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    Traveler's Tales...


    I pushed the door open. There was a loud clamor of the bell over the door.

    He looked at me. He looked at me, once more. Scrawny, bandy legs stood in front of him.

    ' Would you like a kilt, lad ', he asked sizing me up.

    ' Depends, I said '. ' First my family history please '. ' You do accept English Pounds ? ', I added..looking for Scottish currency.
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    How much for a f/3.5-5.6 lens on cropped sensor camera...

    Take my pic grandpa with a Leica rangefinder and Portra.


    Who are they fooling! I ain't that gullible.

    p.s. Grandpa you forgot to thank the nice folks for the ' likes'
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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    8:41 PM ~ View of Elliot Bay From the Queen Anne Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



    M9 with Leica Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH ~ ISO 800 ~ 1/30 ~ f4.8
    Nice shot! I hadn't seen this exact angle before and I was confused - I recognized the grain silos and the bay but this makes the area look a bit nicer than it is - it's all trees and grass and the nice new biotech company building etc, can't see the RR tracks and older stuff along the road.
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    M9-P and 75mm Summilux-M.

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    Sunrise in May, Leica M9, Elmarit-M 24mm:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor Sherman View Post
    Nice shot! I hadn't seen this exact angle before and I was confused - I recognized the grain silos and the bay but this makes the area look a bit nicer than it is - it's all trees and grass and the nice new biotech company building etc, can't see the RR tracks and older stuff along the road.
    The view was obtained by walking north along the stone wall away from the park. I did want to have the street lamp in the image as well.

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    View of Downtown Seattle (Space Needle to Harborview Medical Center) from West Seattle Shore Line. I am normally on the other side pointing this way.



    M9 with Leica Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH ~ ISO 800 ~ 1/2000 ~ f11

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    A couple more with the M9-P and 35 Cron ASPH.



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    View across Andrews Bay ~ Lake Washington at Seward Park towards Lake Washington Blvd. S in the Seward Park Neighborhood, Seattle, WA

    ..... a wonderful walk after work down at Seward Park, the air was thick, cool and moist with a soft rain along with the sweet scent of cedar.



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    Leica M240 Zeiss Biogon 35mm f2.8

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    Love it ReeRay!
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    On the way to skye..

    No, not sky!! Still some time left; I think.


    Thank you for the ' likes ' guys.
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    10:56 PM Selfie ~ When you need to post an image for the day and you discover a user error, and its late, and you do not want to go back out, then improvise with a selfie.



    M9 with Leica Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH ~ ISO 160 ~ 1/12 ~ f1.7

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    Had a pine tree removed from our backyard yesterday because it was lifting the ground and causing cracks in the fence walls. It must have been 40+ years old, and I do miss it now that it's gone. Anyway, here are some snaps from the event.







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    New (to me) Leica M9

    So I'm normally an M Monochrom shooter, but occasionally color is desired, at least by other people. Having just returned from a 2 eek trip to Europe to celebrate my 20th anniversary and having used a Canon 6D with 24-105 f/4, 70-200 f/4 and 35 f/2, I returned with many fantastic images, but with a serious dent in my shoulder.

    Long story short, the tele zoom never left my bag, the 24-105 was on the camera most of the time, but I could easily have made do with 24 and 50mm primes, or just a 35mm prime and more walking (except for cathedral interiors). So, on return I promptly sold all of the Can gear and bought what I should have all along (and which some on GetDPI advised at the time) a used Leica M9.

    I've only had the M9 for 11 days and before today had only shot about 200 frames with it, but I am VERY familiar with the M Monochrom so handling is natural and easy. The files are, of course, different, and then there is the whole color thing. I'm just learning what the camera will do at this point, but here are ten shots from a short walk before dinner in Waynesville, Missouri (I'm currently at Fort Leonard Wood for two weeks training).

    All shots with the Leica M9 at ISO 160, 50mm f/2 Summicron-M (v5) with 3 stop ND filter. Most are wide-open, with minimal post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Congratulations on picking up a used M9, I am confident you will grow to love it, perhaps as much as the monochrome!
    Time will tell. I will definitely use it as much as my wife prefers color and we like to travel.
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    Hey everyone! New here...I shoot a Leica M8 with a 40mm Summicron-C. Bought the camera in January as a birthday present to myself. I've wanted the camera since it came out. Happy to finally have my hands on it!







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    Beautiful images.
    Bravo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by athimbleofdan View Post
    Hey everyone! New here...I shoot a Leica M8 with a 40mm Summicron-C. Bought the camera in January as a birthday present to myself. I've wanted the camera since it came out. Happy to finally have my hands on it!
    Welcome and congratulation on picking up the camera that you wanted!

    Wonderful images, look forward to seeing more!

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    View of the City of Bellevue & Cascade Mountain Range Across Lake Washington while standing at E. Cherry Street & 36th Avenue, Madrona Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



    M9 with Leica Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH ~ ISO 160 ~ 1/500 ~ f11

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    All taken with the Leica M-E and 50 Summilux ASPH













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    Quote Originally Posted by animefx View Post
    All taken with the Leica M-E and 50 Summilux ASPH
    Fun. I went to high school at ISU.

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    Some more stuff! Happy hump day everyone! M8 with 40mm Summicron-c




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    View of Elliott Bay at the Twilight Hour while Enjoying the Warm Sun and Breeze, 8th Avenue W, Queen Anne Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



    M9 with Leica Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH ~ ISO 160 ~ 1/350 ~ f11

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    Hankies, or White and Green







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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Campbell View Post
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    Robert,
    Nice eye for visual rhythm.

    I have been away for a while, so I came her to see what was happening M-wise. I was scrolling thru and the thread and see LOTS more M9, M8 M-E than 240.

    Hmmm.

    In early days I stayed (and still have) the M9. Just couldn't get any "Leica Look" from the 240 images, UNLESS I did a lot of post processing.
    So, Robert, are your images native? or did you need to do some contrast enhancement etc to get the more 'depth' (3-D?) look I have always expected from a Leica?

    [and no, i do NOT want to start a CMOS vs CCD discussion ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Campbell View Post
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    Robert,
    Nice eye for visual rhythm.

    I have been away for a while, so I came her to see what was happening M-wise. I was scrolling thru and the thread and see LOTS more M9, M8 M-E than 240.

    Hmmm.

    In early days I stayed (and still have) the M9. Just couldn't get any "Leica Look" from the 240 images, UNLESS I did a lot of post processing.
    So, Robert, are your images native? or did you need to do some contrast enhancement etc to get the more 'depth' (3-D?) look I have always expected from a Leica?

    [and no, i do NOT want to start a CMOS vs CCD discussion ]

    regards
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    David D Johnson (white shirt) and Garet Wolfe Discussing Image at the Opening of 'An Off the Wall Look at Human Nature' exhibition at the Sky Gallery at the University of Washing Medical Center, Seattle, WA (May 15 thru July 13th, 2014)

    David taught Photography at the University of Washington and Garet and I were fortunate to have taken a few classes from David. A number of former students along with family, friends and colleagues attended the opening featuring 50 pieces of David's work.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Robert,
    Nice eye for visual rhythm.

    I have been away for a while, so I came her to see what was happening M-wise. I was scrolling thru and the thread and see LOTS more M9, M8 M-E than 240.

    Hmmm.

    In early days I stayed (and still have) the M9. Just couldn't get any "Leica Look" from the 240 images, UNLESS I did a lot of post processing.
    So, Robert, are your images native? or did you need to do some contrast enhancement etc to get the more 'depth' (3-D?) look I have always expected from a Leica?

    [and no, i do NOT want to start a CMOS vs CCD discussion ]

    regards
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    Hi Victor, thanks for the comments.

    The files were all dng, processed in LR5. I usually tweak the exposure a little, recover highlights if necessary, add a little contrast, a little clarity and vibrance and a mild S-contrast curve. The top pic is slightly cropped, as I didn't notice an ugly intrusion on the far left. That's about all I ever do. These were processed on an uncalibrated MacBook Pro, and uploaded to Flickr. I think they have gained contrast in the process, and certainly look more "vivid".

    Occasionally, when I'm looking for something more, I'll take a pic which has a 'dominant' area or spot of colour, desaturate all the other colours and saturate the 'dominant' one, leaving a greyscale image with a single area of colour.

    I'm not at all sure that I could tell or define a Leica look, not could I tell the difference between CMOS and CCD. I have an M240 mostly for the live view and the visoflex, not because of the type of sensor.

    As far as the visual rhythm is concerned, I find a Leica is both the simplest and the most difficult or challenging camera to use. Simple, because it gives you the basics, and is mostly manual; most challenging because I have to think about composition, move around etc. I'm a "slow" not a "fast" photographer. And a Monochrom is the most challenging camera of all.
    Sláinte

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    Beachin'









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    F11, 1/60s, iso160
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    F11, 1/200s, iso160
    Walking in a Sunday morning with 50APO
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    Inbound ~ F/V Deep Pacific Passing Through the Large Lock of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



    M9 with Leica Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH ~ ISO 160 ~ 1/125 ~ f13

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    Inbound ~ Yankee Clipper Passing Through the Large Lock of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Inbound ~ Serenite and Yankee Clipper Passing Through the Large Lock of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



    M9 with Leica Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH ~ ISO 160 ~ 1/250 ~ f11

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    An old lady of the road

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