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    Over the back fence and into the garden with the M8 and Zeiss 85/4 ZM Sonnar:

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    Very nice, Roy. I especially like #3. Wonderful light.

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    Ryan, thank you. Really enjoyed the second series above, nighttime shots. The pano is lovely.

    Benroy, great colour, especially the first. Another lens I'll have to check out

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Dan, I see you and Matt frequent similar vistas...lovely running woman & Space Neele capture. Also love the flower caps...Discovery Park?
    Ashwin, the location is ~ Myrtle Edwards Park ~ Seattle Waterfront.

    FYI: ABOUT THE PARK
    Myrtle Edwards Park has a 1.25-mile winding bike and pedestrian paths along Elliott Bay, fantastic views of the Olympics Mountains, Mount Rainier, and Puget Sound, easy access from downtown and easy connection to bike paths to Magnolia.

    Olympic Sculpture Park
    The Olympic Sculpture Park, adjacent to Myrtle Edwards park, is a vibrant, 8.5-acre green space where people can experience art outdoors.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    Been on the road again all of last week. Plenty of catching up to do. Great shots all!

    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.


    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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    Joe love the series, the shot above of all the people sitting on the edge of a fountain certainly brought back a flashback of being in grammer school and making a trip to the Nation's Capitol during the summer time. At some point during the long hot day, you just want to sit down and rest.

    Great shot of Reagan National terminal! Love the detail and colors, just a fantastic shot.

    . . . . . and the shot of your child, a beautiful capture!

    Thanks for the response regarding the use of NIK software and do hope to catch up with you and Steve. I am on a Redeye tonight and will send out a email to you and steve regarding a good time to try and connect after the 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post





    Ashwin, look forward to the article at Steve Huff web site!

    Love the look on the man's face in the first shot above! . . . . . and recording the detail preparation of the men is fascinating. It should be a good read.

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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 at sunset.



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    Wow, that's a beauty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    +++3! Once again another beautiful capture, love the natural earth colors and the deep blue sea! What lens did you use David?
    Thanks Dan, this one was the small 28mm Elmarit M ASPH on the M8u.
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    A couple more from Poland:







    I must pay more attention to my positioning. Only noticed my reflection here after I'd finished editing


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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post

    MountainJoe, great beach capture...Did you use a GND filter?
    Thanks Ashwin - no GND as I didn't have one with me at the time ;-) I metered to just slightly clip the sun then used a GND in LR to tone down the sky and another to bring up the shadows in the fg. Good latitude in the M8 files so worked out pretty well

    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post

    Mountainjoe, beautiful capture on the beach!!
    Thanks Charles!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Thanks Guys

    Great opener Joe....more please!

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    Thanks Mike - here's another from that trip, only different and in B&W

    This is my niece graduating nursing college - my sister (her mom) is also a nurse and the hand reaching out to her is her grandmother (my mom) - also a nurse - that's three generations of nurses! My mom was overcome with emotion as was my niece. I was fortunate enough to capture this moment with the M8.2 and CV 35mm f1.2 (at f2.8 I think).


    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Fines View Post
    Hey Joe,

    The richness of the fg on this shot works very well. Good stuff!
    Thanks Steve! That's what I was going for - applied some tonal contrast to the shadows in the fg to bring out the texture and tones. I was hoping for more wave action but after standing there for some time and watching the light go, I went with the best I could get ;-)

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    Mike, that first one's a corker! Love the B&W pp - very nice.

    Cheers,
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    Thanks David - much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    A couple more from Poland:

    I must pay more attention to my positioning. Only noticed my reflection here after I'd finished editing


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    These are great, Mike (as were those in your earlier posting). Nice selfie too!!

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    Thanks, Mike, Ryan, Lloyd, and Dan...you all are gentleman. Lloyd, it was a challenge to resist over brightening the images..I was trying to keep the light true to what my eye and mind perceived, which included a tad of darkness.

    Ryan, your images are convincing me to make a photo trip to Savannah...what an amazing, mystical city...Along with New Orleans, it's gotta have some of the strongest character of a larger city in the south.

    Mike, amazing caps as usual. Love the reflected unintentional self portrait. Nicely done...

    MountainJoe, nice portrait of the smiling lady.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    This is my niece graduating nursing college - my sister (her mom) is also a nurse and the hand reaching out to her is her grandmother (my mom) - also a nurse - that's three generations of nurses! My mom was overcome with emotion as was my niece. I was fortunate enough to capture this moment with the M8.2 and CV 35mm f1.2 (at f2.8 I think).


    Cheers,
    Joe, this is why photography was invented. When you one day sit down to decide which among all the images you've taken are the most important, this one will be on the list of finalists. Perfect.
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    Ashwin, thanks so much for the kind words
    Ashwin, what a great series! I really forward to article at Steve Huff's site
    Ryan, excellent shots! My favourites are with the 35 Lux, with 28 Cron coming a close second
    Benroy, nice shots and lighting!
    Mike, excellent captures from Poland!!
    Mountainjoe, great moment captured. This shot has so much feeling attached to it!!
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    Pick your own title for this one

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    Walking the Dog! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    From the Streets of San Francisco, M9 & 35 cron
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    Charles and Ashwin, thank you so much, really glad that you liked it ! cheers!

    Mike, your Wroclaw set is awesome, specially the first shot, good job buddy!

    Ashwin, the Theyyams of India set, is really lovely, i enjoyed, beautiful stories, looking forward for more my friend !

    Ryan, lovely set with 50 cron, specially the first shot ! and man the 90 Elmarit set, is breath taking, specially the first two shots, well exposed and composed, well done !

    every one, i'm sorry if i missed your shot or comments, but let's say cheers! to the Leica M brotherhood
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    A couple more from Poland:






    I must pay more attention to my positioning. Only noticed my reflection here after I'd finished editing


    Regards

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    These 2 for me Mike, reflection & all! Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post



    Cheers,
    The outstretched hand,expression,emotion,processing...Magnificent Capture Joe!!!

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    Walking the Dog! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    From the Streets of San Francisco, M9 & 35 cron
    Mohammad, this has a surreal,dreamlike feel to it! Like the angle,shadows & processing! Way To Go!

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    [QUOTE=ashwinrao1;329571]

    Presenting..."The Theyyams of India"

    And it begins...


    Preparation



    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A couple more, for fun...



    You put us right there with you! Superb moments,color & comps Ash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    A few more.....

    90 Elmarit-M pano of 16 shots



























    Killer set Ryan!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Mohammad, this has a surreal,dreamlike feel to it! Like the angle,shadows & processing! Way To Go!
    Mohammad: + 1, what Steve stated, a really haunting picture with a distinctive signature. In line with your previously posted great captures!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Pick your own title for this one
    Don't know what I'd title that, but it's a great catch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post
    Walking the Dog! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    From the Streets of San Francisco, M9 & 35 cron
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Mohammad, this has a surreal,dreamlike feel to it! Like the angle,shadows & processing! Way To Go!
    Nice catch, Mohammad. And +1 on the processing.

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    Wow - really like this! The pp is very cool - surreal looking but not overdone.
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    Second that - well captured!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Mike, that first one's a corker! Love the B&W pp - very nice.

    Cheers,
    Thank you Joe.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    These are great, Mike (as were those in your earlier posting). Nice selfie too!!
    Cheers Lloyd, I'll try not to make a happy a habit of spoiling my own images in this way!

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post

    Mike, amazing caps as usual. Love the reflected unintentional self portrait. Nicely done...
    Thanks Ash.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Joe, this is why photography was invented. When you one day sit down to decide which among all the images you've taken are the most important, this one will be on the list of finalists. Perfect.
    Completely agree. Super image, and lovely emotion and processing.

    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Mike, excellent captures from Poland!!!
    Thanks Charles!

    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post

    Mike, your Wroclaw set is awesome, specially the first shot, good job buddy!
    Thank you so much!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    These 2 for me Mike, reflection & all! Excellent!
    Cheers Steve, always a great compliment coming from you.

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    Cheers,
    Joe, another terrific image.
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    we had about 3 minutes of nice sunlight the other night and I grabbed these 2 shots that I liked, Once again, its my kids, apologies , once I go on vacation I promise Ill take pics of other people!




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    Nothing to apologize about, Robert. Cute kids, gorgeous pictures.

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    Wanted to stop in and say hi and share a couple recent images of slot canyons. These were all taken with the M9 and 24mm lens. This was the most work I've done to date where I shot the M9 on a tripod 100% of the time.









    I've got more information on this shoot on by blog.


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    Gorgeous images, Don. I've seen a lot of images of the Antelope Canyons, and these rank right up among the best.

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    Gorgeous images, Don. I've seen a lot of images of the Antelope Canyons, and these rank right up among the best.
    Thanks Lloyd. I wasn't sure if I'd actually be able to use the M9 and get what I wanted. My biggest fear was focusing. I had a light-weight tripod and spent most of the time on my knees trying to find an area I could focus on. I shot the next day using my Cambo WRS/P65+ and had a much easier time of it. All in all I'd do it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Joe, this is why photography was invented. When you one day sit down to decide which among all the images you've taken are the most important, this one will be on the list of finalists. Perfect.
    Thanks Lloyd - I'm quite sure you are right about that

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    The outstretched hand,expression,emotion,processing...Magnificent Capture Joe!!!
    Thanks again Steve.

    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Joe, another terrific image.
    Thanks David.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post

    Completely agree. Super image, and lovely emotion and processing.

    Regards

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    Thanks Mike - very kind of you.

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    Mountainjoe, great moment captured. This shot has so much feeling attached to it!!
    Thanks Charles - definitely one for the family archives
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    Kids leaving the bus on the last day of school, they are a bit excited to be done until september . I cant recall if that kids clothes were magenta, or if its because of the IR problem with the M8.



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    Great photos everyone! Nice to see posts from familiar people in the new shorter thread.

    Here are a few from the NASCAR event in Sonoma. We went on the Friday before the actual race so we only got to see the practice runs and qualifying rounds. Got the chance to take a few photos with M9 with either the 90 'cron pre-ASPH or the 50 Noct 1.0. Here are a few shots:










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    Don, superb set of shots!! My favourite from this set is #3
    Mohammed, awesome shot! Great angle and PP'ing!
    Robert, Very nice shots of your daughter
    Kirio, cool shots from the Nascar in Sonoma!

    Shots of young Buddhist monks at the Wat Bovornnives Vihara temple with the 50 Lux Ashp and M9



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    mountainjoe - that shot is just awesome! What emotion....print it big!

    Robert (dude ) - great shots of your daughter. the first one has excellent lighting

    Don - excellent series from the canyons. my favorite is #3!

    Kirio - Great set from Sonoma. That is a race I have always wanted to go to. The first three pans are awesome....what was your keeper ratio? I assume those were with the 90 Cron?

    Charles - excellent shots of the monks....love your work from Bangkok!

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    Thanks all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Don - excellent series from the canyons. my favorite is #3!
    Thank you...
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    We're in the midst of "monsoon season" down here...early morning light is very subdued...all pics shot with Zeiss 85/4 Tele-Tessar ZM wide open...don't know how the very fine detail will render when downsized and jpegged, but here's a try.

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    Same story...very subdued lighting in the early AM...shot with the 135/2.8 Tele-Elmarit (one with the goggles) wide open...here again hoping that the very fine detail will still be rendered despite downsizing and jpegging.

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    Elmarit 135/2.8




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

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    dude163 (Robert): Beautiful sky/clouds...plane in the perfect spot...

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    The benefits of a great viewfinder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Wanted to stop in and say hi and share a couple recent images of slot canyons. These were all taken with the M9 and 24mm lens. This was the most work I've done to date where I shot the M9 on a tripod 100% of the time.
    Beautiful work Don. 1 and 3 for me, but they are all lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Shots of young Buddhist monks at the Wat Bovornnives Vihara temple with the 50 Lux Ashp and M9
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    More great portraits Charles. This has been a great series.

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