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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    Thanks Ash, Jono and everyone else for the comments and likes!


    Thanks Dave, yes start them young! Actually his camera is a working Canon SD1100s which also has a viewfinder, but I think he was just putting his face on the LCD, mimicking his dad with the rangefinders

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    One more with the M, CV 21 Ultron and the family

    Don't worry, soon enough you'll be using the Canon SD1100s when you discover that he's using your M240! .

    Lovely family portrait.

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    Beautiful pup, Jono!

    Rayyan; enjoy your Talisker?
    arild, just visiting there...I had my refreshments with me.

    Folks, very grateful for the ' likes '. Thank you all.

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    In the end, does it really matter? The camera and lens, I mean...

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    And the final one for this morn from Skye...M5/ lux 50 asph
    After seeing rayyan's post of the beer taps I thought I'd share my shot of the taps from this past Wednesday at 185 King Street Music Venue:



    Leica M-E and Leica Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 III

    BTW, I was drinking the Green Man Porter!
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    M9P, CV 12mm

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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Thanks everyone for the likes!

    I looked into the hyperfocal distance thing a while back on a 50mm lens and decided that it was mostly useless since it starts pretty far away. While strolling in an outdoor mall in Newport Beach, I realized the 28'Cron has a f/8 hyperfocal distance starting just short of 2 meters away! I tried to have some fun with it while sitting on a trolley ride, set the camera on my lap and just snapped away. While most of what I got was junk, this is one I kind of liked:


    Here's a shot of the wife and son...
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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Matt: Very nice to see you posting again after quite a while and a nice atmospheric scene from PPM as well (beautifully PPed).

    Take care.
    Hermann: Thanks! I'm working on my "mojo". I'm tempted to go buy an M8 tomorrow to get a Leica in hand while I wait. Saw one that had only 500 shots on it.


    Thanks everybody for the "likes".

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    Mills College, Oakland, CA

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    LEICA 60mm MACRO-ELMARIT-R f/2.8 + 1:1 Adapter
    M (Typ240), Lux 24mm ASPH, Lux 35mm FLE, Cron APO 75mm ASPH, 60mm Macro-Elmarit-R, 80-200mm Vario-Elmar-R. Sony a7S
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    Re: Fun with the New Leica M

    Mohammed, I thought that lens was sharper than that. The image looks all bokeh with no defined areas. Was it hand held?

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    Recent images at the Siangkong Junkyard, Bangkok.
    ME 35 FLE

















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    Beautiful light, Teeraash! Particularly #3&4.

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    Plus one from me. Wonderful set.

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    Thanks Vivek and Lloyd. Having lot of fun walking in that neighbourhood. I met many interesting people which I will never find them had I not taken street photos.
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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    Having lot of fun walking in that neighbourhood. I met many interesting people which I will never find them had I not taken street photos.
    That is the key. The photos are a bonus.

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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Monochrom + 35mm FEL

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    Vivek, This one was taken at f8 with the 1:1 adapter. I guess that's why it has a very shallow depth.

    If you want to see the original size image let me know.
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    Re: Fun with the New Leica M

    Thanks for the details, Mohammed.

    Looks like the downsizing did that.

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    My 73 years young father popped by with his new toy







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    Wonderful series Teerash. The subjects, the comps and the light...

    Best regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    same

    Superb!!!

    Well done...
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    Friends, thank you for the ' likes '....

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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Since it's Star Wars Day... I digged this up from few weeks ago:

    May the 4th be with you!
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    That's nice David.

    Exploring my lighting tonight. handheld 35 lux @ 1.4

    this is like a ship's beacon light, well, it's my master bath nightlight. lol.



    bedroom lighting 2 of these. I have a thing for cool lights, lol.

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    one more, dining room light.
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    Hey guys ! excellent work every one as usual !!
    Sorry for the long absence, but i was doing a one month academic visit in Madrid. What an amazing city, i really enjoy the culture, food, people and for sure science ! i got tons of pictures, so this marathon of Madrid set will be kind of long, and i hope you like it !


    Worried by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Dbod Temple by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Buddhist Levitation by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Bubbler ! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Under the buildings by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Human food sign! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr
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    Great set, Mohammad! Looking forward to more.
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    Sweet work, M!

    I had a designated baby stroller watcher (much like a caddy) today, so I had my hands and eyes free to shoot. All still very monogamous with the M9 and 28mm Summicron.

    Revisiting old sets of subjects (objects?)..

    A wall


    A door to the Sea


    Under the old quays


    The Bronze Dachshund
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    More..

    Lines!!


    Curves


    A bench and a tree in a very random location


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    Great set here, Arild, the first three shots in particular. Very nice, as is the b/w conversion.
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    As the rain continues to fall this weekend, more experimenting with the 35 lux:

    @ 1.4 handheld, silver effex 2 processed with one control point adding light at the photographer's lamp head. This is the Photographer's lamp from Pottery Barn. I told you, I was a lighting freak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    One more with the M, CV 21 Ultron and the family



    I love that shot - the combination of extra wide FOV and really good pop from shallow DOF is quite unusual and makes that lens look very attractive - do you have any comments on usability? Such as how you either code it ir what you tell the camera it is? And how well the camera deals with colour shifts?

    Thanks for sharing!
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    One with the F1 Noctilux and the M240

    Wide open but a slight cheat in that I have then corrected vignetting as much as possible, cropped, added artificial post-crop vignetting and made a small local sharpening and clarity adjustment to the pooch's eye just to tighten it up a bit. But there aren't many lenses that can get this look, with or without processing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great set here, Arild, the first three shots in particular. Very nice, as is the b/w conversion.
    Thank you, Lloyd! Those first three are my favourites from today, too. the conversion is a tour through lr4, only to be treated to heavy contrast and structure , and some blue or green filtering in sefx2. I was a big fan of niksoft when I used canon, but fell in love with the plugins when I took the Solms plunge. Some added inherent crispness to the files, and even lovelier optics.
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    I'm impressed in particular, Arild, because as a rule, I'm not a huge fan of B/W conversions of the M9 files. They don't seem to do as well in conversion as the M8 files. Seeing these shots of yours, I may have to revise my opinion. Thank you.
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    Ran into this character yesterday. "Chef Hugo, MBA" (Master Balloon Artist).

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    I liked the line series too arild, and in fact, continued it in a way. heh. That is really one of my favorite types of photography. Especially BW.

    That dude would make a pretty good St. Nick Lloyd
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    You know Tim....you went through that elaborate explanantion of your post processing technique...cancel vignetting, then adding it back, then localized shapening and finally clarity adjustment....and do you think that cute adorable little pooch gives a damn....LOL! I bet you he loves his owner all the same (as his owner loves him), especally if he gets his daily treats! (I wasn't sure if that was your dog or not?)

    Oh by the way....lovely image and yes, often times the Noct f1 can present an image like no other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post

    That dude would make a pretty good St. Nick Lloyd
    I agree, and wouldn't be surprised if that were his occupation in the appropriate season.

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    yeah, probably when he makes his real money! LOL. Great shot Lloyd. Interesting subject with his buttons and all. I wonder what the other one said we can't see.

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    He has two on the left side. One has his name, and "MBA - Master Balloon Artist", and the other says, "Experience is something you don't get 'till right after you need it."
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    M9 ZM 85/4







    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    Hah, I´m baffled. Thanks for the boost of confidence!

    Lloyd; What I really wanted was a Monochrom. That´s my dream camera, but I found that I really couldn´t spend that much money (got the M9 for half of what an MM would cost) on a camera. It´s just a passion, after all. The M8 was strongly considered due to the BW advantage, but I "needed" a 36x24 sensor, heh. I have no basis of comparison in Leica cameras, so I just found the M9 miles better than any of my other cameras in the BW conversion department. My 1D mk2 is very, very good, and I could produce better looking monochromatic files with that than with my 1Ds mk2. Why that was, I have no idea. Thank you for your kind words! I thought maybe I was going overboard with the BW conversions, but very glad to hear that´s not the case to some!

    MBA is a lovely shot, I can see you like to use a less harsh approach to the BW conversion. I´m not as experienced as most on here, so I like to take things to the extremes, for better or worse, haha.

    Jazz; love your lighting shots, and especially the last one. I think it is pretty abstract, and could be interpreted in a lot of ways due to the nature of the exposure (could also be my monitor that is out of whack, lol!), but I see a full moon. I must confess I´ve never really spent too much time considering artificial lighting, but had a small case of strobism for a while. Thank you, too, for your kind words. (And, for what it´s worth, I have a serious case of gear whoreitis, not as bad with photo gear, but heavy metal race ski bindings from the 90s are an obsession of mine. I plan to shoot my puny collection in the summer!)
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    More from ZM 85/4





    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    And some more ZM 85/4









    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    Edward, they are all lovely pictures, but the last of your series struck my heart. Beautiful content. I need to find one of those 85/4 lenses. I assume (but I could be wrong) that it uses the 90mm framelines? Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arild View Post
    Edward, they are all lovely pictures, but the last of your series struck my heart. Beautiful content. I need to find one of those 85/4 lenses. I assume (but I could be wrong) that it uses the 90mm framelines? Thank you.
    Thank you very much arild. Greatly appreciated.

    Indeed it uses the 90mm framelines, but especially at infinity, you will get around 15-20% extra coverage, so you will have to frame tightly.
    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2

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    Sorry to post so many shots. Apologies for being such an annoyance.









    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardkaraa View Post
    Thank you very much arild. Greatly appreciated.

    Indeed it uses the 90mm framelines, but especially at infinity, you will get around 15-20% extra coverage, so you will have to frame tightly.
    Same story as with the 28 framelines, for a 28mm, then! I find the frameline accuracy, at least on that focal length, at all focus lengths, appalling. I plan to try fixing the lever to 35mm to see it that makes it all better.. Thank you for your help! Will sift through Paris in November for one of those, and if not, a 90 TE Leica.
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    Last set, I promise









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