Leica M9 - 24mm Summilux-M ASPH.
Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
M (Typ240), Lux 24mm ASPH, Lux 35mm FLE, Cron APO 75mm ASPH, 60mm Macro-Elmarit-R, 80-200mm Vario-Elmar-R. Sony a7S
Robert: Love the sunset. You get the cold, but beautiful country for your trouble. Thanks for sharing.
Mike: "Slow Day" is a crack up! Great catch.
Mohammed: That shot is magical! Looks almost CG. Really wonderful
Here's some more images from my California trip.
Top to bottom, terrific stuff!
Here's one more.
Super shots Wozza - like them all
A few recent shots on my trip to Maui
Went whale watching on a very cool catamaran - I only had my M9 with me and the longest lens I had was the 90mm Elmarit - tried to make the best use of it ;-)
Humpback breaching - a bit blurry but only had a second to catch this!
One of the crew (in white):
The obligatory palm tree shot
And lastly, sunset behind the Buddha
Great shots Joe! Especially love the whale jumping, great timing there!
Cheers everyone to the New Year!
Mohammed, Brilliant Vision,Framing & Processing!
Joe, Love The Abstracts,Whale & Entire Set! Nice Trip!
Yamas, When You Can Taste A Beer From A Photograph, You Know Your Good! Great Shot! Happy New Year!
Wozz, Killer Set!
Joe, those shots look nice! I like the Buddha one esp
I need to go somewhere so i dont just take pics of my kids!
Today, M8/50 'lux:
Dude, Wozza, Mountain, Mike, Yammas, Mohammed, wonderful stuff on Page 77 so far!!
Here's a couple I was experimenting with using the WATE
First one is a 16mm shot, then I did a Pano, turning it portrait and snapping five shots then stitching later
Thoughts welcome, excuse the terrible light....
16mm WATE - 5 shots stitched
Wozza: Love the moody fog shot>
Joe: Get set... very nice crew!
Mike: Do you ever miss? So nice!
Rob: Love 'em. Great idea. A little pin cushioned, but still a great result.
Yamas: I second Joe's comment.
A B&W from my Maui trip - this is my Zen Roshi and one of his students.
M9 + 50mm lux processed in SEP2.
Rob, Joe and Lloyd - thanks guys, much appreciated.
Lloyd, yes I miss loads unfortunately but I guess that's the nature of the genre really. Fortunately, the odd keeper makes it all worthwhile. I nearly choked on my coffee when I checked my M8 shutter count recently, and realised what I've put on it over the past 6 months
Nice shots Wozza and Joe. Thanks Joe, Steve and Mike. The japanese food I ate with the Kirin was great. Here's one from this afternoon. The subject was very cooperative! Ala Moana Beach. 28 Chron 1/12 sec., f2.4 ISO 160
Beautiful scene Yamas!
Here's a couple of 50mm summilux shots of my GF, poor woman always has a camera pointed at her
Great shot, C!
Some shots from last Sunday with fellow SLUG, Kay and my 13 year old nephew.
No Pants Light Rail Ride Seattle 2012
M9/35 AA/24 Elmarit ASPH/28 Cron ASPH
This is the new Republican Party..
Nice one Mohammed, also really nice street shot from Mike, and of course all the ladies...
My Photos: 500px
Great shots, everybody. Once again I have to apologize for my absense from the forums. I have been busy trying out the Zeiss ZM 85 mm f/2 Sonnar, a new lens in the stable....and a dandy of a portrait lens, if I must say so....It does wonders for portait, and is a nice medium telephoto character lens, and a fine counter point to the APO cron, which is better corrected...it seems to have a bit of an issue with purple fringing, but otherwise is stellar in its unique rendering of focus and out of focus and has a lovely focussing transition and fall off....it would pair well with the Zeiss Sonnar C 50 and Leica Summilux 35 mm f/1.4 ASPH (non FLE) in terms of character.
Joe, Ceh, Ashwin
Excellent variety and quality from you guys.
Here's a shot from the "Sunken City" in Los Angeles, it was nice and foggy which added nicely to the mood.
Taken with the M9 + Voigtlander 21mm f/4 color skopar
Wow! That's a winner!
Steve (x2), nowherean, thanks guys.
CEH, love the snow/tree shot.
Ash, great portraits.
Ed, interesting fun in Seattle!
Wozza, beautiful, moody black and white.
Both of these are wonderful Rayyan. Love the color and texture of the first, and the human reality of the second.