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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Mostly the Zeiss 18mm Distagon, but I also used the small 28mm Elmarit ASPH quite a lot. The harbour shot was taken with a CV 35 Skopar Classic.

    I carried the 50 Cron and CV 75 Heliar but used them only a couple of times on the trip.

    Mono conversion was done in Aperture, quite a lot of orange filtering to give the effect I wanted. The colour shot was also adjusted a bit in Aperture to make it slightly more monochromatic, again to get the effect I desired rather than be entirely accurate.

    Thanks for all the nice comments, much appreciated. I'm always a bit nervous about posting my shots and I know I should also comment on the work of others in this thread, but often am totally in awe of the art here and am not able to add much besides wow! It does inspire me to try harder, many thanks.
    Thanks for posting the lens info. Very interesting.

    I can certainly understand being in awe of the talent here. But I can see no reason you should be... your work is outstanding. However, I would encourage you to comment on other people's images. We have a couple of people who "post and run", rarely, or even never commenting other people's postings, and I know that there are a few people (and honestly, I have to count myself in that group) who find that it a bit one-sided. I know most of us appreciate acknowledgment, and a quid pro quo seems appropriate.
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    My fully healthy 7 year old daughter playing a game of chess with my 71 year old dad


    Happy fathers day
    Love these, Robert.

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    By The Sculpture by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    M9 & 35mm Cron again and again !
    Pretty interesting sculpture. Nice b/w conversion.

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    Matt, mAlKhamis, Jono, Joe, Ashwin and Joe, thanks so much for the kind words!!
    MAlKhamis, Great shot! Love the man with drum.
    Jono, very nice impromptu portrait. Also I really like the poppy shot, but fav from the set was #2. Also very nice B&W shots of bracken ferns.
    Michael, love the shot of the bathtub, excellent lighting. Nice set from the Coney Island Mermaid Parade!
    Daniel, great to see you with the M9 Really nice set. I like the architectural shots.
    Dan, very nice set of the Lily pad.
    Joe, great captures!!
    Robert, glad your daughter is well now. Very nice shots!!
    Matt, love the colours in your new shot!! Stunning flower set
    Ashwin, thanks again for all your comments! Great set from the Solstice festival!!! Terrific composition and PP'ing
    David, Superb set from your recent trip to Rhodes Island. Love the B&W conversions too.
    Lloyd, excellent portrait of your father
    If I have missed anyone, I do apologize!!!

    Shots from Bangkok. With the M9, with the 50 Lux Asph











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    Some really terrific portraits Charles. I always look forward to your images.

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    Matt, thank you so much friend, glad you liked it, cheers!

    Michael, love the you Festival set, really enjoyed it, cheers!

    Lloyd, what a lovely warm shot, great capture !! cheers!

    Charles, Another set of lovely expressive portraits, well done !
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    The Classic Sweet Heart by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    M9 & 35 cron
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    My second oldest.

    M8, 90 Elmarit @ f2.8:


    Last edited by Lloyd; 20th June 2011 at 21:22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post
    The Classic Sweet Heart by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    M9 & 35 cron
    No that's American Heavy Metal!! Love that shot! Beautifully processed.

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    Lloyd and mAlKhamis, thanks
    mAlKhamis, very nice take on a Classic! Excellent PP'ing too.
    Lloyd, excellent portraits of your eldest!! I really like the rendering with the 90 Elmarit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Some monochrome shots from our recent trip to Rhodes.

    The first 3 are taken at the spa at Kalithea in Rhodes, which we last visited 20 years ago. Nice to see it restored to something like it used to be when it was built.



    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    A Symi afternoon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Mostly the Zeiss 18mm Distagon, but I also used the small 28mm Elmarit ASPH quite a lot. The harbour shot was taken with a CV 35 Skopar Classic.

    I carried the 50 Cron and CV 75 Heliar but used them only a couple of times on the trip.

    Mono conversion was done in Aperture, quite a lot of orange filtering to give the effect I wanted. The colour shot was also adjusted a bit in Aperture to make it slightly more monochromatic, again to get the effect I desired rather than be entirely accurate.

    Thanks for all the nice comments, much appreciated. I'm always a bit nervous about posting my shots and I know I should also comment on the work of others in this thread, but often am totally in awe of the art here and am not able to add much besides wow! It does inspire me to try harder, many thanks.

    David let me join in with the several people who already commented.
    Your photos are beautiful!

    Outstanding series and hope you continue to contribute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Lloyd and mAlKhamis, thanks
    mAlKhamis, very nice take on a Classic! Excellent PP'ing too.
    Lloyd, excellent portraits of your eldest!! I really like the rendering with the 90 Elmarit.
    Thanks Charles. I love that lens as well. I actually prefer it to the 90 Cron. (BTW, he thinks he's the eldest, but his older brother has a different idea. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    My fully healthy 7 year old daughter playing a game of chess with my 71 year old dad


    Happy fathers day


    Robert it looked like it was a great father's day for both you and your dad!

    . . . . . it was nice to see that your daughter was taking it easy on your dad.

    Great shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post

    By The Sculpture by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    M9 & 35mm Cron again and again !
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Mohammad: Nice capture and pp of the sculpture and the man.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Pretty interesting sculpture. Nice b/w conversion.

    +++3! Lovely Shot Mohammad, light, contrast and vignette work well in this photograph!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    From the 2011 Coney Island Mermaid Parade... (All 100 shots)

    Shot with the M9 and 1,1/50 Nokton. Wanna learn to speed focus? Shoot a parade at f/4! (though my goal was closer to f/1.7)

    Michael, lovely shots, number 4 was my favorite, love the pinks and the blues!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My 85 year-old-father meets five-day-old twins, Ashton and Pearce, his newest great-grandons.

    M8, 50 Cron, ISO 640:
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My second oldest.

    M8, 90 Elmarit @ f2.8:
    Lloyd, fantastic photographs of Great Grandsons/Grandson/Son, Great Grandfather/Grandfather, and Father/Son. With the proud Grandfather/Father/Son taking the photographs!

    Congratulations! It looks like you had a wonderful father's day celebration!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post

    The Classic Sweet Heart by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    M9 & 35 cron
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    No that's American Heavy Metal!! Love that shot! Beautifully processed.
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Lloyd and mAlKhamis, thanks
    mAlKhamis, very nice take on a Classic! Excellent PP'ing too.
    Lloyd, excellent portraits of your eldest!! I really like the rendering with the 90 Elmarit.
    +++3!

    Mohammad, a beautiful shot of the 1964 Chevy Impala! Love the dark sky, white clouds, palm trees, and the reflective shine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    But I can see no reason you should be... your work is outstanding. However, I would encourage you to comment on other people's images. We have a couple of people who "post and run", rarely, or even never commenting other people's postings, and I know that there are a few people (and honestly, I have to count myself in that group) who find that it a bit one-sided. I know most of us appreciate acknowledgment, and a quid pro quo seems appropriate.
    Lloyd you are exactly right , it is very rude of me to do such a thing and I resolve to participate more fully in future. {I'm basically lazy}

    Of course we don't want to get into an endless loop of self congratulation, but every photographer that submits here should expect to get some acknowledgement of their efforts - Don't we all want that?

    For me, when I post a photo, it is to gauge if it resonates with anyone else or not. Its always good to get some critical feedback from your peers than just the usual "very nice dear" when you show your latest "masterpiece" to your spouse.

    Once again thanks to all that have commented on my photos, and I will now go and prepare my comments on other's photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My second oldest.

    M8, 90 Elmarit @ f2.8:



    Lloyd there is no doubt he is your son! A very strong resemblance to your own photo in the sidebar. I like the tint, it worked well.

    Have never tried a lens longer than the 75mm on my M8. I may investigate that 90 elmarit someday.
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    Charles, if I was to single one out it would be this one as my favourite. You obviously get on well with people to get such nice portraits.
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    Here it's been grey and dreek, so I took the 75 'cron and took a few snaps of the bracken at f2 (I always love the bracken heads)


    Jono, sorry to hear about the weather, we call it dreich in Scotland - "A combination of dull, overcast, drizzly, cold, misty and miserable weather".

    There's always something to photograph though and you proved it.
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    M8 50 Summilux 1.4 Pre Asph.

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    M8 18mm Super Elmar

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    Wonderful image Loyd ....

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    Lloyd, yes the second eldest Yes the 90 Cron AA, is a definite favourite with portraits.
    Dan and David, thanks
    Shiro, awesome shots! From stunning to shock value

    Some more shots from Bangkok
    50 Lux at a Buddhist monastry





    Wat Saket temple





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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Lloyd, fantastic photographs of Great Grandsons/Grandson/Son, Great Grandfather/Grandfather, and Father/Son. With the proud Grandfather/Father/Son taking the photographs!

    Congratulations! It looks like you had a wonderful father's day celebration!
    Thank you Dan. It was a very nice day.

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    Lloyd there is no doubt he is your son! A very strong resemblance to your own photo in the sidebar. I like the tint, it worked well.

    Have never tried a lens longer than the 75mm on my M8. I may investigate that 90 elmarit someday.
    Much appreciated David. Most people do think he looks a lot like me, especially when I was younger.

    I do think you would enjoy a 90. I've owned 5 of them, and still have 2, the 90 Elmarit (which is my favorite, even over the 90 Cron), and the CV 90 APO Lanthar, which I think is much underestimated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post


    M8 50 Summilux 1.4 Pre Asph.
    Beautiful b/w, equally beautiful subject. Really like the water creature shot as well. Great stuff.

    And thanks for the comment on the shot of my father and the twins. Very much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post

    Some more shots from Bangkok
    50 Lux at a Buddhist monastry
    More nice one, Charles. That first shot, the monk with the dogs is especially good.

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    M8 18mm Super Elmar
    Would love to know more about the story behind this image. Who is it? Was it for a pro shoot? Super stuff
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    The Classic Sweet Heart by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    M9 & 35 cron
    Great stuff, my kind of shot (kind of 35mm cron addict): Q: Red filter?
    Leica: IIa sync conversion, M6 TTL Millenium, Fuji X-E1;
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    M8 18mm Super Elmar
    Until now, the absolute nr. 1 for me on this thread! Perfect framing, lovely contrasts, great tones, excellent use of light ....and what a sharpness!
    Leica: IIa sync conversion, M6 TTL Millenium, Fuji X-E1;
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    Michael: The "Coney Island Mermaid Parade"? Cool! Nice set. Perversely enough, my favorite is the bare back and the orange umbrella.
    Lloyd: Excellent portrait. The stronger contrast, color, and light are great. Caught a "thoughtful' look.
    Lloyd: +1 for Post #151.
    Charles: Thank you, sir!
    Charles: Those are stunning portraits! All of them. The last shot of the three monks is a great composition. Do you just go up and ask to take their picture?
    Mohammad: Nice ride!
    Lloyd: Good photos of your "kid". Great framing and tone. (I'm keeping my eyes open for a good copy of that lens; of course, it's one that i had and sold!)
    Shiro: Brilliant!

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    Lloyd, yes the second eldest Yes the 90 Cron AA, is a definite favourite with portraits.
    Dan and David, thanks
    Shiro, awesome shots! From stunning to shock value

    Some more shots from Bangkok
    50 Lux at a Buddhist monastry



    Wat Saket temple
    Charles: Nice set! This one IMHO is a classic! Character, humor, color, composition.

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    Three of my neighbors.

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/750s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


    2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1000s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


    3. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/3.4; ISO 160


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    Matt, thanks Very nice set! Fav is #1.
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    Matt, thanks Very nice set! Fav is #1.
    Charles: Thank you! I think #1 was at the Munster's house?

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    ANOTHER BMW in the work parking lot , this time a demonic K1300 , what a cool machine

    M8 rigid cron 50 at f2.8



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    OK here is an interesting story ( for me anyway)

    I found the ornithology find of my life, in addition to the herons around the riverbend, i found their roosting place, I saw 21 here, but my camera couldnt get them all into the shot

    I had to adjust the colour and lighting a tad as by now it was getting dark , how dark? look atthe next 2 shots.........

    best viewed full size, as I took this with a 135 mm lens on a cropped sensor, so basically a 180/2.8 , luckily I was using a tripod!


    full sized is here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/rivervi...n/photostream/



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    here are the next 2 shots :


    If I am spamming the forum let me know, i was quite excited to get these:





    and a shot at 9:23 pm on the longest day of the year it is almost totally dark, but I had thought ahead and brought my flash with me, at full power and zoom it said it could shoot 188 feet , so I thought, WTH, lets see if it can! I set the M8 to ISO 2500 ( it has terrible noise there unfortunately) and took a few shots, and I was JUST out of reach, so I popped my homemade *snoot* on it and edged as close as i dared to the waters edge




    full sized is here f2.8 ISO 2500 ( not the M8s forte I know)


    here is a link to the full sized one http://www.flickr.com/photos/rivervi...n/photostream/



    bye for now
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    Lloyd, Chales, Dan, Ron, Matt, Thank you so much for the kind words, glad you like it.

    Ron, i didn't use IR filter, only Leica Polarizer filter, and PS CS5 channel mixer, and few adjustment layers However the light that day was perfect in SF and it helped A lot in my PP !!

    Lloyd, the second shot of your son, is rocking, amazing light, expression, and mood, well done !!

    Shiro, Just STUNNING mastery work, well done, really excellent !! cheers!!

    Charles, i'm really enjoying your Monks set, specially the second shot with old and young monks, great work, please keep on posting !! cheers!

    Matt, I love the artist work of the first, colors and composition wise, well done !!

    Robert, nice shot for the sun set skies!
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    Mohammad: Thanks!
    Robert: i really like your first ornithological shot. Nice bike photo, too.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Mohammad: Thanks
    Robert: Nice set of shots!
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    Thanks Loyd ,Braesid, Ron ,mAlKhamis and others for your comments .... it's nice getting compliments from you guys as I admire much of the work that is done here by all of you ,it's much appreciated and encouraging .....

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    Thanks from me too! I did a comparison of my M8 and 135 vs the KX and super takumar 200/4 , needless to say, my KX is now my rainy day camera even though the reach of the lens was better, the Image quality was definitely worse


    Thanks again all!

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    Thanks, Charles and Dan!

    @Charles; love the Bangkok portraits! So much character.

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    Charles - excellent portraits as always

    Mohammad - Great pic of the car. Perfect composition. Great pp as well

    Lloyd - congratulations on the new additions to the family! The 90 Elmarit-M shots of the son is excellent! Makes me want to take mine out when I get home

    ShiroKuro - both shots on this page are absolutely amazing. My favorite of the two though is the first with the woman putting on make-up...what a look with that 50 Lux.

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    Frank, a beautiful series, love the centered color in the first shot with the use of the vignette, very pleasing to my eye. Just love the color, detail and focus at the far end of the shot with the soft blur leading to the artist and the wall! . . . . . and on the third I love the how the colors in the shot and sharp details of the calligraphy are in contrast to black garb of the man with the gray hair and wrinkled hands! All three are wonderful captures.
    Thank you very much, Dan!



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    Oh Charles - that is a great picture! I love it.

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    Michael, Ryan and Frank: Thanks for the kind words
    Frank: Very nice set! Love the last shot
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