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    I am planning to shoot and learn b&W for some time...
    This image is with the 50 Summarit.
    I dont have a good feeling yet how much contrast I do like to have in images.
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    a new Summarit?

    nicely done!

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    Charles those MM shots are great, they arent processed using any other program ( like silver efex pro?)

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    a new Summarit?

    nicely done!
    the 50/2.5
    I think those "new" Summarits are underrated by many.
    Also for the MM they might be a good match because they do not draw as contrasty as for example the 50/1.4asph.
    I own this lens because I find it great when you want to carry a compact kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelM6 View Post
    that's quite a shot Lloyd
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    this is always such a great place to find some inspiration. I must say that I really enjoy this thread and I'll be coming back around to comment from time to time. Some of you know that I've taken a job and I'm moving from Richmond, VA to Los Angeles this weekend. Its exciting and sad all at the same time. And partly because I've decided to go back to the DSLR world for annoying things like practicality, studio compatibility (strobes and stuff), the dust and weather sealing, AF for action and stuff. I don't know what's coming my way, so I just want to be prepared for anything. I'll miss shooting that little M8. Maybe one day soon, when I can make a little money at this whole thing, a shiny little M9 might come my way and I'll be back to posting images from that other coast.

    Keep shooting those M's guys. I'm jealous. PS - I switched to a D800 and all I can think about is missing manual rangefinder focusing (in the 3 or 4 thousand frames I shot with my Leica, I think maybe 10 shots were out of focus).
    Thank you Michael. And all the best on your move to The Left Coast. BTW, you can join us on the Nikon thread. Love to see your work there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Thank you friends..
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    Love this one, Cenek. Great moment, and a beautiful b/w.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Time for some colour. the night before my lil brother and his family went home we went out for Chinese food , adjacent is my eldest girls school so afterwards we went there to play , so here are pics of the kids

    Goldilocks ordering her food



    as much as I enjoyed last weeks flash shots, I prefer natural lighting , but thats probably because everyone in our family is a blonde or redhead and we have the skintone of xerox paper
    Looks like you all had fun getting family together. Another really nice set, Robert, but this shot of your little "Goldilocks" is especially wonderful. The shot of your older daughter is a winner as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post

    I am planning to shoot and learn b&W for some time...
    This image is with the 50 Summarit.
    I dont have a good feeling yet how much contrast I do like to have in images.
    Beautiful image, Tom. I love the soft tonality of this one.

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    The recent thread about using wide angle lenses for portraits inspired me to shoot around Laifeng today with my 18/3.8 Super Elmar M.

    The first is not exactly a traditional portrait...

    "Black Eye"



    And the next isn't a portrait either...

    "Drying the Newly Harvested Rice"


    So much for my great idea to capture ultra wide angle portraits today! DOH!

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    Maybe no portraits, but these are really nice, Stephen. I love the way that 18 renders, and these are a good reminder.
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    Stephen,
    the second image is great - compo,bw3D effect..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
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    M9-P,2/28 Summicron-panning...

    Hi Ceh,
    How can you post such great b&w images which make me feel that the M9p does such good b&w that there really was no reason for me to get that MM?
    Can you do me a favour and only post color for the next 4 weeks ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post

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    Thank you
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    Yes, thanks. Don't mind if I do.

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    Bet that's hot chocolate in your photo, Cenek. This is merely coffee:



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    A few from the M-M.

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


    M-M; 28mm f/2; 1/750s; -1/3 EV; ISO 320


    M-M; 28mm f/2; 1/500s; ISO 320


    M-M; 28mm f/2; 1/500s; -1/3 EV; ISO 320


    M-M; 28mm f/2; 1/1000s; -1/3 EV; ISO 320


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    >7161
    Lloyd: Thanks. It was a good day.
    Taylor: Thanks. I really like those compact, under-rated, Summarits.
    David: Those 'flowing' crystal photos are great! Beautiful tone.
    David: The sitting girl with the 'tablet' is a classic.
    Cenek: 'Old school' Leica! Nice.
    Patrick: When the teacher asks you to tell about what you did 'during your 'summer vacation', you've got a great tale with beautiful visuals...They don't do that in college, do they?
    Dude: Great! I like the 4th one. Bit young for tattoos, eh?
    Cenek: Cool shot of the 'generations'.
    Stephen: Well framed, and pp'd. Not, like a Safeway store.
    David: Cool. Similar and dis-similar. Nice 'pairing'.
    David: Thanks. Probably the right decision. It's a hard camera to 'explain' without sounding 'crazy stupid'.
    Cenek: Nice capture! Excellent 'subject' isolation.
    Dude: Thanks! Just another 'tool'. Wait until your kids have graduated from college and are getting paid to go to graduate school. I guess that 'dates' me.
    Lloyd: Thank you, sir!
    Michael: Keep checking in and good luck with your move and career. Richmond to LA: you won't notice a difference.
    Dude: Excellent! No MM needed.
    Cenek: Nice lines and panning.
    Charles: Thanks!
    Does 'crazy stupid' translate well to Australian? Congratulations! You'll have fun and your colored filter collection will grow. Fortunately most Leica lenses are at 46mm (except the few at 60mm and 39mm and Series VII). I'm really looking forward to your shots at the 'beach' and in Bangkok. My staff is amused (I hope) by the almost daily deliveries from Amazon.
    Paratom: Beautiful image...and, little girl. I used that lens today on my MM. It's so, tiny. I totally agree with your follow-up post on the Summarits.
    Stephen: Chinese R2D2? Both work well for me.
    Cenek: Service with a very nice smile.
    Chris: Excellent framing and tone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A few from the M-M.

    Cheers, Matt
    Nice set, Matt. The first and third in particular stand out... bright, clean whites, deep clear blacks. That last one is really nice too. Very timeless look. And I love the rendering of that 28 Cron.

    Results like these are really tempting me. I'm very far from an MM, but it makes me wish I weren't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice set, Matt. The first and third in particular stand out... bright, clean whites, deep clear blacks. That last one is really nice too. Very timeless look. And I love the rendering of that 28 Cron.

    Results like these are really tempting me. I'm very far from an MM, but it makes me wish I weren't.
    Lloyd: Thanks! Those boats in front of my office get photographed a lot by me. Haven't used that lens in a while. I like it too.

    Cheers, Matt

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    M9 + 90 Summicron

    Matterhorn, CH by BigHausen, on Flickr

    M9 + 28 summicron

    Meersburg, Germany by BigHausen, on Flickr
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    putting things in perspective...


    dog-tail grass
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    Matt, thank you! Really enjoying the M-M.
    Great series of shots! Your PP'ing with M-M are excellent in every respect. Full of rich warm tones

    Stephen, excellent images, even though no portraits The second shot is great!

    David, nice shots, particularly the last shot

    Shots this afternoon at the beach with the M-M 24 Lux @320 ISO









    Last edited by CharlesK; 8th September 2012 at 05:17.
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    Beautiful shots, Charles. Love the warm tones of your processing.
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    The rest of our new back deck got it's glass today. Now this may be a meaningless comparison, but I have medium format film photos and M Monochrom photos to compare:

    Before, film:


    After, M Monochrom:


    and

    Before, film:


    After, M Monochrom:


    Plainly, the film photos are better and more interesting. But that isn't anything to do with film vs digital; it's a matter of focal length (80mm on a 6x6 camera and 35mm on a 35x24 camera), aperture (f3.5 on 6x6 and f5.6 on 35x24) depth of field and format. Beyond those factors, anything else that differs might be due to FlexColor scanning software and Lightroom. I'll get it right one day.

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    If anyone is interested, I went out with a 90mm, 75mm and a 50mm lens and took the comparison pictures.

    90mm:




    75mm:




    50mm:




    It seems to me that a 50mm lens at f1.4 on 35x24 format gives a similar quality (if not the exact field of view) of photo compared to an 80mm lens at f3.5 on 6x6 format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hausen View Post
    M9 + 90 Summicron
    M9 + 28 summicron
    These are terrific, David.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    putting things in perspective...

    dog-tail grass
    Really nice, David. Love that first one. Nicely seen and captured. That Elmarit is a special lens. Very much underrated, I think.

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    Lloyd, thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    If anyone is interested, I went out with a 90mm, 75mm and a 50mm lens and took the comparison pictures.

    It seems to me that a 50mm lens at f1.4 on 35x24 format gives a similar quality (if not the exact field of view) of photo compared to an 80mm lens at f3.5 on 6x6 format.

    Chris
    Interesting experiment (this and the one above). I doh't know if it's meaningless, but it's not a one-to-one comparison for sure. I do agree that the shot with 50mm compares very favorably to the shot with the 80mm. Nicely done.

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    I prefer the MM to the Med format shots actually

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    Chris, very interesting comparison I feel it would be difficult to really compare, both mediums as they are so different. I will say though, I am pleasantly surprised with the quality of the raw DNG files with the M-M

    Another shot from last night with the M-M 24 Lux, @ 320 ISO LR4 only.

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    Clean, crisp shot, Charles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Really nice, David. Love that first one. Nicely seen and captured. That Elmarit is a special lens. Very much underrated, I think.
    Thanks, Lloyd! As I put the ZM25 up for sale, I guess the race between it and the Elmarit is over... but nobody won because now I lust for the 28'Cron I'm keeping the Elmarit for now so I can get use to the 28mm FOV, but it is a lovely little lens.

    During the trip to Sequoia, I packed the 28, 35, and 50 lenses and developed a few rules for myself on choosing lenses:
    1. 50'Lux for portraits, nothing can beat it (that I own), and pack the 28 just in case
    2. 35'Cron if I don't plan to change lens, it's very versatile

    They're not any special revelations, I know, but it has taken me a while to get the feel of each focal lengths and I probably would not have understood it fully without having to learn it the hardway and let myself come to the same conclusion on my own. Since that's the only 3 lenses I own, it makes it very easy for me to decide which lens to put on at the beginning of the day.

    Anyway, too much talking, more photos:

    I have way too many shots of my son goofing off and making funny faces, so I always feel special when I catch him in a more solemn look.
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    on a walk through the hills in tahoe. lots of fun to be had!

    M9 35mm

    the lens a day thing has really been a good way to go. i just need to GO more often
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    caught my friend laughing in my studio... it was really dark, 50mm Summilux pre-ASPS, ISO 1600
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    Lloyd, thank you Still finding the best way to PP the M-M files.
    David, very nice portrait of your son
    Alex, love the first shot.
    Just4fun, fun capture

    Couple more shots from this afternoon with M-M 24 Lux, near Natural Bridge I know there is a separate thread for M-M, so I am unsure which to post in



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    I'm thinking one thread is best. We are getting 45mm of rain today from the outer rain bands of Leslie. The rain makes pretty patterns as it cascades in sheets down the glass of the conservatory:



    and a crop:




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    My wife wanted a few more shots for her fitness portfolio...
    Rangefinders are versatile enough for me :-)

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    M9P, CV 12mm F5.6



    M9P, 35mm Summicron, ASPH



    M9P, 75mm Summilux



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    Nice shot, beautiful subject, Cenek.

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    David: Wonderful, thoughtful moment captured. I can understand the lust for the 28 Cron, it is a great lens... maybe my favorite. However, I actually lust after the Elmarit. They are so different, each with it's own strength. Will it never stop!?!

    Charles: That 24 lux/MM combo looks to be a match made in heaven.

    Steve: Nice shots of your wife. You are a lucky guy! BTW, looking forward to Thursday!!

    esmallits: Nice work... an excellent set of images. Obviously, you're skilled with a variety of lenses. I really like how that CV 12 performs on the M9. Do you have to use CornerFix, or something similar? I also really like that last one.
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    esmallits: Nice work... an excellent set of images. Obviously, you're skilled with a variety of lenses. I really like how that CV 12 performs on the M9. Do you have to use CornerFix, or something similar? I also really like that last one.
    Thanks Lloyd!

    Nah.. I cropped the corners off the CV 12mm shot. On the M8, the color shift is still manageable. On the M9, it is really kinda serious and affects the overall feel of the picture.

    Sharing another shot with the 75mm Summilux. This is indeed a magical lens...

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    Lloyd ,
    thank you.
    M9-P,Elmarit 2,8/90
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    Cenek,
    If that's the Elmarit-M 90 it's my favourite 90mm lens. I've had a couple of Canadian Summicron 90's, Summarit 90's and a Macro-Elmar-M 90 and none could quite compare. Stupidly, I would probably buy the Macro-Elmar-M again just for the portability. I really ought to learn never to sell a Leica lens!
    The few B&W filters I have had lying around from long ago were joined today by some new ones. If only this grey wet weather would stop I could try them out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by esmallits View Post
    Thanks Lloyd!

    Nah.. I cropped the corners off the CV 12mm shot. On the M8, the color shift is still manageable. On the M9, it is really kinda serious and affects the overall feel of the picture.

    Sharing another shot with the 75mm Summilux. This is indeed a magical lens...
    Thanks for the info. Yes, indeed, it is pure magic.

    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Cenek,
    If that's the Elmarit-M 90 it's my favourite 90mm lens. I've had a couple of Canadian Summicron 90's, Summarit 90's and a Macro-Elmar-M 90 and none could quite compare. Stupidly, I would probably buy the Macro-Elmar-M again just for the portability. I really ought to learn never to sell a Leica lens!
    The few B&W filters I have had lying around from long ago were joined today by some new ones. If only this grey wet weather would stop I could try them out!

    Chris
    Cenek, add my plus 1 about that Elmarit. I've had a couple of Summicron 90s, and got rid of them in favor of that 90 Elmarit.

    Chris: If that weather is were you are, YIKES! I've got a big thunder bummper overhead right now. The lights keep dimming when the lightning is nearby, but it's nothing like that... I hope.

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    Matt, thank you! Really enjoying the M-M.
    Great series of shots! Your PP'ing with M-M are excellent in every respect. Full of rich warm tones ...

    Shots this afternoon at the beach with the M-M 24 Lux @320 ISO

    Charles: Thanks! Looks like you're having fun, too. I like these. I think getting 'Landscapes' the way I want them will be the biggest challenge for me. Esp. 'tones'. Getting the colors and forms to 'read'.

    Cheers, Matt
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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Here's a couple from Saturday night.



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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Looks like a fun time.

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