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    Very nice Adam. More please!

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    Trying out some different PP techniques . 2 shots from the winter carnival that I liked but didnt like the way they looked ( does that make sense?)

    B+W with a red filter it sort of looks 3D , well to me it does



    Desaturation with grain added , my daughter picked this one out of the 3 different ones I did because: " it looks like the olden days" . Gotta love 4 year old'd truth

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    dude163 love the fence colours maybe you can enlighten us on how you made it in the pp?
    Well done!

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    Morning Ced
    this is in lightroom 3

    brightness +10
    contrast +25
    clarity +43 ( Im very precise, that was where i clicked , lol)
    saturation -45

    white balance to Shade
    tint set to -22


    tone curve at medium contrast
    highlights +92
    lights -3
    darks -24
    shadows +33

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    Robert thanks for the info regarding colour, would you liken it to cross processing in chemical jargon(do you have past experience with that)?
    KR

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    I would, and Im old enough that I should have experience with the chemicals, but alas photography was too expensive when i was younger and I couldnt afford it

    SO of course once I grew up I bought a Leica........

    I forgot to mention that I added Heavy Grain from one of the LR presets

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    Thanks Robert and well I really like the image, it is worth trying on some images of my own. If I have some success I will post for your critique.
    I also have an icc. profile that I made some time back that I will post for comparison and that you may appreciate.
    All the best till then.

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    One from today, M8/50 'lux. Yes it was cold (-7) and no the batteries didn't last long:



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    Poor ducks nice shot

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    Village Codgers, the man behind bars in the bar as it were was my family, now retired doctor.
    I guess finally he has time on his hands to partake in a tipple
    M9-28mm f2.8 EL.
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    Cenek: Love the shot of the skier. Very nice.

    Wozza: Wow. Love those shots in the woods. That second one with the sun star in particular.

    Gary: Beautiful color. Nicely done.

    Bruno: Some wonderfully photojournalistic work here. Nice in B/w and color.

    Robert: More nice work. Love the fence shot especially. Great post processing too.

    Mike: Thanks for braving the cold to get this shot. Quite the optical illusion... well seen and captured... as always.

    ced: Excellent work. Looks like relaxing is a good time in your village.

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    A couple variations on a theme from today. My wife likes the second version. I'm not so sold on that one.

    M8, CV75/2.5 Heliar @ f2.8:


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    Lloyd, I really like the first version!

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    Lloyd thanks, the villagers here don't take enough time out, all chasing the buck but when retired I guess they let their hair down(even they don't have much left).
    I like the 1st. wood barrier but maybe a compromise for the 2 maybe B&W attached my take with your permission.
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    wow, my fence shot made it to the Flickr explore for feb 10th, and I didnt even realise it! cool

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    Thanks guys

    Lloyd, no.1 for me too. Love that lens.

    A few more from yesterday. 'Pairs':







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    M8 plus Zeiss Biogon 28mm ZM
    half a sec at f2.8 and ISO 320 - (had to use the widest stop as the image was taken hand held resting on a post)



    M8 again with the 28mm ZM
    a (bigish) crop this time plus a few "twiddles" in LR
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    BillN nice night shot from the bridge, looks almost like a painting.

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    Newcomer to the forum, hello to everyone. I was turned on to the forum by Ashwin, who I met at the recent Steve Huff workshop in LA.

    Ashwin, hope you are doing well.

    Paul

    A few recent ones with M9 + 35 Lux.



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    Hi Paul, where is that first shot? the building looks cool

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    Wozza, ced & Mike: Thanks very much guys. Today my wife decided she like version 1 best. Ced: I'd love to see your B/W take. I tried a couple versions, but liked the desaturated color better than what I came up with.

    Mike: The "pairs" set is lovely. That first one, however, is killer!

    BillN: The first one is very impressive, especially for handheld. I really like the processing on that second one too.

    Paul: Welcome to the forum! Great set of image. Looking forward to much more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Hi Paul, where is that first shot? the building looks cool
    The building is a temple inside Lodi Gardens in Delhi.

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    Helping Mimi make cookies.

    M8, Nocti F1.0:


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    Mike: Great B&W shot, nice mood, DOF and I like the way you used the path to lead the eye.

    BillN: I really like the soft tones of your second shot, how do you like the 28mm ZM?

    Paulwr: Beautiful shot of the temple

    Lloyd: Great shots of the little girl, you really captured the moment there!

    Here's a B&W shot from last weekend's excursion into the woods.

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    L1014082.jpg by Wozza604, on Flickr

    And a coupe of shots of my new (to me) M3. M9+ Zeiss 2/35


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    L1014212.jpg by Wozza604, on Flickr
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    Thanks Wozza. Love that first shot of the car! Wow. The b/w from the woods is great too.

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    Thanks Wozza. Love that first shot of the car! Wow. The b/w from the woods is great too.
    Thanks Lloyd!

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    an M3! what are you going to do when it snows ?

    that 1st shot of the car is cool

    Lloyd : Leica + kids = win!

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    A shot I took the other night as the moon was covered by clouds, this is downtown across the river , with the obligatory troncycle light-trails


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    an M3! what are you going to do when it snows ?

    that 1st shot of the car is cool

    Lloyd : Leica + kids = win!
    I live in Vancouver, it snows like, 1 week per year, the rest of the winter is rain, lol.

    Great "Troncycles"!

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    Paul love the sweets vendor!
    Lloyd here is my take in BW of your barrier.
    I find that even with the far end of the wood darkening up the eye still gets drawn to the front end.
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    Hello all! Haven't been posting here awhile, but still lurking from time to time. Lots of excellent pics from the regulars and others

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    Lots of great shots.
    Wozza - love the light in the trees, and the feel of the first car shot
    Lloyd - Mimi looks cute - I like the first shot - and the first shot of the fence too.
    Paul - Welcome! the first shot of the building has lovely light - excellent
    Bill - both shots are fab - the Thames shot is really excellent.
    Mike - Because - well done - but I think I like the lovers in the last shot best - but the rotating ducks are great as well.
    Dude - the second fence shot is great.

    Me? I have nothing to contribute today (sniff) and it's back to work tomorrow

    Best wishes to everyone

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    Wozza, thanks and enjoy the new M3. I had one a few years back, loved it!
    Ced, Lloyd and Jono - Thanks

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    I really enjoy seeing everyone's images though haven't had time to post.

    I went solo to the San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade with the M9+Noct 0.95. My first time out shooting with the combo. Here are a few of my faves:









    Will post others later.

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    Wozza,

    I have an '04 M3 convertible. Love the car but with 3 kids I am thinking of selling it to get something bigger. I don't have a digital M (have two M6s) yet. Just when I think I am able to afford it, the kids need something more important. Ah, maybe when they are older.

    Keep the car out of the woods. The ground clearance on the car isn't that great.

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    [QUOTE=Wozza604;388262]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.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Wozza,

    I have an '04 M3 convertible. Love the car but with 3 kids I am thinking of selling it to get something bigger. I don't have a digital M (have two M6s) yet. Just when I think I am able to afford it, the kids need something more important. Ah, maybe when they are older.

    Keep the car out of the woods. The ground clearance on the car isn't that great.
    Well, compared to my 330ci, it's a veritable 4x4 when it comes to ground clearance! (it was seriously lowered) I don't have to crawl over speed bumps anymore, which is nice. I can't take either car all the way up to my cottage, too many roots sticking up on my driveway so I park at the bottom of the hill, oh well, the exercise is good for me and I don't spend much time there anyways.

    I think it would be hard to haul a family around in an M3, I don't know how you do it!

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    Thanks Joe! I felt those two seagulls had some history, haha

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    My contribution from last Saturday's short walk along the "Prinsengracht" in Amsterdam.









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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    My contribution from last Saturday's short walk along the "Prinsengracht" in Amsterdam.

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    Great Images! We were on the ice as well-but only on a small local lake.
    I heard in the radio about all the ice in Amsterdam and would have loved to be there. Your images show the atmosphere!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kirio View Post
    I really enjoy seeing everyone's images though haven't had time to post.

    I went solo to the San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade with the M9+Noct 0.95. My first time out shooting with the combo. Here are a few of my faves:

    Will post others later.
    Anthony,
    those images really stand out, very powerfull and still smooth.
    You really know how to use that nice combo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Lloyd : Leica + kids = win!
    Thanks Robert. You've certainly demonstrated the truth of that one. Great night shot of the city, BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lloyd - Mimi looks cute - I like the first shot - and the first shot of the fence too.

    Me? I have nothing to contribute today (sniff) and it's back to work tomorrow

    Best wishes to everyone
    Thanks Jono on both. (BTW, Mimi's the Missus, and is just out of the frame. The little one is Mimi's chief kitchen helper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ced View Post
    Lloyd here is my take in BW of your barrier.
    I find that even with the far end of the wood darkening up the eye still gets drawn to the front end.
    Very nice, CED. I like that version very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirio View Post
    I really enjoy seeing everyone's images though haven't had time to post.

    I went solo to the San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade with the M9+Noct 0.95. My first time out shooting with the combo. Here are a few of my faves:

    Will post others later.
    Terrific set, Anthony. Looking forward to more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    My contribution from last Saturday's short walk along the "Prinsengracht" in Amsterdam.

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    Looks like a fun time on the canals. One benefit of the deep freeze in Europe, eh? Beautiful shots.

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    Nice canal shots! it looks as cold as here ( -21C this am)

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    Bart, They are Breugelesque, very nice indeed.
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    Digging through the archives I've found a couple from the fall to share. Both of these are from the M9 with a Voigtlander 50m f/1.1 attached.


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