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    Wow, those are great Kurt. What lens(es)?

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    Thanks Taylor. Off-hand I can't remember which lens was used for each particular photo. But, since I only use a 21/3.4, 35/1.4FLE and 50/lux it was one of the three.

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    Kurt, what a lovely and diverse set of images! What geographical area of the country/world were these taken in?

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    Matt, I really love your B&W image of the bridge, not only specifically for the B&W conversion (which is excellent) but for the superb image itself. Nice!

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    Matt, I wish I'd live in Seattle so I can hang out with you guys on your photowalks
    David, much as I mite agree, we just need to get a few folks together down here in the LA area and do some walking of our own!
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    Here's one with the humble (but lovely) 35-70 f4, and the not so humble M


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    Thanks Dave, the images are from Norway.

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    Thanks Dave, the images are from Norway.
    Ha! I saw your photos over breakfast and thought they looked like Norway, though the deciduous trees put me off (conifers in the parts I knew in the 1970's). I checked your website but couldn't find the same photos in my brief look before I had to leave. Glad to see the place hasn't changed too much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Thanks Dave, the images are from Norway.
    Dang, fooled me Kurt. I figured you were just shooting out your widow at home
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    Kurt, lovely set! Thanks for sharing.
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    ADMIN NOTE: I have edited this post to remove the OP's political conjecture and POV. It's fine to share images of the event and share UNBIASED commentary of what was occurring. We have a diverse membership here whose beliefs span the entire spectrum, and we will not stand for it becoming a platform for any individual political POV's. As a future warning, any direct politically motivated POV posts will be deleted by the moderators without comment, including any images or links. In short, share images and all the unbiased news-like overview you want, but please leave personal commentary, bias and POV's out of it. Thank you for understanding. PS to the OP -- if you don't like or understand the nature of my edits, PM me and I will delete the entire post for you. Jack

    PS: the OP has requested removal of his images and written message, so I am accomodating his request. Our message about keeping political and religious POV's out of your posts here however remains so all are clear about why this happened.
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    Thanks for stopping by folks...

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    Sunrise over the Tidal Basin. Leica M with 35mm f/1.4 Summilux FLE
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtsullivan View Post
    ADMIN NOTE: I have edited this post to remove the OP's political conjecture and POV. It's fine to share images of the event and share UNBIASED commentary of what was occurring. We have a diverse membership here whose beliefs span the entire spectrum, and we will not stand for it becoming a platform for any individual political POV's. As a future warning, any direct politically motivated POV posts will be deleted by the moderators without comment, including any images or links. In short, share images and all the unbiased news-like overview you want, but please leave personal commentary, bias and POV's out of it. Thank you for understanding. PS to the OP -- if you don't like or understand the nature of my edits, PM me and I will delete the entire post for you. Jack
    Censorship is terrible thing! Not only do photographers have to worry about being censored or stopped in public for taking pictures, but now we have to be careful and not post reportage images in photography forums. Gods forbid someone is enlightened to what is happening in other parts of the world. One of the things I appreciate about this thread is not only wonderful photography produced with a camera I like and now use, but to also see other parts of the world and glimpse into what other people are seeing and or experiencing. If something is not to my liking I simply ignore it and move on, which is what I'm guessing others do as well. And commentary about a particular photo or photo set helps give the viewer context--whether biased or unbiased.

    Lastly, I feel it would have been in better taste for the admin to have sent me a private message or email asking me to edit my commentary or delete the post altogether instead of the public example-making that was done--the above message was not only meant for me, but for others as well to not post anything with commentary that may appear to be biased. My guess is that he was offended by the post and reacted emotionally rather than rationally. Because judging from the half-dozen likes the post received, it didn't seem to offend anyone else.

    Happy image making!!!
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    We remove material thought to be, at the sole discretion of the moderators, inappropriate to the spirit and audience of this forum.
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    Oh, come on. The Administrator didn't edit your photos--which is the point of this thread--he just removed your political commentary. That's not censorship, that's a reminder that this is a photography board, not a political commentary site. Love your photos, by the way. Don't stop doing that.
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    Any thoughts on combining the 'Even New Fun....' thread and the 'Fun with the New Leica M' thread?

    Anyway, some more with the new M, the first with the 35 lux and the rest with the Zeiss 21 2.8:







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    Lovely Mike
    You're making that Zeiss sing!

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    My favorite place in Downtown LA... the Bradbury Building.





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    Thanks Bob. It occurred to me to post an objection, but I thought it should be done by a Mod. Thankfully you did the right thing. Most of us escape to photography from the political bombardment we receive daily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Any thoughts on combining the 'Even New Fun....' thread and the 'Fun with the New Leica M' thread?
    Mike
    Love the photographs but wanted to comment on your question - yes, let us please combine the threads. I see double posts aplenty (the guilty will know who they are....!) from folks who want their lovely photos seen, and it is wasteful and inefficient. I would be happy to include the Monochrom thread too, but would understand if that goes too far for some.

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    Oh, come on. The Administrator didn't edit your photos--which is the point of this thread--he just removed your political commentary. That's not censorship, that's a reminder that this is a photography board, not a political commentary site. Love your photos, by the way. Don't stop doing that.
    Well. I put a more explicit post earlier and removed it after I learned more about the situation from Bob. I can understand that any kind of political opinion tends to cause ructions (especially on the Leica forum)

    On the other hand, replacing Michael' s fairly innocuous text with a warning gives the impression that it was some terrible political polemic (which it wasn't).

    I sympathise with the desire to keep any kind of political or religious opinions off the forum (because they always seem to bring out the worst in people). But in this case I feel that it could have been handled so that MTsullivan didn't look like some kind of political extremist.

    I, like you, look forward to seeing more of his excellent shots in the future. They really speak for themselves.

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    Back to the snaps.
    Here are 4 shots taken with the 35-70 f4 Vario Elmar on the M - the macro mode really does get you quite close and the lens is pretty light and balances well on the M - even without the grip.

    The knife shot is not cropped for instance


    Knife hand made by Trevor Ablett


    Flowers by a wheat field


    Wasps eating our pears


    Emma's Fergie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Any thoughts on combining the 'Even New Fun....' thread and the 'Fun with the New Leica M' thread?

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    Excellent suggestion and it's been done. I also simplified the name of this thread to "Fun w/Digital M Images"
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    Hi there
    I had a little accident on eBay yesterday and am now the proud owner of a 1957 vintage rigid summicron 50.
    I think it looks very pretty on the silver M







    Here is a little test shot in our kitchen.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lovely Mike
    You're making that Zeiss sing!
    Thanks Jono. Don't expect to be using it that often because I prefer longer focal lengths for my usual 'street' stuff, but when I do get out for some peace and quiet it will definitely be in the bag - which was the point of buying it.

    Performance-wise, some very slight red edge depending on the scene (lots of sky, for example) irrespective of coding or not, but a little negative vignetting in LR seems to pull most of that back (can't be bothered with Cornerfix).

    A few more and then I'll shut up! Don't look at the last one for too long - it was a 16 second exposure which will make your eyes hurt







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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi there
    I had a little accident on eBay yesterday and am now the proud owner of a 1957 vintage rigid summicron 50.
    I think it looks very pretty on the silver M

    Congrats, Jono, that rigid is a wonderful lens. I think you'll especially love it on the Monochrome. Looking forward to some more results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi there
    I had a little accident on eBay yesterday and am now the proud owner of a 1957 vintage rigid summicron 50.
    I think it looks very pretty on the silver M
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    My favorite lens from my youth
    but it is still newer than me
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    HI Bob - sadly it's newer than me as well

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    Super excited for you, Jono. The rigid is my favorite lens on the MM for "the balance" of its properties (performance, size, OOF, build quality). I hope that you enjoy it on both the M and the MM. It's a lens, with its color palette and slightly cooler rendition, that may play quite well with the M!
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    "Accident"

    How we fool ourselves when we need to do so!

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    Granpa quick; before your cam becomes ancient...

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    Still using CCD, grandpa?..so passť..it is cmos all the way..


    which lens? not the choice of connoisseurs? But this is a sterile lens grandpa.
    No wonder I come out so...so like you grandpa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtsullivan View Post
    Censorship is terrible thing! Not only do photographers have to worry about being censored or stopped in public for taking pictures, but now we have to be careful and not post reportage images in photography forums. Gods forbid someone is enlightened to what is happening in other parts of the world. One of the things I appreciate about this thread is not only wonderful photography produced with a camera I like and now use, but to also see other parts of the world and glimpse into what other people are seeing and or experiencing. If something is not to my liking I simply ignore it and move on, which is what I'm guessing others do as well. And commentary about a particular photo or photo set helps give the viewer context--whether biased or unbiased.

    Lastly, I feel it would have been in better taste for the admin to have sent me a private message or email asking me to edit my commentary or delete the post altogether instead of the public example-making that was done--the above message was not only meant for me, but for others as well to not post anything with commentary that may appear to be biased. My guess is that he was offended by the post and reacted emotionally rather than rationally. Because judging from the half-dozen likes the post received, it didn't seem to offend anyone else.

    Happy image making!!!
    We received several complaints about the political nature of your post, and moreover had a few folks that added they were offended by same. Again, we remain as Switzerland here -- GetDPI is NOT an open forum for individuals to express political or religious POV's -- it IS a forum where you can share images with neutral commentary and let the readers draw THEIR OWN conclusions. In fact, I'll go one step further -- if you feel the need to share the POV you are trying to convey with your images in writing, then you probably failed with your journalistic imagery in the first place. (In your particular case, I do believe your images were strong enough on their own, and actually made a stronger case for your side by themselves -- the addition of your written POV only served to turn off a set of otherwise open-minded viewers.)

    We understand you personally don't like it, but it's our house and those are the rules if you want to participate here.
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    Nicely done photos, rayyan. love the simple line, form, shadow and rendering.

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    Waterfalls

    Iceland has waterfalls almost everywhere you look, for good geological reasons.



    I've posted several other subjects from a few weeks ago in a micro 4/3 thread for my Olympus 75/1.8 (effectively a 150mm), but waterfalls and the country around them seem to call for at least a moderate wide angle. These are with an M9 and 35 SX-FLE:





    The last two, from Gullfoss, were taken with the Olympus 12/2.0 (effective 24 mm)





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    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    Iceland has waterfalls almost everywhere you look, for good geological reasons.
    I want to go!

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    Thought I'd skip any political commentary on this one from today

    Leica M / 50 'lux:



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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi there
    I had a little accident on eBay yesterday and am now the proud owner of a 1957 vintage rigid summicron 50.
    I think it looks very pretty on the silver M







    Here is a little test shot in our kitchen.


    I will hopefully share your proudness early next week with a modified close range version of the same lens
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    Lincoln Memorial just before sunrise. Leica M with 24mm f/1.4 Summilux-M

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    Nice work everyone!

    On the deck of the Round House Lodge at Whistler Mountain, BC (el. 6069'/1850m). M(240) with the 24mm f/3.8 (1 and2) and the 35mm f/1.4 FLE. Wife and friends and some nice guys from 'Sacramento, CA' who spoke Punjabi.







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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    The M with 35 Cron and 50 Lux. Still learning how to PP the M's files but I have more and more confidence in the camera.


    THIS is a wunderbar photo, a true keeper. Well done !!
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    Received this little toy yesterday... taken with the 90mm macro plus adatper:


    Next to a AA-size battery:


    Actual image from the little thing:
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    Thanks friends for the ' likes '. Much obliged.

    I generally do not go for static stuff with the M..

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    Visited Legoland yesterday...

    This image gave me quite some fun while pixel-peeping... I need this wall for lens tests


    Not sure what this plant is... but it's beautiful. The leaves starts white/pink then somehow turns green?!


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    Re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Hi There
    I'm in Cornwall right now - there will be snaps soon (oh yes!)

    In the meantime here's a shot of the new rigid cron on my MM - a different look, but I rather like it.


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    I think that this shot rather epitomises the colour of the old 'cron


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