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    Hi All
    Thanks for the wonderful comments and the chance to share from this side of town
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    My M8.2 is going to Solms for servicing for coffee ring stain and thus will be shooting with my M2 and Hassy instead

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    Matt, it looks like you are out night walking! . . . . . can't seam to put the 50/0.95 down! (not that I blame you)


    Love both the swirly and soft bokeh, color and detail in the first shot which is my favorite of the two!

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    Ship & Roses ~ Seattle Waterfront Park



    M9 with Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH

    ...........

    Kreielsheimer North Meadow at Olympic Sculpture Park ~ Seattle Waterfront



    and



    M9 with APO Summicron-M 75mm f2 ASPH


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    One from today with a disappointing sky. 18mm Distagon.
    Last edited by thrice; 19th March 2012 at 17:47.

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    Been on the road again all of last week. Plenty of catching up to do. Great shots all!
    I'm too far behind to comment but some great shots all around from the our regulars: Lloyd, Ash, Dan, Shiro, Matt, Mohammed, Charles, Jono, and welcome back Elanor! Apologies if I missed some of you.

    Ash, congrats on your show!

    Thanks Matt, Michael (DoubleNegative), Jono, Dan, Ash, Lloyd, Mohammed, Charles, Steve for the kind words a few pages back

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Joe: You must be sitting on the floor. Did you put a cup out? Great angle and pp. These remind me a bit of some of Sean Reid's photos. I keep coming back to this one. I like the complex way dynamic balance is achieved. Great pp on all. And, thanks.
    Actually, I found a restaurant table with the perfect height, so I ordered some Maryland crab cake, had the camera propped on the table with the LCD screen off and fired away

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    As others have commented your travel shots at the airports are fantastic. The photograph of the wing from the seat is, for me, a work of art!

    Were you using NIK Silver Efex Pro, HDR, or other software for the post processing?
    Thanks once again Dan! Am making the most of opportunity to use the camera when on the road (air?). I used Nik SEP2 with the "structure" bumped up and some dodge and burn. No HDR.

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Steve & Joe,
    I am going to be back in the Boston area over the next couple of weeks visiting my daughter and newly arrived granddaughter. If you get a walkabout planned let me know and I will see if I can break free and join you for a couple of hours.
    I'll be in town except for the coming July 4th weekend, so let me know, it will be great to hang out with both of you!!

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    Some pics on the way out for work last week. Thanks for looking

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    28Cron, Reagan National on Friday, can't wait to fly home to the family!


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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post

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    Like this one especially
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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Ship & Roses ~ Seattle Waterfront Park



    M9 with Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH

    ...........

    Kreielsheimer North Meadow at Olympic Sculpture Park ~ Seattle Waterfront



    and



    M9 with APO Summicron-M 75mm f2 ASPH

    Dan, Smashing Color & Comps! Some "Heavy Artillery" Your Shooting With!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    One from today with a disappointing sky. 18mm Distagon.
    Daniel, One Could Hop, Skip & Jump Right Into This Idyllic Scene. Beautiful Shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    David the gourds were nice but 'The Island of Symi' was outstanding! Love the detail, the colors, browns, yellows and the shades of blue! What a beautiful spot you must of felt like you were in heaven.
    Yes Symi was amazing, I was told it was beautiful and photogenic (and hot), but I was still taken aback by it. Actually very hard to come away from there without a good shot or two! Well worth taking the boat trip from Rhodes if you ever get the chance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post

    Thanks Matt, Michael (DoubleNegative), Jono, Dan, Ash, Lloyd, Mohammed, Charles, Steve for the kind words a few pages back


    Actually, I found a restaurant table with the perfect height, so I ordered some Maryland crab cake, had the camera propped on the table with the LCD screen off and fired away




    I'll be in town except for the coming July 4th weekend, so let me know, it will be great to hang out with both of you!!

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    Some pics on the way out for work last week. Thanks for looking

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    35Lux ASPH @ the Pulitzer Prize photo exhibit, Newseum Washington DC



    28Cron, Reagan National on Friday, can't wait to fly home to the family!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    A couple more from Rhodes. These are gourds (I think) being painted for hanging decorations.





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    The island of Symi.

    Vibrant, stunning color & comps David!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    [CENTER][FONT="Georgia"][SIZE="3"]Mike & Steve, thank you for your kind words, they are always appreciated!

    'Love & Loss' Sculpture at Olympic Sculpture Park ~ Seattle Waterfront Park



    M9 with Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH

    .......
    Love the Entrance,Contrast & Moody Feel Dan!

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    Thanks Steve.

    This time it is the village of Lindos at Sunset, sorry for the central composition, I should have done better but the light was very transitory and didn't want to miss it having just run up to the top of the hill as the sun was setting behind the hills.

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    Great Shot Of The Famous, World Renowned Photographer & Close Friend To Us All! Wish I Could Get To The Left Coast To See The Show!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    For Dan:

    M9; 50mm f/1.0; 1/4000s @ f/2.4 (no ND filter); -2/3 EV; ISO 80


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    SF006 by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    M9 & 35mm Cron
    Dynamic Shot All Around Mohammed!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Last night.

    1. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/12s @ f/.95; ISO 1000


    2. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/30s @ f/.95; ISO 200


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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    One from today with a disappointing sky. 18mm Distagon.
    Not too disappointing result though, what filters were you using?

    This is taken on Rhodes at Kritinia Castle overlooking the Aegian.

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    Whew! been traveling again...this time to Colorado..I'll catch up more later but for the time being thanks to Dan, Ashwin and Mark for your comments about my Arctic shots. Believe me, I was the only person on our national geographic ship that was using a Leica!!! Even took it on our kayak hoping it wouldn't get too splashed!! eleanor

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    Daniel the simplicity of the sky goes well with the lower part of this image...I like! Eleanor

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    One from today with a disappointing sky. 18mm Distagon.

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    Another thank you to Mike and MAIKHAMIS for you kind words on my Arctic Ocean shots...I hope I haven't left anyone out! This forum is veerrry busy!! I travel for a couple of days and check in and it's full of new images!! Eleanor

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Daniel, One Could Hop, Skip & Jump Right Into This Idyllic Scene. Beautiful Shot!
    Thanks Steve I am quite happy with the composition, I will have to return when tides are higher and skies are prettier!

    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Not too disappointing result though, what filters were you using?

    This is taken on Rhodes at Kritinia Castle overlooking the Aegian.

    I had a soft 2-stop Singh-Ray grad ND and a B+W Kaesemann linear polariser. Still wasn't quite enough to control the sky so I bracketed -1 stop for the sky. I have a 3 stop ND but I wasn't expecting to shoot this scene digital (I use bigger filters on my 4x5) but this was the backup. I used the 2-stop and the polariser for general scenes throughout the day (work).

    Lovely location and composition for the shot at Kritinia Castle, beautiful blue ocean.

    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Daniel the simplicity of the sky goes well with the lower part of this image...I like! Eleanor
    Thanks Eleanor

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    Been away from this thread for a while doing my MF thing, but I see the quality hasn't faltered a bit. Great stuff from all you regulars!

    I rush to the M9 when there's lightning because it's so easy to do long manual exposures.


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    Dan, Matt, Steve, Thank you so much for the kind words and notes, so glad that you liked them.

    Matt, the first shot of the flower from last night set, is really dreamy, lovely exposure!

    Dan, the ship and Roses set, is so refreshing maybe better than my depressing B&W mood

    Daniel, excellent well exposed landscape, good job !

    Joe, i always enjoy the stories of your airport shots, please keep on posting, excellent work !!

    Bell, nice exposure and good job for capturing the lighting !
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Dan, Smashing Color & Comps! Some "Heavy Artillery" Your Shooting With!
    Indeed, nr. 2 my favorate +1 :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Thanks Steve.
    This time it is the village of Lindos at Sunset, sorry for the central composition, I should have done better but the light was very transitory and didn't want to miss it having just run up to the top of the hill as the sun was setting behind the hills.
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    Beautiful capture of the sunset light!


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    Indeed! my favorite one: no 1 kids in front of the Capitol.

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    I rush to the M9 when there's lightning because it's so easy to do long manual exposures.
    I always fancy lightningshots, probably also because I never succeeded in making my own!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Not too disappointing result though, what filters were you using?

    This is taken on Rhodes at Kritinia Castle overlooking the Aegian.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Been away from this thread for a while doing my MF thing, but I see the quality hasn't faltered a bit. Great stuff from all you regulars!

    I rush to the M9 when there's lightning because it's so easy to do long manual exposures.

    Gentlemen...

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    Just started going through the images from last week's break in Wroclaw, Poland. Here are a few to kick off with, M8 and either 35 or 50 'cron:











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    Mike, Always Great Street Work! # 1 Is Fantastic!

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    Mike, Always Great Street Work! # 1 Is Fantastic!
    +1!

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    Wow! Go away for a few days and this thread gets away from you! I'm impossibly behind. Amazing work everyone. I'm in awe... seriously. Keep 'em coming!

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    First post here - hope this works ;-)

    M8.2 Zeiss 25mm f2.8 Biogon - Santa Monica beach at sunset.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Just started going through the images from last week's break in Wroclaw, Poland. Here are a few to kick off with, M8 and either 35 or 50 'cron:



    Regards

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    Mike, Always Great Street Work! # 1 Is Fantastic!
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    +++3! Wonderful series Mike! My favorite is the second shot, two dog lovers finding out what they have in common, at least that is how I see it!

    . . . . . or you might say, they see things pretty much black and white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Been away from this thread for a while doing my MF thing, but I see the quality hasn't faltered a bit. Great stuff from all you regulars!

    I rush to the M9 when there's lightning because it's so easy to do long manual exposures.

    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post

    Bill, nice exposure and good job for capturing the lighting !
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron (Netherlands) View Post
    I always fancy lightningshots, probably also because I never succeeded in making my own!
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    Gentlemen...

    ++++4! Fantastic capture Bill!

    What lens did you use with the M9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    This is taken on Rhodes at Kritinia Castle overlooking the Aegian.

    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Lovely location and composition for the shot at Kritinia Castle, beautiful blue ocean.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Gentlemen...

    +++3! Once again another beautiful capture, love the natural earth colors and the deep blue sea! What lens did you use David?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Joe, a fantastic shot! Outstanding first post to the thread . . . . .

    Welcome!
    Big plus 1. Great first post... that would be a great 1000th post!! Wonderful control of the light! Welcome to the forum Joe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Joe, a fantastic shot! Outstanding first post to the thread . . . . .

    Welcome!
    Thank you Dan - much appreciated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Big plus 1. Great first post... that would be a great 1000th post!! Wonderful control of the light! Welcome to the forum Joe.
    Thank you Lloyd - also new to Leica so still learning this camera but so far, I am very impressed with it!
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    Matt, Excellent set! I do like how you work your magic with 50 Nocti Nice shot of Ashwin!!
    Mohammed, Great shot and PP'ing!
    Dan, beautiful flower shots with the 50 Lux!
    Daniel, I really like shot with the 18mm. Very nice lighting
    David, beautiful shots! I particularly like the one taken at Rhodes
    Bill, nice capture with lightning.
    Joe, excellent set of shots!!
    Mike, very nice street captures
    Mountainjoe, beautiful capture on the beach!!
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    Wow, one day away, and so many more images...Thanks, Matt, for getting the profile shot...I look...um..confused...probably by the Leica M5 that I was looking at when I made that expression....

    Thanks to everyone for their kind words.... more comments to come...
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    Bill, Amazing lighting cap...great idea about time lapsing a lightning storm...

    Braeside, great capture of the seaside view...

    Mike W..., thanks for sharing your usual magic...The pit bul capture is pure brilliance.

    MountainJoe, great beach capture...Did you use a GND filter?

    Eleanor, way to brave the kayak trip with Leica in Hand

    Matt, great new Noctilicious shots...

    Mohammad, love the processing that you are employing the get that hyper real look...lovely lovely images...

    Matt, love the "And" capture at the sculpture gardens.

    Dan, I see you and Matt frequent similar vistas...lovely running woman & Space Neele capture. Also love the flower caps...Discovery Park?

    Joe, you are up to your usual brilliance. All compositions are amazing, especially the kids at the Capitol Hill!!!


    MagicFM< love the captures from far away...

    Michael H, great festival caps..

    Jono
    , nice capture of the hiding Canon guy..That tickled me....

    Robert, great images of your daughters. It's been great PM'ing with you on Flickr...


    Charles, your portraits from Thailand are just out of this world...the toning, light, colors...WOW

    Lloyd, great capture of your father holding your grandkids! Lovely, emotive, an image to be cherished.

    And a special thanks to Steve for all of your comments. YOU DA MAN!

    Actually, come to think of if, everyone here ROCKS. Great work to you all!!!
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    Here are a few oldies but goodies...writing an article for Steve Huff based on this series...your comments and criticism are greatly appreciated...

    Presenting..."The Theyyams of India"

    And it begins...


    Preparation


    First Steps...


    Solitude...


    The devil is in....


    Posession...


    Whirling Dervish...


    The Advice That Follows...






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    A couple more, for fun...



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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Mike, Always Great Street Work! # 1 Is Fantastic!
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    +1!
    Thanks Guys

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    First post here - hope this works ;-)

    M8.2 Zeiss 25mm f2.8 Biogon - Santa Monica beach at sunset.



    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    +++3! Wonderful series Mike! My favorite is the second shot, two dog lovers finding out what they have in common, at least that is how I see it!

    . . . . . or you might say, they see things pretty much black and white.
    Thank you Dan.

    Charles and Ash, thank you

    Ash, another lovely set with great splashes of colour. Looking forward to your article for Steve....one of my daily reads

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    First post here - hope this works ;-)

    M8.2 Zeiss 25mm f2.8 Biogon - Santa Monica beach
    Hey Joe,

    The richness of the fg on this shot works very well. Good stuff!
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    Ive been busy myself lately, rehab McGee, but Imanaged to enjoy our beautiful summer skies




    where I work , this is from the parking lot!

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    Thanks for the comments all!

    Dan - great flower series! The first one especially has excellent colors

    Dan II - the 18 Distagon shot is excellent. You definitely made the most out of it

    Joe - Great DC series. My favorite is from Reagan

    Bill - Great capture of the lightning strike. I too find it very easy to do long exposures with the M9 when at infinity. Focusing closer at night with long exposures is another thing

    Mike - great set from Poland. My favorite is definitely the of the father/son looking at eachother. Great capture!

    Ashwin - excellent series from India! I like the slower speeds capturing the movements. Funny how when I first started shooting I was so dead set on getting everything 100% sharp and perfect. Obviously now it is more about the shot that is captured and I love the slightly out of focus, movement shots.

    Some recent shots......

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    A few more.....

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    Here are a few oldies but goodies...writing an article for Steve Huff based on this series...your comments and criticism are greatly appreciated...

    Presenting..."The Theyyams of India"





    Very interesting series, Ashwin. I really like the somewhat dark processing. I think I would have been tempted to brighten everything up, and that would be wrong. I particularly like the last two of the "Advice" series. The look on the young woman's face in the first above is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Ive been busy myself lately, rehab McGee, but Imanaged to enjoy our beautiful summer skies


    where I work , this is from the parking lot!
    Very nice, Robert.

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    More Savannah magic, Ryan. Great all around, but these in particular stand out for me. Good stuff!!

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    Over the back fence and into the garden with the M8 and Zeiss 85/4 Tele-Tessar ZM:

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