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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Santa Monica again. MM + 50mm lux

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    Sunset. MM + 50 'lux.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    A couple from Istanbul last week:


    Vikings taking over the city


    Shoe shiner


    Constructions

    All with the MM and the Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2.
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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    A few from Chicago...


    MM + 50 Rigid Summicron

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    MM + 35 Summaron f2,8

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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Not getting much love for this one, but I thought it was a little bit clever...


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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    MM + Luxochron

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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    MM + 21mm SEM


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    MM = 21mm SEM

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    MM + 75mm cron.

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    Shinto purification ritual at Kanda Shrine, Tokyo last weekend. What a challenge with 4 degrees celsius outside temperature.

    MM with 90mm summicron pre asph at f: 2,8 and ISO 320







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    Some horn toot'n. Missed it by that much...
    Just found out about this and bridesmaid again (LoL) in this Leica sponsored contest. This time I got two Mark of Excellence Awards in this one contest and was in the top 37 out of almost 1300 entries. Top prize of $12,000 and an $8000 Leica MM
    Heres the link. My photos are on line 6 photo on the left and line 17 also on the left.
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    Whilst walking around Zurich tonight. Quite a née Ferrari with a special matt silver paint job. It really makes the lines and curves of the body stand out.



    Just for the record, no editing. Just OOC :-)
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    Wow it looks like a 3D render!

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    This one, Monochrom + Biogon 35mm
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    Out yesterday in Riverside, CA and later Adelanto, CA (middle of nowhere) with my M Monochrom and 50mm f/2 Summicron-M. ISO 320, yellow filter, minimal post.


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    I had previously purchased a used Carl Zeiss C Sonnar 50mm f/1.5 ZM and ended up selling it on as it was optimized for f/2.8 (and I bought it cheap and made some money on the sale). Well, I bought another one, also used, only this time verified as optimized by Carl Zeiss for f/1.5. The lens came in the mail yesterday, so of course I hooked it up to my M Monochrom and took it to my Rotary club meeting. These taken outside the building and in the bar before the meeting. I didn't expect the lens for another two days, so I didn't have a yellow or orange filter with me.

    Leica M Monochrom, ISO 320~400, Carl Zeiss C Sonnar 50mm f/1.5 ZM, no filter, minimal post.


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    Quote Originally Posted by airfrogusmc View Post
    Is than an F-1 in front and in the center background is that an 8X10 Deardorff?

    Love the shot BTW...
    Good observation! That's A1 in my son's hand, and 8x10 Deardorff in the middle at the back : )
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    photography class for my son
    Monochrom & 50APO
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    Kaiping, China
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    Raymond, the photo of your son was rendered nicely!
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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Guys, before I head back to my hometown for a few days, I'll just share some more photos, these were taken in Manila:

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    MM + Luxocron

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    Field barn being reclaimed by nature, Bonsall Moor, Derbyshire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdayv View Post
    Guys, before I head back to my hometown for a few days, I'll just share some more photos, these were taken in Manila:

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    Hi Dave,
    I have mixed feelings looking at your images, some I like a lot, the last two I dont feel compfortable looking at because I feel like someone peeping into the privacy of people.
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    Walking around City Center, Las Vegas early Sunday afternoon. Leica M Monochrom, ISO320, Carl Zeiss C Sonnar with yellow filter. Aperture usually at either f/1.5 or f/8. As always, minimal post.

    I love the dual nature of this lens. Wide-open it has bokeh like no other. Stopped down, it is every bit as sharp from corner to corner as anything modern.


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    New toy! Leica M Monochrom with 24mm f/3.8 Elmar-M ASPH. Wide-open, ISO 1600 at 1/25th sec (about 30 minutes before dawn). Minimal post.


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    OR nurse and on the job for 50 years.
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    Not getting much love for this one, but I thought it was a little bit clever...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    Hi Dave,
    I have mixed feelings looking at your images, some I like a lot, the last two I dont feel compfortable looking at because I feel like someone peeping into the privacy of people.
    Some of them are very sad,and make me realise how luck I am(We are..) to own Leica's etc..

    Artistically It's a good set as it offers contrasting emotions and situation's and shows that even people with very tough lives can laugh and smile..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    Hi Dave,
    I have mixed feelings looking at your images, some I like a lot, the last two I dont feel compfortable looking at because I feel like someone peeping into the privacy of people.
    I'm afraid you would as well have mixed feelings when visiting collections of pictures in the most reputable museums around the world or having a look at books about the history of photography as an art form, let alone at all those most educational pictures Magnum photographers have provided us with covering a wide variety of places and times and particularly revealing not just sunshine and roses.

    I think we have to give big thanks to Dave for sharing those pictures from his country in those really hard times, pictures that give us an authentic impression of the people/children who live there and have to overcome manifold difficulties.
    Best regards - Hermann
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    Tonight in Zurich at the opening of a new Leica Store in Zurich. It was announced in "Leica Rumors", so I thought I'd stop by :-)

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    Kind of blew this one, so here it is anyway.. :-)

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    "St Elsewhere" Not sure if this is any good, could be better perhaps. He was staring for a quite a long time and didn't move a muscle. I had time to approach him and take my time focusing. He still didn't take notice of me after I took the shot. But shortly afterwards, so he seems to be okay :-)

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    Bahnhofstrasse Zurich. I think she spotted me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    I'm afraid you would as well have mixed feelings when visiting collections of pictures in the most reputable museums around the world or having a look at books about the history of photography as an art form, let alone at all those most educational pictures Magnum photographers have provided us with covering a wide variety of places and times and particularly revealing not just sunshine and roses.

    I think we have to give big thanks to Dave for sharing those pictures from his country in those really hard times, pictures that give us an authentic impression of the people/children who live there and have to overcome manifold difficulties.
    I don't build my opinion and feeling based on the question if images hang in a well reputated museum or if they are posted in the internet.

    I like some of Daves images a lot but if I look at the last two I get the feeling that if I was the father of those kids I would not want to have those images spread. I also did not criticize him posting them, I just expressed what I felt when looking at them. If you feel different its your good right, you don't need to be afraid about my feelings by the way.

    Its not the fact that I would prefer looking at "sunshine and roses", I just don't like images so much where people are shot" from behind, or when they are sleeping and don't know they are photographed or even when they try to hide their face behind a newspaper. I think you can show social problems without "scratching" (don't know if its the right word) the dignity of the people in the image. That's all.

    If those were your kids, would you want the images spread over the internet? (I am only talking about the last two, specially the one where the kid hides the face with the newspaper.
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