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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Nicely done! And wow, the focus zone in that one is razor thin. I'll be interested to see some more. :-)

    sent some of the large format shots i did over to

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/387425-post411.html


    yea.. and it can be real difficult to focus (if the subject moves just a bit, the eyes are out)

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    Leica M9 + M-Rokkor 40mm f/2

    This lens is almost too sharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Maybe, maybe not. I ordered one of Luigi's reversed leather cases with a removable back door and no additional grip. If it works as well as the A&A half case I have on the M4-2, I'll be very happy with it.



    Ahem.


    Leica M9 + Skink Pinhole f/247[/CENTER]

    I made a bunch of exposures with the pinhole ... some are quite lovely (perhaps not this one...). But they take a lot of processing not least because such a small aperture exaggerates every minuscule speck of dust on the sensor. The Lightroom spotting tool really helps make laundering these images far easier.

    More photos from this session anon ... I'm way too busy right now to do justice to the processing but I might have one more I will post in a few minutes.
    Very kewl effect. You're on to something with that pinhole!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    looks very good.. not unnaturally sharp (as if it's been thru a unsharp mask routine). nicely done
    What he said. Plus 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    sent some of the large format shots i did over to

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/387425-post411.html


    yea.. and it can be real difficult to focus (if the subject moves just a bit, the eyes are out)
    Thanks! I fussed over the sharpening on this one as the first pass to a web-rez version really looked awful. It took a touch of this and a touch of that to restore the vividness of the full resolution image.

    Love the "stockbridge machine company" photo. The other one seems somehow oddly flat in the mid tones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ced View Post
    Godfrey Nice pinhole with the result very clean so I wanted to see some sharpness wound into it to see what it can take, here is the result, hope you still like it.
    Could almost have been done with a lens.
    Yes, that cleaned up very nicely. Good job! A pinhole is a heck of a lot less expensive than a Leica lens ... '-)

    However, please remove it from the website now. I don't like having modified versions of my photos distributed.

    Thank you for your understanding.

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    Essaouira, Morocco

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    Yousaf. From the Berber tribe of Morocco.


    I asked if I could take some pictures of him and his father. They agreed, but

    the father did not want his on the web.

    I told Yousaf he might find a girl for marraige on the web.

    Essaouira, also known by the Berber name Tasroot, Morocco.

    A UNESCO World Heritage Town.

    A little more subdued look at this down, and what sunset might bring in terms of music and dinner. Music is a bit dated though.

    http://www.tripfilms.com/Travel_Vide...cco-Video.html

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    Excellent Rayyan! I really like your work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Thanks! I fussed over the sharpening on this one as the first pass to a web-rez version really looked awful. It took a touch of this and a touch of that to restore the vividness of the full resolution image.

    Love the "stockbridge machine company" photo. The other one seems somehow oddly flat in the mid tones.
    2nd one was shot with a old uncoated 9" veritos (portrait lens) when shot wide open like that you end up with a veiling flare that give a glow (it's not 'soft focus'.. the detail is there.)

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    A couple with M8 + ZM50P (first two) and ZM18 (last one).


    L9991319 by Gary Clennan, on Flickr


    L9991281 by Gary Clennan, on Flickr


    L9991350 by Gary Clennan, on Flickr

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    Gary, I like #1 and #3 the most. Lovely place to Alberta!

    Regards.

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    [QUOTE=folville;386890]Some photos of Bucharest, Romania



    Excellent! The treatment complements the subject beutifully.

    [QUOTE=CharlesK;386904

    Two more shots from the other evening with the 50 Lux


    QUOTE]

    Brilliant.

    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post



    Lovely capture.

    Thank you for sharing.

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    Rayyan, thank you very much
    Godfrey, very nice shot of the barn door!
    Rayyan, superb portrait of Yousaf
    Gary, love that last shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Just got home from skiing . . . and it snowed last night!


    It was pretty chilly today - Milo had to wear his coat (and so did Silas)



    All with the M9 and noctilux 0.95 - wide open or nearly so.
    Jono..excellent timing and positioning. I personally doubt it is the Nocti that

    delivered the goods. But if it makes all of us happy. Hurray for the Nocti.

    Best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Godfrey,
    superb

    ...........................
    Excellent capture Cenek. Captures Winter for me.

    Regards.

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    [QUOTE=ashwinrao1;386560]

    1) Parents





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    Wonderful indeed, Ashwin.

    My regrads to you parents..

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    Mohammad & Georg love the B&W images, well done!

    Here is a 5 image stich pano M9-28mm-f2.8 Elmarit before asph.
    Last edited by ced; 31st December 2012 at 11:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    The town was known as Mogador.


    Scenes of the old film ' Othello ' circa 1949 shot on location here. Very many at this spot.

    As was the most recent ' Alexander ' 2004.

    This photo, of course, stars the D-Lux4 and its owner.
    Nice one Rayyan
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Lloyd, hope your elbow heals up soon and well

    here are a few shots of the Winter Carnival we went to yesterday , -11C but we had a cool ride of a 2 horse-open sleigh , I like the first shot a lot , and I dont even like horses! the 3rd one is my daughter and nephew, the last my brother after his death defying ride down the iced-up slide hill


    Robert - super horse shots - this one especially - what lens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Gary, I like #1 and #3 the most. Lovely place to Alberta!

    Regards.
    Gary +1 that third shot is great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    This lens is almost too sharp.
    HI Godfrey
    No Such Thing - nice shot though!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post

    Essaouira, Morocco
    Lovely Ray - the Berber I like less (but I still like it!)
    Thanks for the kind words on the boy and dog shot . . . shooting with the Nocti has it's own rythmn and rewards . . . but it doesn't deliver images on it's own!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
    A couple with M8 + ZM50P (first two) and ZM18 (last one).
    I love the first one especially Gary - Excellent! I also really like the b&w tree root shot from earlier.

    Robert - I also really liked the horse shots

    all the best

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    Here are two from today - WATE and M9




    . . . and a third with the 75 'cron at 800 ISO

    Last edited by jonoslack; 8th February 2012 at 16:19. Reason: Just to keep Bart happy :)

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    Yes, that's much better
    Lovely shots with the WATE, that tree is splendid ! Is that Caspar overthere ?
    And the 75'cron a corker as always

    All the very best.
    Bart ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Yes, that's much better
    Lovely shots with the WATE, that tree is splendid ! Is that Caspar overthere ?
    And the 75'cron a corker as always

    All the very best.
    Plus one all around. :thumb up:

    ("a corker" too funny! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Yes, that's much better .
    Thank you . . . . I might be going mad!
    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Lovely shots with the WATE, that tree is splendid ! Is that Caspar overthere ?.
    Yes - just a short leak break from the office (which is over on the left).

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    And the 75'cron a corker as always
    Bart - that's dreadful . . . but of course it's quite correct! The wine was a pleasant 2006 rioja . . not up to the quality of the lens I fear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Yousaf. From the Berber tribe of Morocco.

    I asked if I could take some pictures of him and his father. They agreed, but

    the father did not want his on the web.

    I told Yousaf he might find a girl for marraige on the web.

    Essaouira, also known by the Berber name Tasroot, Morocco.

    A UNESCO World Heritage Town.

    A little more subdued look at this down, and what sunset might bring in terms of music and dinner. Music is a bit dated though.

    Essaouira, Morocco Video - Essaouira Travel Videos - Tripfilms
    Really love this one Rayyan.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
    A couple with M8 + ZM50P (first two) and ZM18 (last one).
    Very nice Gary. The center shot in particular.

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    Charles, Joe, Jono...

    Thanks guys.

    Jono, the cron 75 app..my fav lens. Does enable one to take good pics of almost anything!

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Really love this one Rayyan.

    ....
    Thanks Lloyd and you go careful with that arm of yours. No more arm

    wrestling for you my friend.

    Regards.

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    Great example of leading lines and vanishing point. Nice one Cenek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Lloyd and you go careful with that arm of yours. No more arm

    wrestling for you my friend.

    Regards.
    Thanks Rayyan. Good idea, couldn't beat my granddaughter right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great example of leading lines and vanishing point. Nice one Cenek.
    +1 - very nice Cenek
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    Lloyd,Joe
    Thank you..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    ..........

    Really like the feel of this one, Cenek. It could stand a little brightening, though ... tones in the upper third and on the right are a little muddy on my screen.

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    To the people that asked: My horse shots were with the 1964 rigid cron 50/2

    thanks for the comments!

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    Here's some pics from a Sunday walk through Central Park here in Burnaby BC. It was late in the day so I was looking for spots where the sun was shinning through the trees and was playing with that. The tree shots are with the Voigtlander 21mm f/4 and the seagulls are with the 75mm Summicron ASPH.


    I look at you, you look at me. by Wozza604, on Flickr


    Shadows and Trees by Wozza604, on Flickr


    Sun Through the Trees by Wozza604, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Jono, the cron 75 app..my fav lens. Does enable one to take good pics of almost anything!

    Regards.
    Hi Ray
    My favourite lens as well - mine has a dinged lens hood (falling on some scree in Crete) I was going to get it fixed, but somehow it's become part of it's character.

    I always wonder at people who say it's 'clinical' seems to me it has lovely gentle bokeh, is splendidly sharp at the point of focus, added to which it gives the biggest magnification of any of the M lenses bar the 90 macro. . . . what's not to like!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Ray
    My favourite lens as well - mine has a dinged lens hood (falling on some scree in Crete) I was going to get it fixed, but somehow it's become part of it's character.

    I always wonder at people who say it's 'clinical' seems to me it has lovely gentle bokeh, is splendidly sharp at the point of focus, added to which it gives the biggest magnification of any of the M lenses bar the 90 macro. . . . what's not to like!
    I agree, love the 75 Cron!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Yes, that's much better
    Lovely shots with the WATE, that tree is splendid ! Is that Caspar overthere ?
    And the 75'cron a corker as always

    All the very best.
    +2

    Cenek, very nice classic compositions! Favourite is one of the skier
    Wozza, nice captures. I really like the second shot with the CV 21/4!

    The 75 Cron is great lens, but comes a close second to my 75 Lux
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    +2

    Cenek, very nice classic compositions! Favourite is one of the skier
    Wozza, nice captures. I really like the second shot with the CV 21/4!

    The 75 Cron is great lens, but comes a close second to my 75 Lux
    Thanks Charles! I've never tried the 75 Lux, but I've been pretty impressed with peoples images from it... The physical size is a bit off-putting though, I already feel like my 50 lux and 75 cron are pushing things a bit.

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    Two with M8 + ZM50P.


    L9991441 by Gary Clennan, on Flickr


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    M8 & Elmarit 28 asph


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    Gamblers! por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr

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    Manifestation por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr


    Manifestation por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr


    Leica R8 Man por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr

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    Sun is Shinning! por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr

    Some in colour!

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    Here are two favorites from my recent trip to Rwanda.
    Let me know what you all think- I'm still getting used to my M9 and 35 1.4 Series 7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettcherphoto View Post
    Here are two favorites from my recent trip to Rwanda.
    Let me know what you all think- I'm still getting used to my M9 and 35 1.4 Series 7
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    Hey Adam - super shots - both of them!
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    Bettcher. Love the image of the woman seated in front of the house!
    Well done8

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    Add my vote Adam. Very nice work.

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