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    I forgot how fast this thread progresses... Thanks for the kind comments

    Godfrey, I completely understand what you mean... I figured that I'd have the same amount of free time this year as I did last year... so I bought a bunch of film in hopes that I get to learn how to develop in the school's darkroom. Sadly... I got a lot more work. I just developed a few more rolls so I'm hoping to scan those in a bit.

    Matt, Nice photos of europe I'm thinking of getting a few internships in europe in the coming years... so hopefully I'll be doing the same as you

    Matt Driscoll, looks like you had fun at that concert I miss hearing live music...

    So much has happened in the past few days... I don't know where to begin. I guess I'll start off with photo-related things... A day ago, my professors approached me while I was developing and asked me if I'd be interested in starting a photo club. They just bought a new gallery space down the road and want a few photos up there for the first show. They wanted me to help organize and gather a Cambridge Photo League (reminiscent of the New York Photo League that was disbanded in the 50's), a group that produces mostly film photos, and spreads the darkroom/film culture to the school community. Pretty cool huh? I got a few friends onboard... Hillary of course... and a really pushy, narcisistic Masters student (who's already expecting the undergraduates... or us... to do the "bitch work"). My current issue now is finding funding... both for the club and for me to be shooting film. I feel like if I'm to shoot primarily film, then I'll need a more... versatile body than the point and shoots I'm using. I'm looking into getting me M2. I've owned an M3 before, and the 0.9x viewfinder is kinda... limiting seeing as I shoot mostly wide angles.

    Ontop of that... I have mor epersonal financial issues. My program requires that we complete a certain amount of co-op/internship terms. I'm hoping to go overseas and work in europe, and at least spend one term in San Francisco. The problem is that I'm going to have to pay for a work visa every time I go outside the country. A Visa for the states is $1000CAD... not covered by the employers... that means ontop of the air fare and living expenses, I need to pay for a Visa. Europe's work visas are cheaper... but some countries are hard to get a visa in. Luckily, I was born in a British-Ruled Hong Kong and have an expired british passport I can possibly renew. Either way, I need to find a way to raise money for my Co-Op terms...

    If anyone has any idea as to how to get some money for both the Photo League and my Co-Op terms... I'd be more than happy to hear them! I was thinking we could host photo shows and sell a few prints... and I was thinking of selling my X100 for a M2. If anyone's interested in my X100... I'd be more than happy to cut you a deal.

    Finally... wanted to show you guys what I've been up to. We did a case study of a homeless youth shelter in Toronto. It's an old firetruck repair factory that got re purposed into a shelter. It has 10 small town houses in it arranged along a "main street". Housing is free for up to a year for the youth, but they have to go through a screening process. The youth need to be working towards getting a job or working a job. 30% of their pay goes to a savings fund the shelter sets up for the youth. The youth get the money back at the end of their stay so they can use it to rent their own place in the city! One of the inhabitants had a child to support, so he worked real hard and saved up 10grand through the savings program

    Here's a stiched photo my group member did of the main street in the building.

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    Patrick, for you photo club, how about getting some sponsorship from the local shops? They can help by donating some gears and chemicals, and in exchange you'll periodically hold meetings in their stores or near so they can get some business from the club members. As for money for yourself, the only way I knew how to get cash in college is to work part time, skip on textbooks, and eat horribly cheap.

    More pictures from the camping trip... this batch: kids!






    My friend asked if I would do a session with them for their family portraits. I was both excited and scared, since I've never done any "serious" photography work before. Instead, I suggested that we just take a few shots near the campground and see how they like it first:
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    Those are terrific, David. That third one is off the charts!

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    well done David ( thats what I do, take shots and if they like them I continue)

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    Patrick, have you talked to KEH.com or Henrys ? they might be able to sponsor your photo club, or at least give you a good deal on gear

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    Matt, so glad that you liked my last set, indeed the 1st one is kind of scary because i thought that the dutch lady would hit me after this shot I really loved your set from Woody Fest with M-M well done my buddy !

    Dan, lovely captures from the aquarium, nice work my friend !

    Ceh, excellent shots !!

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    Those are terrific, David. That third one is off the charts!
    +1 from me David truly excellent work !

    some few colors and B&W from the beautiful city of Amsterdam with M9 and 35cron


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    beautiful colors,contrast,composition...
    Super Elmar 3,8/24 is excellent.
    Dan: +1! Great photos with a great lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I've been on the road for the past 2 weeks... Rode across the country on my Harley, 2752.4 miles... so I haven't been around much. I was able to follow occasionally via my iPhone, but not able to comment with my fat fingers. Truly some terrific images posted here lately. Great work everyone. I hope to have a few ready to share soon.
    Lloyd: Awesome ride!!

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    Those are terrific, David. That third one is off the charts!
    David: +1! I love the second one too!

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    A few more to share from my time with the camera....

















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    Ash: Freakin' outstanding! I, especially, like the old biker (#2), #6, and #8.

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    David,Mohammad,Ash,
    superb images
    Thank you all for your comments

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    M9-P,35/1.4 ASPH.FLE..1/180sec.f/2.8,ISO800

    ceh, a truly wonderful image!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    ceh, a truly wonderful image!!

    Best.
    Thank you for your kind words,my friend.

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    THanks, Cenek and Matt! Liking the MM more and more, given how flexible the images are in post-processing. I have a lot of growth to do...if I can ever get the camera. Until then, I have my NYC images to play with

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    Ash,
    I look forward to more images.
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    Camera: Beirette. Made in East Germany, ca. 1965-66. E. Ludwig Meritar 45mm f2.9 lens, Priomat shutter (1/30 - 1/125 and B).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few more to share from my time with the camera....

    Great set, Ash. I'm thinking the second and fifth shots have a lot in common.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post

    some few colors and B&W from the beautiful city of Amsterdam with M9 and 35cron
    Another nice set, Mohammad. That last one (of the Mini) is simply superb!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    M9P,Summilux 35/1.4,ASPH.FLE,1/125sec.,f/1.4...

    Camera: Beirette. Made in East Germany, ca. 1965-66. E. Ludwig Meritar 45mm f2.9 lens, Priomat shutter (1/30 - 1/125 and B).
    Love the way you see things, Cenek. Very inspiring photographically, and wonderfully done... as always.

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    Corner of 47th and Fifth Ave, New York. Right after I snapped this, the woman started saying over and over, "Hey, that guy took our picture!" The guy said, "So what?"

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    The ride, and where it took me.

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    Kansas City, MO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Corner of 47th and Fifth Ave, New York. Right after I snapped this, the woman started saying over and over, "Hey, that guy took our picture!" The guy said, "So what?"

    X-Pro1, CV 15/4.5 Superwide:
    Very nice Lloyd, and very close! Have noticed a real step-change in your 'street' - and it's all good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Corner of 47th and Fifth Ave, New York. Right after I snapped this, the woman started saying over and over, "Hey, that guy took our picture!" The guy said, "So what?"

    X-Pro1, CV 15/4.5 Superwide:
    What a wonderful wonderful shot, Lloyd
    Priceless I'd say and that caption is the icing on the cake ...

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Corner of 47th and Fifth Ave, New York. Right after I snapped this, the woman started saying over and over, "Hey, that guy took our picture!" The guy said, "So what?"
    Lloyd,
    strong,contact image..superb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Very nice Lloyd, and very close! Have noticed a real step-change in your 'street' - and it's all good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    What a wonderful wonderful shot, Lloyd
    Priceless I'd say and that caption is the icing on the cake ...

    All the best.
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    strong,contact image..superb
    Thank you guys. Your comments are very much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Ash,
    I look forward to more images.
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    Excellent!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Corner of 47th and Fifth Ave, New York. Right after I snapped this, the woman started saying over and over, "Hey, that guy took our picture!" The guy said, "So what?"

    X-Pro1, CV 15/4.5 Superwide:
    Bravo!!
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    taken with Leica M9 + Canon 50mm f0.95 in M-mount
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    A few recent ones with the M-Monochrom.

    M-M; 50mm f/1.4; 1/180s; ISO 320


    M-M; 50mm f/1.4; 1/90s; ISO 320


    M-M; 75mm f/2.5; 1/500s; -1/3 EV; ISO 320


    M-M; 50mm f/1.4; 1/25s; ISO 6400


    M-M; 75mm f/2; 1/1000s; ISO 320


    M-M; 50mm f/1.4; 1/60s; ISO 500


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    David, I havent been camping in so long... hope you guys had fun! My parents went this summer without me...

    Rob, Talking to the people at KEH wouldn't be a bad idea... I've recently learned that you get a surprising amount of help just by asking for it!

    Moh, I've missed your photos... the one of the Mini is beautiful Very cool!

    Ashwin, cool photos! I enjoyed the one of the man with the djembe the most And I do believe that there's a photo of Lloyd in there... cool!

    Lloyd, the eye contact from the new york lady makes the photo! glad she noticed. Things like that happen to me every once in a while...

    Kevin, I've always wanted to try that lens out... so dreamy! lovely photo I do believe you're active on RFF as well... I think I remember seeing a thread you posted on C-mount lenses? I fell in love with those photos!

    I had quite a nice weekend... it started off with an email I received saturday morning that made my day and provided me with... a lot of relief. My friends and I were supposed to catch the 12:50pm Greyhound to Toronto on Saturday for a little exploration day in the city before Nuit Blanche (an annual all-night art festival) that night. We were already about half an hour late in our schedule, and the chances of us getting on that bus were slim.

    I checked my phone for the time, and found an email from a GetDPI member who offered to donate me his unused cameras to help with the photo club, and alleviate my financial stress I couldn't be more happy at that moment... I'm always surprised by the generosity and empathy that comes from this forum!

    We went on with our trip, me a little happier than I was before... and we ended up at the Greyhound depot about 10 minutes late... with the bus waiting at the terminal. We asked if we could all fit on the bus... and they said that they had just enough seats for all of us

    We made it to Toronto on time, and had a pretty nice day/night in the city. Nuit Blanche this year was a little disappointing but I had a great time with my friends I'll post photos of it in a bit... still working on them now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post
    David, I havent been camping in so long... hope you guys had fun! My parents went this summer without me...

    Rob, Talking to the people at KEH wouldn't be a bad idea... I've recently learned that you get a surprising amount of help just by asking for it!

    Moh, I've missed your photos... the one of the Mini is beautiful Very cool!

    Ashwin, cool photos! I enjoyed the one of the man with the djembe the most And I do believe that there's a photo of Lloyd in there... cool!

    Lloyd, the eye contact from the new york lady makes the photo! glad she noticed. Things like that happen to me every once in a while...

    Kevin, I've always wanted to try that lens out... so dreamy! lovely photo I do believe you're active on RFF as well... I think I remember seeing a thread you posted on C-mount lenses? I fell in love with those photos!

    I had quite a nice weekend... it started off with an email I received saturday morning that made my day and provided me with... a lot of relief. My friends and I were supposed to catch the 12:50pm Greyhound to Toronto on Saturday for a little exploration day in the city before Nuit Blanche (an annual all-night art festival) that night. We were already about half an hour late in our schedule, and the chances of us getting on that bus were slim.

    I checked my phone for the time, and found an email from a GetDPI member who offered to donate me his unused cameras to help with the photo club, and alleviate my financial stress I couldn't be more happy at that moment... I'm always surprised by the generosity and empathy that comes from this forum!

    We went on with our trip, me a little happier than I was before... and we ended up at the Greyhound depot about 10 minutes late... with the bus waiting at the terminal. We asked if we could all fit on the bus... and they said that they had just enough seats for all of us

    We made it to Toronto on time, and had a pretty nice day/night in the city. Nuit Blanche this year was a little disappointing but I had a great time with my friends I'll post photos of it in a bit... still working on them now!
    Haha. Thanks for your words. : ) Indeed,I always post some pictures in that place. But I didn't post on c-mount lens.

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    Oh! My mistake, Kevin! Nice photos though

    Here are a few photos from last night... In all honesty, we barely saw any of the exhibitions... they were too hard to find, too small when you found them, and too crowded to see what was going on. I'll attach a few photos of last year's Nuit Blanche... which was much better I mostly only took photos of my friends this year...



    Probably my favourite photo of the night... so mysterious









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    Here are a few from last year's festival! I'm not sure if I've posted these before. The installations were AMAZING. There were also a little less people... it was easier to get around and snap photos. This year, I just ended up rubbing butts with a lot of strangers...













    And... Iunno if you guys will find this cool, but here's what I'm working on in school right now! I'm tasked with changing a place's purpose to promote a better sense of community (well, the actual assignment asked us to confront issues that came with the post-fordist era...). The transformation has to focus on the threshold (a transition in space) of the location. We're planning to turn my friend's room into a cafe... and turn the patch of roof his window looks out to into a patio. Here's a study of the existing place done in film.

    The slide contains panoramic views of both the indoor and outdoor spaces... and a section view, cut across the room to the extent of the patio.

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    Patrick, was this shot through a bottle or something? Very cool effect and very fitting for the image.

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    Patrick, what a stunning series. I too like the capture that David pointed out directly above...fantastic!!!
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    Lovely MM work, Matt!
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    Stunning X-Pro work with the 15, LLoyd...the hyperfocal suits you well!
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    Stunning childhood portraits, David!!!
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    Well, I keep digging up more from NYC...hope you all don't mind:













    And in the great tradition of GF putting up with wanna-be photogs, here is one more:
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    Lovely, Ash. Certainly don't mind. Keep them coming.

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    Lovely, Ash. Certainly don't mind. Keep them coming.

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    Some Tangos in Liverpool Street Sunday Afternoon with Leica M9p and 35 lux asph:



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    M9-P,35/1.4 ASPH.FLE,1/90sec.,f/1.4,ISO 800

    Collection..

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    I've just embarked on a little project shooting colleagues in the office. Been there 7 years, and just wanted a good excuse to get around and catch up. Turned out to be a really fun and popular initiative so far, and I'm making it a point to make my rounds during lunch

    Here are a couple that I really like

    Colleague / housemate doing an Edward Norton squint


    The M9P wanted to come out to play too


    One of the guys from the UX team


    The impeccably-dressed Italian


    The alluring Frenchwoman
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    David It was actually a composition of (i believe) 5 semi-slow exposures layered ontop of each other. The radial blur is from the dancer swinging the torches. I remember being approached by the dancer online after she found the photos, asking me if I wanted to do a photo shoot with her. I had to decline due to school though

    Ashwin, nice series of New York I'm going to be there in two weeks for a school trip

    Bruno, great series! They're all so 3D...

    Maggie, have fun with the new M9-P!

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    Thanks, Patrick. Though I'm not sure I'm really liking it. I've grown so accustomed to the Fujifilm X100, the M9-P seems to pale a bit, at least so far.

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    Ashwin - the first one with the subway steps is a complete killer

    However - this one tickled my fancy:

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    Well, I keep digging up more from NYC...hope you all don't mind:

    Hey! didn't know you had Steve Huff with you?

    (apologies to Steve if you're reading this - I couldn't resist)

    Just this guy you know
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    Doggy Style:



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