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    Looks warmer than it really was. Canon 100mm F2 Serenar LTM & M9-P @ F11 or smaller:

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    W O W !!!
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    (Leica M9 | 1/30 sec, f/1.4, ISO 640, 35mm)
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    Ok Im still testing CS2 versus Lightroom 4

    how is this? this is a HUGE crop from a M8 file, maybe 30% of the fullsize

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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    few BWs...



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    Two days ago.

    35/1.4 Asph.FLE

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    Thank you so much for the likes!

    Great work everyone! Beautiful photography that pushes and inspires me.
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    "Shopping with Grandpa"

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    Thanks all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Ok Im still testing CS2 versus Lightroom 4.
    how is this? this is a HUGE crop from a M8 file, maybe 30% of the fullsize.

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8221/8...e48511c2_b.jpg
    Photo looks good..

    What exactly are you testing in 'CS2 vs LR' (4.3 ? I presume)? LR 4 has the latest raw converter which CS2 cannot use, with many improvements, and all the image management goodies that PS doesn't. CS2 has all the selective area pixel editing tools that I still use in CS5 (hardly ever use anything else) and layers.

    It's probably best to use them together... :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Photo looks good..

    What exactly are you testing in 'CS2 vs LR' (4.3 ? I presume)? LR 4 has the latest raw converter which CS2 cannot use, with many improvements, and all the image management goodies that PS doesn't. CS2 has all the selective area pixel editing tools that I still use in CS5 (hardly ever use anything else) and layers.

    It's probably best to use them together... :-)

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    x2 here. In fact I only use CS6 about 10% of the time. Everything else is worked up in Lightroom. I don't even know what you're testing/comparing.

    If you say what you're looking for, it may help.
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    This is our Pyrenean Sheepdog - designed to cope with snow in difficult places . . . . .
    he had to be carried home as he couldn't lift his feet
    shot with the 50 cron



    I guess it was the wrong kind of snow?

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    . . and this is a reed:
    - again with the 50 'cron aa at f2


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    . . and this is a reed:
    - again with the 50 'cron aa at f2
    New lens? New camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjuna View Post
    New lens? New camera?
    nono - borrowed lens: M9 - of course!

    My Likes don't work . . .
    John your sunset/rise with the windmill is great
    BijanSabet - the lady on the deck chair has real atmosphere
    Dude - Whatever your using that's a lovely image, and I suspect the processing don't have much to do with it.
    Cenek . . Lovely shot - we'll be on the slopes in Italy on Friday afternoon (as long as we can get out of the UK!)
    Stephen - shopping with Grandpa is excellent - just love the cigarette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    This is our Pyrenean Sheepdog - designed to cope with snow in difficult places . . . . .
    he had to be carried home as he couldn't lift his feet
    shot with the 50 cron



    I guess it was the wrong kind of snow?
    That's simply unreal! Jono, how long did it take you to glue all those cotton balls to his feet, just so you could get "the shot"?

    Poor fella....must have been quite painful and hope he was allowed to sit by a roaring fire while thawing, and enjoying his favorite treats and beverage . Give him an extra pet or two from all of us!

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    A few more shots with the 21mm f/1.8 Ultron taken today at the market.





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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    This is our Pyrenean Sheepdog - designed to cope with snow in difficult places . . . . .
    he had to be carried home as he couldn't lift his feet

    I guess it was the wrong kind of snow?
    This is really too funny
    Poor Caspar, his expression says it all.
    No wonder Emma is grinning ear to ear

    All the best.
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    Story before bed


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    This is our Pyrenean Sheepdog - designed to cope with snow in difficult places . . . . .
    he had to be carried home as he couldn't lift his feet
    shot with the 50 cron



    I guess it was the wrong kind of snow?
    Nice to see the latest fashion in neckwear. The white fluffy fringe makes it a must-have accessory. If only there was a matching hat.

    I am glad my 100lb dog does not have this talent.
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    Hey all, by testing, what I should have said was *comparing* or learning, I managed to acquire the free CS2 from adobe last week, and I have LR 3.4( 3.3?) I converted to B+W using LR and then adjusted the highlights and shadows a bit with a few dodge and burn layers


    Just trying different tools to stop me buying a Monochrom or a Film Leica body

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    few BWs...
    Nice shots from DCA, and congrats on the passes! I'm jealous; I have to fly down and hotel it to hit WDW on this coast. Spent five days in the parks over a week recently - shot like a wild man. Some random samples, all from the 28 Cron:

    M9, ISO 160, 1/500s @ f/2:


    M9, ISO 160, 1/30s @ f/2:


    M9, ISO 160, 1/350s @ f/11:


    M9, ISO 160, 1/60s @ f/8:


    M9, ISO 160, 1/500s @ f/2:


    M9, ISO 160, 1/500s @ f/5.6:


    M9, ISO 160, 1/500s @ f/5.6:


    M9, ISO 1000, 1/125s @ f/2:
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    Thanks, Michael. I've heard nothing but good things about WDW, so it's definitely on our bucket-list, or whatever the list is, for taking your child before they're too old.

    This one's my wife's favorite from the day...
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    ^ That's a great shot! Says it all.

    You're welcome! I've been going to WDW since I was a child myself. It's an experience for sure, and something that'll probably stick with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    Spent five days in the parks over a week recently - shot like a wild man. Some random samples, all from the 28 Cron:


    M9, ISO 160, 1/350s @ f/11:

    Hmmm, a somewhat familiar sight, except for the blue sky, complete lack of pollution and the fact there are not thousands of people cramming to get in, while chain smoking and spitting. Other than that it's a perfect replica!!!

    Great shots Mike!!!

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    The God Squad. M9 and 50 Lux.

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    ...100km/h


    50/1.4 Lux.,Asph

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    ^ That's a fantastic shot, ceh!

    Quote Originally Posted by StephenPatterson View Post
    Hmmm, a somewhat familiar sight, except for the blue sky, complete lack of pollution and the fact there are not thousands of people cramming to get in, while chain smoking and spitting. Other than that it's a perfect replica!!!

    Great shots Mike!!!
    Haha! I know, right? LOL! Thanks, Stephen.
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    Walkers on Porlock Beach, Somerset, England. M8 and 75 Cron.

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    Winter and the snow have returned after our brief, but enjoyable January thaw. Still getting the feel of the new 21 1.8 Ultron.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Hey all, by testing, what I should have said was *comparing* or learning, I managed to acquire the free CS2 from adobe last week, and I have LR 3.4( 3.3?) I converted to B+W using LR and then adjusted the highlights and shadows a bit with a few dodge and burn layers


    Just trying different tools to stop me buying a Monochrom or a Film Leica body
    Rob - why not upgrade to LR4? It is incredibly powerful and a big upgrade from LR3...

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    THe MM has been dominating my time, but hence I forget, the M9 is amazing as well...

    Here are a couple with the M9 and 8 element Summicron 35 mm f/2





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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
    Rob - why not upgrade to LR4? It is incredibly powerful and a big upgrade from LR3...

    Id love to, but this unplanned retirement gig is a kick in the cashflow

    I see it for sale once in a while for 75$ at staples, I think Ill grab it next time it is

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    Ashwin that last shot had me confused, I thought it was a rail tunnel!
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    Ha...yeah, medium format....I didn't realize the illusion until now
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    All great photos guys Thanks for sharing.



    Bicycle in Melbourne:







    Some BW:










    M9 with ZM35f2 or ZM50f2

    Thanks.
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    Not bad for a 50 year old lens



    Similar shot with a 75 Summarit

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    My iPhone now!!

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    Lets face it Jason...no toy of yours is out of reach or off limits for that matter (at least in their mind its not..LOL! Just think, next it will be your car when she reaches the teen years

    By the way, which 50 year old lens did you shoot with? Nice shot!

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    Hey Dave,

    I am realizing this! We've entered the stage of "how the hell did that get there?"

    It's a V2 50 Cron. Serial # puts it between 1959 and 1961. Tiny, sharp, but lacking a bit of contrast. An easy fix in post. A great mix on an M8.
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    Mid winter and I am going bananas (can't wait for spring)...
    (M9, Summicron 50mm)


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    Frits, nice dramatic lighting in your home!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Frits, nice dramatic lighting in your home!!
    Thanks!
    This fierce ray of sunlight sneaking into the kitchen caught my eye. I had to underexpose by a good bit for it, which knocked out the background. The result, a spur-of-the-moment image that is kind of nice .
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    A couple of toned B&W (SEP2 & LR4) from the M-E with 21 1.8 Ultron.




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    Mid winter and I am going bananas (can't wait for spring)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A couple of toned B&W (SEP2 & LR4) from the M-E with 21 1.8 Ultron.




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    Admiring a lot of the photographs here. My first post here. Taken at Caltech with M9 last sunday. 28 summicron.



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    welcome, frontosa...The link to the image appears to be broken...
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