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    Couple more from Poland....





    ...and then a couple from a walk the other evening:





    Have a good weekend everyone!

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    Mike - really like the last one in B&W - great light!
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    Steve, Hermann, Lloyd, Joe, and every one else i may missed, thank you so much for the kind words on my humble images, and i'm so glad that you all can read my msgs in my shots, cheers! to you all

    Robert, beautiful shots for your beautiful little girls, Nice lighting !

    Don, you grand canyons set is breath taking, amazing work, well done !!

    Anthony, Excellent Panning shots for the Nascar, great job !

    Charles, again stunning portraits for the those monks, well done my friend, the 1st one is my fav

    Mike, you know how i'm obsessed with B&W, and hence i really liked your last shot, good job and have a wonderful weekend yourself !
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    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.
    Definitely looks like and IR issue. Did you have a UV/IR filter on the lens?

    Nice shot of the plane in the clouds, BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirio View Post
    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:
    Nice set of images, Anthony. Thanks for sharing.

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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
    I really enjoy these portraits of yours, Charles. Not only technically excellent, but a great collection of some very interesting people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    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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    Very nice images, Roy. Love the rendering here. BTW, where is "down here"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Couple more from Poland....

    ...and then a couple from a walk the other evening:



    Have a good weekend everyone!

    Mike
    More magic, Mike. (Inadvertent alliteration, sorry.) LOVE this last one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Couple more from Poland....





    ...and then a couple from a walk the other evening:




    Have a good weekend everyone!

    Mike
    Nice eye contact & pretty b&w!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Definitely looks like and IR issue. Did you have a UV/IR filter on the lens?

    Nice shot of the plane in the clouds, BTW.

    Funny you mention that Lloyd

    the kid shots were NOT with a UV/IR filter, they showed up last week and I didnt have the nads to 6 bit code my lens, so after the firmware came out I basically said screw it and did the :

    firmware, sharpied the cron, popped on the uv/ir and took a few nice shots.

    Im not sure if its a placebo, but my images seem to *pop* more now, and are way easier to post process.



    re: plane shot, thanks! that one was thanks to the massive viewfinder and serendipity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nothing to apologize about, Robert. Cute kids, gorgeous pictures.
    Agree!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Gorgeous images, Don. I've seen a lot of images of the Antelope Canyons, and these rank right up among the best.
    Don, Magnificent!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Elmarit 135/2.8




    the full sized one is here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rivervi...n/photostream/
    Love the color,framing & comp!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK;330174
    Shots of young Buddhist monks at the Wat Bovornnives Vihara temple with the 50 Lux Ashp and M9:)

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    Anthony, very nice pans & comps!

    Ben, like the detail in the ferns & color on the mailbox!

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    Ryan, Mike, Lloyd, Mohammed and Steve, thank you for the kind words
    Mike, another very nice set from Poland!! Love the last B&W shot!!
    Last edited by CharlesK; 1st July 2011 at 22:56.
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    Finally got a few minutes of sun this AM in Boca Raton, FL...took the 135/2.8 Tele-Elmarit out for a run in the sun. Lens has an interesting history...it is at least 40 years old...I used one for back of the altar/exchanging vows wedding shots during my salad days. ..the goggles give you the 90mm frame, but it is still a real bear to focus and frame...but if you get it right, it's a real sharp instrument. Amazingly, you can pick up this lens on eBay for around $350-$400.

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    I finally had the guts to 6bit code my summicron , as I wanted to use the new UV/IR filters I got from leica, plus I installed the latest firmware , I find these shots are a lot clearer than the others I normally take, was the IR problem that bad on the M8?

    these are some test shots , so comments / critiques are welcomed






    the skin tones for example on this shot came out almost perfect right out of the camera



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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    I finally had the guts to 6bit code my summicron , as I wanted to use the new UV/IR filters I got from leica, plus I installed the latest firmware , I find these shots are a lot clearer than the others I normally take, was the IR problem that bad on the M8?

    these are some test shots , so comments / critiques are welcomed
    Yes, the M8 had (has) significant issues with IR. Actually, when I'm shooting specifically for B/W, I really don't mind it. And as for coding, I don't think it really makes much difference on longer focal lengths. The coding doesn't impact IR, per se, but rather it help deal with the vignetting which is otherwise a problem on lenses 35mm and wider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Finally got a few minutes of sun this AM in Boca Raton, FL...took the 135/2.8 Tele-Elmarit out for a run in the sun. Lens has an interesting history...it is at least 40 years old...I used one for back of the altar/exchanging vows wedding shots during my salad days. ..the goggles give you the 90mm frame, but it is still a real bear to focus and frame...but if you get it right, it's a real sharp instrument. Amazingly, you can pick up this lens on eBay for around $350-$400.

    Roy Benson
    Very nice images, Roy. I'm impressed with the texture and color of the first image. And the bokeh in the 4th image is buttery smooth. That 135 is a performer. I may need to pick one up.

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    Thanks you for all the kind comments.

    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    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?
    Yes, the pan shots were taken with the 90 cron. These are about 50% crops. I would say keeper ratio was about 40%. I tried to keep the shutter speed at 1/125.

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    Great images Bob, Ben and Roy. Returned from my 1st trip to NYC. Here are a few:

    Pizza dinner in Manhattan:


    Jazz in Central Park:


    View towards New Jersey from Battery Park:


    Urban Sunset (Pier 66):


    Thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Mike - really like the last one in B&W - great light!
    Thanks Joe.

    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post

    Mike, you know how i'm obsessed with B&W, and hence i really liked your last shot, good job and have a wonderful weekend yourself !
    Thank you Mohammed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    More magic, Mike. (Inadvertent alliteration, sorry.) LOVE this last one.
    Cheers Lloyd. Seems this one was well-received. Funny how sometimes the simplest images resonate the most.

    Thanks Steve. Always appreciate your comments.

    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Ryan, Mike, Lloyd, Mohammed and Steve, thank you for the kind words
    Mike, another very nice set from Poland!! Love the last B&W shot!!
    Thanks Charles. Glad you liked them.

    Quote Originally Posted by YamasDigital View Post
    Great images Bob, Ben and Roy. Returned from my 1st trip to NYC.

    Thanks for looking.
    Very nice Yamas. Particularly like the processing in the first.

    Regards

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    I hope you guys dont mind, but here are 2 more of that car I liked





    this one I made as a desktop for a pal of mine who owns an Audi also



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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    I hope you guys dont mind, but here are 2 more of that car I liked





    this one I made as a desktop for a pal of mine who owns an Audi also


    This Car Is So Amazing In Person! Cool Angles & Shots Robert!

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    Nice NY Set Yamas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Very nice Yamas. Particularly like the processing in the first.

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Nice NY Set Yamas!
    Add my vote to these! Great stuff, Yamas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    This Car Is So Amazing In Person! Cool Angles & Shots Robert!
    +1 from me, Robert.

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    My wife was at Tech Rehearsal all day; so, I just wandered around. Thanks for looking.

    1. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/350@ f/.95; +1 EV; ISO 160


    2. M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/250@ f/.95; ISO 160


    3. M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/1500@ f/.95; ISO 160


    4. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/1500@ f/.95; +1 EV; ISO 160


    5. M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/500@ f/.95; +1 EV; ISO 80


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    My wife was at Tech Rehearsal all day; so, I just wandered around. Thanks for looking.

    1. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/350@ f/.95; +1 EV; ISO 160


    2. M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/250@ f/.95; ISO 160


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    4. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/1500@ f/.95; +1 EV; ISO 160



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    Matt - you have a great eye - really like this set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    My wife was at Tech Rehearsal all day; so, I just wandered around. Thanks for looking.

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    Terrific set Matt. Palpable tectures, and I love rich color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Terrific set Matt. Palpable tectures, and I love rich color.
    +1 great set Matt.

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    A few from this afternoon, M8/35 'cron:








    Regards

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    Nice set Mike! Last one is cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Nice set Mike! Last one is cool!
    +1 from me. Fun set Mike. You really have a great eye!

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    Mike: Very interesting street stuff...are you darkening the corners (or is this vignetting)? Old timers (like me) used to darken the corners of B&W portraits and landscapes.

    Lloyd: Thanks for the "oh-my-gosh!" balloon pics...wonderful!

    Matt: enjoyed the "waiting for the wife" pics...topnotch color, composition.

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    I wanted to take some time off processing images and visit this wonderful thread today. The comments are not all inclusive and please do not be offended if (as I probably did) failed to mention you.

    MagicFM - Post #7. I really like the 1st and 3rd street scenes. Then there's the flowers in the last that are great. I never made it that far north however the images convey a great sense of Viet Nam. Great composition in all of them...

    Ashwinrao1 - Post #10. The first image - wow! I like how you processed the scene. I also enjoyed the 2nd image as well. The image shares the mood.

    Dude163 - Post #18. Adorable! Hope she's feeling much better now...

    CharlesK - Post #29 Monk portraits. Very nicely done - I particularly like the second (close up).

    Resolti13 - Post #38 The depth of field on the 6th & 7th images (35 Lux) is great.

    Seakayaker - Post #64 Lilly Pads the first image is nice the second is great! You're going to help me decide is I really need to add a 75mm to my bag.

    Ashwinrao1 - Post #102 - Great street scenes! 50mm has turned into my fav focal of the M9.

    Jonoslack - Post #106 - Wonderful! And I'm seeing more of a 75mm again.

    Lloyd - Post #146. Beautifully done and congratulations!

    CharlesK - Post #154 Stunning work on all! 1, 4 5 all my favorites...

    Lloyd - Post #158 I saw the resemblance before I read the text. Great work.

    ShiroKuro - Post #174 I love that first image dude!

    Eleanorbrown - Post #207 What can I say other than I'm jealous.

    Seakayaker - Post #221 "Public Art" Great find! Very well done.

    Thrice - Post #304. Great image - sometimes disappointing skies can bring out the best in us...

    Bill CB - Post #321 Great! Talk about being in the right place and time. Well done. I'll be attempting this in August as we spend a couple days at the North Rim.

    Mountain Joe - Post #329 - Lovely image with great light. I know I'm late in saying this however welcome aboard.

    MountainJoe - Post #360 _ remember seeing this image several days ago and wanted to comment but it got away until now, Even without the back story the image stand by itself being able to tell a story of feeling and emotions. Lovely image.

    I truly believe that photography is more than a presentation of an image; it's about sharing the feelings and emotions. There are truly wonderful examples of great photography on these pages.

    I feel I've only scratched the surface here and haven't done the work presented here justice however I need to return to the studio and back to work for at least a couple hours today so I don't feel like a total slacker....

    Thanks to all for sharing your visions

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    Roy, impressive performance for the prize tag, good for you enjoy!

    Robert, the R8 is my favorite car, and your shot were excellent, good job !

    Yamas, Lovely set ! keep posting !

    Matt, you are killing me with Nocti demonstrations, amazing set, specially number 2 and 3, well done my friend !

    Mike, The last two B&W shots are pure coolness, great job buddy!
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    Erik...Killer,Awesome Set!

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    Friend's Revisited...

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    M9, 50 Lux,90 Cron asph
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Erik...Killer,Awesome Set!
    Total agreement! I am partial to the first from a landscape POV.

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    Great look to all those shots Erik
    Awesome street scenes Steve!
    There are no doubt more for me to go back and look through but in a rush to post this then head to work.

    18mm Distagon (@F/4 for all), M9, $8 Holga flash.













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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Erik...Killer,Awesome Set!
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Total agreement! I am partial to the first from a landscape POV.

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    Add my vote... great set Erik. I'm partial to #2 and #3.

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    Friend's Revisited...
    Glad you did, Steve. 1, 4 and 6 in particular.

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    Daniel & Lloyd, Much Appreciated!

    Daniel, Double The Pleasure...Shooting & Partying! Well Done!

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    Daniel, Double The Pleasure...Shooting & Partying! Well Done!
    +1 Very kewl shots, Daniel. And great use of that Holga flash! Dominate looks like a seriously good time. Did you get any sleep?

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    I'm behind by six days!

    Dan: Great set of flowers at Myrtle Edwards. The first is my favorite with the ship in the background. To my eye, the softer background colors in the other two work very well.
    Daniel: A less "disappointing sky" would have taken focus away from the foreground. The water and the jumble of concrete bulkheads in the fore to mid-ground's pretty cool.
    Joe: Great set of photos. I esp. like the color and the silhouettes in "Freight Train..." And, of course, the last one.
    David: Great photo of the donkey. The yin Yang forms of the water and hillside and the centered donkey work for me.
    Steve: Thank you kindly.
    David: The colors in your Greece photos seem to have just the right tone to evoke the warmth and sun of the Eastern Med.
    Bill: "Not-so-spectacular" lightning shot's really excellent. Love the composition and the tracery of lightning.
    Mohammad: Thank you, sir.
    Mike: I scrolled through you first Polish set and found this in Steve's following post: "Mike, Always Great Street Work! # 1 Is Fantastic!". I concur. The light/dark, the tilt, the barely distinguishable person, and the hint of color make an excellent composition.
    Charles: Thanks.
    Ashwin: You missed today's meeting a Glazer's! I hope you have a note from your Dr.? Also, thank you.
    Ashwin: Great images. Create a "narrative" even withought text. Looking forward to the article and finding out what the "preparation" was for. I'm assuming something other then "Bollywood"?
    Ryan: Really great set of photos!!!
    Roy: Beautiful flowers. #3's color and tone appeal to me. Just read down and see that Lloyd likes that one also.
    Mike: That's, occasionally, been my motto! Brilliant set as usual.
    Joe: Congrats to your niece. Superb photo to capture the occasion. Wonderful smile.
    Seascape: Well seen! No title needed.
    Mohammad: Excellent pp. Great composition.
    Robert: No apologies necessary. They're "cuties" and you take terrific photos of them. Something for you to look at when they're older. I'm glad i have photos of my daughter when she was this age.
    Don: Those are awesome photos of the slot canyons. Lloyd's the expert, so, I'll certainly +1 his comment.

    (through post #387)

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    I carried two cameras around the other day. Haven't done that in a while. It was fun.

    1. M8.2; 75mm f/2; 1/2000s @ f/2; -2/3 EV; ISO 160


    2. M8.2; 75mm f/2; 1/125s @ f/2; -2/3 EV; ISO 160


    3. M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/1500s @ f/.95; ISO 160


    4. M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/500s @ f/.95; ISO 160


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    Don, thank you for kind words and taking the time
    Robert, Cool car shots!!
    Yamas, nice set!
    Mike, really nice street captures
    Matt, amazing street set! Love those colours and richness to all of the shots Second set I love the 50 Nocti shots!
    Steve, love those street portraits, "Friends revisited". Great stuff
    Daniel, really nice set with ZM 18!!! Set at f/4 with a holga flash, a great P&S setup!!

    Bangkok street shots with the M9 and 50 Lux Asph







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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I carried two cameras around the other day. Haven't done that in a while. It was fun.

    1. M8.2; 75mm f/2; 1/2000s @ f/2; -2/3 EV; ISO 160


    2. M8.2; 75mm f/2; 1/125s @ f/2; -2/3 EV; ISO 160


    3. M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/1500s @ f/.95; ISO 160


    4. M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/500s @ f/.95; ISO 160


    Cheers, Matt.

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    First Image- Shoes,Dress & So Absorbed In Her Book.
    Second-Tattoo, Hands & Belly!
    Third-Well....You Know...
    Fourth- Great Self Portrait!
    Great Shooting Matt!

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