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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    still only walking a couple miles each day.. this is from this morning's walk through Henry Cowell... this time with the M9 rather than the D800
    Jim - I'm glad to hear that you ARE walking a couple of miles a day - love the second shot

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    Maybe one more. M9 and 50 Lux ASPH. Taken on the A303 near Mere.
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    I know the A303 so well . . . but usually in the context of traffic jams!

    That's a lovely photograph - really fine.

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    Fantastic black and white architecture, with one of my favorite lenses (WATE)

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    Great family cuddles - still with the Monochrom?

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    That's a fantastic sunset . . . as for the colour - I think it's open to interpretation isn't it! "Correct" is a complicated word when you've done such excellent post-processing . . . Looks fine to me anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    2. Jono, great commentary. I too am curious about how effective the M will be for BW, but I suspect it will be a very solid option. The MM gives us a different type of flexibility in images, in the tonal rendition and greyscale depth (am I making these words up), than any other camera, including it's closely related M9. What is obviously lost is the ability to manipulate color channels. I suspect that with the higher ISO capacity and CMOS rendition, there should be quite a bit of flexibility in the files coming from the M....that being said, all of our digital M's (M8, M9, MM) are very capable BW cameras
    Hi Ashwin
    I enjoyed your Steve Huff piece - and wonder how you have the time to do all this stuff and work!
    As you say about BW cameras - personally - I'm really missing the MM - and it was a real education to spend a lot of time concentrating only on black and white . . . . but I do like colour as well, and found it confusing swapping between one and the other. Manipulating colour channels is great - but to be honest I found that using Silver efex pro I could get good filter effects from the MM anyway.
    As you say - let's hope the M does well with conversions - If it does I can see my kit cupboard emptying rapidly (together with my bank balance).

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    Distortion. M-E with Zeiss Biogon 25mm f/2.8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
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    Fantastic black and white architecture, with one of my favorite lenses (WATE)
    Many thanks! Here are some black&white landscape pics:



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    An odd crowd...where are they from???
    (M9, 50mm Summicron)


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    Fantastic, Frits, Wosim, and Carl!

    Jono, great thoughts. The MM will likey be a "long term" camera for me. Sor far, the only cameras that have met that description have been the original Canon 5D, the M8, and the M9 (and probably the 645D, as I really dig that camera). The MM is such a unique beast. I feel that I am re-discovering how I see and shoot BW.

    Today, I shot extensively in BW with both new and "old" glass (i.e. C-Sonnar 50 lens), and found again that the modern glass behaves very differently in BW on the MM sensor than classic lenses. I am not sure how I missed this before when shooting, but there's something about how the MM's sensor renders, that to my eyes, does quite well with vintage glass. I have thus dusted off many of my older, less used lenses, for use with the Monochrom. I continue to love how modern glass renders sharpness and color on the M9.

    Here are a few images to share from this evening's Thanksgiving Festivities:

    C-Sonnar 50:










    35 summarit


    One with the 35 Summilux LFE (taken by my friend Joe, but it is my finger)
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    Some real nice work you guys that post so regularly!
    Ceh would love to know what USM params you use for your mountain B&W images they looks so crisp without looking over sharpened nice work.

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    I'm enjoying this immensely.

    Joss Stone. M9 and 50 Lux ASPH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ced View Post
    Some real nice work you guys that post so regularly!
    Ceh would love to know what USM params you use for your mountain B&W images they looks so crisp without looking over sharpened nice work.
    My 90/2.8 Elmarit is very sharp.
    For printing Harman by Hahnemuhle Gloss Baryta A2:
    PS CS 5.1 USM 85,0.4,0
    For web:
    PS CS 5.1 USM 30-35,0.3,0

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    Ryan, Ajay, David, Carl, Wolfgang, Frits, Ashwin, wuffstuff, Cenek: Amazing work all.

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    ceh thanks I will look at your system and see how it pans out. Thanks for sharing the great pics you post!

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    One from last night:


    And one from this morning... It doesn't get this foggy often here:
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    The M8 just came back from a CLA. Keeping the theme of my posts showing R lenses on the D800E, here is my dog Bea again in action. I used the 50mm Summicron at f2.2. Unlike the Nikon which has a fast motor drive, I was only able to get off one or two shots as she ran back to me with the ball. Of about ten shots, the first was in focus, but composition terrible, nine shots later a get a better one.



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    I'm impressed you got what you did!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    One from last night:

    And one from this morning... It doesn't get this foggy often here:
    These are terrific, David.
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    Gordon Bennet - what a load of fantastic photos
    Carl - your colour distortion works really well
    Wolfgang - the landscapes are also lovely - I personally like the bench best, but the last one has a romantic thing about it.
    Ashwin - you seem to be having a pretty full life at the moment! The little girl with the dog is gorgeous, but I prefer the second shot with the guy and the pestle and mortar.. . . and the last one with the nose.
    David - love the first shot especially
    Cenek - that mountain shot is wonderful - we're just cranking ourselves up to organising the skiing - but I don't think we're as brave as you!
    Wuffstuff - what are you doing taking snaps of Joss Stone (nice one though). Have you got any shots of Jessie Ware . . hang on, you're in Devon . . . how about Polly Harvey?
    Robert - even on an internet forum these shots shine out beyond those shot with the Nikon. Maybe MF isn't so much of a disadvantage?
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    Pub Lunch . . .with the 35 FLE



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    On the other hand, a walk in the countryside is healthier:

    With the WATE



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    Thank you Emma . . . The smoked haddock with capers, parsley and garlic was sublime




    Actually . . this shot irrigates my heart with . . . okay, I'm english, but I'm quite pleased with it! (even if the focus is in the wrong place).

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    Very nice shot! Really the perfect moment, Jono!



    Leica M9 - Tele-Elmarit-M 90mm - one of my favourite lenses: so lightweight, so sharp!




    Leica M9 - Voigtländer Nokton 40mm

    I really like this thread!

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    Thank you for the kind words
    I was pleased. . . . nice to make a pretty picture of something you love

    Quote Originally Posted by wosim View Post

    I really like this thread!
    Good isn't it - and the kitten shot is fine (is she an Abyssinian - like the one in my shot - if so you're in trouble!) . . . that 90 elmarit lens is a favorite of mine as well . . I've just ordered the 135 APO . . . . .

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    Jono: Wonderful shots. I particularly like that last two.

    Wolfgang: That 90 Elmarit is indeed a wonder. (I love mine.) Nice shots both.
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    . . that 90 elmarit lens is a favorite of mine as well . . I've just ordered the 135 APO . . . . .
    Wooo! New lenses. The 90 and 135 make a great combo. I often wish at having both back, but will make do wit the 90 APO and 135 Tele-elmar for the long end...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Wuffstuff - what are you doing taking snaps of Joss Stone?
    Jocelyn is a friend of the family. I don't take many photos of her though as I feel I'm taking advantage of her celebrity.

    She does take a nice picture though. I don't know PJ Harvey - she's a Dorset girl.

    Here's a further shot. Taken at Longchamps. M9 and Zeiss 35/f2 Biogon.

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    Jono some nice pics posted!
    Just wonderful the church yard and the lady with the cat.
    What on earth is happening to the UK pubs, those guys sitting there with wine glasses?
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    here are some shots I took a few months ago that I hadnt processed yet, yes they were taken through my cars sunroof as I parked under the tree




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    Great Photos everyone
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    M9-P,Cron 28/2.0,1/1000sec.,f/8.0,ISO 160

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    Planar 50:





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    Edward,
    great series,beautiful colors..
    ..wonderful portrait
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Pub Lunch . . .with the 35 FLE


    Jono, love this one! Hope you're well.

    Apologies for my recent absence - too much work and not enough fun

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    Edward,
    great series,beautiful colors..
    ..wonderful portrait
    Thank you so much ceh!
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    An afternoon walk at Sapsucker Woods (Cornell Lab of Ornithology) on the wetland trail. Not many birds to see this time of year but nice walking trails and no mosquitos. All with Leica M-E and Zeiss 25mm f/2.8 Biogon.













    Note the heron nest in the tall tree with the power line running up the side of the tree. There are cameras mounted up there that provide a continuous live feed of the nest.
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    Cenek and Wolfgang... I've never been one for landscapes, nature, or architecture photos... but yours just blew my mind.

    Gary, sorry for the lack of reply... I've been busy lately :P Maybe "soft" for the ASPH cron wasn't the right term. It's sharp, it captures crazy amounts of detail... but it's not unflatteringly clinical. There's a certain softness to it... maybe that's what they're talking about when people mention the "Leica Glow"... I'm not too sure.

    I picked up a Summaron 35/3.5 in LTM to replace my messy Canon 35/2... it's a cute little lens... sharp, low contrast... fun.

    My small friend Miho playing with my big Pentax 67 (body + lens for $150!) :P Taken with the Summaron.

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    What a page! Wonderful stuff everyone.

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    What a page! Wonderful stuff everyone.
    A definite +1 for me, Taylor. Couldn't have agreed more!
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    Some BWs from visiting the local IKEA:


    It's quite glowy, I probably should have stopped down, but I like how the mirror panels looks like grayscale swatches.

    The inside of that wall of windows is the cafeteria:




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    Wolfgang: Good looking Abyssinian shot!

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Thank you for the kind words
    I was pleased. . . . nice to make a pretty picture of something you love

    Good isn't it - and the kitten shot is fine (is she an Abyssinian - like the one in my shot - if so you're in trouble!) . . . that 90 elmarit lens is a favorite of mine as well . . I've just ordered the 135 APO . . . . .
    Jono: +1! Nice photo of Emma

    I, too, have a 135 APO coming. Makes sense with the future M. Incidentally, I'm extremely virtuous (unlike some, around here!). I, only have one camera in my possession - a Sony RX100. The MM's off being looked at. Locking up too much

    Yes, Abyssinians. Our first one, Abby (passed away in January):



    Even more fun in pairs. Aisling and Willow; 9 months old. (my apologies - a Sony RX100 shot):



    Aisling, or maybe, Willow:







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    M9-P,35 FLE,f/1.4,1/1500sec.

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    M9-P / 50 'lux:



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    Nice image in the forest Mike!
    Here are few from Belgica.
    Sablon & Spotty with M9, 35/2Cron the other with 90/2Apo.
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    I am seeing color artifacts (moire like) around fine detail in M9 images processed in LR4.3(rc). No way to remove it that I could find. Does not appear in files processed in Capture One 7 (no noise reduction or moire removal used). Anyone else notice this and have a LR solution?
    C1 left, LR right (open in new window for full size)


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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I am seeing color artifacts (moire like) around fine detail in M9 images processed in LR4.3(rc). No way to remove it that I could find. Does not appear in files processed in Capture One 7 (no noise reduction or moire removal used). Anyone else notice this and have a LR solution?
    I have noticed the absence of these artifacts when processed in Capture One 7, while they are present in PS CS5 (same processing engine as LR?) pretty much as in your sample here.
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    You take my pic. I take yours.


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    "...no, I don't care who you are!" LOL!!! Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I am seeing color artifacts (moire like) around fine detail in M9 images processed in LR4.3(rc). No way to remove it that I could find. Does not appear in files processed in Capture One 7 (no noise reduction or moire removal used). Anyone else notice this and have a LR solution?
    C1 left, LR right (open in new window for full size)
    Carl, Both show CA. Only a bit less on the left. Is it moire or CA?

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    "...no, I don't care who you are!" LOL!!! Love it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frits View Post
    I have noticed the absence of these artifacts when processed in Capture One 7, while they are present in PS CS5 (same processing engine as LR?) pretty much as in your sample here.
    Yes, same ACR engine. Guess I'll stay with C1 for the M9 files.
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    Carl, Both show CA. Only a bit less on the left. Is it moire or CA?
    I don't know Vivek. The colors only occur around high contrast edges, like the sign letters in this image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Yes, same ACR engine. Guess I'll stay with C1 for the M9 files.
    Well, of course, the LR files show more moire, but it is not completely absent in C1. I feel the LR version is more crisp. There is some softness in the C1 version. I would prefer LR myself, a little bit of moire doesn't hurt, it's a good sign that your lens is sharp
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