArm: Another nice one.

    Chris: Looks really good. Nice tonality. Love the rendering of that Cron too... both of them!

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    Thanks Lloyd...I'm absolutely loving this camera!

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    Chris: Looks really good. Nice tonality. Love the rendering of that Cron too... both of them!

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    A few from last night and today.

    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/1000s; -2/3 EV; ISO 320


    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/45s; +2/3 EV; ISO 3200


    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/90s; ISO 800


    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/350s; ISO 320


    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/500s; ISO 320


    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/4000s; ISO 320


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    Lloyd: Congrats on the X-Pro 1, and, great photo of Mimi and your granddaughter.
    Michael: Nice "Kathyrn" shoot! The 3rd's my favorite.
    Robert/Michael/Lloyd/David/Taylor/Charles: Thank you, gentlemen!
    David: Nicely done 'mirror' shot.
    Lloyd: 'Noctilicious'!
    Michael: Nice 'conversion', angle and DOF.
    Chris: That's a beautiful shot! It just 'draws' you in.
    Lloyd: Light yellow, yellow, dark yellow, yellow-orange...
    Robert: Isn't that water cold? You're, like, North of Maine! Cute as always. I esp. like the second one.
    Lloyd: I actually bought that slide at the Mt. Rainier gift shop and scanned it.
    Michael: Great 'high key' pp. I like the first one's 'portrait' quality.
    Kristian: Congratulations! Look forward to your M-M work. Also, what strap is that?
    Chris: That one doesn't look 'innocent' to me!
    David: Nice shot. He is hard to 'read'.
    HiredArm: The casual pose and the DOF's cool.
    Dan: Thanks! Haven't seen you in a while. Be good.
    onesixeight(Chris): Beautiful shots of Alana! I thought you'd switched to film?

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    Thanks Lloyd and Matt. Oh and please stop posting MM pictures... PLEASE!!!
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    Charged the battery while I went to visit some folks, then put on the Elmarit 90 and spent my lunch sitting at my desk with a silly grin.




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    So after a two and week vacation, I'm finally at ease with my new Noctilux 0.95 ASPH : I'm going to sell it for a 35 1.4 ASPH and a MM

    Still undicided if the MM is the way to go or not, I have to say I'm impressed with the MM high ISO ability and fine tones but one thing is for sure - I'm currently more and more in love with black and white photography - finally, at a couple of years of having the M9, I'm getting bw pictures that I love - due most to the fact that while I might have changed a bit as photographer, I did sharpened up quite my skills in post processing - and I keep them now... to a minimum. Carefull focusing, most carefull composing are the big differences - and instead of spending an hour or so with each picture, I spend much less because I know what I want - instead I go surely for what I want and spend quite some time doing fine adjustments.

    Also, I just got newfound love for a much ill-loved lens that I had on my stable and was the lens I most enjoyed using on my trip - Leica 35mm Summaron f3.5. The smooth transition, the soft contrasts are just PERFECT. I felt sometimes almost not at ease since I was using it ALL The time and the Noctilux was just being on the bag.

    Funny how a 300 usd lens can kill a 9000 usd one.

    Anyway, sorry for the long rambling, here are few pictures I took :

    Normandy, the Mont Saint Michel :


    Saint Emillion on the background, wife on the foreground


    Chateau Yquem, at Sauternes :


    Chateau Figeac :


    3 pictures panoramic picture of Saint Emillion center :


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Charged the battery while I went to visit some folks, then put on the Elmarit 90 and spent my lunch sitting at my desk with a silly grin.
    Good to know the MM can also replace lunch... it may pay for itself, yet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by proenca View Post
    So after a two and week vacation, I'm finally at ease with my new Noctilux 0.95 ASPH : I'm going to sell it for a 35 1.4 ASPH and a MM

    Still undicided if the MM is the way to go or not, I have to say I'm impressed with the MM high ISO ability and fine tones but one thing is for sure - I'm currently more and more in love with black and white photography - finally, at a couple of years of having the M9, I'm getting bw pictures that I love - due most to the fact that while I might have changed a bit as photographer, I did sharpened up quite my skills in post processing - and I keep them now... to a minimum. Carefull focusing, most carefull composing are the big differences - and instead of spending an hour or so with each picture, I spend much less because I know what I want - instead I go surely for what I want and spend quite some time doing fine adjustments.

    Also, I just got newfound love for a much ill-loved lens that I had on my stable and was the lens I most enjoyed using on my trip - Leica 35mm Summaron f3.5. The smooth transition, the soft contrasts are just PERFECT. I felt sometimes almost not at ease since I was using it ALL The time and the Noctilux was just being on the bag.

    Funny how a 300 usd lens can kill a 9000 usd one.

    Anyway, sorry for the long rambling, here are few pictures I took :

    Saint Emillion on the background, wife on the foreground
    I struggle at times with that same realization. Expensive glass in the bag, and an old, under-appreciated lens on the camera.

    These are really wonderful pix, and I think I'm seeing the wonderful lens qualities you are seeing. Just to be sure, post a few more of your wife, and we'll try to evaluate more carefully.
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    I've been busy. Where to start. Monchrom + 35mm Lux

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    Monochrom + Nocti @ f.95. ISO 2500. All my Monochrom shots for now are processed through Silver Efex Pro as Ilford Delta 100 with some tweaks. Still working on this (it's going to take a month to get this fully sorted).

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    Ditto

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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    More Monchrom. + 35mm Lux. ISO 2500.


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    Same but ISO 1250.

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    Ditto but ISO 320 (the camera's native ISO). Conventional subject, working with a longish dynamic range.


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    Hi Woody,

    I'm seeing strange effects on your posts 7116 & 7117.

    Some strange sort of cross hatched banding on neck of card player and on his sleeves and over the wine glasses. Also in the shadows under the bowl and on the large tomato at front of bowl. Also I just looked again and the shot with the folded arms has same effect in shadows on the card table.

    Cheers,

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    Was this one shot through a screen?

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    Ditto


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    I was going to say the same , its probably the compression used when exporting to JPG

    Here is a shot I took using my MM wannabe

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    and another after I made him laugh

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    Gotta add a little color.

    50 Cron, X-Pro1:


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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Hi Woody,

    I'm seeing strange effects on your posts 7116 & 7117.

    Some strange sort of cross hatched banding on neck of card player and on his sleeves and over the wine glasses. Also in the shadows under the bowl and on the large tomato at front of bowl. Also I just looked again and the shot with the folded arms has same effect in shadows on the card table.

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.
    As I said this is going to take some work. Here's screen shoot of of crops from the shadow in the still life before Silver Efex and after (on the before I've adjusted the low tones to roughly match Silver Efex version). Sliver Efex is adding noise (purposefully) and local contrast and sharpening. Some low frequency banding shows up in the Silver Efex version probably as a result of Silver Efex pushing the original file too far. The same issue appears to be in play in the picture of the card payer - particularly in his neck. The pattern on the wall is a result of light from the outside coming in through a screened window. In general I'm finding the MM files to be tolerant of abuse in post - but apparently less so at ISO 5000.

    Other commentators have suggested that for the MM ISO 1250 is good, 2500 is pushing it, 5000 iffy and 10000 for emergencies only. This lends credence to the 5000 part of that equation.

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    One way to get a Delta 100 look without digital artifacts is to shoot Delta 100. This with my M4 and dual range Summicron.

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    it was practice for the Monochrom! haha

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    onesixeight(Chris): Beautiful shots of Alana! I thought you'd switched to film?

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    These are cropped in a lot! I believe all were with a B+W Yellow-Orange 040 filter.

    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/750s; ISO 320


    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/750s; ISO 320


    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/4000s; ISO 320


    M-Monochrom; 50mm f/1.4; 1/4000s; ISO 320


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    Stop posting these Monochrom shots, Matt. They're obviously posted to make the rest of us who have the camera high on our wish list jealous ... and it's working. ;

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    No Monochrom (yet ) but here is one from my M9-P and the Noctilux 0.95. My daughter visited me in China this summer, and she asked me to take her High School Senior portraits. Nothing like putting a little pressure on Dad! We ended up having a wonderful experience, and hopefully she got some shots that she liked.

    This was taken wide open very close to the minimum focus distance of 1m. I use a small Metz flash attached via sync cord to give some side light. Processed in LR4 and Silver Efex Pro 2.

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    Beautiful, Stephen! Here is my hairy offspring struggling with Mathematica over breakfast:


    M Monochrom, Summarit 75

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    I can see this that Monochrom syndrome is going to get out of control quickly...

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    Monochrom + 35mm Lux. Processed as Delta 100 in Silver Efex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by proenca View Post
    So after a two and week vacation, I'm finally at ease with my new Noctilux 0.95 ASPH : I'm going to sell it for a 35 1.4 ASPH and a MM

    Still undicided if the MM is the way to go or not, I have to say I'm impressed with the MM high ISO ability and fine tones but one thing is for sure - I'm currently more and more in love with black and white photography - finally, at a couple of years of having the M9, I'm getting bw pictures that I love - due most to the fact that while I might have changed a bit as photographer, I did sharpened up quite my skills in post processing - and I keep them now... to a minimum. Carefull focusing, most carefull composing are the big differences - and instead of spending an hour or so with each picture, I spend much less because I know what I want - instead I go surely for what I want and spend quite some time doing fine adjustments.

    Also, I just got newfound love for a much ill-loved lens that I had on my stable and was the lens I most enjoyed using on my trip - Leica 35mm Summaron f3.5. The smooth transition, the soft contrasts are just PERFECT. I felt sometimes almost not at ease since I was using it ALL The time and the Noctilux was just being on the bag.

    Funny how a 300 usd lens can kill a 9000 usd one.


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    I also love my old 35 Summaron, although I don't agree with you about the Noctilux. Anyway, great images but I wanted to ask about this one. I love the composition but are the black spots in the sky intentional? At first I thought they might over sharpened dust and debris on the sensor captured with an exposure using a small aperture, but there are so many I'm not sure.

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    Back to the M9 + Nocti

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    Ditto

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    M9 + Nocti

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    Same plus a profoto. f4.

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    More M9 + Nocti

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    Stephen, that photo of your daughter is fantastic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Stephen, that photo of your daughter is fantastic!
    Thanks, but don't tell my wife. I'm whining about how I need an M Monochrom!

    I should have mentioned that for this shot I used a three stop ND filter (ND0.9), along with the small Metz flash for fill, in order to shoot at f/0.95. When you shoot with ND filters it really messes up the EXIF aperture data on the Leica (goes from guessing poorly to guessing wildly).

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    Stephen, I had the same experience, but it's the picture that counts, and she looked beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    More M9 + Nocti

    That looks vaguely more complicated than a Telyt 560 on a Visoflex! Talking of which, here is the MM with a 15mm and with a 560mm:



    and the results:





    You can barely make out the cottage on the other side of the bay in the 15mm shot!

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    M9 + 21/3.4 Super Elmar-M

    This is at a little power station called Xiang Shui Dong, near our home in Laifeng. The mountain water was very cold!!!


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    Last one of the evening as I try to convince myself that I do not need an M Monochrom. M9-P + 50 Summilux ASPH

    "Crushing Rock"


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    Stephen,
    You obviously DO need a monochrom. And given that I am happy to be an enabler - carry on!



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    Yup. We all do, for that matter.
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    Some shots from my first outing w/ Fuji X Pro 1.. all with Zeiss ZM 25/2.8 lens..

    Blown away by the high ISO abilities of this thing.. and I haven't even tried fast glass yet. I'm taking photos in situations where I would have left the camera home otherwise...

    Labor Day weekend in Manhattan = ghost town, we basically had a ~100 seat restaurant to ourselves for 3 hours. :-)

    ISO 3200 +0.5 push in LR


    ISO 6400 +0.2 push in LR


    And now B&W..
    ISO 6400 +0.2 push in LR, plus Silver Efex 2


    ISO 6400 +0.5 push in LR, plus Silver Efex 2
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    Very glad you finally got it, Steve. Impressive indeed.

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    Ok time for a barrage I took a lot of shots while my brother and his family were in town from Ottawa , I skulked around the farewell dinner and used my Metz MZ40 on its 1 metre cord/lead along with my zone focused summicron 50 ( set for 1.5-3 metres at f5.6)

    I dont normally like flash , but i a case of serendipity I discovered something I liked , the B+W portrait with the background totally dark . ( oh , the luck was I had the camera on DNG+ B/W JPG and the first shots looked cool with a portrait in space)

    I wont spam the forum so Ill upload a few at a time.

    here are the first few I liked


    My mom photobombed me as i was setting up a shot, I saw she would so I set the lens at min focus distance to grab her, aged 69 and still a goof




    My youngest brother in the kitchen after cooking the meal




    My 5 yr old Nephew , yes I was on the floor holding the flash underneath us




    My 8 yr old daughter watching someone play




    My sister in law from Ottawa who is extremely camera shy " I never take good pictures!!" , but I managed to grab a flattering and demure shot of her, I hope she likes it , hope you all do too




    Lots of B+W this week Monochroms , M9s and M8s , oh my!
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