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    Thanks for the variations, Douglas. Sorry about the nit pick. The tint takes little away from the cute subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Thanks for the variations, Douglas. Sorry about the nit pick. The tint takes little away from the cute subject.
    Yeah, I think the uber-green of the regular profile takes away from the subject more, but to each his own! Do you like Velvia by chance? I've always preferred really subdued color.

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    Well Douglas - bright green or Light green, that looks like a real man you have . . . and a real woman as well, someone who can deal with Leicas and Martins AND looks good is more than any man can expect!

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    Just passed my last photo post, didn't know the alternate word for donkey was verboten here. Sorry.

    Daytime snow, via my 1959 Summilux 50:


    Crabapples, December 20, 2012 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Sycamore Tree, December 20, 2012 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Birdhouse, December 20, 2012 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Snow Flag, December 20, 2012 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    And indoors with the C Sonnar:


    Nightstand, December 20, 2012 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by douglasf13 View Post
    There seems to be a lot of cross-pollination between camera and guitar lovers. I'm playing a Gibson J-185, a 50's Martin nylon string, and an '02 Gibson R8 Les Paul flame top, although my '57 Reissue Strat from the '90s seems to be getting the most use, these days. It has a really unique, deep V-shaped neck that Fender phased out.
    I love those '57 Strats. I've got a '62RI from 1983 that's been with me since '84, when I bought it new (via my 90 Tele-Elmarit 2.8):


    1983 '62RI Fender Stratocaster, January, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    But my main electric these days is a Bowery Pine T-style made by Rick Kelly of Carmine Street Guitars in NYC. It's made out of the pine beams of an early 19th century bowery warehouse, from trees that were cut during the 1700's!

    Via the CV Ultron 28/1.9:


    Kelly Bowery Pine Tele, June, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    Tele-Elmarit again:


    Bowery Pine Tele, June, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    Let me slip in an X100 photo, if I may:


    Kelly Tele Corner, July 13, 2012 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    It's got a big, beefy neck and it weighs about six and a half pounds and sings like a bird, even unplugged. Best electric guitar I've ever laid hands on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Well Douglas - bright green or Light green, that looks like a real man you have . . . and a real woman as well, someone who can deal with Leicas and Martins AND looks good is more than any man can expect!
    Ha! Thanks, Jono. I'll have to tell her you said that, so that she's motivated to keep dealing with all of this stuff! FWIW, the Martin was actually her grandmother's.

    To be honest, I'm actually about to unload a bunch of guitar stuff (and a car,) because I've got an opportunity to expand my business with that money, and the guitars spend most of the time in their cases, these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    But my main electric these days is a Bowery Pine T-style made by Rick Kelly of Carmine Street Guitars in NYC. It's made out of the pine beams of an early 19th century bowery warehouse, from trees that were cut during the 1700's!

    It's got a big, beefy neck and it weighs about six and a half pounds and sings like a bird, even unplugged. Best electric guitar I've ever laid hands on.
    Oh! Maggie - I don't play guitar, but even to me that looks like a thing of Beauty and Wonder - which you've done proud with lovely photos!

    all the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    But my main electric these days is a Bowery Pine T-style made by Rick Kelly of Carmine Street Guitars in NYC. It's made out of the pine beams of an early 19th century bowery warehouse, from trees that were cut during the 1700's!


    It's got a big, beefy neck and it weighs about six and a half pounds and sings like a bird, even unplugged. Best electric guitar I've ever laid hands on.
    Wow, Maggie. That guitar looks fantastic. I've never played one of those before.

    In my early 20s, I used to work at the Guitar Center in Hollywood, who's guitar and vintage department is ridiculous, and I'm not sure that I ever netted a profit off of that place, because I spent everything that I made! LOL I've cut things down quite a bit, but, as I mentioned above, I'm probably going to get rid of some more gear. That Rick Kelly guitar looks like all of the guitar anyone could want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Oh! Maggie - I don't play guitar, but even to me that looks like a thing of Beauty and Wonder - which you've done proud with lovely photos!

    all the best
    Thanks, Jono!! Rock and Roll!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by douglasf13 View Post
    Wow, Maggie. That guitar looks fantastic. I've never played one of those before.

    In my early 20s, I used to work at the Guitar Center in Hollywood, who's guitar and vintage department is ridiculous, and I'm not sure that I ever netted a profit off of that place, because I spent everything that I made! LOL I've cut things down quite a bit, but, as I mentioned above, I'm probably going to get rid of some more gear. That Rick Kelly guitar looks like all of the guitar anyone could want.
    I used to shop down the street from GC at Johnny Guitar- got this at a steal of a price) and an early 80's RAT there:


    Fender Tele-Sonic In Tiny Amp Town, December, 2009 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    Rick really knows his stuff and it was well worth the 18-month wait for mine. Of course, it doesn't hurt that my guitar idols all have guitars from Rick's shop: Lou Reed (Leica shooter, too), Marc Ribot, Jim Campilongo, G.E. Smith and the late Robert Quine all have or had Rick build them Teles.

    Say, if you're going to be selling stuff off, give me a heads up, I'm a magpie when it comes to guitars...
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    Fantastic, Maggie. I loved going into all of those shops. I'll shoot you a list of the stuff I'm unloading, once I get it all together over the next few weeks.

    BTW, I just got a 90/2.8 tele-elmarit a few weeks back, and, according to your images, it looks like it does a nice job on guitars.
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    It's a great lens, if a bit flare-prone. I'll keep my eyes peeled for your message.

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    Thank you everyone for the likes!

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    In a word, WOW!

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    Andrew, that series is AMAZING. blows my mind!!! Fantastic images, with a cohesive feel, pop, and serious color! Great!!!
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    Superb images Andrew! That lens (and you) produce such stunning results!

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    WOW! Put a Nocti in the right hands and that's some magic going on there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Andrew, that series is AMAZING. blows my mind!!! Fantastic images, with a cohesive feel, pop, and serious color! Great!!!
    True That!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by douglasf13 View Post
    There seems to be a lot of cross-pollination between camera and guitar lovers. I'm playing a Gibson J-185, a 50's Martin nylon string, and an '02 Gibson R8 Les Paul flame top, although my '57 Reissue Strat from the '90s seems to be getting the most use, these days. It has a really unique, deep V-shaped neck that Fender phased out.
    Very,Very Nice Douglas!

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    Maggie....Gorgeous Line Up!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    In a word, WOW!
    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Andrew, that series is AMAZING. blows my mind!!! Fantastic images, with a cohesive feel, pop, and serious color! Great!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
    Superb images Andrew! That lens (and you) produce such stunning results!
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    WOW! Put a Nocti in the right hands and that's some magic going on there!
    Completely agree. Great set of images

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Gough View Post
    Thank you everyone for the likes!

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    I like the first one. Beautiful, subtle light.

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    Thank you all for liking

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    Andrew, please stop!!! You're making me want to sell my other gear and get an M9.

    On another note, whatever happened to Patrick C.? He seems to be MIA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Andrew, please stop!!! You're making me want to sell my other gear and get an M9.
    You know it makes sense . . we need you here (especially after your comment to Bruno about his tattoo )

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    Andrew, we want more!

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    Lovely images, ceh. Where was it?

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    Neat stuff, Ceh!

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    The 3 Gs. Recently converted three of my Contax G lenses to M mount. Still have 3 unconverted to use with an old G2.



    Some test sample images from the Gs on a Leica M-E. All on tripod at same distance from subject. Click for full size.

    The 28 Biogon



    The 45 Planar



    The 90 Sonnar



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    Carl very nice photographs. Do you find the quality of the lens the same after the conversion to a M mount? Who did you go with to complete the conversion of the three lenses?

    Interested in hearing your opinion.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Carl very nice photographs. Do you find the quality of the lens the same after the conversion to a M mount? Who did you go with to complete the conversion of the three lenses?

    Interested in hearing your opinion.

    Thanks.
    Thanks Dan. The optical quality is still the same after conversion. I would have preferred the conversion Robert was offering from Hawk, but the queue was too long. This conversion places the focusing ring at the base of the mount which is a bit cramped, but usable. Also, there is no distance/DOF scale, other than inf and close focus marks. I asked for hard inf/close focus stops, but apparently he can leave near focus uncoupled if desired). Focusing is very smooth, accurate on the M-E and certainly easier than it was with adapters on m43/NEX cameras. Mounts have 6 bit coding (all painted white, just add black marker/paint where needed if desired). Very quick service and reasonable price. Ebay merchant located in LA area.
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    That was exactly the line up I had with my G2 Carl. I loved the lenses, but the camera was a bit finicky, so I sold the kit, only to buy a new one a year later

    I imagine the ZM 28 and 50 are equally as good, but I wish they could make another Sonnar.
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    My photos arent as esoteric or exotic, just pics of my kids after the school Xmas concert










    Ilike this one and the first one the best , thats my wife in the background here

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    The M9-P and CV Nokton Classic MC 35/1.4:


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    M9-P / 35 FLE:







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    Mike, what does "FLE" mean? Nice shots, love the colors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Mike, what does "FLE" mean? Nice shots, love the colors!
    Hi Maggie, and thanks. Sorry, I was being lazy....35mm Summilux latest version (Floating Lens Element).

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    Fantastic!!!!
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    Hi Maggie, and thanks. Sorry, I was being lazy....35mm Summilux latest version (Floating Lens Element).

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    Oh! Thanks! Very cool pix, obviously a very cool lens.

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    The 3 Gs. Recently converted three of my Contax G lenses to M mount. Still have 3 unconverted to use with an old G2.



    Some test sample images from the Gs on a Leica M-E. All on tripod at same distance from subject. Click for full size.

    The 28 Biogon



    The 45 Planar



    The 90 Sonnar



    The Sonnar again



    The Planar again

    Scho

    Who did the M mount conversion for your G lenses.

    I have the full complement of G primes and would love to use them on the m9P and the MM

    Thanks in advance for your help

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    (monochrom + 50mm summilux asph)
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    The 3 Gs. Recently converted three of my Contax G lenses to M mount. Still have 3 unconverted to use with an old G2.


    Awesome set, Carl. About a year ago, I had a chance to use one of Robert's Hawk converted 45's...very satisfying. These Contax Zeiss lenses have such clarity and pop...great set for you! Kudos on bringing them "online" to the M-E.
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    A few color shots from Last PM







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    The Great British Worker. M9 and 50 Lux pre-ASPH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Awesome set, Carl. About a year ago, I had a chance to use one of Robert's Hawk converted 45's...very satisfying. These Contax Zeiss lenses have such clarity and pop...great set for you! Kudos on bringing them "online" to the M-E.
    Thanks Ashwin. I enjoyed using this set before conversion on m43 and NEX, but much better on full frame.
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    Today..

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