ok, modem issues sorted, so here's a recent one, M8/50 'lux:
One more, M8/35 f/1.2:
Oh my, I guess I missed your "Storm of the Century" post, Ashwin... I really like it! And it's nice to see that people got a little creative with the statues!
I'm glad you like the hat, Maggie!
Seeing all these photos make me want a 30 lux or cron...
ANother Birthday party = another shot of the birthday boy, this time a 65 year old Father in law
this is natural light and handheld at 1/15th of a second , I had the IR filter off to try and gain a bit more light, so I had to make it B+W
Many thanks for the comments.
A few today from the Tet Festival at the Seattle Center.
Happy Lunar New Year!!
Fun stuff, Ed. Love all the color too. Thanks for sharing.
Ok - time for the obligatory rainy day indoor pet photo
Our Dobermann at the watch M9 + 50mm lux @ f2:
As the weather turned sour ... again, I decide to stay indoors and give the old visoflex&bellows a spin.
| hektor 1:2.5/125 | bellows II | visoflex III | m9 |
mountainjoe: Spot on focus!
Knorp: Nice sot of the protea. You are in South Africa? Please share your Visoflex setup.
Thanks for the comments.
Following shots from a small gift store in a Chinatown alley.
Sun May Co. See if you can spot the different places they have their name displayed. Photos #1, 3, 4.
It was a brisk -13C today so of course I went for a walk ( short!) and took some shots of the local war memorial, the reflected light off the snow really lit it up nicely I thought.
2 shots, 1 colour , 1 B+W , I liked them both
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Another dog photo but this time with her mom
The stare down:
Looks like we're in for more rain so get used to the dog pics
Mike, Charles, Joe, Ashwin, Steve...wonderful stuff.
From the archives. Old car. Old cam. Old man.
p.s. Old picture.
Joe: Very nice shots of the dog, and the one of her and her mom.
Ed: Love all the color in those shots. Great find.
Bart: That shot of the Protea is spectacular!
Robert: Nice light on the statute. Loved the shot of the birthday boy too.
Rayyan: Pretty nicely done for an old man with an old camera!
here is a test shot i took using the elmarit 135/2.8 on my M8 that I thought came out nice ( I posted this in the m8 low light thread also, so if cross-posting isnt allowed let me know and Ill edit it out)
ISO 2500 , f2.8 1/45th of a second , and 40% noise+colour reduction
Lion Dancing in Seattle Chinatown
Happy Lunar New Year,
I always wanted to see this in person. When I was in grad school in San Francisco I was too anal about my studies and passed up a chance to go with friends to see the lunar new year celebrations in Chinatown. Then when I worked in New York I was traveling on business and missed it. My mother says we went once in Boston when I was young, but I don't have any memory of it. One of these years!!
I have to say that I'm more than a little impressed with the resolving power of that 35 FLE!! I never would have guessed it was a crop, and to hold the detail in the buildings in the background... well, just Wow! I actually like the un-cropped image. It's very nice. Excellent B/W too. Thanks for sharing, Scott.
Upon review of my post which shows the bush on the right side of the leaning lady with that Leica glow, I realized that the pic with the CN tower is actually the same 75mm Summilux as my other images. I believe this was shot wide open with those two ladies standing approximately 30m away. Yes, my 75 lux is not coded.
CN Tower, although a tall structure, can't look that big on a 35mm lens when it's km's away!