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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    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.
    Than Lloyd,
    the M9 is (and will) be my favorite System besides the S2.
    I have tried Pentax K5, m4/3 from Oly and Pana, Nex5n and 7 (still in my posession) and they are all nice but overall the M9 works best for me.
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    Dude163- I really like the first shot and the light.

    Also the tango shot I find great!

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    Upper East Side from Across the Reservoir - yes, it's the cliched unapproachable promised land theme. Another from the "32 Views of Mt. Sinai" (the large blocky building on the left).

    M9/28 Cron



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    Cool shot, Matt. Has a sort of timeless quality to it, and reminds me of a number of movies over the the years. Marathon Man, with Dustin Hoffman, for example, comes to mind. Not exactly sure why, but the image created the connection for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    wow, those tango shots are really good!




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    I'd love to try out that ice cream (nice crisp colors in that one, btw), but I love this shot of your daughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Cool shot, Matt. Has a sort of timeless quality to it, and reminds me of a number of movies over the the years. Marathon Man, with Dustin Hoffman, for example, comes to mind. Not exactly sure why, but the image created the connection for me.
    Well, the final scene of Marathon Man was filmed about 200 yards to the right from where that was taken. That might be it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Well, the final scene of Marathon Man was filmed about 200 yards to the right from where that was taken. That might be it...

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    Yeah, that might do it.

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    Thanks those that liked my Tulips. So many great shots you guys keep pumping out and thanks for sharing.
    Here is one from Belgica M9-35/f2 The boots are to go into some underground tunnels under the port area of Antwerp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    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?
    Thanks, Mikal! Lol...the NEX 7 is a solid camera and appears to "play well" with Leica glass, from 35 mm (50 mm equiv) and onward.

    Your question is a tough one to answer. M9 prices on the used market are going down, and with an M10 looming for a May 10th announcement, I suspect that prices will drop further, since Leica has made so many of these. I personally plan to stick with the M9 unless the M10 is a game changer, which I am somewhat doubtful about. I do feel that M9 files have something special, and while the NEX7 files are great, the M9 files, particularly at ISO's of 400 and less, are simply better. The NEX7 is far more capable at high ISO, but I find focus peaking to be less accurate on the NEX.

    As a counterpoint, I find that focussing longer glass (90-135) is easier on the NEX bodies...

    Tough choice. Owning an M9 is a unique, satisfying experience. Using the NEX 7 is very satisfying, but not quite in the same league, in my opinion.

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    had some fun with the Voigtlander 12mm! but man, its hard to shoot a super wide with a RF haha

    hope you guys enjoy them



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    Very kewl shot, Peter. Nicely done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ced View Post
    Thanks those that liked my Tulips. So many great shots you guys keep pumping out and thanks for sharing.
    Here is one from Belgica M9-35/f2 The boots are to go into some underground tunnels under the port area of Antwerp.
    Well seen and captured.

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    Some more Devaraja Market photos. I love markets. Hope my obsession isn't boring. Thanks for looking.

    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/750s; ISO 400


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/125s; ISO 400


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/180s; ISO 400


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/500s; ISO 400


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/350s; ISO 400


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    No. Definitely not boring. Very nice.

    Is that the CV 75/2.5 you're using? Great results with whichever.
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    Lloyd: Thank you, sir! Nope, it's the Summarit-M. Nicely compact and excellent IQ.

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    Is it Maths or Art?

    Between Friends
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    That's a stunning place and image, Rayyan. Wow. Is this the mosque in Khiva?

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    That's a stunning place and image, Rayyan. Wow. Is this the mosque in Khiva?
    Hey there pal!! Thanks for meeting me in Khiva!!

    Lloyd, this mosque is in Istanbul. The man from Khiva has some traveling to do.

    Kindest regards.

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    More from the market in Mysore.

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


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/1500s; ISO 400


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/125s; ISO 400


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/350s; ISO 400


    M9; 75mm f/1.4; 1/4000s; ISO 400


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    Hey Folks,
    Posted this in a separate thread, but feel that it would be more appropriate in here:

    So I was looking over my shots from a recent walk with my m9 and 50 lux asph, and came upon this strange shot. At first I thought it would be a throwaway, but then thought what the heck let's have some fun. Here's the before and after. What do you guys think!?!?
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    That's darn cool.

    At an exhibition I participated in a few years back, one of the guys did a body of work with this sort of aesthetic. His photos were some of the hottest sellers in the exhibition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Is it Maths or Art?

    Wow - love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    More from the market in Mysore.

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    Matt another great set

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzzle View Post
    Hey Folks,
    Posted this in a separate thread, but feel that it would be more appropriate in here:

    So I was looking over my shots from a recent walk with my m9 and 50 lux asph, and came upon this strange shot. At first I thought it would be a throwaway, but then thought what the heck let's have some fun. Here's the before and after. What do you guys think!?!?
    Very nice. I like them even better here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Wow - love it!

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    Mike, very kind of you. Thank you.

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    In January I did not meet Rayyan in Marocco, now Matt was not to be seen in India (I love your shots)! What a shame!
    I am in Toronto in about 4 weeks - who else will I miss??

    Here some of my pictures from my first days in India, in Delhi. Hope you enjoy.











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    Frank nice series from India well done!
    Which lens/lenses did you use?

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    Nice pics Frank! Here is one from this morning....


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    Quote Originally Posted by ced View Post
    Frank nice series from India well done!
    Which lens/lenses did you use?
    I agree, really nice. I particularly like that last one.


    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
    Nice pics Frank! Here is one from this morning....

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    Very nice Gary. Short posts, or talk grass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicFM View Post
    In January I did not meet Rayyan in Marocco, now Matt was not to be seen in India (I love your shots)! What a shame!
    I am in Toronto in about 4 weeks - who else will I miss??

    Here some of my pictures from my first days in India, in Delhi. Hope you enjoy.






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    Frank: Didn't make it that far North this time. These two must have been taken 'miles' apart. Two of many India's.

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    Matt: Yes - but Miles apart? Just New Delhi and Old Delhi which is a big difference indeed!
    Ced: Thank you. I used the new 50 and 35mm Lux and the 28mm Elmarit for "quick and dirty" shots.
    Gary, Lloyd: Thanks for the nice comments.

    Here some more from Delhi, first shot from the hotel window shows how "green" New Delhi really is...



















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    Excellent set, Frank. really gives a broad cross section of the place. I especially like 7 and 8.

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    Today, M8/CV 35 f/1.2:



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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicFM View Post
    In January I did not meet Rayyan in Marocco, now Matt was not to be seen in India (I love your shots)! What a shame!
    I am in Toronto in about 4 weeks - who else will I miss??

    Here some of my pictures from my first days in India, in Delhi. Hope you enjoy.




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    Hi Frank.

    Great set, with this one as my fav.
    Toronto, too, is a big place Frank!!

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
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    Lovely tone to this Mike. And a very nice capture.

    Regards.

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    Lovely tone to this Mike. And a very nice capture.

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    great India shots!

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    Man... I've been away for quite a while, so much to catch up on! But from what I see on the last page...

    Dude163... where is this "best ice cream in canada"... I'm very interested

    m_driscol and MagicFM... Nice sets I always like seeing photos from other countries... places I wish to go to myself some day, things I'd like to see for myself.

    PeterC, Your 12mm photos make me want a super wide... humm... been contemplating the 15mm lately.

    Anyway, I've been away for quite a while 'cause well... a bunch of my stuff just broke.

    First my laptop's harddrive just decides to quit, crashed itself, and I had no computer for a while. When I got it back, I had to restore all my programs while balancing school work. Then my newly acquired lens, a beautiful Canon 35/2 broke on the day I got it... so I spent a while trying to get that to a technician to get it fixed. Funny thing, the focus ring locked up with the retaining ring/mount, the aperture ring locked up with the optical element/filter ring, and neither worked. The lens was pretty much in two inoperative halves that spun freely from each other... sucks. Now it's sitting on the desk of Gerry Smith, waiting to get fixed. Hopefully it's fixable!

    Oh and it was also my birthday yesterday. 19 (legal drinking age) on St.Patty's day. Yeah.

    Here's what I've been up to in the past week!













    I've decided to take on the 100 Strangers project as well...

    Here's stranger number 1.

    "This is Brie, "like the cheese".

    She goes to Conestoga College for Graphic Design. Met her writing the word "umbrella" on the ground with a straw and water, smiled at her, and walked on. I ran into her about an hour later with Hillary. This time she was taking photos of teacups! She's working on a project right now called 50 Ways. She has to take a photo of a teacup in 50 different ways. We talked a little, she's super friendly "



    Oh and... of course, photos from my birthday gathering. No "Project X" stuff, but I prefer it that way It appears that I can still operate some form of camera... and play the guitar... whilst intoxicated.



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    Hey guys, sorry for missing all the good work !! it's been crazy for me in the last few months, still alive and shooting. miss you all guys !!

    Matt, love the fence shot !

    Peter, excellent exposure of the night shot!

    Matt, Driscoll, amazing series and colors from the Devaraja Market, well done !

    Rayan, amazing shot for the mosque, in deed what a master piece !

    Frank, loved your series from Delhi, excellent captures.

    Patrick, beautifully caught moments, nice job!

    Few with the M9 and 35cron


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    Great photo thread!! I need to drop by more often! Well done everyone.

    Here's a quickie contribution with the Zeiss Planar ZM50 on the M9.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicFM View Post
    Matt: Yes - but Miles apart? Just New Delhi and Old Delhi which is a big difference indeed!
    ...
    Here some more from Delhi, first shot from the hotel window shows how "green" New Delhi really is...



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    Frank: It is the differences, not physical distance, between New and Old Delhi that puts them 'miles' apart. My daughter was up there in January. Do you have any photos of the overhead street wiring, with monkeys crawling about, from Old delhi? It make a real strong contrast with the wide streets and Lutyens architecture of New Delhi.
    Nice set. This one of the barber's great. The reflection in the mirror's a nice bonus when you look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Today, M8/CV 35 f/1.2:

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    Mike: Well seen. You're a master of capturing juxtapositions! Slightly creepy, here (if it was night, it would be!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Rayyan: You're always following that woman around! Are you wearing a dark wool hooded coat? Nice lines and tone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post



    Patrick: Thanks and Happy Birthday! All cool but these four make a very nice set. Energy and empathy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post
    Few with the M9 and 35cron


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    Deserted by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr

    cheers! Moh
    Mohammad: These are all excellent! Great sequence in the 'fraud'; superb B & W pp; cute smile; beautiful combination of surreal sky with the detailed 'Magritte-like' landscape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armanius View Post
    Great photo thread!! I need to drop by more often! Well done everyone.

    Here's a quickie contribution with the Zeiss Planar ZM50 on the M9.


    Lady in red (and black) by Armanius, on Flickr
    Armanius: Beautiful photo! Color, focus, bokeh, all great. :thumb up:


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    Devaraja Market in Mysore, India. Kumkum powder for bindi dots.

    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/90s; ISO 400


    M9; 75mm f/2.5; 1/90s; ISO 400


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    Hello all

    From this page..
    Matt, enjoying your series of the markets, very nice set.
    Rayyan, really like the tonality and contrast on your B&W shot.
    Frank, excellent street scenes from India!
    Mike, nice street shot as always.
    Patrick, cool set.
    Mohammad, excellent B&W shots with the 35Cron!

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    Been awhile since I last posted. Here's a few pics from St Patrick's @ Boston. M9 CV35/2.5.

    Joe







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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Matt , those powder shots are fantastic! well spotted


    here is a shot of my Youngest daughter enjoying the spring thaw, she was so happy she started levitating

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