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    Nice hat series Mike - the first one is fantastic! I'm waiting to get a 90mm elmarit (from Ashwin) and hope I can do as well with it ;-).

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    Thank you Robert

    Thanks Joe, I did see Ash put it up for sale and wondered if you'd bought it! I'm sure you will love it.

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    Joe's gonna rock that lens ....

    It's all packed up in its box, ready to ship ....For me, I'll be relegated to the 90 APO cron until I wish my way to another lens hahah...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Wanted to share some more from the 90 Elmarit-M which I took for a proper spin today. I have to say I'm absolutely delighted with this lens. Sharp, lovely OOF rendering and handles really nicely.

    Today's theme is hats All wide open on the M8.









    And this is what happens if you don't wear one:


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    Great hat, great series, great processing, Mike!
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    Steve, Ashwin, Matt, Joe, Mike...thanks for the comments on the sculpture. It was hard to wrap my head around a good capture, glad you liked...

    Comments behind and probably out of order:

    RF - Like the Acadia lake/cliff series...headed to the north shore of Lake Superior this weekend and hope to get some similar shots.
    Daniel - LOVE what you're doing with the Zeiss and filters...beautiful work.
    Matt - I really like the grain elevators, especially the b&w rendering.
    Steve - loved the cemetery shots with the Noct...especially 4 & 5. Great DOF, grain and light.
    Mike - The castle shot with the 90 cron is great, but the girl in the read hat is my favorite so far!
    Ashwin, the last sonnar shot of the Guild 45 sign is special.
    Dude, the girls chasing the rabbit is beautifully rendered and a humorous shot!

    So many great pics, coming so fast, I can't keep up!

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Joe's gonna rock that lens ....

    It's all packed up in its box, ready to ship ....For me, I'll be relegated to the 90 APO cron until I wish my way to another lens hahah...
    Thanks Ashwin! - I'm going to Zion and Bryce in two weeks and really needed something longer than 50mm - can't wait to try it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post

    Today's theme is hats All wide open on the M8.







    And this is what happens if you don't wear one:


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    Mike
    Mike, # 1 is so sharp,contrasty & superb! # 2 is One Bad Momma! 3 is another great catch with 3d iq & awesome cowlick sticking up! I tip my Hat to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Nice hat series Mike - the first one is fantastic! I'm waiting to get a 90mm elmarit (from Ashwin) and hope I can do as well with it ;-).

    Cheers,
    Joe, you'll love the 90mm Elmarit-M! Very sharp, nice bokeh and among the best when it comes to Leica build quality!

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    Thanks Jeff.

    Wow Mike, those are great shots with the 90 Elmarit! I think Ashwin is letting one of those lenses go at the moment :|

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    Wow, thanks for all the comments guys - glad you enjoyed them. One more before I leave you in peace for a couple of weeks whilst I enjoy some vacation time.

    Again wide open on the Elmarit-M:


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    Another keeper Mike! Enjoy your Holiday & shoot em up!

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    Thanks for the comments, Ash, Matt, Steve, Robert, Jeff

    Matt, excellent shots from Waitsburg! Love the perspective and B&W pp on the 1st one with the 24Lux.
    Mike, congrats on the 90 Elmarit. I like the first 2 test shots, really nice. The street shots are also excellent.
    Wozza, nice to see you here. Great catch on that 1st shot with the 35CV.
    Ash, another fine set with the Sonnar! #1 is my favorite from this set.
    Robert, cute shots of the kids!
    esmaltis, nice winter scenes with the CV 35 1.2. Love the 3rd shot with the flare.

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    Acadia was an excellent family vacation spot for us. There were enough activities at Bar Harbor and surroundings for the wife and kid while most of the beautiful scenery can be accessed within 15-30 min drive if you stay close to Bar Harbor. Will definitely want to return again at some point.

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    A few more with the 28Cron.

    Otter Cliff


    Bubble Pond


    Cadillac Mountain

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    28 cron you say, impressive work!

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    Thanks Robert. You should give the 28Cron a test drive at some point. Not everyone's favorite focal length on full frame but other than it vignettes a fair bit wide open, a tad of distortion and is prone to flare, this lens is a real workhorse at least for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    Apologies everyone for my late reply but thankfully "Irene" passed through our town with minimal damage. Hope everyone else is safe.

    Went back to catch the sunrise next morning. 90 Summarit
    WOW! Nice one here Joe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Hey Everyone!! As always, crackin' stuff on here!! Between work and what you're about to see below... I've been a little busy!!

    My sister, the proud aunt
    Nice light here!!
    Congratulations, Jason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Wow, thanks for all the comments guys - glad you enjoyed them. One more before I leave you in peace for a couple of weeks whilst I enjoy some vacation time.

    Again wide open on the Elmarit-M:


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    Another nice one to "cap off" the series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    It's been a busy week-end and a kickoff to a busy fall sports season (for me, that means Seahawks, UW Husky sports coverage). I will try to keep up with the thread, but I'll apologize if my contributions become infrequent at times. Just know that I am thinkin' of ya, and if you all are out there wanting to stroll with me, I'll be on the road 4 more times with the Seahawks....(email me, and I'll let you know where).

    Speaking of travel with the Seahawks, I was in Denver this week-end...tough loss, but thankfully, it's the preasason.....man am I bushed, but I got 2 photo strolls and over 400 images in....

    3 Organic captures..., whatever that means...


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    Ashwin:Nice work!! Especially like the shadows and colors in this one.

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    Thanks Steve, Joe and Ed.

    Joe, lovely series with the 28, especially that last one - looks like waves crashing onto the shore.

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    The wheat silos at Waitsburg, WA.

    2. M9-P; 24mm f/1.4; 1/4000s; -3 EV; ISO 80


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    Matt: Like the balance of smooth texture on left and busyness on the right. Also the rail diagonally dividing the 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Ok, after the test shot I'm a bit wary of the portraits I took but here goes :

    wife, eldest, youngest



    any critiques welcome, thanks
    Robert
    Beautiful series on the flares! This is my favorite.

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    Thanks

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    The Palouse, near Waitsburg, WA.

    M8.2; 1/4000s; -3 EV; ISO 160


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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt, wonderful tone,lines & Laurel & Hardy feel to this one! Great agricultural series!
    Steve: Thank you, sir! I see exactly what you mean.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
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    Matt, nice series :thumb up: The B&Ws do it for me and, like Hermann, the first is my preference.
    Mike
    Mike: thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    So, the replacement for the returned 90 'cron arrived today.....a near mint, very late shiny, chrome 90 Elmarit-M (I nearly ran out of adjectives then). It's a thing of beauty
    Just thought of two more adjectives....'bloody' and 'sharp'!
    Nothing artistic here, and only the last one is wide open, but Steve posted some cemetery shots with his new Noct so....

    And a couple more:
    Regards
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    Mike: I like the composition and color in all of them. But, the unique coloring and detail in the first makes it my fav. :thumb up:

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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Beautiful series on the flares! This is my favorite.
    Robert: +1! My favorite too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post

    Cadillac Mountain
    RF -- Wow...I've been thinking about a Zeiss 25mm, but you're making a strong case for the 28 'cron. Great detail and processing...I really like this shot.

    -Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
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    Matt, excellent shots from Waitsburg! Love the perspective and B&W pp on the 1st one with the 24Lux...
    Acadia was an excellent family vacation spot for us. There were enough activities at Bar Harbor and surroundings for the wife and kid while most of the beautiful scenery can be accessed within 15-30 min drive if you stay close to Bar Harbor. Will definitely want to return again at some point.
    Joe
    A few more with the 28Cron.
    Otter Cliff
    Bubble Pond

    Cadillac Mountain
    Joe: These are stunning! Excellent use of the foreground elements. The color, tone, and gradation of light in this one's wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
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    Matt, nice series :thumb up: The B&Ws do it for me and, like Hermann, the first is my preference...Mike
    Mike: Thank you, sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
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    Speaking of the GXR, the 50 sonnar awaits that mount, but until then, it's on my M9 a lot more than I expected...LOVE the rendering....


    Ashwin: Excellent work. A few blocks from my house. Really great pp treatment. The rendering of the lens is very cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Mike, # 1 is so sharp,contrasty & superb! # 2 is One Bad Momma! 3 is another great catch with 3d iq & awesome cowlick sticking up! I tip my Hat to you!
    Mike: +1! Nicely done.

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    A little more light on it.

    M9-P; 1/4000s; -3 EV; ISO 160


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A little more light on it.

    M9-P; 1/4000s; -3 EV; ISO 160


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    Thanks for your comments Matt, much appreciated. This one of yours makes me think! I love how the line of clouds mirror the angle of the landscape, but somehow the composition is making me uncomfortable - that might be a good thing, I need to look a little longer I think it's to do with the central placement of the sign, and the smaller sign beyond it.

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    Great stuff, Matt, with the image above. The lighting shines, and the colors pop.

    Thanks, Ed!!!


    A couple from tonight, after a victorty....finally finished wiht 3 straight weeks of work with no days off....









    Worked so much recently, I got a bit stir crazy at a recent lecture...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Thanks for your comments Matt, much appreciated. This one of yours makes me think! I love how the line of clouds mirror the angle of the landscape, but somehow the composition is making me uncomfortable - that might be a good thing, I need to look a little longer I think it's to do with the central placement of the sign, and the smaller sign beyond it.
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    Mike: Thanks for the feedback. Shift right and lower, maybe? Except, that's the full frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    ...Great stuff, Matt, with the image above. The lighting shines, and the colors pop...

    A couple from tonight, after a victorty....finally finished wiht 3 straight weeks of work with no days off....


    Worked so much recently, I got a bit stir crazy at a recent lecture...

    Ashwin: Thanks! A good win for the Hawks. It's probably because they have an excellent medical staff! How can the locker room be that clean and empty? 11:21 pm? You posted these from your car on the way home? I believe, only three questions are allowed?

    #1 is my favorite. It looks like the guy is waiting for the last player to exit before he locks up. Nicely framed.

    Multiple personality disorder? If this is a 'self-portrait', perhaps you should seek counseling?

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    Pike Place Market. This guy's always sitting on a garbage can.

    M9-P; 50mm f/1.4; 1/3000s @ f/1.4; ISO 160


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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post

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    Joe

    A few more with the 28Cron.

    Otter Cliff

    Cadillac Mountain
    Really Smokin On The Landscapes Joe! I Was At EP Levines Yesterday & Mike Was Showing Me A New 28 Cron ASPH & 135 Tely 3.4 APO! Man Was I Under Pressure!!! I Was Good & Walked Out With An Old Used Nikon 180mm 2.8 ais ed Lens, Which Is Why I Made The Trip. Of Course I Was Up All Night Trying To Figure Out How To Score That 28 Cron That You Got Me Hooked On!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A little more light on it.

    M9-P; 1/4000s; -3 EV; ISO 160


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Pike Place Market. This guy's always sitting on a garbage can.

    M9-P; 50mm f/1.4; 1/3000s @ f/1.4; ISO 160


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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Great stuff, Matt, with the image above. The lighting shines, and the colors pop.

    Thanks, Ed!!!


    A couple from tonight, after a victorty....finally finished wiht 3 straight weeks of work with no days off....






    Worked so much recently, I got a bit stir crazy at a recent lecture...

    Boy Am I Jealous! What A Job!!! Good Luck With The Seahawks This Year Ash Until You Run Into The Patriots Of Course..!

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    Joe: great landscapes! I like the mood of the Bubble Pond one.

    Mike: Great hat series, well seen and captured! I like the restaurant opening shot as well.

    Robert: excellent use of flare in that portrait!

    Matt: Your Palouse shots just keep getting better! Really dig the sign and the silos!
    The street portrait is excellent as well.

    Here are a couple from the wedding I went to today, all 50 lux (I shared others in the Nikkor 105mm thread I just started) the redhead is my girlfriend, hence the many shots of her.











    All wide open, except the car shot at f/4.0

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    Great set Daniel & Beautiful Girlfriend Mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A little more light on it.

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    Matt - love the light and the colors but also not sure about the sign in the center - I would try cropping with the sign more to the left of the frame. It does create some tension in the composition though - maybe that's a good thing as Mike said ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Joe: great landscapes! I like the mood of the Bubble Pond one.

    Mike: Great hat series, well seen and captured! I like the restaurant opening shot as well.

    Robert: excellent use of flare in that portrait!

    Matt: Your Palouse shots just keep getting better! Really dig the sign and the silos!
    The street portrait is excellent as well.

    Here are a couple from the wedding I went to today, all 50 lux (I shared others in the Nikkor 105mm thread I just started) the redhead is my girlfriend, hence the many shots of her.




    All wide open, except the car shot at f/4.0
    Love this one Daniel - lovely eyes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffnesh View Post
    RF -- Wow...I've been thinking about a Zeiss 25mm, but you're making a strong case for the 28 'cron. Great detail and processing...I really like this shot.

    -Jeff
    +1 - great shot and pp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    So, the replacement for the returned 90 'cron arrived today.....a near mint, very late shiny, chrome 90 Elmarit-M (I nearly ran out of adjectives then). It's a thing of beauty

    Just thought of two more adjectives....'bloody' and 'sharp'!

    Nothing artistic here, and only the last one is wide open, but Steve posted some cemetery shots with his new Noct so....





    Regards

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    Mike - love the tones and the mood in the first shot. Composition and framing on the second shot is also great! Way to work that 90mm ;-)

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    I was invited to visit a friend of mine at her boyfriends house ( also a friend, how convenient) and I dragged my camera with me because I felt like using the 135mm leitz Canada Elmarit as I like the shots it takes IF they work, its a beast to use and finicky as all get out, but when it works it WORKS!

    My youngest playing with chalk

    shot at f2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffnesh View Post
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    Matt - I really like the grain elevators, especially the b&w rendering...
    Thanks, Jeff
    Jeff: Thanks!

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    Matt - love the light and the colors but also not sure about the sign in the center - I would try cropping with the sign more to the left of the frame. It does create some tension in the composition though - maybe that's a good thing as Mike said ;-)
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    I was invited to visit a friend of mine at her boyfriends house ( also a friend, how convenient) and I dragged my camera with me because I felt like using the 135mm leitz Canada Elmarit as I like the shots it takes IF they work, its a beast to use and finicky as all get out, but when it works it WORKS!
    My youngest playing with chalk
    shot at f2.8
    Robert: Works here. Nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post




    I was invited to visit a friend of mine at her boyfriends house ( also a friend, how convenient) and I dragged my camera with me because I felt like using the 135mm leitz Canada Elmarit as I like the shots it takes IF they work, its a beast to use and finicky as all get out, but when it works it WORKS!

    My youngest playing with chalk

    shot at f2.8
    Very cool shot Dude - really like the angle & framing.

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    Matt: Your Palouse shots just keep getting better! Really dig the sign and the silos!
    The street portrait is excellent as well.

    Here are a couple from the wedding I went to today, all 50 lux (I shared others in the Nikkor 105mm thread I just started) the redhead is my girlfriend, hence the many shots of her.



    All wide open, except the car shot at f/4.0
    Daniel: Thanks!
    Looks like an interesting wedding! I esp. like the shots of your girlfriend. Excellent grab shots. Won't ask about the finger on the nostril.

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    Palouse. 35mm f/2 (non-6 bit) with the lens setting on auto.

    M9-P; 1/4000s; -3 EV; ISO 160


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Palouse. 35mm f/2 (non-6 bit) with the lens setting on auto.

    M9-P; 1/4000s; -3 EV; ISO 160


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    Wow - super shot Matt - one of your best Palouse photos imo

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