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    Steve great image with 10ND, what iso?
    Here are a few more from a stroll in Paris iso800 because heavy grey sky.
    All with M9-35cron.
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    A few family shots from my holidays: Meet my GF, mother, my 2 nephews (I am Godfather for both) and baptism party for my second Godson

    ZM 50/2







    ZM 85/4



    ZM 35/2

    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    More from streets of Melbourne:



    M9|ZM50f2



    M9|ZM50f2



    M9|ZM50f2



    M9|ZM35f2


    Thanks for looking.
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    Went to farm land today outside Bangkok with M9 and this is my last day with this camera.

    Farmers raise geeses as watch dogs. They will make pretty loud noises when strangers enter their land.





    But they still love dogs so don't mess with their dogs.




    This picture was taken by 35mm so I had to crop a lot. A platform to feed fresh water fishes.




    Dry shrimp well.




    A lighter moment.




    With a cute grandson.



    Concentrating.




    Red shirt translation: Big sister Ann (will buy shrimps from your farm).

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    Wow, what a great page of photos to wake up and see!

    And boy howdy, those Biogons sure render in a lovely manner.
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    Winter Trees in Fog

    Lots of nice photos in this thread, as usual!

    Figured I'd cross post this one into here too. Yesterday morning was lovely and foggy, I figured my old Hektor 135mm on the M9 would do some nice stuff for me. Here's one:


    Leica M9 + Hektor 135mm f/4.5
    ISO 1000 @ f/6.7 @ 1/500 second

    Thanks for looking. Comments are always appreciated.

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    Edward nice pics!
    You do sound like a mafia boss with all the godfathering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ced View Post
    Steve great image with 10ND, what iso?
    Here are a few more from a stroll in Paris iso800 because heavy grey sky.
    All with M9-35cron.
    ced,
    love third image.
    Which PP?
    Thank you.

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    Thank you ced!

    I will make you an offer you can't refuse
    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2

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    great shots here! everyone is back in the groove after the holidays it seems!

    A shot that i tried some different techniques with using my spanking new free copy of CS2 , thanks Adobe!

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    Oh, Canada...

    M9, ISO 160, Summicron-M 28mm f/2 ASPH, 1/350s @ f/8:


    M9, ISO 160, Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 ASPH, 1/180s @ f/8:


    M9, ISO 160, Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 ASPH, 1/2000s @ f/4:


    M9, ISO 160, Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 ASPH, 1/250s @ f/8:


    M9, ISO 160, Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 ASPH, 1/1000s @ f/5.6:


    No, not really. But close. No, not really. Taken at WDW's Epcot - around the Canada pavilion.
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    Some lovely shots recently posted folks.
    Ceh the PP is with LR3.
    Robert nice portrait that CS2 handles very well!

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    Couple from today...



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    My Miso...

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    Test shots of the Zeiss C Biogon 35/2.8 lens on the M9.


    Jackson, January 08, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    My Dresser, January 09, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    My goodness, it's sharp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Test shots of the Zeiss C Biogon 35/2.8 lens on the M9.

    My goodness, it's sharp.
    Arguably their sharpest lens... Well probably a toss up between it, the 50 Planar, and the 25 Biogon.
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    Honestly, you can't go wrong with ANY of the ZM lenses optically.

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    Thats what Im worried about

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    Another from the C Biogon 35/2.8:


    Jackson, January 09, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    Honestly, you can't go wrong with ANY of the ZM lenses optically.
    I concur. I ADORE my C Sonnar 50/1,5 and expect to be equally smitten with the wee Biogon.
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    Hi all
    Its been a while since i was on this forum. Sold my M9 quite sometime back. Was shooting on my MP and Rolleiflex and lately on my OMD
    Chance upon a nice M8u and bought it as a spare camera
    Shot with M8u and Canon 50mm F1.4 ltm

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    Another one with the Canon 50mm 1.4 ltm
    A gem of a lens for a fraction of the price
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    This shot with the 35cron ASPH

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    "Tricycle"



    "Ice Water"




    "Dampa"
    (rubber band game)



    Monochrom, Summilux 50mm ASPH
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    Dave, Your photos of children playing games are superb (with your "ghost stories" being one of the very best I have seen from the MM)!
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    ZM 25/2.8


    L1001946 by edward karaa, on Flickr


    L1001896 by edward karaa, on Flickr


    L1001872 by edward karaa, on Flickr


    L1001871 by edward karaa, on Flickr
    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    Great pics all.

    Does anyone know what happened to Patrick C.? He seems to have disappeared.

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    Thanks for the likes and also the many nice photos shared here.

    Party behind the fence:


    M9|ZM35f2
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    M8 | 1,0/50mm

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    M8 | 1,0/50mm

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    M8 | 1,0/50mm

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    M8 | 1,0/50mm

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    M8 | 1,0/50mm

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    M8 | 1,0/50mm

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    M8 | 1,0/50mm

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    M8 | CV 5,6/12mm

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    M8 | CV2,5/35mm

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    M8 | 2,0/28mm

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    M8 | 2,8/135mm

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    Memories of summer with M9-P and 90 Elmarit-M:





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    Got the 21 1.8 today. Figure I'd try it out. No filter on an M8.









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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I concur. I ADORE my C Sonnar 50/1,5 and expect to be equally smitten with the wee Biogon.
    +2 The 35 C is a nice little walkabout lens. I bought my copy a couple of years ago to use with the GXR and now I like it even more on the M9. Here is another shot taken today with the 35 2.8 C ZM on the M-E.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Dave, Your photos of children playing games are superb (with your "ghost stories" being one of the very best I have seen from the MM)!
    Thanks for the kind words, appreciate it much.
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    re Patrick C , he is really busy with school I believe

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    Thanks for the concern, Mikal!

    Rob posted your comment on my facebook, so I decided to pop back in here...

    Rob was right, I had a really rough school term with lots of work and very little time to do it... then a very packed holiday, and now I've just started my first co-op term and am working in an architecture firm I've pretty much stopped checking my photography sites (RFF, stevehuff, japan camera hunter, and of course, GetDPI)... which kind of sucks seeing how I was on here everyday before...

    I hope to start posting more , but that's something I can't promise... I miss posting here though. I that GetDPI holds my most favourite online community, and some of the best images I've ever seen.

    So... I suppose I'll start catching up in the next few posts!
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    Near the end of my school term, I barely took any photos. No time... my attention was devoted 100% to work... which really sucked.

    I had found a placement in an architecture firm in Toronto, KPMB Architects, for my upcoming co-op term, though Hillary had a lot of trouble finding a job in the same city... she had to take a job in her home town of Vancouver, all the way on the other end of the country. This meant that we had to spend about three months apart We spent our last few days together and tried to make the best of them... but no amount of time spent together would make up for the time we'd have apart... no amount of time spent together made the goodbye any easier...

    I took this the day we drove her to the airport...



    We decided to start a little photo journal to document our days apart, so we would know what the other was up to :P Here it is: Days Apart

    Here are a select few images... some self portraits... nobody to take a photo of anymore

    From the school term, when we visited Toronto! Hillary and I on the roof garden of 401 Richmond Taken with the Pentax 67!





    Boxing Day at the Eaton Centre...



    My boxing day spoils! New clothes for work



    A day out with my friends



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    I suppose this photo deserves a post of it's own...



    Here's what I wrote for it on my flickr:

    I feel like photography exposes the photographer more than it exposes the subject (pun unintended). When you see a photograph, you're seeing the world as captured by the photographer and what he/she wanted you to see. A photograph isn't only a portal into the world within the photograph, but the mind of the photographer. The photograph and the subject of the photograph are... subject to the photographer's intentions and vision.

    With that in mind, I feel as if nude photography and street photography have a lot in common. A scene or a person can be captured in a way that exploits a subject, or glorifies the subject... it's all up to the photographer.

    When it comes to this issue within street photography, I always reference Bruce Davidson's Brooklyn Gang. Davidson spent a year of his life photographing and documenting a gang, but instead of capturing gang violence and criminal activity, he captured the delicate moments of life as a gang member. What you saw weren't gritty photographs of hardened men and women, but soft photographs of teenage life. The viewer doesn't see the gang members in their entirety, just what the photographer wanted the viewer to see.

    With nude photography, there is a very fine line between degrading your subject and presenting your subject. There are many examples throughout the web that show this... a simple change in attire, pose, angle, lighting, expression can make the difference between a nude photograph and pornography. It's all up to the photographer (and the model) to show the viewers what their vision is.

    I found a project last night that shows this idea almost perfectly. Check out the death of youth - (Warning, NFSW: nudity). The photographer is photographing models in staged scenes that reflect the dream life he wish he lived as a young man, and won't be able to live anymore as he hits 30 years old.
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    And finally...

    From Brookfield place in Toronto... beautiful trusses...



    And one from my work place, KPMB



    I started work at Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects (KPMB) yesterday (Jan 7). The work is relaxing, the people are nice, and the location is cool... but it makes me kind of sad that I only get an hour or two to talk to Hillary on work days, assuming I get home and eat by 8pm!

    I'm a marketing assistant at KPMB. At first I was kind of skeptical about the position. I didn't get to do any drafting, modelling, or CAD work... so it felt like I wasn't even applying my architecture school skills. But then I realized that as a marketing assistant, I get to learn how to lay out panels, use the adobe suite to it's full potential, and use those skills to better my work and portfolio. Best of all, I get to see and experience all there is in an architecture firm, without being a CAD monkey :P I might not be doing hardcore architecture work, but it's still fun

    The commute really sucks though. I wake up at 6:30 (3:30 in Vancouver/Hillary time), leave the house at 7:30... commute for an hour and a half... work from 9-6, commute for another hour and a half back... that's a 7:30-7:30 day, with 3 hours spent on commuting... 3 hours... that's 1/3 of my work hours...
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