Summicron 50 on M9
Summicron 50 on M9
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[QUOTE=ceh;395797]Thank you all for your comments
Cenek: The whole series from the mountains is great. Other than the close up of your lovely lady, my favorite is the last with the shadows of the trees. Terrific all. (I also really like the b/w of the person by the window posted earlier.)
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Wandering around Park City last Saturday and ran into this fence made of old skis. Not much photographically, but interesting to see some of those I once either owned or coveted being used as pickets.
M8, 35 Cron:
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Thanks to everyone for their kind words and "likes"
Lloyd, great shots....thought that they were surfboards at first glance LOL...
Hausen, lovely portrait.
Jason, great to see you back with this lovely set. I remember you announcing the birth and some pre-delivery scares...It's great to see your little one so healthy and vibrant
Ario....you as well...great job
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A few more to share from this trip that I'm on with the NEX-7 and Leica glasss. Gotta say that it's a fun way to use the gear....Wish the focus peaking were more precise for the NEX, though....it's hard to nail focus like one would with the M9....but I'm a newbie to NEX so hopefully I will improve:
35 FLE acting like a 50 on the NEX:
Eyes, no eyes
The long and dark teatime of the soul...
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Another great set, Ashwin. Have you given up on the Ricoh?
Patrick, Rayyan and Lloyd thank you guys
Lloyd the backpack on my son was just a camera bag. Very nice set of shots!! I can relate to the skis as surfboards in the snow
Rayyan, very nice portrait shot!
Jason, wonderful captures!!
Ario, very nice pensive portrait.
David, beautiful portrait
Ashwin, excellent series. Love the shot of the guitar player!
Shot from the weekend at Eagle's Nest, Inverloch with the 75 Lux @f/1.4
Tallai, Queensland Australia.
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It'll be a tough choice, as I don't think I have room for both systems. The NEX is really fun!, but the Ricoh's files can be fun too and stunning. The lack of AA filter on the Ricoh still makes its images jump, possibly more than NEX7 files....
What I do appreciate is that my M9 will reign supreme for the forseeable future as the primary tool by which to utilize the wonderful glass...
THanks, Charles, Rayyan, et al!
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Joe, Lloyd and Patrick, thank you guys Very much appreciated
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Great stuff, Cenek....I am in a much warmer place, but feel the cold in my bones as I look upon your images....
A few from Buenos Aires to add; with the NEX7 and Leica/Zeiss optics:
A few more from the amazing Iguazu Falls in Northern Argentina, with the same set up:
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All images are beautiful.
The last picture is amazing.
Thank you, Cenek!
Terrific images Ashwin. Love the street shots, and amazing subject isolation for sure. The shots of the falls are breathtaking.
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Thanks again, Lloyd! It's fun shooting in the Southern Hemisphere!
Good thing you're not shooting film. You might have to wind it the opposite direction, eh?
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LOL, true that...would need a special piece of kit to accomplish that. Speaking of "film", here are a few Iguazu Nik Ilford HP-5 conversions to check out....
Wow! Sincerely! Those are amazing.
Been shooting lots of kids birthday parties lately , here are a few I liked:
How good was the cake? THIS good
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Rayyan, Cenek, thanks guys, much appreciated
Cenek, very nice shots! Love the feeling of the snow. Always crave what you don't have
Ashwin, amazing series of shots! Not even a M9!! Love those B&W conversions. Great to see real live shots with the NEX 7, rather having had it debated about IQ. Makes for a great travel setup
Robert, fun captures!!