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    Nice Carl!
    Some interesting background bokeh with that lens too.

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    The Bench on the beach

    from a short trip to Italy last weekend.




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    Thank you everyone for the kind comments, some more from the shoot with one of Ashwins favourite lenses.















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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Nice Carl!
    Some interesting background bokeh with that lens too.

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    Thank you Godfrey. The 45 is my anchor lens on the M-E.
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    Hey guys! Long time no see

    I havent posted in a while... been shooting film mostly, so I hope you don't mind the analog photos! I met a few cool people and had a few interesting events happen in the past while...

    From the M5 and the Zeiss 28 Biogon and 35 Summaron!





    I had a watch that needed repairing (a Seiko Bellmatic from '71), and I heard that the best watchmaker in Toronto was Shane Ede. I gave him a call and he told me to pay him a visit.

    I waited for him at his doorstep, thinking "man it's cold... where is this guy?!" A few minutes later the door swung open and an old man stood behind it with a big smile, and said "hello! Come on in!" I shook his hand, and stepped in with my family.

    He showed us to his office, a small room with a CD collection covering one wall, cabinets filled with watches covering two adjacent walls, and his work bench opposite to the CD's. He sat down and looked at the Seiko while I paced around the room looking at all the watches in the room. An Omega Speedmaster caught my eye.

    He tinkered with my watch a bit and told me that the watch has some damage to it, it looked as if someone who was inexperienced took it apart and messed with it, put it back together, and sold it. I asked what could be done, "source parts and repair it... but it won't be cheap. Just buy another Bellmatic, there are tons out there." he said.

    I told him I'm happy with this watch, and I'd rather start saving for a Speedmaster. He looked at me and said... "Be careful. It's a shame that you're into this hobby... it's a very slippery slope, and there are many bad people out there who only care about making money."

    He told me to never buy a watch from India unless the seller is willing to take a refund. The watches there are legit, even the vintage ones (left over by the british), but are usually water-logged and have irrepairable damage done to them by the high humidty and moisture.

    He told me to never buy a new Omega because the Swatch Group has replaced all the quality movements with standard ETA "swiss" movements "made in China that are worth only $25". He told me a story of his friend, a collector, who took his Seamaster to Omega's repair facility to have it serviced. He saw a row of 5 chinese workers and asked them how much they made. When he discovered that they made minimum wage doing services that Omega charges $500 for, he told off the manager and swore never to buy another watch again. "They charge you $500, then give the watch to a repairman who gets paid $10 an hour. There's no motivation to do quality work." In other words, you get charged $500 for a $50 job.

    "It's a slippery slope, and you have to be careful." He said. "I don't want to see people getting scammed."

    I thought about what he said, and in all honesty... I don't doubt him. I've never been attracted to new watches because they're over-priced chunks of steel with standard movements found in every other watch. Buying a $500 Longines might as well be the same as buying a $1000+ Bell and Ross if you're still getting some stock ETA movement.

    I asked him which watch in this room is his. "None of them! I don't own a watch!" he said. Surprised, I asked him how he got into this hobby. "By accident. I do it because I find it fun!"

    Shane Ede is one of the most happy, kind, and genuine people I've met. He'd give up a potential customer just to make sure that a young man doesn't get scammed, doesn't get addicted to the hobby.

    I left him another watch, one I bought for my father, with him. I hope to get it back soon, and I have no doubt that he'll do a quality job on it! "$60, that's how much it'll be... I can bring it to your office. I've been riding my bike a lot lately and it's just down the road."




    I was on the subway one morning and noticed a father and his son sitting across from me. The child was curious and energetic, looking all over the train and pointing at all the ads, asking what they meant. The father was patient, explaining to the child everything he asked, and entertaining the child as he stared out the window of the moving train.

    It seemed to me that the child was only so happy and curious because his father showed him that he loved him.

    It made me thankful that I had loving parents.

    My parents weren't too happy with me this saturday morning. They sat me down to talk to me about certain photographs of Hillary I uploaded that might bring harm to her. I could tell by their expressions that they were angry. But they never yelled at me... they told me about the photos they saw, but didn't scold me. Instead they asked me... why. I told them why, and I told them that Hillary had given me her permission to upload them, and when she didn't want me to upload certain photos, she would tell me and I would comply.

    They told me they weren't happy that I hid the photos and certain intimate aspects of my life from them. I told them I was sorry, I just didn't know how to tell them and I didn't want them to think of my relationship with Hillary as anything less than it is. So I came clean and told him everything about my relationship with Hillary, even the more intimate aspects of it (of course, not in detail. I'm sure they DON'T wanna know that!)

    "Do you love her?" My dad asked me. I said yes. I asked him when he knew he was going to marry mom. "We met when we were 19, just like you. I dated mom hoping to marry her. Why waste time and risk hurting others if you didn't intend to marry?" He told me how they always worked together towards marriage.

    I told him something similar. That in highschool I dated because I was lonely, but my previous girlfriend was the one that made me consider dating for marriage. That when we broke up, and when I found Hillary, I knew that I wouldn't date her unless I wanted to marry her. That we work together towards our goal of marriage.

    He said that he knew and he understood, that he was happy to know that I am serious about Hillary, that we were working towards marriage. Then he referenced the photographs again, and said this:

    "If you guys get married, I wouldn't want anybody to use those photos to hurt my daughter-in-law. I don't want her to face that."

    I realized he was right, and so I agreed to remove them.

    "At this table, nobody knows who's right and wrong, nobody is better and wiser than the other. We just want to have a discussion." And I'm glad they meant that.

    "From the first week you began dating, the first time we dropped her off at her appartment, we could tell that she loved you more than you loved her. She looked back as we drove away, waving at us while you went back to sleep. I told mom that I was worried about you, that you would hurt Hillary."

    I'm happy to know that I have parents that care about Hillary as well, that look out for her even if it means standing up against me and telling me I was wrong. I'm happy to know that I have parents that chose to converse with me instead of yelling at me.














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    Got snow?



    Staring down the man.

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    Fantastic and touching story, Patrick of, of your affection for Hillary and the conversation and understanding shared with your parents.
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    A few from today...MM and the Canon 100 mm f/2 LTM







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    Wonderful and touching story, Patrick. Invite us on your big day and you won't need to hire a wedding photographer

    Today, since I had a day-off, I took my first photowalk by myself around downtown LA. Revisited places that I've been wanting to go back with the M9. Here's the first of the series... The Bradbury Building. I'll skip the usual angles and try to show you something different:







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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Fantastic and touching story, Patrick of, of your affection for Hillary and the conversation and understanding shared with your parents.
    Very much so. Communication between parents and their children aren't always easy. No matter how well intentioned each is, there is often a lack of understanding or the ability for each to identify what the other is feeling. Patrick, it was heartwarming that you and your parents have such an open minds regarding things of a personal nature and that you all can communicate your feelings without the concern for reprocussions.

    One thing for certain is out closest relations are the most important commodity we have...not our cameras.

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    Patrick, thanks for sharing the story. Wish your relationship with Hillary and your parents continue to grow strong.

    Thanks to those who have shared the fantastic photos here. Also thanks to those "like" mine.




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    The people were 2-3 stops in the shadow. So I made use of the LR graduated filter feature to lighten the area. Quite fun playing with this feature for the 1st time.
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    Nice use of the graduated filter. Really works well here, and I would not have known if you had not mentioned it.

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    Patrick: Add my voice/vote to the comments above. You're a lucky young man to have such caring and concerned parents. And they have a talented son they have many reasons to be proud of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post

    Today, since I had a day-off, I took my first photowalk by myself around downtown LA. Revisited places that I've been wanting to go back with the M9. Here's the first of the series... The Bradbury Building. I'll skip the usual angles and try to show you something different:
    Terrific set, David. To me the first and the last are truly special images.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Terrific set, David. To me the first and the last are truly special images.
    Can't agree more. I also love the first and the last
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    Who said you can't shoot birds with a M9 and a 35lux
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    Quote Originally Posted by airfrogusmc View Post
    Who said you can't shoot birds with a M9 and a 35lux
    I think that proves the stealthiness of the M9

    Incidentally, just yesterday a young man, with what I think was a MF film camera, came up to me to say that I had a beautiful camera. Happened a few time before, too. I smiled and said thanks, but thinking inside that the M9 isn't so stealthy to the initiated!
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    LOL, it might also be the photographer.
    Birds often fly away when I approach camera or not.
    last weekend, I was able to get quite close to a bunch of vultures and shot them with the d800 but vultures have a lot in common with Honey Badgers I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by airfrogusmc View Post
    Who said you can't shoot birds with a M9 and a 35lux
    Fabulously exposed!

    FWIW, I have seen bird shots made using a CV12/5.6 on M. Yes, it is very much possible.

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    Two other pics from my favourite stay in Italy near Gaeta with view to Ischia and along the coastline towards Naples. You can find here mountains from sea level up to 1.400 m with pristine nature, long beaches, excellent seafood and pasta, Rome by train only two hours, Naples one and a half hours away, 40 km to the famous Abbey of Monte Cassino ...

    Yes, you are right - I really love this corner of Italy !



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    Wosim, Ceh, Andrew, Patrick, Ashwin, David, Jim, Truly excellent work, i really enjoyed them all ! a big well done !

    Here some from there and there in North California with the M9 and 35cron


    3 little dudes by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Deserted ! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Treasure chest of the golden gate by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Hiking M.t. Diablo by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr
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    Edward, your series from Bangkok is amazing!

    Folks, thank you for the 'likes'. Much appreciated.

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    more images from my stroll around downtown LA... so after leaving the Bradbury building, I walked a block up to the Angel's Flight and Angel's Knoll (they go a bit crazy with the whole "angel" theme). You might recognize this bench shot from the movie: (500) Days of Summer.




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    Thank you very much for your kind words, Rayyan.

    The photo below is stunning (literally )

    So many unique shots from your last trip. Is that in Laos?

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Edward, your series from Bangkok is amazing!

    Folks, thank you for the 'likes'. Much appreciated.

    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few from today...MM and the Canon 100 mm f/2 LTM
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    Hi ashwin, this is my fav. Nice action!
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    A few shots from the market:


    M9 + ZM 35/2 Biogon by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 35/2 Biogon by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 35/2 Biogon by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 35/2 Biogon by edward karaa, on Flickr


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    MM,50/1.4Lux Asph.,f/1.8,1/2000,ISO320,ND filter 8x..

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    Thank you all for 'likes'

    ..my first test shot with 50AA.
    .............................................
    MM,50/2 AA,ISO4000,f/2.0,1/60sec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    MM,50/1.4Lux Asph.,f/1.8,1/2000,ISO320,ND filter 8x..

    Interesting image. I'm trying to figure out what the woman is holding onto. Seems like some type of furry coat or rug...maybe a gigantic dog lying down or something else? This one has me curious??

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    Really nice series of streetshooting! You give the impression, that Bangkok is street-shooters paradise !

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    And many thanks for your Likes.

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    That's Bangkok, Edward, spot on
    I don't care what gear I have.
    Things I sell: http://www.shutterstock.com/sets/413...html?rid=61105

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    Thanks a lot Wolfgang, Jorgen! Thanks for all the likes too. Greatly appreciated.

    In fact the meat market area is a treasure. I spent less than 3 hours walking around and came back with 150 shots almost all useable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Interesting image. I'm trying to figure out what the woman is holding onto. Seems like some type of furry coat or rug...maybe a gigantic dog lying down or something else? This one has me curious??

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    She holds the sheep fur in her hands.

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    This one is from late afternoon today:


    M9 + ZM 50 Planar by edward karaa, on Flickr
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    Better and better, Edward. That's excellent. Lens wide open?
    I don't care what gear I have.
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    Thank you Jorgen! Yep, shot at f/2.
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    Finally got to see some sunlight today.

    M9 and ZM Biogon 35/2:

    Shadowcast by pgmj, on Flickr

    Still a bit chilly, though. M9 with 75 lux.

    Holding hands by pgmj, on Flickr
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    Patrick, great story. As a parent, I will try to speak with my children as your parents spoke with you. As an aside, I am glad they had that "talk" with you before someone else on the forum did (not that it would ever happen, but you know what i mean).

    Show your parents how much you love Hillary by selling all of your gear and buying her the new M.
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    Such a great series of photos and stories in this thread!

    We recently took a trip to Dublin, IE... Here are a few from the trip:

    Sarah & Olivia on the O'Connell Bridge (M9 + 35 Lux):


    people on the street… before the kiss (M9 + 50 Lux):


    people on the street… fish & chip sample lady (M9 + 50 Lux):


    morning blue hour on abbey street middle (M9 + 35 Lux):


    morning blue hour on o'connell street (M9 + 35 Lux):


    from a window above… abbey middle street (M9 + 35 Lux)::


    Processing was done in Aperture using Color Efex Pro & Silver Efex Pro.

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    My brother was in town from Ottawa and a family friend came up to visit for an evening/ half a day I havent seen him in 9 years!! We talked vintage synthesizers, old movies and photography. He is a musician from Saint John so I promised hime id take some nice candids so he use em for his next CD




    this shot came out a lot nicer

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    Michael,
    2 and 6 - love it!
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    Hi There
    I'm back!
    . .. .but in a hurry - lots of lovely shots here - I'll comment later.
    Here is a shot taken with the M(240) at 3200 with the 50 'lux at f2
    . . . . because I can . . . . .


    Happy Family

    . . .. there is a gallery of M(240) shots here if you're interested:

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    all the best to everyone.

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    LOL the kids face makes the shot!@
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    Thanks for the comments, all And I like that suggestion that david mentioned... inviting you all to our big day It'd be really nice to meet all of you someday.

    With regards to the story behind the photo... maybe some of you can see it, maybe not, but there's a lot more behind it than just the issue of the photos, but the photos did play a big part in the events that have happened in our (Hillary and mine) lives recently. I think one thing everyone could learn is that listening is the solution to many of the relationship issues/roadblocks/problems we face in our lives. My parents weren't always that understanding and open-minded, and neither was I. Hillary's parents certainly aren't. Without disclosing too much detail, I guess I'd like to say that listening helps you avoid a lot of the pain and harsh confrontation that come with relationship issues, and in many cases... nobody has more authority over another, no matter how much older, wiser, and more experienced.

    There are a few adults in my life, my parents being two of them, and our very own Rob T Wilson being another, that seem to understand these concepts. I've never felt insignificant, small, inexperienced, or... "under-qualified" when talking to these people. I've always been able to have good, strong, and meaningful discussions with these adults, and that's something I'm thankful for. On the other hand, I've heard other adults say that I should (word for word) "fear and respect" them, that they're "30 years older and know more than you do." And all I've seen that mentality do is hurt others.

    Back to the photos though

    David, your black and white's of the bradbury are probably some of my favourite photos from you. They capture such a film noir feel that I've associated with the building... it feels like those photos could be stills from a Bladerunner remake :P

    Moh, those "three little dudes" have to be the cutest dashboard decorations I've ever seen!

    Edward, those photos from the market are amazing, vibrant and full of energy!
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    I cant believe you called me an adult in public!!

    I made my doctor laugh last week after a chat she said " almost 48 and you just realised you are a grown up! "



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    A few more from downtown LA, this time I wandered near the Museum of Modern Art (MOCA) entrance:





    Here's the shadow of that monstrosity


    I was getting good light from the slit of sun between two high rises
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    M9 and 50 lux ASPH.

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