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    Thanks for the comments. I edited in a second try on the first and third picture. The middle picture is illuminated solely by a video game, so I left it alone. On the first one, I went back to Leica's recommended color temperature set by AWB, and on the third I cranked back the highlight and shadow sliders. That one is white balanced off the neutral wall in the background. Do these look better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    Thanks for the comments. I edited in a second try on the first and third picture. The middle picture is illuminated solely by a video game, so I left it alone. On the first one, I went back to Leica's recommended color temperature set by AWB, and on the third I cranked back the highlight and shadow sliders. That one is white balanced off the neutral wall in the background. Do these look better?

    I'm rather Adobephobic -- when I put in my TAN number it tried to put me into a CC subscription, so I backed out and still don't have LR.
    The first picture seems a bit better but still rather red-pink. Indoor light generally tends to be more yellow, and if you have fluorescents, a bit greenish too. Getting skin tones correct with fluorescents is a PITA and usually end up with the scene having a mild, slightly green cast to it unless you do a lot more PP.

    I don't understand Adobephobia ... It's just software.

    The TAN number should net you the authorization code (looks like this: XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX) to use with a downloaded Lightroom installer. The default web page for LR and PS always bring you to the CC page by default, so ignore it. Go instead to https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb...downloads.html and download the latest revision of LR, version 6.3, for your Windows or OS X system. Install it, then input the authorization code. That's it.

    BTW, whenever you create a catalog, the default catalog has Adobe Cloud turned on. Be sure to wait until it shows the splash screen, click the button in the middle to turn it off, and then click Continue. They work hard to sell people subscriptions and cloud services these days, but I have no need of it and keep it turned off.

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    Re: Fun with the Elmarit-R 15/2.8 on the SL

    At the edges of Jerusalem are huge cemeteries. Where I come from, we scatter the ashes of loved ones where we think they would like to rest, e.g. in gardens, but not here. It makes for great high resolution pixel peeping tests, and the scenery is pretty dramatic:

    L1010150 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    Here's the view north, showing the highway entering Jerusalem, the train bridge under construction (two sections of it), a newish suburb (Ramot), a Palestinian town (Beit Iksa) and a small mosque on the hilltop honoring the prophet Samuel (or Samwil, or Shmuel -- there is contention for this hilltop):

    L1010154 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    The stones on the graves are a token of remembrance left by recent visitors.

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    P.S. Oh, I did comparative shots with the R 15/2.8 and the M 18/3.8. They both work well deep in the corners, as long as depth of field permits.
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    Re: Fun with the Elmarit-R 15/2.8 on the SL

    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    At the edges of Jerusalem are huge cemeteries. Where I come from, we scatter the ashes of loved ones where we think they would like to rest, e.g. in gardens, but not here. It makes for great high resolution pixel peeping tests, and the scenery is pretty dramatic:

    L1010150 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    Here's the view north, showing the highway entering Jerusalem, the train bridge under construction (two sections of it), a newish suburb (Ramot), a Palestinian town (Beit Iksa) and a small mosque on the hilltop honoring the prophet Samuel (or Samwil, or Shumuel -- there is contention for this hilltop):

    L1010154 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    The stones on the graves are a token of remembrance left by recent visitors.

    scott

    ...
    Looking at those images has given me an "Ahhh" moment. The rather irregular rectangular pattern is very strikingly similar to the Holocaust monument in Berlin.
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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)

    A couple more from the Palm Springs Air Museum ...


    Leica SL + Super-Elmar-R 15mm f/3.5
    ISO 1600 @ f/3.5 @ 1/60



    Leica SL + Super-Elmar-R 15mm f/3.5
    ISO 1600 @ f/3.5 @ 1/60

    enjoy!
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    (This is from the metal bridge above the river; the bridge is narrow and "weak" and vibrates a lot when traffic passes. There is a better viewpoint from the concrete "collar" around the base of the abutment, but this is several feet under water at present. I keep hoping to get access there, though the water level is receding only very slowly. With luck, at sunset, the sun sets in line with the river at this time of year, and there is a reflection along its length.)
    Sláinte

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    Fishermen (and -women and -boys!) on the incoming tide this morning, with an interesting sky as the next potential storm rain moved in -- SL+Zuiko 35-80mm, f2.8 all at f8


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    ....... forgot to add that all were converted using Silver Efex ......

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    Re: More Fun with the Leica SL and R 15/2.8

    Jared over on the LUF posted a very elegant picture of his Nespresso machine in operation, along with several weeks' supply of its capsules, and he was using this still life as a target for his APO-Elmarit-R 280, so everything compressed into a nice arrangement. Now let's try the other extreme -- Polish freeze-dried coffee made on an Israeli hot/cold filtered water machine, called a "Tami Arba."

    L1010175 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    and here the 15 is reorganizing space in an interesting way:

    L1010161 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)


    Leica SL + Super-Elmar-R 15mm f/3.5
    ISO 400 @ f/3.5 @ 1/200

    enjoy!
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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)

    SL with the 24-90.
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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)

    Out to lunch at a pizza parlor yesterday, things and people around me...


    Leica SL + Summicron-R 35mm f/2
    ISO 400 @ f/5.6 @ 1/60



    Leica SL + Summicron-R 35mm f/2
    ISO 320 @ f/2 @ 1/60



    Leica SL + Summicron-R 35mm f/2
    ISO 320 @ f/2.8 @ 1/60

    enjoy!

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital) @135mm

    Tried out the APO-Telyt M 135/3.4 today. It was singled out on TOP (TheOnlinePhotographer) as the single most useless focal length, so that was a challenge. First a portrait, of Leo, who resents being upstaged by a cute kitten that just adopted us

    L1010190 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    and here is the sort of fire hydrant you can have when it is extremely unlikely to freeze in winter

    L1010214 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    Leica SL + Super-Elmar-R 15mm f/3.5
    ISO 400 @ f/3.5 @ 1/125

    enjoy!

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    Leo has that look that has him thinking " dumb 135mm"...LOL. well I happen to like mine, so thats what I say to that! .

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital) with the unlikely APO-Telyt 135 M

    Ever notice that even on bright sunny days, shadows have soft outlines?

    L1010217 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    Scott, great photos. My dad is buried in Haifa overlooking a soccer field, with a view of the sea. I have a few photos of his headstone that I took with an M6 and the CV15.

    There are a few cemeteries here in South Florida off of the turnpike that I want to photograph. Just never had the guts. Glad you do. Very nice photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Scott, great photos. My dad is buried in Haifa overlooking a soccer field, with a view of the sea. I have a few photos of his headstone that I took with an M6 and the CV15.

    There are a few cemeteries here in South Florida off of the turnpike that I want to photograph. Just never had the guts. Glad you do. Very nice photos.
    Thanks.
    Jewish cemeteries near Miami? Big, like this one, with everything above ground? I'd love to visit. French cemeteries are pleasant places to wander around, especially in the South. Lots of pictures and memorabilia. They are not really very forbidding to photograph in. You should try.

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    Scott, I don't think they are Jewish cemeteries but they look very interesting, nonetheless. There are Jewish cemeteries, and older cemeteries that hold the bones of the families that developed the area at the expense of what was then the local population. They tended to be buried in mausoleums instead of in ground graves. Guess they think it will be easier to slide out a heavy stone than dig out from 6 feet worth of dirt.

    Anyway, there is a beautiful Jewish cemetery n Doral, FL, which took me by surprise.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital) with the unlikely APO-Telyt 135 M

    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    Ever notice that even on bright sunny days, shadows have soft outlines?

    scott

    Sun is diffuse not a point source ...


    http://sciencequestionswithsurprisin...shadow-blurry/


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    Re: Kitty POW

    This scruffy little bundle of fur

    L1010248 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    has gotten quite a bit bigger, mostly longer. Standing up,

    L1010249 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    she rather resembles a weasel:

    L1010255 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    SX 80 R @ 2.0 ISO 1000 1/80

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)

    A couple of my 1:43 scale model cars ... Peugeot 504 and FIAT 128.





    Feel free to visit Flickr.com and see the rest of this small set (eight in all): https://flic.kr/s/aHsksdEE5A

    All photos made with the Leica SL + Leitz Focusing Bellows R + Macro-Elmar-R 100mm f/4.

    Enjoy!
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    Re: Leica SL (digital) captures the rest of the family

    There's a thread on the Leica User Forum (LUF) asking to see all the Leica's or other family members that you use. I used the SL to shoot this one, with an M2, M8, M9, and two M240s. Plus lotsa lenses:

    L1010283 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    ISO 3200 @ 1/6, f/8 or f/11. Super-Elmarit 15 on the SL.

    Proportions get a little strange when you shoot from that close, so I also shot a mosaic with my Olympus 60 macro on an E-P5. Now I have to see if I can get the 8 to 10 overlapped shots to stitch together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Scott, I don't think they are Jewish cemeteries but they look very interesting, nonetheless. There are Jewish cemeteries, and older cemeteries that hold the bones of the families that developed the area at the expense of what was then the local population. They tended to be buried in mausoleums instead of in ground graves. Guess they think it will be easier to slide out a heavy stone than dig out from 6 feet worth of dirt.

    Anyway, there is a beautiful Jewish cemetery n Doral, FL, which took me by surprise.
    My understanding is that Jewish burial practice discourages or even prohibits the use of above ground crypts. If these are Jewish cemeteries, the dead are most likely buried beneath the crypts, which are practically just elaborate headstones. (Think "dust to dust.") Burial within a sealed outdoor crypt or indoor mausoleum for the general population is a Catholic practice (think of New Orleans' cities of the dead), predicated on physical considerations like a very high water table, I believe.

    I agree, whatever the origin or affiliation, they make lovely subjects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MCTuomey View Post
    My understanding is that Jewish burial practice discourages or even prohibits the use of above ground crypts. If these are Jewish cemeteries, the dead are most likely buried beneath the crypts, which are practically just elaborate headstones. (Think "dust to dust.") Burial within a sealed outdoor crypt or indoor mausoleum for the general population is a Catholic practice (think of New Orleans' cities of the dead), predicated on physical considerations like a very high water table, I believe.

    I agree, whatever the origin or affiliation, they make lovely subjects.
    South Florida struck me as having a rather high water table, hence above-ground structures would make sense. Jerusalem and Tel Aviv certainly do not. I have only participated in one funeral since coming here, and burial was as you describe -- well below the stone that you see. But we are a thrifty people, and the layering is rather dense, with many levels made ready for future occupation. It is an interesting exercise in real estate development. In France, headstones indicate the duration of occupancy. Here I don't see that information. So in addition to being visually striking, cemetaries have social interest.

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    First shots. Actually, first were yesterday, but it took most of a day to get used to the camera, so these are the first, with a variety of lenses. (I should add, it's a drear raining day, hence the what's-happening-in-the-house photos.)

    Varior-Elmar 80-200mm f/4 ISO 4000




    Apo-Telyt-M 1:3.4/135 ISO 4000




    Apo-Summicron-M 1:2/75 ASPH . ISO 400




    50mm AA ISO 3200




    I ducked outside for this one shot of one of the rain catchers we've been using against the drought:

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    Ed,
    very nice images.
    Thanks for sharing.
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    High-tide this morning -- Zuiko 35-80 @50 ....

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    APO-Telyt-R 180 ...

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    processed with SilverEfex

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    More fussing around pretending to test:

    Macro-Elmarit-R 60mm f/2.8, ISO 640



    Vario-Elmar-R 80-200 with APO 2X extender, ISO 800



    Same as above

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    Quote Originally Posted by johneaton View Post
    High-tide this morning -- ...
    Lovely stuff, John! The views onto the water are beautiful there.

    Your photos bring back memories. I used to live in Aptos, 1982 to 1985, way up on Aptos View Road.

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    I'm in Chile with a bunch of astronomers this week. This sculpture, in a park in Santiago de Chile seemed appropriate:

    L1010335 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    There are certain requirements for a good scientific discussion

    L1010356 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    SL, SX80 @f/8 or so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Lovely stuff, John! The views onto the water are beautiful there.

    Your photos bring back memories. I used to live in Aptos, 1982 to 1985, way up on Aptos View Road.

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    Thank you Godfrey -- if you ever want to swing by a renew old memories, just let me know

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)

    From today's walk at The Argory, co Armagh:

    The Lime Walk



    It's a posh house, with a winter and a summer front door. This is the winter door; despite appearances, the knocker isn't upside down

    Sláinte

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    Quote Originally Posted by johneaton View Post
    Thank you Godfrey -- if you ever want to swing by a renew old memories, just let me know
    I may have to take you up on that! I haven't visited Aptos for a very long time and I have another friend to drop in on in Capitola too. Perhaps next weekend or something like that. I'll be in touch. :-)

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    From a gray Saturday morning walk, a few weeks past...


    Leica SL + Elmarit-R 19mm f/2.8
    ISO 80 @ f/2.8 @ 1/40 sec

    enjoy!
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    Re: Santiago, Vitacura district

    L1010321 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    SL, SX 80

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    A quiet end to the day between storms ... SL + vario-elmar 35-70 @35


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    Taken with 28-90 Vario-Elmarit-R.

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    Vario-Elmar-R 35-70 f/4, ISO 8000

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    Tonight's Monterey Bay sunset -- SL + 21-35 @24

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    75mm Summicron, ISO 1600

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    Lovely, simple, excellent photo! Thanks Ed.

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    salar de Atacama, Chile

    L1010466 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    SL, APA Elmarit-R 180 (cropped about 2X)

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)

    Finally, after overcast days... 75mm Summicron

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)

    It was good to get out with a camera again yesterday on my walk.







    all: Leica SL + Skink Pinhole (f/47 Zone Plate disc)
    ISO 1600 @ f/47 @ ~1/30

    Set of ten photos available @
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    enjoy!

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    Good light here last few days. Great pinhole shots G! 75mm Summicron.
    With the SL files in Lightroom, I find myself using a negative clarity value.

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    Re: Doing science in Santiago de Chile

    I have to repost one picture that I showed before because it suffered link rot. The rest are new:

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    SL with either SX-R 80 or Super Elmarit-R 15 (it should be apparent which is which).
    Album link for Santiago (both M240 and SL with R lenses):

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    Re: Museums covering the Allende/Pinochet period in Chile

    Two from the Museum Memorial of Human Rights and two from the more circumspect museum of the history of Chile that was built during the Pinochet regime. The first two are self-explanatory, the third (I think) is a cartoon from the period of the "Chicago Boys," and the last is from a painting of Bernardo O'Higgins, liberator of Chile, as he goes into exile when the others among the ruling elite found him too dictatorial.

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    Album link

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)

    For SL (and M240) pictures from the northern deserts of Chile the album is here.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica SL (digital)

    When it rains move inside for another still life -- SL + Macro-Elmarit 60mm

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