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    The the time has once again come to start a new Digital M thread. I thought I start off with a cautionary tale... as in at least be careful who sees you grab that candid shot!

    I was in the lobby of a local building, which is often used by photographers. This photog was shooting a bride, so I grabbed a shot of him:



    Then I grabbed this shot of the bride (really of the lighting set up of the photog, which is what interested me.)


    A guy just to my left, immediately started in on me about how I should ask her permission first, and how I need her permission in writing or I could be sued, etc., etc. I thanked him for enlightening me, and wished him a good day, and started to leave. He asked if I wasn't going to delete the shots I took. I said, "No, I think I'll keep them", and walked away.

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    Great story, Lloyd. It's a cautionary and sad tale of what a photographer should never be ... rude and arrogant. Photographers that are so defensive usually are the ones trying to make up for professional inadequacies. Several months ago I made the mistake of asking a photographer if I could move his tripod that was about to be run-over by a forklift at a tradeshow ... he gave me an earful on not ever touching a 'professional's tools' ... never mind that he was about to lose his D3000 to the forklift operator. He then pointed to my camera and said he'd used every kind of camera there is including mine and stomped off in a huff. I laughed and turned the other way.

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    I thought you were going to say you pushed him over the balcony a la James bond!
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    Some people are just too uptight, jeez. I hope the forklift did run over that one guy's rig.

    And what's with placing the umbrella where the window light is coming from? I can see boosting the window light, but it has its own magic - and I'd probably want to wash out the tungsten lighting on the other side to balance the colors better. Good call on the response, heh.

    Anyway, @dude163 - that's a lovely shot.

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    Here's another cautionary tail (LOL) taken from an earlier experience with Lloyd...



    Sorry, I had to....Lloyd, you should have given that photog the ol' Ashwin treatment...By the way, Lloyd, is that the halway of the "Grand America Hotel" that I see in the cautionary tale of the evil angry wedding photog...
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    Some more from my recent trip to Hanoi:
















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    Great captures, Frank. I find the first 2 in your series to be the best to my eyes, with a cleaer focus point and thematic composition in each case. Great stuff!
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    New thread... cool!

    Gee, it seems all fresh and new here.

    Two with the 24 lux

    The first is a shot of the side-entrance chandeliers at the Riviera. From my April trip to Vegas.

    The second is a shot of the duck march at the Peabody Hotel. From my March trip to Orlando.



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    Ah heck, why not sure some pics of mine as well....





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    Hah, David that second image of the ducks taking a stroll down the red carpet is truly precious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Wow, you keep posting these amazing photos, Ashwin.

    This one is perfect in every way -- the composition, the processing, but most of all, it's a very special moment they will always treasure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Hah, David that second image of the ducks taking a stroll down the red carpet is truly precious!
    Thanks Ashwin.

    The Peabody is located right beside the convention center, so I went back a second time for another round of shots (the ducks do their march twice daily). You have to react fast, so I was in the absolute best position (squatting on the carpet) and knew I had gotten some great shots (even better than this one).

    Only problem: I left the lens cap on. Oops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Great story, Lloyd. It's a cautionary and sad tale of what a photographer should never be ... rude and arrogant. Photographers that are so defensive usually are the ones trying to make up for professional inadequacies. Several months ago I made the mistake of asking a photographer if I could move his tripod that was about to be run-over by a forklift at a tradeshow ... he gave me an earful on not ever touching a 'professional's tools' ... never mind that he was about to lose his D3000 to the forklift operator. He then pointed to my camera and said he'd used every kind of camera there is including mine and stomped off in a huff. I laughed and turned the other way.
    Great story, Kurt. Some people... sheesh.

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    I thought you were going to say you pushed him over the balcony a la James bond!
    Hmm... I can't say it didn't occur to me. BTW, very nice shot of the flowers.

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    Some people are just too uptight, jeez. I hope the forklift did run over that one guy's rig.

    And what's with placing the umbrella where the window light is coming from? I can see boosting the window light, but it has its own magic - and I'd probably want to wash out the tungsten lighting on the other side to balance the colors better. Good call on the response, heh.
    My guess is he was using the light to fill in the bride's right side. I saw some of his results (just on the screen of his camera), and that seemed to be the effect.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Here's another cautionary tail (LOL) taken from an earlier experience with Lloyd...



    Sorry, I had to....Lloyd, you should have given that photog the ol' Ashwin treatment...By the way, Lloyd, is that the halway of the "Grand America Hotel" that I see in the cautionary tale of the evil angry wedding photog...
    Ah yes... I timeless moment. And a cautionary tale indeed. Mess with the school Marm, and you might get your britches warmed! That's a favorite memory for me! Now we're talking decisive moment! The pix were taken in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building (formerly the Hotel Utah, which just passed it's 100th birthday last Thursday.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicFM View Post
    Some more from my recent trip to Hanoi:





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    Great series, Frank. I especially like these two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    New thread... cool!

    Gee, it seems all fresh and new here.

    Two with the 24 lux

    The first is a shot of the side-entrance chandeliers at the Riviera. From my April trip to Vegas.

    The second is a shot of the duck march at the Peabody Hotel. From my March trip to Orlando.
    Those are great shots, David. Love that duck march!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Wow, you keep posting these amazing photos, Ashwin.

    This one is perfect in every way -- the composition, the processing, but most of all, it's a very special moment they will always treasure.
    Big +1 from me, Ashwin. That first one is world class.

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    another Strobist style with my Metz Mecablitz ( I love that name!!!) My daughter the night before she woke up at 6 am with a 103F fever, I didnt notice she looked that sick until I processed this image


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    She doesn't look like it's her best day, for sure. Hope she's feeling better now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Wow, you keep posting these amazing photos, Ashwin.

    This one is perfect in every way -- the composition, the processing, but most of all, it's a very special moment they will always treasure.
    +1 great shot of the bride and child Ashwin!

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    She doesn't look like it's her best day, for sure. Hope she's feeling better now.

    She missed 2 days of school so far, and she asked me today " in the old days before computers what did people do when they were sick?"

    She has been reading up on dinosaurs and fossils all day

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    Hi Robert, hope the kiddo gets better faster. Dinosaurs and fossils...so she's reading about us?!?

    Before the internet? Gosh, that was, what 15 years ago, way back in 95-96...well, sigh, that was a bit of a while ago...LOL..
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    Lloyd, yup a true Bresson moment....I just got Bressoned...haha...
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    Thanks to you all for your kind words...the first shot was definitely a favorite of the bunch....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicFM View Post
    Some more from my recent trip to Hanoi:

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    Just love that first one Frank.

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    Elmar 90/4 at F11 , notice my daughter on the left in flip flops , In Canada , in April!

    she is also airbourne , pteeooowwwww





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    Lloyd/Robert/Ashwin/Frank/David: Brilliant work, all!

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    Trip to D.C. last Thanksgiving.

    1. M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/45s @ f/16; ISO 160


    2. M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/45s @ f/4.8; ISO 160


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    Lloyd, great story and capture Great new thread!!!
    Frank, excellent stuff. Love the first two shots.
    Ashwin, stunning shots!!! Just love #3, but #1 is a classic
    David, master of wide angles... great shots.
    Dude, hope your daughter is better !
    Matt, love #1!!

    I'm here on business in Bangkok for a few more days. Some shots over the last few days









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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    I'm here on business in Bangkok for a few more days. Some shots over the last few days




    Wow Charles, these are great! Difficult to pick a favourite so its a tie between these two - lovely images.

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    A quick "street style" grab while taking lunch on the boardwalk last week. CV 4/21 Color Skopar on the M9 via CornerFix:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    Elmar 90/4 at F11 , notice my daughter on the left in flip flops , In Canada , in April!

    she is also airbourne , pteeooowwwww

    full size is here : http://www.flickr.com/photos/rivervi...n/photostream/
    Great timing, Robert. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Trip to D.C. last Thanksgiving.

    1. M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/45s @ f/16; ISO 160


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    This is superb. Amazing light as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Wow Charles, these are great! Difficult to pick a favourite so its a tie between these two - lovely images.

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    What a terrific set, Charles. Like Mike, I hesitate to choose any favorites, but the same two stood out to me on first viewing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    A quick "street style" grab while taking lunch on the boardwalk last week. CV 4/21 Color Skopar on the M9 via CornerFix:
    Nicely captured, Michael. BTW, I love that little lens. Much underrated, IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    A quick "street style" grab while taking lunch on the boardwalk last week. CV 4/21 Color Skopar on the M9 via CornerFix:

    This is nice - love how the red jumps off the page.

    Talking of red:



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    Nice Mike! That's "Red" for sure.

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    Great shots all! Hard to keep up with you guys. Here are some recent ones

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    8 shot pano with 90 Elmarit-M



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    Frank, those are lovely shots. The lighting/feel is just sweet.

    Matt - wow. Perfect lighting and incredible detail.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nicely captured, Michael. BTW, I love that little lens. Much underrated, IMHO.
    Thanks, Lloyd! The lil' Skopar is still relatively new to me, but I've been shooting it quite a bit (as I do all new lenses) to shake it down and get used to it... For an "unusable lens" on the M9 I think it does alright.

    But yes, it's a gem. I also have the 28, 35 and 50 Color Skopars, all LTM. I love these things! You can stuff your pockets with 'em and not even know they're there. The 21 is darn good; even better now with the new FW on the M9.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    This is nice - love how the red jumps off the page...
    Thanks, Mike! I was a little surprised at how monotone the image was save for the red of the hat and bike myself. Heh. I think you have me beat though, LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    Thanks, Lloyd! The lil' Skopar is still relatively new to me, but I've been shooting it quite a bit (as I do all new lenses) to shake it down and get used to it... For an "unusable lens" on the M9 I think it does alright.

    But yes, it's a gem. I also have the 28, 35 and 50 Color Skopars, all LTM. I love these things! You can stuff your pockets with 'em and not even know they're there. The 21 is darn good; even better now with the new FW on the M9.
    Other than the 21, the only other Color Skopar I've owned is the 35. I was constantly amazed at it's performance (and it's tiny profile). I can't imagine why anyone would not want that lens.

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    making up for lost time.......

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    35 Lux ASPH




    50 Cron III




    and whats a post without sharing some from the family ???

    28 Cron




    new baby boy ....with 50 Cron III




    proud big sister.... Zeiss 50 Planar

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Great shots all! Hard to keep up with you guys. Here are some recent ones
    Some truly wonderful shots there, Ryan.

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    Ashwin, Lloyd, Mike, Matt, Charles - thank you for your comments!

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    making up for lost time.......

    new baby boy ....with 50 Cron III




    proud big sister.... Zeiss 50 Planar

    Priceless!! Congratulations all around.

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    Other than the 21, the only other Color Skopar I've owned is the 35. I was constantly amazed at it's performance (and it's tiny profile). I can't imagine why anyone would not want that lens.
    Oh, I know! The 35 was my first - I picked it up for the ridiculously small size primarily, the good performance and besides - how can you argue with the price? I was hooked; so I put together the collection. They're solid little chunks of metal and glass (especially the 50). But what I think really does it are the ten aperture blades. I don't know how they did it, but they all generally have 6-7 elements as well. Another good point is that they all share the same filter (39mm), hood and caps. So if you're traveling... Complete no-brainer, IMO.

    The 35, being my first - I shot the most with. A random sampling:







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    lots of nice shots today!

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    [QUOTE=rsolti13;325846]Great shots all! Hard to keep up with you guys. Here are some recent ones

    28 Cron










    Hey Ryan, these shots just scream Savannah, stopped there last year, very interesting spot you live in.
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    Mike and Lloyd, thank you
    Ryan, excellent set of shots!!! Congrats again
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    I saw a few Beemers today, a beautiful 1200RS bike at work, and an M coupe at lunch

    Bike with a 50 cron :






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    And the M coupe ina restaurant parking lot, taken with a Canadian Elmarit 135/2.8, kind f weird taking macro style shots from 2 metres away! I had also been shooting all day with the camera WB set to Flash, so the colours may be off a bit on the car and the bike





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