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    Mr. Capote, I Dig Your Hat...


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    Feel My Weather...


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    "Pure"


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    Joe, Ashwin, Steve (sjg284) thank you so much for your kind words, i really appreciate it, and glad you liked it !

    Joe, amazing shots from your recent series, specially the Moma and Ouch ones, excellent capture and composition !!

    Matt, i love your capture for the little girl in the parade, as well as the B&W man setting and thinking in the market

    Steve (sjg284), lovely automotive theme from Paris, nice job !

    Ashwin, you blow me away with the Reach for the skies shot, you are the master, amazing prospective, well done my friend

    Daniel, lovely exposure with the 35mm Biogon! and the set from Melbourne, , as well as the firework shot, and finally the night scene for the building is just stunning, excellent job!

    Robert, i agree with Lloyd, i love the composition and treatment of girl walking in the forest.

    Mike, i so enjoyed your wedding set, as well as Further reductions and young attitudes beautiful stories !

    DavidE, your architecture shot with 24 lux are just stunning, well done my friend !

    Luka, I'm speechless about your yellow stone set, just beautiful, artful and colorful, well done !

    Steve, I just loved your shots with 90mm cron, excellent capture and processing, , and the last three shots 50mm lux are just pure coolness, amazing compositions and B&W conversions, well done !
    Mohammad Al-Khamis

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    LB102 by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    M9 and 35mm cron
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    Thanks a lot for the comments guys! And great shots!

    Here's the next set - Mesa Verde NP, Arches NP, Canyonlands NP

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    Bon Odori 2011.

    Here are some of the photos that i took during the event. Please visit my flickr for the rest, thanks !http://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinng692/



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    Mohammad, Great View,Perspective & PP & Thank You!

    Luka, More Show Stopping Photography With Excellent Presentation!

    Edwin, Love The PJ Style, Processing & Human Element Displayed! Well Done!

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    Lloyd sent me a note - threads end around 100 pages, and I jumped in late. Here is the repost:

    Quote Originally Posted by kevin2i View Post
    Summicron III. Amazing little performer. All LR, no PS.

    Ladera Winery (away from the crowds, highly recommended!)


    North of Petaluma


    And a little color (75/lux) . . . .

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    thanks for the kind words, David, Charles, Mohammad

    dude- great shot, love the way the circlular bokeh draws the eye inward
    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    mike - great capture of a quiet moment of thought
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    david - another reminder that i really, really need to get to a beach soon :-)
    great color and depth
    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    steve - great shot & caption.. you have a great sense of humor in your photos
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    mohammad - great aesthetic, reminds me of film
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    One complaint I do have (and found out the 'hard way') is that long exposures are immediately followed by a camera lock-up as the camera exposes a black frame. Really need to turn this off, makes firework photography difficult. A shame because the CCD colors work well.

    Heliar 15mm. Very surprised by this lens, sharp edge to edge (a little soft in corners). 21mm setting (newest firmware) does wonders.


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    Quote Originally Posted by denoir View Post
    Thanks Lloyd! Yeah, it was quite a trip. Nine national parks, two national recreation areas, two tribal parks and one state park in three weeks & 4700 miles.

    Where do you live? Moab?
    I live just outside of Salt Lake City.

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    OK. So again, a couple of days away, and I'm hopelessly behind! I'll try not to miss anyone here. I can say that there really is some terrific work posted on this thread!

    Bill: Great to see you posting here again. Your work is always superb! The colors... the sky, barn and the rape field, just jump off the screen.

    Brian: Great timing. Looks like you caught her just as her faith wavered.

    Matt: Nice work with the M8.2 I especially like the third shot... "nothing beats a great pair of legs!" And I really like the b/w of the older gentleman with his hand to his head.

    Mike: I agree with Bill CB, great tones - and subjects in those Poland shots. Terrific series from the wedding too. And your street shots, are always terrific. You have an amazing eye and great timing.

    Steve: That Carmine and the Fox is a classic! As is the sleeper on the bench. The Dan Khang shot is very cool, I really like the processing. And the surprise with the cake is honest joy. Love it. "Mr. Capote's hat", "Feel my Weather", and "Pure"... all Pure magic!

    Luka: I said it before, but I'll say it again, Amazing set of images!! And that set of Grand Teton and Yellowstone flat knocks my socks off!! To say nothing of Mesa Verde and Canyonlands. Wow... just wow.

    Seascape: Nice catch! Thanks for sharing.

    Robert: Cool green Challenger. (The B/W version is nice too, but I think I prefer the color.) Love the shot of your daughter (and Mimi loves her shirt!)

    David: More wide magic. Especially like that selfie! That shot of the statute with the 12mm is very cool.

    Rayyan: Great to see you posting here, my friend. Your magic hasn't dimmed a bit! Palpable texture in that shot of the old bridge.

    Daniel: More great work with the 18mm. Love the shot of the redhead, but I have to say I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with the 50 Lux!

    David: Wonderful shots from Rhodes. Again, amazing color.

    Mohammad: Love the timeless quality of the shot of the dog by the lake.

    Edwin: Impressive set. Really tells the story.

    Hope I haven't missed anyone. Like said above, marvelous work everyone.

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    Crater Lake with friends....

    35 Nokton & M9




    21 lux & M9



    Last with 75 cron, heavily cropped...Layers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Crater Lake with friends....

    35 Nokton & M9




    21 lux & M9



    Last with 75 cron, heavily cropped...Layers:

    Mate I cannot for the life of my understand how someone other than a full time traveller can get out and shoot as many places as you do...sweet work btw

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    Steve & Lloyd, Always Appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Crater Lake with friends....

    35 Nokton & M9






    Last with 75 cron, heavily cropped...Layers:

    Love the Peaceful, Reflective Mood on These 2 Ash!
    I Must Have Been Sleeping...Congrats On The 21 Lux!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leicashot View Post
    Mate I cannot for the life of my understand how someone other than a full time traveller can get out and shoot as many places as you do...sweet work btw
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love the Peaceful, Reflective Mood on These 2 Ash!
    I Must Have Been Sleeping...Congrats On The 21 Lux!!!
    +3. Really nice shots, Ashwin. (Including the missing color one! )

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    There are so many fine photos posted over the past few days. It's hard to keep up.

    More photos from my recent NYC trip. All shot with 24 lux.








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    Nice stuff, David. I like the patterns in the stone in b/w.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice stuff, David. I like the patterns in the stone in b/w.
    Reflections Too! Excellent David!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    "Pure"


    M9, 50 Lux asph
    Love it Steve!

    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post

    Mike, i so enjoyed your wedding set, as well as Further reductions and young attitudes beautiful stories !
    Thank you, much appreciated

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Mohammad, Great View,Perspective & PP & Thank You!

    Luka, More Show Stopping Photography With Excellent Presentation!

    Edwin, Love The PJ Style, Processing & Human Element Displayed! Well Done!
    +1 to all that Steve said, great stuff!

    Quote Originally Posted by sjg284 View Post
    mike - great capture of a quiet moment of thought
    Thanks Steve.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Mike: I agree with Bill CB, great tones - and subjects in those Poland shots. Terrific series from the wedding too. And your street shots, are always terrific. You have an amazing eye and great timing.
    Thanks Lloyd - always appreciate you taking the time to comment.

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    More lovely stuff, David. I particularly like this - which continues the theme of isolating subjects.

    Regards

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    M8 and 50mm 'cron:





    Regards

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    Here is one from a couple of days ago at the beach, late afternoon. M9, WATE at 21mm, approximately f/11, 1/500. If you click on the image you can see how sharp this lens is. The thumbnail doesn't really do it justice.

    I have sometimes thought I could get away without a viewfinder but this was done with the Leica 18/21, which works great with the WATE. The two frame lines are 18 and 21 on the WATE and the edges of the finder are 16mm. Smaller and easier to use than the Frankenfinder.
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    A few more with the 24.






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    M8 and 50mm 'cron:





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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    A few more with the 24.




    Killer Wide, David!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leicashot View Post
    Mate I cannot for the life of my understand how someone other than a full time traveller can get out and shoot as many places as you do...sweet work btw
    LOL. I try, Kristian. Thankfully, working at a university affords 25 days of vacation plus school holidays, so I try to use most of those days for travel....

    Creatively using my time, hahah...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post


    Another one David !

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Mike, An All Time Favorite From You! Brilliant!!! (Thank You Also)
    Thanks Steve, glad you liked it

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    Steve, Steve(sjg284), and Lloyd, thank you so much for the kind words, really glad that you like it guys, cheers!

    Luka, beautiful sets for Mesa Verde, Arches, Canyonlands, breath taking and inspiring !! well done !

    Edwin, I so liked the stories of your set from Bon Odori 2011, excellent processing, great job !

    Ashwin, your first shot of the last set with 35 nokton of the father and son looking to the horizon is so warm and intimate, well done my friend !

    DavidE, loved your set from NYC trip, you have really demonstrated the qualities of 24 lux with your art, cheers!

    Mike, I liked your first shot from the last set with women and the british flag, it just reminded of my childhood in the UK under the rain, good job buddy !
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    Mohammad, Mike, Ashwin, Steve - lots of great stuff as usual. And thanks Lloyd - I do enjoy posting here but I've been doing mostly MF work recently, so less to show in this thread.

    But I continue to be inspired by you "regulars"!

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    Steve, great street shots with the 50 Lux
    Mohammad, love that B&W shot
    Luka, superb series
    Ashwin, excellent set! The shot with the CV 35/1.2 is outstanding...just love the mood to the shot
    David E, Great set....love the composition and lighting
    Mike, Really nice street captures! Great PP'ing. My fav is shot #2, how almost the point of focus is on the woman, yet there is a lot going on

    Shots with 75 Lux






    Shots with the 28 Cron Asph



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    thanks for the kind words, Ive been shooting Takumars on pentax lately ( dont want to bring an M8 in a canoe!) be back soon

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    Wow, too bad you only had a camera for street work and b/w . . .


    Quote Originally Posted by denoir View Post
    Thanks a lot for the comments guys! And great shots!

    Here's the next set - Mesa Verde NP, Arches NP, Canyonlands NP

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    Are you using a UV filter? Nice resolution.

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    Great shot, and nice grain. Was this added, or shot at 1250-2500?

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Crater Lake with friends....

    35 Nokton & M9


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    First Shots - New M

    New M9, Nice to be back shooting M's. And thanks to Steve (Kuau) for the effortless transaction.

    Missing Posts -
    I thought I posted a few shots yesterday, but my post dissapeared. Lloyd mentioned my shots at the end of the 'old' M images were beyond the 100 mark, and should be moved to the new post. I'll try this one more time (apologies if they get ddoubble posted.)

    Quote Originally Posted by kevin2i View Post
    Summicron III. Amazing little performer. All LR, no PS. N. California Photos:

    Ladera Winery (East of St. Helena - away from the crowds, highly recommended!)


    North of Petaluma


    And a little color (75/lux) . . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Steve, great street shots with the 50 Lux


    Thanks Charles & Superb Set!

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    Steve, thank you Much appreciated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    M8 and 50mm 'cron:

    Regards

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    Love the processing on these, Mike. Great stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weinschela View Post
    Here is one from a couple of days ago at the beach, late afternoon. M9, WATE at 21mm, approximately f/11, 1/500. If you click on the image you can see how sharp this lens is. The thumbnail doesn't really do it justice.

    I have sometimes thought I could get away without a viewfinder but this was done with the Leica 18/21, which works great with the WATE. The two frame lines are 18 and 21 on the WATE and the edges of the finder are 16mm. Smaller and easier to use than the Frankenfinder.
    Very nice, Alan. Tack sharp indeed. I'm a fan of that WATE, but not of the Frankenfinder. Good idea using the 18/21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    A few more with the 24.

    Holy cow, David! One of your best ever!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Shots with 75 Lux

    Shots with the 28 Cron Asph
    Nice set, Charles. Wonderful light on the grass in that first one. And I really like that last shot, with the person on the rocks as well.

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    Testing a Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.1



    Shot at f/1.1 (the metada shows 1.4) ISO 500 1/250
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    OK. So again, a couple of days away, and I'm hopelessly behind! I'll try not to miss anyone here. I can say that there really is some terrific work posted on this thread!

    Rayyan: Great to see you posting here, my friend. Your magic hasn't dimmed a bit! Palpable texture in that shot of the old bridge.


    Hope I haven't missed anyone. Like said above, marvelous work everyone.
    Lloyd, thank you my friend.

    It is old work, that I am digging up. Nothing new from me Lloyd.

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    Ashwin, excellent work as usual.

    Steve, you signature is all over the photographs.

    Lovely work you two.

    Regards.

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    Phew, it's been a bit crazy at work, but I had to jump in and acknowledge the great images that so many of you have posted.

    First, thanks to you all, Lloyd, Steve, Mohammad, Rayyan, Bill, Charles, Kevin, Kristian, for your kind words.

    Kevin, I did add grain in post-processing. ISO was probably 320 for that one, but grain was added for effect...

    Edwin, great classic environmental portrait series

    Steve, fantastic caps of "Capote" and the "Pure" pic is pure bada$$

    Robert, the bokeh on that capture of your child is amazing. Great work. Come back from Takumar land LOL

    Mike, great cap of the lady in the hat. Your processing is lovely and up to your usual highest standard

    Mohammad, great capture of the dog. You are developing a unique and powerful style and it's a pleasure to see you grow here

    Luka, more FANTASTIC Colorado Plateau images. You did the ultimate trip, in my opinion, of that region....lots of driving, but fantastic imagery!

    David, perfection in patterns, as usual. Some of the recent posts are my favorites ever from you.

    Charles, you are working that 75 lux so well. To be honest, this series and the article that you shared on facebook are some of the best work that I have ever seen from this lens. Incredible colors and use of controlled DOF!

    Alan, great capture of the lifeguard stand. The WATE is amazing, and at times, I wish I had it again....

    Don, amazing portrait. Fantastic work there

    Lloyd, haha, you caught the missing color one before I moved it, did you!?! It's on the Nokton thread instead now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

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    OUtstanding...love the laugh and the story here! Great stuff, Steve!
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    Ashwin and Lloyd, thank you for the kind words and comments
    Don, great portrait! Very interesting
    Charles Kalnins
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    Rayyan: Beautiful detail and textural pp. Doesn't look like a very friendly "Lover's Walk".
    Robert: I like the color version, better. More "in-your-face".
    Steve: Gotcha...I'm now tapping my nose.
    Steve: Thank you, sir. Right place; right time.
    Steve: Your grouping of photos often makes one think about each with respect to the others. This set does that. Homeless; lost a home; and, at home. Excellent photos.
    Daniel: Thanks! Great landscapes and portrait. I really like the composition and IQ of the portrait. I put my 50 lux on my new camera today and it seemed tiny!
    Mike: Thanks. I, also, know what you mean. Me, too.
    Mike: Does the guy have his umbrella hanging on his lower lip? You see it all of the time here in Seattle. "Attitude" captures exactly that. Great viewpoint.
    David: Beautiful landscape of the bay and shot of the marine biologists.
    Steve See how wrong GQ is! Nicely composed. Excellent pp. Another "threefer". Very contorted, cool, shot of the bike.
    Mohammad: This is another superb shot in your unique style.
    Luka: Stunning, awesome, brilliant! Very enjoyable vicarious journey through your eyes.
    Edwin: Nice set of Bon Odori photos. I really like the sixth one with the light flare.
    Lloyd: Thank you, sir!
    Ashwin: Nice set. I like the subtlety of the last landscape.
    David: Very cool interiors. The last one has some very interesting lines. The finish materials just blow me away. Super B & W.
    Mike: Two more excellent shots. The spontaneity and viewpoint in the first is really nice.
    Alan: Extremely sharp and brilliant color.
    David: Very evocative second shot. Well done.
    Charles Winter doesn't look too bad? Very pretty colors. #3 and #4 make excellent use of those two lenses.
    Don: Test looks good to me. Intense face.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Always a circus parade around...if you look.

    1. M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/1000s @ f/.95; ISO 160


    2. M8.2; 75mm f/2; 1/3000s @ f/2; -2/3 EV; ISO 160


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