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    Here are some b/w images from a haunted house taken a couple of days ago. Lens was a late pre-asph lux 35, all images @ 1.4, ISO 2500.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ampguy View Post
    Here are some b/w images from a haunted house taken a couple of days ago. Lens was a late pre-asph lux 35, all images @ 1.4, ISO 2500.
    Very nice stuff, Ted. And impressive at ISO 2500, for sure. 22, 75 and 77 were my favs. Thanks for sharing.

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    BTW, some of the best M9 photos that I've seen anywhere on the interweb

    Really makes me look forward to shooting with my M9...

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Love the dancers Woody.

    Here are a couple of landscapes from the weekend - both with the WATE




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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Love the dancers Woody.

    Here are a couple of landscapes from the weekend - both with the WATE
    Beautiful work, Jono.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    Here are a couple of landscapes from the weekend - both with the WATE

    Very nice skies Jono. I love the WATE, and I love how the M9 handles the deep blue skies.
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    Thanks Lloyd, I like image # 22 a lot as well and posted that one on my blog. Someday one of those ultra fast wide 'luxes would be fun to use, but the old 35 still does ok for many dark b/w shots.

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    Very nice stuff, Ted. And impressive at ISO 2500, for sure. 22, 75 and 77 were my favs. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    A post on my daily blog from yesterday

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    Daily post from today

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    Daily post from Thursday


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    Jono - Terrific images - I particularly like the first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Thanks, Matt.

    The first 18mm shot (of the wedding party in Central Park) is cropped, and only because I was hesitant to intrude, so I couldn't get as close as I would have liked. The 18mm is so sharp, you can easily crop the images. I don't do that -- but that's just the way I prefer to shoot. When I crop an image, I inevitably come back later and decide the original framing was best. Not sure why, since at the time, it seemed as though I was just getting whatever shot I could.

    I sometimes push the 18mm images a stop or so in processing, which helps in marginal light situations. The RAW images hold up very well to processing.
    I was hoping that was your answer. The wide angle distortion towards the edges isn't immediately noticeable; which is nice. Thanks for responding. Great new pictures from Times Square. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    A post on my daily blog from yesterday

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    Is that the same church as in the well-known Ansel Adams shot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
    Is that the same church as in the well-known Ansel Adams shot?
    Unlikely. Adams did most of his work in Northern California, where there are similar churches (such as the Mendocino Presbyterian Church). Mendocino looks enough like a New England town that a 1966 Alan Arkin film "The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming" (about a submarine that runs aground in Nantucket) was shot there.

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    Very nice, Woody. I particularly like that shot of the church.

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    Woody - that church shot is fantastic.

    How did you keep all the verticals parrallel? My guess is that you used a really wide focal length (WATE), and chopped off the bottom third of the image?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow. Those just sing. That 75 cron has few peers, and you've employed it wonderfully.

    (By the way, welcome. I'm looking forward to many more great images posted here.)
    Lloyd, Thanks for the kind comments. Last Sunday was a great day i Brussels. I went with my wife, the M8, and the Noctilux f1 for a walk in the park Solvay. Here are a few impressions. Click on them for larger view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMB View Post
    Lloyd, Thanks for the kind comments. Last Sunday was a great day i Brussels. I went with my wife, the M8, and the Noctilux f1 for a walk in the park Solvay. Here are a few impressions. Click on them for larger view.

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    Wonderful, warm, autumn colors. Unfortunately, I can only see the thumbnails. Nothing happens when I click on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wonderful, warm, autumn colors. Unfortunately, I can only see the thumbnails. Nothing happens when I click on them.
    Thanks. I messed up with the upload. Next try.

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    I like the M9

    With Summilux 50 asph:

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    Still not working, unfortunately. When I click on the attachment link I'm getting an error message. Weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    Woody - that church shot is fantastic.

    How did you keep all the verticals parrallel? My guess is that you used a really wide focal length (WATE), and chopped off the bottom third of the image?

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    Mike - the church shot (and others like it) are stitches - the church is four panels; 30 Rock on my website is six panels. I do a rough cut at leveling and correcting perspective in the stitching software and true up to perfect in PS, using either the tools in the lens distortion filter, or the distort tool. For architectural subjects i've found that PTGui is a little more consistent than Autopano Pro. Esthetically for this type of treatment horizontal and vertical alignment need to be perfect - off by a little is worse than off by a lot because it looks like you tried and missed. Also intense detail is a key to the desired look so you need to optimize from a lens, f-stop and, if you're handholding from a shutter speed standpoint. The church was done with a 35 lux asph at f5.6 and 30 Rock with a 50 DR chron, also at 5.6. Both were handheld at 1/250 or so - a single frame with camera movement ruins the whole sequence. You can nudge the ISO up because noise gets relatively smaller as the file gets larger. Of course you have to work in manual mode and expose for the whole scene, because changing exposure gives the stitching software fitss.

    Stiching produces very, very large files but you need very high pixel density because the perspective correction "stretches" the top of the image - giving the same effect as uprezing. A super abundance of pixels at the top of the image compensates for this. Interestingly the loss of resolution toward the extreme end of the image often looks "natural" - comparable to the declining resolution that you get with a view camera as you approach the edge of the image circle with extreme shifts. Adding a bit of vignetting during processing can enhance this illusion.

    The B&W citiscape print that I brought to Oregon (the three panel M9 stitch) started out pointed downward by about 20 degrees (quite a lot) - I trued up perspective as described above. No one noticed or commented on any quality issues - again demonstrating the advantage of very large files - they give you the headroom to deal with perspective issues.

    Once you've thought and experimented through all of this its very fast to shoot and do the post processing.

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    "Style"

    Sunday afternoon at the Pike Place Market. Coming, or going? I asked if i could take their picture. Missed their feet. Cheers.

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    "Another Style"

    They were walking by and I asked if i could take their picture. It works. It was a Sunday, also. Maybe it's the camera. Cheers.

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    with the 35 Summarit (however the image is somewhat cropped):

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    I really like that lens. Such nice boke, and still sharp on her face (which is a little red, I guess it is getting cold where you are).
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Sunday afternoon at the Pike Place Market. Coming, or going? I asked if i could take their picture. Missed their feet. Cheers.

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    Nice! Those are some classy gentlemen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    They were walking by and I asked if i could take their picture. It works. It was a Sunday, also. Maybe it's the camera. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Love the dancers Woody.

    Here are a couple of landscapes from the weekend - both with the WATE



    Hey Jono

    You get a look and feel with the WATE that I don't see often (Mike Hatam being another exception). I am filling out my lens kit for the M9 and the WATE is high on that list. What I find interesting is that I never see the look you get with the WATE from those who use the 18 4.0. Since the whole issue may be the photographer and not the lens, is there any chance you could get an 18 4.0 and do some side by side shots with the WATE. I for one would really appreciate this as it would help me decide on the best lens for my work. As you well know, at its price the WATE is not a lens you should buy without really understanding its strengths and weaknesses.

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    More NYC photos. The first was with the 50 lux. The others were with the 18mm.












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    Two more with the 18mm. I'm trying out with the Viveza 2 plug-in from Nik Software.






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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Two more with the 18mm. I'm trying out with the Viveza 2 plug-in from Nik Software.

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    More nice stuff, David. Don't know Viveza, or what it can do, but these look very nice, very natural.

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    Learning from Love. Mimi and the youngest grandchild.

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    Pure love, Lloyd. Captured with lots of it.
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    Pure love, Lloyd. Captured with lots of it.
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    Thank you, Osman. Thank you for noticing.

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    Funny how things change but yet they don't. The entire time I worked in New York, this is how everything felt to me. I often felt like the guy in the middle of the top image... so much motion, so much energy, I never had time to bring it into focus, just move, move, move. Back in Manhattan last week, it seemed that it's still the same. Oddly, for me at least there's a certain comfort in that.

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    These are wonderful Lloyd. . . and they feel like a step outside your comfort zone (I'm jealous, I always want to step outside my comfort zone, but somehow there I am . . . right in the middle of it!).

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    Funny how things change but yet they don't. The entire time I worked in New York, this is how everything felt to me. I often felt like the guy in the middle of the top image... so much motion, so much energy, I never had time to bring it into focus, just move, move, move. Back in Manhattan last week, it seemed that it's still the same. Oddly, for me at least there's a certain comfort in that.

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    Those are superb images, Lloyd.

    Love the wide-angle motion -- it's just like the NYC streets with everyone rushing about. Looks like you've created a new photographic style (at least I haven't seen anything quite like it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    These are wonderful Lloyd. . . and they feel like a step outside your comfort zone (I'm jealous, I always want to step outside my comfort zone, but somehow there I am . . . right in the middle of it!).

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    Thank you Jono. It is a bit outside of my current photographic comfort zone for sure.

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    Those are superb images, Lloyd.

    Love the wide-angle motion -- it's just like the NYC streets with everyone rushing about. Looks like you've created a new photographic style (at least I haven't seen anything quite like it).
    Thank you David. I'm honored by your appreciation.

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    This morning from the front porch... a little Morning Magic.

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    Two more with the 18mm. I'm trying out with the Viveza 2 plug-in from Nik Software.
    David, beautiful photos. I thought Viveza 2 wasn't available, yet? Cheers.

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    [QUOTE=Lloyd;154179]This morning from the front porch... a little Morning Magic. CV 90/3.5 APO Lanthar:
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    Great color and contrast. Nice porch view. Cheers.

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    This morning from the front porch... a little Morning Magic. CV 90/3.5 APO Lanthar:
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    Great color and contrast. Nice porch view. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Funny how things change but yet they don't. The entire time I worked in New York, this is how everything felt to me. I often felt like the guy in the middle of the top image... so much motion, so much energy, I never had time to bring it into focus, just move, move, move. Back in Manhattan last week, it seemed that it's still the same. Oddly, for me at least there's a certain comfort in that.

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    These B & W "street' shots are terrific. Gritty "slices". Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Llyod,

    These B & W "street' shots are terrific. Gritty "slices". Cheers.

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    Thanks, Matt. Much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Funny how things change but yet they don't. The entire time I worked in New York, this is how everything felt to me. I often felt like the guy in the middle of the top image... so much motion, so much energy, I never had time to bring it into focus, just move, move, move. Back in Manhattan last week, it seemed that it's still the same. Oddly, for me at least there's a certain comfort in that.

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    Nice series. Love the treatment.

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    First day out with the M9...

    Worth the wait and I'm so happy that focus is spot on with the Noctilux @ f/1.0...














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    No images there I fear, they are blocked by your server.
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    Should be able to view the images now...thanks for the heads up jaapv!

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