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  1. Peter Klein

    Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    More fun with my recently acquired MM v.1. First one is with a tabbed 50mm Summicron, the rest with v.4 35mm Sumicron. Bodyguard by Peter Klein, on Flickr Cubist birthday by Peter Klein, on Flickr Father and daughter by Peter Klein, on Flickr Grilling kabob by Peter Klein, on Flickr...
  2. Peter Klein

    Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Long time no see, everyone. I'm now the happy owner of an MM (9). Here's a trio from my first couple of weeks with it: Danny with ice cream by Peter Klein, on Flickr Espressivo by Peter Klein, on Flickr Bodyguard by Peter Klein, on Flickr
  3. Peter Klein

    Capture One v7 layer issue, fixed in v8?

    I opened a support case with Phase One. It turns out that I inadvertently had the "Auto Mask" box checked. This is the function that allows the mask to adjust itself to edges (e.g. to mask the bright sky but leave adjacent buildings out of the mask). So it was partially user error in this...
  4. Peter Klein

    Looking for a perspective from those who used to shoot Leica M and have moved on...

    Just wanted to say I thoroughly enjoyed reading this thread. Insightful and civil. GetDPI is a good place to be. --Peter
  5. Peter Klein

    Capture One v7 layer issue, fixed in v8?

    I've been noticing a problem with Capture One v. 7.1.2 when I use "local adjustments" (layers) to dodge or burn in masked areas of a photo. It appears that high-contrast edges are "echoed" in an adjacent area with a line a pixel or two wide. I wonder if anyone else has seen this, and if the...
  6. Peter Klein

    Fun w/Digital M Images

    Well, Dan, orange you glad you took that picture? :D --Peter
  7. Peter Klein

    Black & White pics, show yours !!!

    Motion Motion by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr
  8. Peter Klein

    How about more and more fun with Leica M? (Film)

    "Shtoh?" (what?) 'Shtoh?' (what?) by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr
  9. Peter Klein

    How about more and more fun with Leica M? (Film)

    Listening Claire, listenng by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr
  10. Peter Klein

    How about more and more fun with Leica M? (Film)

    "I'll Google it" I'll Google it by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr --Peter
  11. Peter Klein

    How about more and more fun with Leica M? (Film)

    I decided to shoot some film again and see what happened. M6, Voigtlander 50/1.5 Nokton LTM, Tri-X. Michael: Michael by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr Nurse: Nurse by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr
  12. Peter Klein

    It's the IBIS Jono you Wassack

    Agreed 100% on m43 and M system complementing each other. And I forgot to say before, excellent article, Jono. It's nice to see a person's thought process in choosing what camera is the best for them, and you've conveyed that very well.
  13. Peter Klein

    E-M1 vs. E-M5, how much better?

    Thanks, everyone. Godfrey, that was the missing piece, that the original ZD lenses are just as usable as the new ones. That makes the decision easier. I'm feeling more inclined to upgrade to the E-M1 eventually. We'll see. I'll have to make another trip to the camera store with my E-M5 and...
  14. Peter Klein

    E-M1 vs. E-M5, how much better?

    I should mention that I've owned the E-M5 for over a year, plus a trio of primes (20/1.7, 25/1.4, 45/1.8) and the kit zoom from a Panny G1. I use the John Milich grip, which is a superbly machined piece of metal with no electronic extras. I'm used to the small controls even though I have large...
  15. Peter Klein

    E-M1 vs. E-M5, how much better?

    A question for those who have owned both: In practical shooting terms, how much better and faster is the E-M1 over the E-M5? I'm having a hard time getting a handle on the practical differences. I'm most interested in the viewfinder lag, focusing (especially in lower light), and general...
  16. Peter Klein

    It's the IBIS Jono you Wassack

    As tempting as some of the bigger-sensor offerings are, I have stayed with micro-4/3 as my "everything else" camera (a Leica M8 being my main squeeze). Micro-4/3 is not the very best at everything, but it seems to have the best *combination* of everything. With the IBIS as the thing that...
  17. Peter Klein

    E-M1 new Electronic Shutter firmware 1.3?

    Annna: I'm very happy to see Olympus fixing the shutter shock issue with an electronic shutter option, and I do hope it "trickles down" to the E-M5, too. But... Someone I know who has connections with Olympus has said that they only licensed the electronic shutter for the E-M1 (someone else...
  18. Peter Klein

    Fun w/Digital M Images

    M8, 35/1.4 ASPH. Nika and Zhenya by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr --Peter
  19. Peter Klein

    One Year with a Leica M

    Good assessment, Jono. A pleasure to read.
  20. Peter Klein

    E-M1 and 12-40mm f/2.8

    You'll like it, Godfrey. When I'm using primes, it's what's on my E-M5 most of the time. It does have some barrel distortion, which the camera fixes in JPG, and most of the good raw processors can deal with. Apart from that, it's just a fast, nice-drawing lens.
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