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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hmm Christmas - always love it.
    Casual snaps - lots of fun.
    The first shot is with the 35 FLE -


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    Really like this image, and definitely prefer the B&W!
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    Sorry, I missed part of this photo, it's a 2 frame pano, but I messed up on the left side, thinking wrong in a hurry on the frame lines. Well, it's still worth a look anyway maybe...

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    Wish Everyone a Wonderful "shooting" Year 2014


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    Happy 2014 to all, thanks for sharing your impressive work, the "likes" and words of support!
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    During the winter holidays I visited my relatives in western Germany where I stumbled upon this interesting region. It's called the Rühler Schweiz. It's been the first time that I've seen a landscape in Germany that I immediately liked. Usually the landscape is either boring or too urbanized for my taste.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor Sherman View Post
    +1, that's a really great image. What lens?
    Thanks Taylor. Shot with Noctilux

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    And I also spent some time in the woods... Have a great 2014 everyone.


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    Leica M / 50 'lux:



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    Morning mist on the Salisbury Downs, Wiltshire, Dec 2013:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Leica M / 50 'lux:



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    Mike, the 2nd subject at the back, the boy, makes the shot more compelling, well done...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    Leica M9, 50mm preasph lux @1.4
    Cesium Palladium Ziatype, scan of print

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    Jim, great image and it's really suited for such a printing techniqze. I'm a huge fan of "old style noble prints". May I ask how you did this Ziatype? I assume you printed some sort of acetat negative and used it as a contact. How large is the print?

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    M(240),2.0/50 Cron,f/2.0,1/60 sec.,ISO 1000,manual exposure mode..
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    Best wishes to you all and your loved ones for the future.

    In another forum, someone asked if not being ' eye popping sharp ' was a Leica camera signature?

    Yes, I replied. And unfocused too. Just bad cameras, the lot of them.

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    I want my preferred drink and food


    L1021739 by john_kuan, on Flickr

    This shot was taken last Sun, my little princess start to get furious when mom prohibited her to drink ice tea as she is couching. I want to take a smile photo of her but end up like this, not bad right ? C&C is welcome

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    This print is 8x5". I'm printing this up for Photo LA.. comes in two sizes 8x5 & 9x14.

    i have a short writeup in the Nikon forum on the process

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    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/559031-post9831.html



    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    Jim, great image and it's really suited for such a printing techniqze. I'm a huge fan of "old style noble prints". May I ask how you did this Ziatype? I assume you printed some sort of acetat negative and used it as a contact. How large is the print?

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quan View Post
    I want my preferred drink and food


    L1021739 by john_kuan, on Flickr

    This shot was taken last Sun, my little princess start to get furious when mom prohibited her to drink ice tea as she is couching. I want to take a smile photo of her but end up like this, not bad right ? C&C is welcome

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    A beautiful subject and photograph, I do love the tight focus and lovely bokeh produced with the Nokton. Also love your choice of using B&W. Your daughter appears to be hypnotized by the pattern of the plate and adds to the charm of the photograph for me. Nicely done!

    I have the CV LTM Nokton 50/1.5 and it is one of the lens I love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    A beautiful subject and photograph, I do love the tight focus and lovely bokeh produced with the Nokton. Also love your choice of using B&W. Your daughter appears to be hypnotized by the pattern of the plate and adds to the charm of the photograph for me. Nicely done!

    I have the CV LTM Nokton 50/1.5 and it is one of the lens I love.
    Thank you for the compliment, this is one of the few photos I like very much since I start RF in this shot 5-6 months, I really hooked.

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    I love the light in these, they really convey the sense of a dark forest well, and at the same time have a beautiful luminescense .

    well done!

    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    And I also spent some time in the woods... Have a great 2014 everyone.


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    More from the canal, M/50 'lux:







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    Great photos everyone

    Thank you all for likes,
    much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    I love the light in these, they really convey the sense of a dark forest well, and at the same time have a beautiful luminescense .

    well done!
    Thanks for the kind words James.

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    Twilight Hour ~ First Hill Seattle (facing north) 1/2/2014 ~ Features that can be scene in the photograph include: Frye Museum; O'Dea High School; St. James Cathedral; Presbyterian Retirement Communities Northwest - Sky Line at First Hill; and assortment of other residential and businesses.



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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Twilight Hour ~ First Hill Seattle (facing north) 1/2/2014 ~ Features that can be scene in the photograph include: Frye Museum; O'Dea High School; St. James Cathedral; Presbyterian Retirement Communities Northwest - Sky Line at First Hill; and assortment of other residential and businesses.



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    This photo and many others of Seattle make me want to pay another visit after 17 years (too long), beautiful shot.
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    Recent trip to the Kimball Art Gallery in FW Texas...this is a capture from the Modern Art Gallery Cafe during the trip.


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    Several problems here: I got up early and saw the light on the snow patterns on the frozen river and decided to grab the M9. But it had a Summilux 50 on with an orange filter, so I had to desaturate and make it B&W. The stupid thing is that neither the foreground nor the background is in focus, but the snow patterns are, but they are small and rather insignificant. By the time I went back into the conservatory with a 90mm on, the glass had frozen condensation on (-21ºC this morning) and I couldn't photograph what I really meant to!



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    "Taking Flight"
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    Ranch Elf. Leica M with 35mm Summilux FLE, ISO 2000, f/2.4 at 1/350

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    "Floating"
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    A few pictures from the recent Kimball and Modern Museums trip.....


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    1/5/2014 ~ View of Seattle across Lake Union from Gas Works Park, Wallingford Neighborhood, Seattle, WA. Taken during an evening walk.




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    1/5/2014 ~ View to Westlake and Queen Ann Hill from Gas Works Park, Wallingford Neighborhood, Seattle, WA taken during an evening walk.



    M9 ~ Lux 35mm f/1.4 ASPH ~ 6 photo blend into a HDR

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    Somerset House, London, from the top of the ME Hotel. There's a very crowded ice skating rink in the courtyard. M(240) with 35mm Lux FLE.



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    Superb rendering and presentation!

    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Recent trip to the Kimball Art Gallery in FW Texas...this is a capture from the Modern Art Gallery Cafe during the trip.


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    Thank you!

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    1/6/2014 ~ Fishermen's Terminal, Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA

    Out to dinner than a quick stop for a short walk and photo opportunities at the Fishermen's Terminal.



    M9 ~ Lux 35mm f/1.4 ASPH ~ 5 photographs merged into a HDR then converted to B&W

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    1/6/2014 ~ Fishermen's Terminal, Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



    M9 ~ Lux 35mm f/1.4 ASPH ~ 4 photographs merged into a HDR then reduced saturation and shadow to leave some blue light and faint color.

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    Covent Garden, London, 12/2. M(240) with 35mm Lux FLE.









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    I've now got the 2x tele extender for use with my 280mm Leica R lens. According to the Leica Compendium the 280 is effectively diffraction limited. With the 2x extender focal length is 560mm; performance in on a par with dedicated longs. The extender adds a bit of CA but LR handles it easily. A very demanding lens in use - atmospheric conditions are the main problem with heat waves reading like aliasing with short exposures and as blur in long exposures, even on a cold still day. Usable for landscape on the M with EVF, but fussy.

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    Old Town Alexandria. Leica M with Nocti f/0.95. ISO 2000, f/5.6 at 1/60. Also I had a variable ND filter attached because I didn't have a place to put if if I took it off. That happens more than I like to admit.

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    Sunrise near Lincoln, California | Leica M-E, Leica Summilux-M 35mm
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    Big smile


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