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    Regular lurker and posting likes to some of the splendid images thanks for sharing. Here is one with M9-90Cron
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    Quote Originally Posted by wuffstuff View Post
    M9 and 35 Cron. Taken in a bar in Montmartre, Paris, looking across to the other side of the street.


    This wonderful image works much better without a caption, the caption gives it too much context and loses romance!

    No caption or the last part "Paris, looking across to the other side of the street."

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    From last summer, 2 of my nephews

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    That's "spectacular", Jono .....
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    Inception. Once the idea of another lens was planted, I find it hard to resist the temptation to read more about it, monitor for-sale listings and auctions for prices, and eventually make any justifications needed to just "try it out". Since I've been shooting f/4 on the 90mm Elmarit-M due to its slight front-focus at f/2.8, I find that I don't really need the extra stop. So, the more compact 90mm Macro-Elmar-M with macro possibilities has been feeding the GAS fire. The new M will have to wait :P



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    MM,50AA..

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    MM,50AA..

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    You photographer?

    No. A traveler.
    I like travelers. Me too.
    They don't stay long.
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    Carl, thanks.

    You photog, I asked.

    No, she replied. Just a traveler.
    Me too, I said.

    Let's go grandpa. She held out her hand. I took it.

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    You photog?, she asked.

    No. A traveler, I replied.
    Rayyan. My name is Rayyan.

    Whatever, she said. And walked away.

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    LOL. Good ones, Rayyan. And of lovely ladies as well!

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    A few shots I grabbed with my M9 while setting up the Arca/IQ160 and waiting for the sun...







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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Barrett View Post
    A few shots I grabbed with my M9 while setting up the Arca/IQ160 and waiting for the sun...




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    Love this one Chris.....no EPIC on this trip?


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    Came home this afternoon and saw this light/shadow, so I quickly grab the camera and took a shot. Now I look at it again and think: Geez.. dirty windows :P

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    All with the 35mm M-Hexanon around F/2.8 (except #2 was wide open)









    Some people walk their dogs, this gentleman here was walking his pet snake:
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    Also posted in the Monochrom thread, but since my M9 is having it's sensor replaced, I've not posted anything in here for ages:


    Impromptu shots of my daughter just before I tore down the lights and packed up! M Monochrom, 90 Summicron APO ASPH @ f16
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    Wentbackward really lovely tones to suit the lovely girl.
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    Thank you all for likes

    ............................
    MM,50AA,ISO 3200...

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Love this one Chris.....no EPIC on this trip?


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    Does anybody know if shipments are occurring in any sort of cycle? Say weekly, monthly etc...
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    Dan, that last one almost looks HDR.
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    More from the shoot in Toronto. The train station is Union Station in Toronto, which is undergoing a massive renovation and expansion.



    Which one do you like better?















    Again, which one do you like better?





    More to come.

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    Andrew, I like the second photo in both sets. Some how I always prefer to have subject to the right than to the left, unless they're facing right. As for the buildings, I see you probably adjusted for the first one to make the buildings straight, but it leaves the tower somewhat abnormal. There were some very cool reflected lights on the buildings.
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    Stunning work every one ! and many thanks for the likes, glad you liked them !

    More and more from the color run


    After a green attack by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Color war coverage by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Love color runners by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Color special forces by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


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    CW in color by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Gough View Post
    Dan, that last one almost looks HDR.
    . . . . . image was brought into Ps6 and used the NIK Dfine 2.0, Color Efex Pro 4 & HDR Efex Pro 2 Tone Mapping (Single Image) filters.

    The first image, Ps6, NIK Dfine 2.0 and Color Efex Pro 4 filter.

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    MM,50AA,ISO 3200...

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    Here are two shots taken with the Contax/Zeiss 28-85 f3.5 f4


    Rejuvenating


    Sunset and puddle

    Truth is that the lens is great . . . . but it isn't as good as the 28-90 . . . nearly.

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    Three Glaciers

    From a recent cruise around South America. All with M-E and Contax G lenses. Click for larger image (Big things need to be viewed large ).

    El Brujo Glacier, Asia Fjord


    Romanche Glacier, Beagle Channel


    Italia Glacier, Beagle Channel
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    First image of our annual "dip in the sun", somewhere in the Caribbean.
    M9, 28mm Elmar-M ASPH


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    Many thanks for the likes on the previous set

    More moments from the color run in San Francisco


    Orange man by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Color Ninja by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Color roller skate by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Color Jump by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


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    Took a few shots in LAX while I was there to pick up my wife and kid... ending my mini vacation home alone ;-)



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    What would Laos be without elephants? After all it was known as the land of a million elephants.

    Sadly, very few remain.

    I did see one, though...while having coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post

    You photographer?

    No. A traveler.
    I like travelers. Me too.
    They don't stay long.
    I was just going to say that this is the most beautiful portrait I've seen in ages, which it is. Then I saw these:

    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Also posted in the Monochrom thread, but since my M9 is having it's sensor replaced, I've not posted anything in here for ages:


    Impromptu shots of my daughter just before I tore down the lights and packed up! M Monochrom, 90 Summicron APO ASPH @ f16
    Rayyan and Backward; you two made my day

    It would be interesting to know what kind of lighting you used for the girl btw.
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    MM,50AA...

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    One more surly feline... 50/1.4 ASPH M9
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    Im going through the old shots I have on my HD and seeing if I can salvage ones I marked for possible use, this is a shot that I liked but wasnt exposed as well as I wanted to, so I did some lightroom magic to get this look, it came out way better than I thought!





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    Really nice one, Robert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I was just going to say that this is the most beautiful portrait I've seen in ages, which it is. Then I saw these:



    Rayyan and Backward; you two made my day

    It would be interesting to know what kind of lighting you used for the girl btw.
    Jorgen...

    Lighting? Backward, this one is for you!

    Best regards.

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    First day "out and about" with the M (240) and while there wasn't much sun at least the fog and mist lifted. This nice man was giving himself a shave and a haircut on the sidewalk.

    35 Summilux FLE




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    And here's one with a bit of colour, again with the 35 Summilux FLE


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Jorgen...

    Lighting? Backward, this one is for you!

    Best regards.
    Thankyou Jorgen, always flattering to be compared with other talented photographers!!

    Simply it's one light, but it's never that simple ...

    Lighting is a small-ish ~40 cm softbox very close (hence f16) to the sitter in the obvious location, body parallel to s/box for evenness across the white blouse. A large gobo feathering the spill across a grey paper roll to oppose the light (darkest behind lightest part of subject and vice versa). This is all about the gobo and controlling falloff across the subject rather than the light.

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    Hi Stephen
    Nice -
    Are you using LR 4.4?
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    But we are retired, they said.

    You have something I could use. Please!
    Pretty please!

    Strenuous?, they asked.

    No, I said. A walk in the park, for you two.

    They looked at each other. You take it M8.2, said M8..call me if you need help.


    And don't forget to cover yourself, or you shall catch a cold, added M8.
    And leave the exif intact, else he shall bother us again.
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    Thanks, Backward. Good info

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    Hi Jono,

    Yes, using LR 4.4 and these are all AutoWB "As Shot", but I did desaturate the orange and red slightly. This is a habit I developed thanks to my Chinese wife, which I now find myself using perhaps too often, to make asians look more western.

    I'm going to have to get my head around the best way to shoot with the EVF (or not). It was confusing at first trying to figure out where to look, and after a few minutes I just went back to using the rangefinder and all was right with the world. Thank God Leica didn't take the rangefinder away!!!

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    Hi there Jono,

    you really need this: ExifExt (shows EXIF information for images).
    And congrats with the real M, just in time ...

    Kind regards.
    Bart ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi there Jono,

    you really need this: ExifExt (shows EXIF information for images).
    And congrats with the real M, just in time ...

    Kind regards.
    HI there Bart
    I do have it - the reason those snaps say 75mm is because that's the lens I picked in manual lens selection for the Contax . . . (unless I've done something else wrong )

    It was just in time . still waiting for my APO telyt to come back coded.
    Theoretically it'll appear tomorrow.

    all the best

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