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    | Leica M9 | 35mm Summilux ASPH | 50mm Summilux ASPH | 50mm Noctilux ASPH | 75mm Summicron ASPH |
    | Leica S2-P | Grip | 35mm Summarit ASPH | 70mm Summarit ASPH | 120mm Summarit ASPH|
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    Fantastic composition on this shot and nice set overall!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post




    Just love these two!

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    Wanted to share this from yesterday, M8/90 Elmarit, uncropped



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    and the outcome...



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    Those are simply amazing!!! Terrific shots, Mike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Wanted to share this from yesterday, M8/90 Elmarit, uncropped

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    Mike- Wow!

    Talk about being close to the Action.

    Good thing Deer Antlers grow back.

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    That's pretty amazing that you were able to capture that and even more amazing that you weren't hurt in capturing that. It's not uncommon for bucks to attack anything in their territory during mating season.
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    and the outcome...



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    Do you have the broken antler as a souvenir?

    These are fantastic Mike - really splendid.
    excellent . . . .

    Ashwin - love the girl in the window.

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    Agreed with all above, Mike. These are great. The first shot almost looks like a museum shot, while the second looks very eye-popping real. Makes for a great set of images...And wonderful bokeh and post-processing, as always!

    Jono, thanks, my friend!
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    Re deer shots:
    In case I'm wrong, I will apologize. However, as others said: they look surreal, American Museum of Natural History alike. The light sources alone suggest that the scenes were not live. Shadows from the animals on the ground, yet the lower parts (bellies, legs) of the animals brightly lit from an angle natural light would never come from in a forest. The animal with the broken antler does not look like one of the two involved in the fight. Deer Antler growth begins during the month of March or April. What we see here are animals in the September and later period of a year with fully developped antlers. So if they are from "yesterday" as per the poster, they are from a museum. And lastly, getting this close to fighting deer....... Maybe I just popped a party.

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    Hmmm, well thank you for the mostly positive feedback.

    These were indeed taken yesterday. This was not a mating rut which, as has been stated, is an autumnal event. Rather this seemed to be more of a hierarchical dispute - there were several throughout the day.

    In terms of my proximity to the deer, this time of year wouldn't normally be particularly dangerous....this is a National Trust estate and they are pretty used to people. I have shot the rut here on numerous occasions, and then tend to be more cautious and keep a little more distant.

    I'll post a couple more when I get chance to process them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Hmmm, well thank you for the mostly positive feedback.

    These were indeed taken yesterday. This was not a mating rut which, as has been stated, is an autumnal event. Rather this seemed to be more of a hierarchical dispute - there were several throughout the day.

    In terms of my proximity to the deer, this time of year wouldn't normally be particularly dangerous....this is a National Trust estate and they are pretty used to people. I have shot the rut here on numerous occasions, and then tend to be more cautious and keep a little more distant.

    I'll post a couple more when I get chance to process them.

    Apology accepted in advance.

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    Mike, I herewith apologize. And thanks to accept my apology in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    Last of the Japanese Magnolia blossoms for this spring...
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    Beautiful shot, Robert. We haven't seen any Spring yet, but we do have a few tulip and daffodil plants starting to peek through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    A few more from Marrakech.
    More fun. Looks like a great trip. Things don't look much different from when i was there 40 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few from Colonia, Uruguay:
    Yet more magic, Ashwin. Hard to pick a fav, but the shot with the reflection of the woman in the window is terrific for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoomstop View Post
    Wow. The B/W here really pops. Nicely done, David.

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    Last one for awhile with the Nocti. Goes back to Leica NJ AGAIN! for back focus issues.
    Lavender and swirly (as a friend called it):

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    One with ZM18. I really enjoy the sharpness of this lens.


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    Bitingly sharp, Gary. And a very kewl shot. Do you get any color distortion on the edges, and if so, what do you use to deal with it?

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    Thanks Lloyd! This pic is pretty well straight out of camera. I did have a UV/IR filter on it though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
    Thanks Lloyd! This pic is pretty well straight out of camera. I did have a UV/IR filter on it though...
    Ok, so you're on an M8? I shoot the M8 as well, and have seen excellent results with the zm18 on it, but some issues on the M9. I'm told CornerFix handles it well, but have never had a reason (or the camera/lens combination) to try.

    So again, very nice image. Love to see more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    Last one for awhile with the Nocti. Goes back to Leica NJ AGAIN! for back focus issues.
    Lavender and swirly (as a friend called it):
    Another beauty Robert. Sorry about the issues with the lens; hope you have it back quickly (and fixed!).
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    The Tango, Buenos Aires-Style! (apologies for the technical quality of the files...I accidentally dialed up ISO a bit too high for some)...NEX7 and Leica glass (75 APO-cron and 35 FLE)









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    Ashwin, NEX-7 rocks! Brilliant affirmation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Great set Ashwin - I particularly like this one.

    I handled the NEX7 for the first time yesterday, with kit lens on board. I wasn't really wowed to be honest, but that's probably a lot to do with liking the 'heft' of the M8...

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    A few more from this weekend. First, setting the scene with the cv 35 f/1.2, the rest with the Elmarit 90:







    A friendly tussle, and yes it was very close....but I had no intention of moving at this stage



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    A few more from this weekend. First, setting the scene with the cv 35 f/1.2, the rest with the Elmarit 90:

    A friendly tussle, and yes it was very close....but I had no intention of moving at this stage



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    These are brilliant Mike. Love that last one especially.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    The Tango, Buenos Aires-Style! (apologies for the technical quality of the files...I accidentally dialed up ISO a bit too high for some)...NEX7 and Leica glass (75 APO-cron and 35 FLE)
    Wow! Just plain WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    These are brilliant Mike. Love that last one especially.
    Thanks Lloyd- glad you liked them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    A few more from this weekend. First, setting the scene with the cv 35 f/1.2, the rest with the Elmarit 90:

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    Mike: Same surreal, dreamlike appeal to this follow-up! Also like the first one, looks quite like an illustration for a fairy-tale. Very supportive PP.
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    Matt, lovely shots from India. The portraits are gorgeous.

    Ashwin..Glorious shots..love the girl in the window and the table for two!!

    Robert, excellent captures and display.

    Mike..Really museum worthy.

    Wonderful to see the quality of work on display.

    Regards.

    p.s let me scroll back to see what else I might have missed!

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    Gary, lunchtime produces wonderful results!!

    Ced...wow!

    HiredArm...family get together worth remembering!

    retow...when you going to Morocco again?!

    Excellent work folk.

    Kindest regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Gary, lunchtime produces wonderful results!!

    Ced...wow!

    HiredArm...family get together worth remembering!

    retow...when you going to Morocco again?!

    Excellent work folk.

    Kindest regards.
    I plan to be back to Morocco soon, this time to Agadir, Fes and Casablanca. By the way I saw that you recently visited Chur, the city where I grew up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    I plan to be back to Morocco soon, this time to Agadir, Fes and Casablanca. By the way I saw that you recently visited Chur, the city where I grew up.
    We were doing Chur, Davos and surrounds.

    If you are going to Agadir, do try and get to Essaouira if at all possible..even for one night. It is that good!!

    Maybe you are arriving in Casa; I generally skip Casa except for arr/dep.
    Big city and all that entails.

    You will love Fes.

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    Ashwin, amazing set from Uruguay. Love #4, 5 and 6
    The tango shots are superb!!! Full of the passion and atmosphere.
    Mike, brilliant shots of the deer! Love the composition of #1 too
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    Those are simply amazing!!! Terrific shots, Mike.
    Mike: +1!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Mike: +1!

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    Mike: +1, again! The pp is one of the brilliant elements of these photos. Lot of character.

    Ashwin: Very cool tango shots! Works well with the slight grittiness. Makes the dancers seem more edgy and erotic.

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    More from Devaraja Market in Mysore, India. Probably none of that last one is actually in focus.

    M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/2000s; ISO 640


    M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/3000s; ISO 640


    M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/180s; ISO 640


    M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/350s; ISO 640


    M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/90s; ISO 640


    M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/90s; ISO 640


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Mike: +1, again! The pp is one of the brilliant elements of these photos. Lot of character.

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    Thanks Matt, appreciate your comments. How are you getting on with the NEX7? Are you just shooting with the kit lens or adapter/M lenses as well?

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    When the night is coming
    ...some snaps last Sunday with the M9 and the 35FLE handhold.
    When we were reaching the village the artifical street light generated an (IMO) interesting color in the images.



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    Rokkor 40 on M9
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    Beautiful photos everyone.
    For us it is still winter weather...

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    Yes, still very much winter! Beautiful area, and well captured, Cenek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    More from Devaraja Market in Mysore, India. Probably none of that last one is actually in focus.

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    Great stuff, Matt. You have a way with markets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    When the night is coming
    ...some snaps last Sunday with the M9 and the 35FLE handhold.
    When we were reaching the village the artifical street light generated an (IMO) interesting color in the images.
    I agree, very interesting effect and color. Thanks for sharing. Glad to see you're still shooting the M. I've enjoyed your work with the S2 very much as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ario Arioldi View Post
    Rokkor 40 on M9
    Very nice, Ario. Wonderful bokeh, and I really like the processing and the toning.

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    wow, those tango shots are really good!




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    Ashwin, awesome tango shots. You are killing me, man. I was debating between the Nex 7 and buying more M and R glass, or saving and saving and saving and saving for an M9, but with three kids, etc.

    Having traveled with the camera and glass for a while, what is the verdict? Is it worth owning if the M9 is a bit of a pipe dream?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Thanks Matt, appreciate your comments. How are you getting on with the NEX7? Are you just shooting with the kit lens or adapter/M lenses as well?

    Mike
    Mike: I'm getting along fine with it. Used it a lot on my trip. I've been shooting with all of the E-Mount lenses (majority of the time with the Zeiss 24mm f/1.8 and the SEL 18 mm-200 mm F/3.5-6.3), several A-Mount lenses, and all of my M-Mount lenses. Great fun, but not a Leica!

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