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    I first visited this lake as a small boy – at least 70 years ago – and I remember watching the turtles.


    [IMG]Jewel Lake, Tilden, Berkeley by thompsonkirk, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    I first visited this lake as a small boy – at least 70 years ago – and I remember watching the turtles.


    [IMG]Jewel Lake, Tilden, Berkeley by thompsonkirk, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Beautiful Shot - Beautiful Image !!

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    nice sharing

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    Head Start by michael_toye, on Flickr
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    A few pics.. I love this camera.



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    Barmy London architecture, lol


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    Textures, Old Stoneface Park, Berkeley

    I didn't know the name of this little park until I checked a Google map, but I remember we played here as children. My Cub Scout pack met just down the street in Tommy Burton's garage; my sister played with his sisters; and I'll bet my cousins came here too.

    As a Cub I was devoid of aesthetic sensibilities. The grass was for games, the rocks and trees for climbing. Until I went back to take its picture, I didn't know our playground was such a beautiful and even mysterious spot.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Jamie with Sony RX100M3
    MM with 35mm Summicron ASPH


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    Quote Originally Posted by erudolph View Post
    Jamie with Sony RX100M3
    MM with 35mm Summicron ASPH


    Ed, the MM shines at night!
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    [MM | 28 Cron]
    note: on the last pic, there is a noticeable circular banding, shot at ISO 3200, exposed for the highlights, shadows pulled up in pp.
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    A fine series.

    I hadn't seen circular banding before. Is it something about hi ISO and a particular angle of light?

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    Wonderful set again Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    A fine series.

    I hadn't seen circular banding before. Is it something about hi ISO and a particular angle of light?
    Kirk, I think this type of moire-ish banding can be an artifact of using rotation or lens correction in LightRoom when a dark high ISO image has been pushed hard. Not sure if that's what's happening in dave's case, but it has happened to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    A fine series.

    I hadn't seen circular banding before. Is it something about hi ISO and a particular angle of light?
    Kirk, thanks. My observation is when the shot is undexposed heavily at high ISO (at ISO 3200 and up) then when the shadows are pulled up in post process. It's very seldom though.

    ReeRay, thanks!!
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    Go easy on me, my first try. All shot wide open...











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    I'm beginning to really like this lens! Here's another set, all shot wide open...

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    5.


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    Michael, how did you shoot this one? There's a lot of depth, did you zone focus on this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xdayv View Post
    Michael, how did you shoot this one? There's a lot of depth, did you zone focus on this?
    on the streets i"m shooting between f/5 and f/6.3. Usually I zone for 4m, but this shot was a proper focus on the lad as I had a few seconds to catch it.

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    Playing around with the processing of this one... I love the detail. I've ordered a 30x40 test print from DSI. I'm excited to see what the MM prints look like when they are exposed on traditional analog Ilford RC.

    Hutchins Redux

    And now for something corny....

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    [MM | 90 Summarit]
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    [MM | 90 Summarit]
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    Literally my first test shot on today's photo walk. Caught in the cross hairs!


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    Monochrom, Summarit 75, yellow filter:



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    @Michael - nice early catch!

    @Chris - how are you liking the 75mm FL? Summarit in particular?
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    [MM | 90 Summarit]
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    It's sunny London!! A few shots of what people are up to...

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    Hi
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    Rain Shot #2
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    And #3
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    @Chris - how are you liking the 75mm FL? Summarit in particular?
    I love this little lens! I first used it an the M8 where it was like a 90 and just great for portraits. I have bought and sold three Summarit 90's but none of them were anything like as sharp as the 75, and my other three 90mm lenses each have their own drawbacks (long throw focussing, small aperture in the case of the MacroElmar). So I use 75 for my portraits, and generally the Summarit rather than the Summilux. It is small, light, has a broad rubberised focussing ring that hits focus very quickly. I might be talking through my hat, but some lenses seems to snap into focus more obviously that others, and the Summarits 75 and 35 belong to that group. I could live happily with just this lens and the 35FLE.

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    I love this little lens! I first used it an the M8 where it was like a 90 and just great for portraits. I have bought and sold three Summarit 90's but none of them were anything like as sharp as the 75, and my other three 90mm lenses each have their own drawbacks (long throw focussing, small aperture in the case of the MacroElmar). So I use 75 for my portraits, and generally the Summarit rather than the Summilux. It is small, light, has a broad rubberised focussing ring that hits focus very quickly. I might be talking through my hat, but some lenses seems to snap into focus more obviously that others, and the Summarits 75 and 35 belong to that group. I could live happily with just this lens and the 35FLE.

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    Chris, thanks for your reply. My 90mm is by far the more challenging lens to focus, but when it nails it, I'm a happy camper. I think your 75 pairs up nicely to the 35.

    @Alajuela - the third pic I like most, those facial expression in particular.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xdayv View Post
    Chris, thanks for your reply. My 90mm is by far the more challenging lens to focus, but when it nails it, I'm a happy camper. I think your 75 pairs up nicely to the 35.

    @Alajuela - the third pic I like most, those facial expression in particular.
    Thank you very much Dave, I appreciate the comment.


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    Here's another with the Summarit 75:



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    Legananny Dolmen





    WATE at 16mm

    I think this works better as b/w. I tried a colour version (it's on the fun with M tab here) but I don't like it so much.
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    Rhubarb Liqueur distilled locally (yes, legally too!):



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    So much fine work on this thread since I last looked! I especially liked the detail and texture in Robert's dolmen (pl. dolmens?) – nice work with WATE. Thx everyone.

    There's no fog or haze in this scene – it's sunlight breaking through clouds onto drought-dry California hills.

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    And another of the parks where I played as a kid.

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    Fenced pathway, Codronices Park, Berkeley by thompsonkirk, on Flickr
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    Beaghmore



    WATE at 16mm

    The stones align with the summer solstice, apparently.
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    Returning with a few from my Silver Mono....


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