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    Thank you Matt, Edtan, Lloyd, Charles and Steve for the nice comments!

    Here some more from Bournemouth, UK:










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    2 more from today...
    M9/35 FLE



    Wow, those colors pop! Nicely seen, Ed...Way to catch the reds with the M9 sensor...
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    The Palouse, again.

    1. M8.2; 90mm f/2.5; 1/4000s; ISO 160


    2. M8.2; 75mm f/2; 1/4000s; ISO 160


    3. M8.2; 75mm f/2; 1/4000s; ISO 160


    4. M8.2; 90mm f/2.5; 1/1500s; ISO 160




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    I spent the yesterday with my 12mm Voigtlander. This lens is really, really wide. It's a miracle that it forms an image. You don't need a viewfinder - just assume that it gets everything. What's in focus? Everything. I processed in C1 using the lcc feature to eliminate color castes and most of the light fall off (C1 lets you dial back the light fall off compensation which looks more natural for wide wide shots). Exposure compensation was set at +1 to get enough light into the corners that the lcc compensation has something to work with.





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    Matt, love the first shot for it's perspective, tone & detail. The entire set is " Take Me Home Country Road", Excellent!

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    Woody, like the "Sprint" Shot for reflections, multiple dimensions & IQ! Nice.

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    Matt, love the first shot for it's perspective, tone & detail. The entire set is " Take Me Home Country Road", Excellent!
    Big plus 1 from me, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Woody, like the "Sprint" Shot for reflections, multiple dimensions & IQ! Nice.
    +1. Love the results with that lens. Very impressive.

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    Great shot of the combine Matt

    thanks for the comments everyone

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    Matt - Great series on the Palouse!
    Ed - I am in FLE lust, that lens really pops! Adds and extra dimension to already strong images
    Ashwin - As always, very strong composition - love the porthole shot.
    Shtartka1 - Great B&W series, love the shot of the news vendor
    Woody - that 12 mm of the Sprint building looks great! Fantastic post processing of those images, the edge cutoff is almost non existent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    I spent the yesterday with my 12mm Voigtlander. This lens is really, really wide. It's a miracle that it forms an image. You don't need a viewfinder - just assume that it gets everything. What's in focus? Everything. I processed in C1 using the lcc feature to eliminate color castes and most of the light fall off (C1 lets you dial back the light fall off compensation which looks more natural for wide wide shots). Exposure compensation was set at +1 to get enough light into the corners that the lcc compensation has something to work with.

    Great use and skill in PP of the 12mm!
    Thanks for sharing the details too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    The Palouse, again.

    1. M8.2; 90mm f/2.5; 1/4000s; ISO 160


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    Love the gradation on the horizon.
    Not quite "Rule of Thirds" makes this a dynamic image.
    Regards, Ed.

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    Steve, Matt, Lloyd, Ashwin: Thanks.
    Light beams and reflections at St. Ignatius Chapel, Seattle University.
    M9/35 FLE

    Orange beam of light from the ceiling.




    Reflections on the Font of the Baptistry.


    St. Ignatius Chapel on the Reflecting Pool.


    Critique invited and greatly appreciated.
    Regards, Ed

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    Ed that 2nd shot is great!

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    I have a few more from the kite festival, if I am flooding the forum, let me know

    f16 1/20th of a second, conversion to JPG kind of ruins the colours a bit , but Im not uploading a 10MP file



    At the kite festival there was an area of Mobiles and Wind sculptures, and someone had made this one that was a Native American one ( Cherokee , or Ojibwa , I forgot)

    I turned the shot B+W because it reminds me of B+W shots of the American Southwest I saw in a book as a kid in the UK


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    Very cool image Woody!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicFM View Post
    Thank you Matt, Edtan, Lloyd, Charles and Steve for the nice comments!

    Here some more from Bournemouth, UK:



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    Great photo Frank - I wouldn't want to run into that bass player in a dark alley - he looks pretty angry ;-)

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    James Turrell installment Canberra.
    M9 / 35mm Summicron Asph

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    very cool!

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    Yup. Cool indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Steve, Matt, Lloyd, Ashwin: Thanks.
    Light beams and reflections at St. Ignatius Chapel, Seattle University.
    M9/35 FLE

    Critique invited and greatly appreciated.
    Regards, Ed
    Wow, Ed. You are ROCKIN' IT lately. Very nice. Love that second shot in particular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    I have a few more from the kite festival, if I am flooding the forum, let me know

    f16 1/20th of a second, conversion to JPG kind of ruins the colours a bit , but Im not uploading a 10MP file



    At the kite festival there was an area of Mobiles and Wind sculptures, and someone had made this one that was a Native American one ( Cherokee , or Ojibwa , I forgot)

    I turned the shot B+W because it reminds me of B+W shots of the American Southwest I saw in a book as a kid in the UK
    Yes Robert, you're flooding the thread. Please continue!

    Nice ones yet again. That first one is very kewl.

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    Ed, the portrait is a classic! Great light, great emotion!
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    Mr. Dude, Lloyd, Al: Many Thanks.

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    Ed, marvelous pics at the church....the light there is amazing, and you've captured it so well...You are on a roll!

    Matt, more Palouse Magic...

    Eaglewood, nice colors and angles...
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    Some from a recent stroll wiht SLUGgers, Ed and Al...

    M9 and 50 mm C-Sonnar....

    1. Flowers


    2. Almost all in...


    3. Massage mantra...


    4. Lavender...


    5. Old timers (separate stroll, when I wasn't quite a SLUG)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    I spent the yesterday with my 12mm Voigtlander. This lens is really, really wide. It's a miracle that it forms an image. You don't need a viewfinder - just assume that it gets everything. What's in focus? Everything. I processed in C1 using the lcc feature to eliminate color castes and most of the light fall off (C1 lets you dial back the light fall off compensation which looks more natural for wide wide shots). Exposure compensation was set at +1 to get enough light into the corners that the lcc compensation has something to work with.




    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Woody, like the "Sprint" Shot for reflections, multiple dimensions & IQ! Nice.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1. Love the results with that lens. Very impressive.
    Quote Originally Posted by atanabe View Post
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    Woody - that 12 mm of the Sprint building looks great! Fantastic post processing of those images, the edge cutoff is almost non existent
    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Great use and skill in PP of the 12mm!
    Thanks for sharing the details too.
    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Very cool image Woody! Cheers,
    Woody: What they said!

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    Agreed, Woody. Great shot. You use wides quite effectively...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt, love the first shot for it's perspective, tone & detail. The entire set is " Take Me Home Country Road", Excellent!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Big plus 1 from me, Matt.
    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Great shot of the combine Matt...
    Quote Originally Posted by atanabe View Post
    Matt - Great series on the Palouse!
    ...
    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Love the gradation on the horizon.
    Not quite "Rule of Thirds" makes this a dynamic image.
    Regards, Ed.
    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
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    Matt, more Palouse Magic...
    Steve/Lloyd/Robert/Al/Ed/Ashwin: Thank you, gentlemen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Some from a recent stroll wiht SLUGgers, Ed and Al...

    M9 and 50 mm C-Sonnar....

    1. Flowers


    5. Old timers (separate stroll, when I wasn't quite a SLUG)
    Some crazy bokeh on that first one Ashwin! Nice composition on the last one - my favorite from this set.

    Keep working that Sonnar - great stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    I have a few more from the kite festival, if I am flooding the forum, let me know

    f16 1/20th of a second, conversion to JPG kind of ruins the colours a bit , but Im not uploading a 10MP file


    Great shot - like a color wheel from an old tv spinning ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Steve, Matt, Lloyd, Ashwin: Thanks.
    Light beams and reflections at St. Ignatius Chapel, Seattle University.
    M9/35 FLE

    Orange beam of light from the ceiling.




    Reflections on the Font of the Baptistry.


    St. Ignatius Chapel on the Reflecting Pool.


    Critique invited and greatly appreciated.
    Regards, Ed
    Ed: Excellent! #1. Nice play of light; angle works well #2. Good pose; soaking up the light; comp. and color are very cool #3. Forms and reflections are good; but, this one seems awkward to me? imbalanced. The font's too heavy. #4. Beautiful color; maybe a tighter crop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Great shot - like a color wheel from an old tv spinning ;-)
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    Robert: +1! I like this one, too.

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    Ed: Excellent! #1. Nice play of light; angle works well #2. Good pose; soaking up the light; comp. and color are very cool #3. Forms and reflections are good; but, this one seems awkward to me? imbalanced. The font's too heavy. #4. Beautiful color; maybe a tighter crop?

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    Thanks Matt. Good call.
    Here's the tighter crop. Image got simpler with distractions out of the way.


    #3 Yes I agree with you. The font looks large but..... it is about 3 feet in diameter. I was trying to get the Golden Rectangle here .



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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Thanks Matt. Good call.
    Here's the tighter crop. Image got simpler with distractions out of the way.


    #3 Yes I agree with you. The font looks large but..... it is about 3 feet in diameter. I was trying to get the Golden Rectangle here .



    Regards, Ed
    Ed: I like the crop in the first one. I like it a lot. The reflections are soft, pastels, and the rock anchors the corner. It'd look cool printed on that Epson Exhibition Fiber paper that Nora used at her show.

    The illustration helps to see what you're trying in the second photo. Still not sure about it. What if you cropped in from the left a bit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow, Ed. You are ROCKIN' IT lately. Very nice. Love that second shot in particular.
    Big Time! #2!!!!

    Al, Thank You!

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    Steve, thank you.

    Matt, I'd love to print some day, probably with a 3880.
    Thanks for your critique. I have re-worked the Font image.
    You have quite the set up for the Mac.



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    Away for a couple of days and already so far behind....

    Quote Originally Posted by MagicFM View Post

    Here some more from Bournemouth, UK:

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    Hey Frank, nice to see some stuff from my birthplace

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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    +1 on the moon shot Dave. VERY nice!!
    Yes that's great!

    Joe, the shots of your dog are terrific.

    Matt, more great stuff. Love that last one with the lead-in line/road.

    Ash - love the old timers and lavender.

    Sorry I can't comment on everything....rushing today.

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    here is another with the cv12 (and my new M9)

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    Great Perspective, Color & Comp Gero!

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    What is the trick to posting a full sized image on this thread? Mine appear as images that need to be clicked to get a full sized image. Any tips. And keep it simple please as it should be obvious that this is a challenge for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglewood View Post
    James Turrell installment Canberra.
    M9 / 35mm Summicron Asph

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    Eaglewood: Very cool! My favorite is #2 with the multiple intersecting planes. :thumb up:

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglewood View Post
    What is the trick to posting a full sized image on this thread? Mine appear as images that need to be clicked to get a full sized image. Any tips. And keep it simple please as it should be obvious that this is a challenge for me.
    I store my photos on flickr so I choose the size I am going to post, then copy the image address, then when using the 'reply to thread' open box you choose the yellow square (mountain figure) with a single mouse click, paste the address in the box that appears and then click 'OK' . . . . . repeat as necessary for the number of pictures you wish to post.

    Hope that makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Some from a recent stroll wiht SLUGgers, Ed and Al...

    M9 and 50 mm C-Sonnar....

    1. Flowers


    2. Almost all in...


    3. Massage mantra...


    4. Lavender...


    5. Old timers (separate stroll, when I wasn't quite a SLUG)
    Ashwin: Nice set! In order of my pref.: #3. composition and tone #2. cute, color, comp. #1. very pretty, cool bokeh, slightly tighter crop in from upper right? #4. lovely lavender, not sure about the white PU #5. great detail, color, and focus; crop in from upper left to make asymmetrical comp with couple/water/gangplank/dock? All, IMHO, of course. :thumb up:

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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Steve, thank you.

    Matt, I'd love to print some day, probably with a 3880.
    Thanks for your critique. I have re-worked the Font image.
    You have quite the set up for the Mac.



    Regards, Ed
    Ed: Nicely done. In my opinion, this is better, and closer to your "intent" re: golden rectangle. :thumb up:

    Still getting everything copied over. Migration assistant sucks. Nice to have multiple backups. Have fun with the D7000!

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    Took my scooter out for a ride this weekend up the California coast - it was middle of the day so light was harsh and flat so just got a couple of simple shots.

    Here's one of my bike - M9 with the CV 35mm f1.2:



    And one of the Pigeon Point lighthouse:



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    Quote Originally Posted by gero View Post
    here is another with the cv12 (and my new M9)
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    Great Perspective, Color & Comp Gero!
    Gero: +1! Outstanding.

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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Took my scooter out for a ride this weekend up the California coast - it was middle of the day so light was harsh and flat so just got a couple of simple shots.
    Here's one of my bike - M9 with the CV 35mm f1.2:
    And one of the Pigeon Point lighthouse:

    Cheers,
    Joe: Nice bike. Excellent pp, comp and timing in this landscape.

    Cheers, Matt.

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