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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

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    75 lux at 1.4 in the fog.
    Man, Walter Mandler really got this lens right. Beautiful rendering!

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    Cindy Wrote: >>> Out of Business and "LEFT BEHIND".

    Cindy I see the "LEFT BEHIND" in your photos, but what about the "RIGHT BEHIND(S)"??


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    Cindy Wrote: >>> Out of Business and "LEFT BEHIND".

    Cindy I see the "LEFT BEHIND" in your photos, but what about the "RIGHT BEHIND(S)"??


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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    What a great series from the flowershop, Matt.

    And Cindy, I love your Out of Business compositions.
    By the way, what route are you planning to take now that you have sold your Nikon rig and some of your M stuff, if I may be so curious (I have always admired the fine images you used to make with Mamiya lenses bolted on Nikon bodies) ?

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

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    What a great series from the flowershop, Matt.

    And Cindy, I love your Out of Business compositions.
    By the way, what route are you planning to take now that you have sold your Nikon rig and some of your M stuff, if I may be so curious (I have always admired the fine images you used to make with Mamiya lenses bolted on Nikon bodies) ?
    Thanks, Lloyd and Steen.

    Steen, I loved using the Mamiya lenses on the D700 and S5, but I have decided to try to focus my kit more. I am going to make Leica M (M8 and M4P) my main kit. I need to re-build my lens selection because I sold off my best lenses. Once that is done, I hope to upgrade to M9.
    I'm trying to improve my MF film skills with a small Mamiya kit and I'm going to use M4/3 for macro and reach. The M4/3 is nice because a body and prime fits in my purse (which is always with me).

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

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    I want to play too, but this is the best I could muster on short notice.
    The upside down thing is so tempting. This one is upside down, and also pushed around a little for effect. Fun!

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    I want to play too, but this is the best I could muster on short notice.
    Lloyd, that is pretty cool. Nice pick on a picture that works well when reversed.

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    The upside down thing is so tempting. This one is upside down, and also pushed around a little for effect. Fun!
    Very kewl image, Tim. I say, 'push 'em around a bit, 'til they agree to get in line!'. You certainly did so here. That "sky" looks like a painted backdrop. And the whole image has a painterly quality to it. Nice pushing indeed.

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    Lloyd, that is pretty cool. Nice pick on a picture that works well when reversed.
    Thanks. Lucky pick really.

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    Very kewl image, Tim. I say, 'push 'em around a bit, 'til they agree to get in line!'. You certainly did so here. That "sky" looks like a painted backdrop. And the whole image has a painterly quality to it. Nice pushing indeed.
    Thanks Lloyd. But I have a couple of confessions to make. First, that's a Nikon shot (oops) and second, that moon is phony. (I feel so dirty!)

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    Thanks Lloyd. But I have a couple of confessions to make. First, that's a Nikon shot (oops) and second, that moon is phony. (I feel so dirty!)
    AACK!!! Gargle with salt water immediately!! Helps forestall infection!

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    AACK!!! Gargle with salt water immediately!! Helps forestall infection!
    Mea Culpa. I'll shoot three brick walls and two fruit bowls as penance.

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    Mea Culpa. I'll shoot three brick walls and two fruit bowls as penance.
    As long as you don't post them there, we're cool with that.

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    Just to wash away the taste of that Nikon faux pas, I'll post this (now somewhat old) M8 shot.

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    Just to wash away the taste of that Nikon faux pas, I'll post this (now somewhat old) M8 shot.
    Ahh... I feel so much better now. (That is a gorgeous shot, btw.)

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

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    I took Jonos advice and have it set as a 28 Elmarit. I also tried all settings and he is correct, the 28 Elmarit is the best setting with the M9. It still has some slight vignetting at 2.8 though but the pink left side issue is pretty much a non issue when its set as a 28.
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    Great shot as well (and not a drop of pink )

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    My poor mount, waiting impatiently for better weather.

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    Last edited by Lloyd; 18th November 2009 at 15:04.

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    More Noctilux and M9 @ f/1.0...

















    My favorite from the day, but I'm not sure which conversion I like better (if anyone wants to try converting to B&W I would be interested to see other people's take on this one as well...PM me and I'll send you a link to the color version)...

    LR preset conversion,


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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

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    Just to wash away the taste of that Nikon faux pas, I'll post this (now somewhat old) M8 shot.

    You are forgiven. This shot is stunning!

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    Some stunning work. Wow. I especially like the woman in the crosswalk.

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    Took a run at f1point0's image:

    Four versions:

    PS4 with an action I made to mimic Tri-X 400:


    Three more done in Lightroom 2.5:

    Higher contrast, "Street" look:


    Agfa 400 preset:


    Sort of an Ilford XP1 Super look I made a preset of... and my fav of the four:


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    Thanks Lloyd. I like the last one best as well!

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

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    You are forgiven. This shot is stunning!
    Thanks Cindy! It's been awhile since I made the jpeg, can't remember why I cropped it like that.

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    Interesting shots! There is something going one with Silver Efex though -- look at the bokeh above and to the left of the women's heads -- in other conversion the specular highlights are solid and evenly toned in silver efex they have more pronounced edges, and are dark in the centers -- exaggerating the ring-bokeh effect. It's not a major effect, but kind of interesting...I wonder what it is doing that causes that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    Man, I want a classic Noctilux sooooooo bad...here is one from today with the 50 Nokton 1.1. Its no Noctilux though.
    Love the shot and the conversion, Steve. The Noctilux has loads of character and I'd love to own one some day, but the Nokton is superior in other ways, and you've put it to great use!
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    From my daily blog. All shot with an M9 and a 35mm chron asph., which is turning out to be one of the most flexible and usable lenses on this camera for me.

    Monday - 919 Third Avenue in New York:

    Attachment 25012


    Tuesday - Summer Street, Boston:

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    Sunrise this morning in Boston from the World Trade Center pier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Just to wash away the taste of that Nikon faux pas, I'll post this (now somewhat old) M8 shot.
    That is a beautiful image - every element is superb! Well done. I like it in that near square format. Maybe its the 6x6 Hasselblad shooter in me, but everything fits in beautifully.

    Of course the tonality and out of focus are superb. The quality of capture speaks for itself despite the fact we are viewing it over the web - but, its easy to see how nicely it will print.

    May I ask, what focal length did you shoot with?

    As an M7 shooter, I'm interested now in obtaining an M8 or M8.2. The images I have see over time have a look I really like - so like Portra NC 160. Maybe that is not a coincidence since both are by Kodak. Is that a view M8 users share?

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    Woody,
    I really enjoyed your blog which is full of interesting shots.
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    May I ask, what focal length did you shoot with?

    As an M7 shooter, I'm interested now in obtaining an M8 or M8.2. The images I have see over time have a look I really like - so like Portra NC 160. Maybe that is not a coincidence since both are by Kodak. Is that a view M8 users share?
    Thank you simonpg! The shot is taken with the 75 Summilux and I believe it was at f1.4 or 1.8. It's a beautiful lens.

    As for the M8 being film-like, I'm afraid I can't answer very well. Prior to shooting digital, my memories of the color film I used to shoot go all the way back to Ektachrome and VPS. Fuji wasn't even a factor in the market. And while many shooters do indeed look for film characteristics with their new camera kits, I prefer to enjoy the unique abilities the digital cameras offer. It's even possible (in my mind at least) for there to come a day when people will say things like: "the qualities of this new XXXX camera are very reminiscent of the M8".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    From my daily blog. All shot with an M9 and a 35mm chron asph., which is turning out to be one of the most flexible and usable lenses on this camera for me.

    Monday - 919 Third Avenue in New York:

    Attachment 25012


    Tuesday - Summer Street, Boston:

    Attachment 25013

    Sunrise this morning in Boston from the World Trade Center pier.

    Attachment 25014
    Nice work, Woody. I've also very much enjoyed the images on your blog.

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    An overcast afternoon in Besiktas, Istanbul.
    M8 + Summicron 75.
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    An overcast afternoon in Besiktas, Istanbul.
    M8 + Summicron 75.
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    Lots of nice things going on in those, Osman. I like the point of focus on the boat in that first one, and the look on the woman on the right of the pair goes perfectly with the selective color in that second one.

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    Thank you Lloyd. When armed with a 75mm lens, ordinary scenes suddenly turn into little episodes, don't they?

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    Thank you Lloyd. When armed with a 75mm lens, ordinary scenes suddenly turn into little episodes, don't they?
    Well sir, in your capable hands they certainly do.

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    An overcast afternoon in Besiktas, Istanbul.
    M8 + Summicron 75.
    Mighty fine, Otumay. You made the best of an overcast day. Looks like a lovely place to spend an afternoon.

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    From a couple of weeks ago. Leica 18mm lens again.

    That's my better half at the bottom of the frame (I'm referring to my wife... not my bottom half ). We were visiting Reynolda Gardens in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.



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    From a couple of weeks ago. Leica 18mm lens again.

    That's my better half at the bottom of the frame (I'm referring to my wife... not my bottom half ). We were visiting Reynolda Gardens in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

    Another fine example. (and I assume you also didn't mean to suggest that that is the better half of your better half either. Correct? )

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    Another fine example. (and I assume you also didn't mean to suggest that that is the better half of your better half either. Correct? )
    My better quarter? For the record... (chooses words carefully here)... all fractional portions of my wife are held in the highest esteem.

    I showed her your post about buying the Noctilux and your wife's reaction to the magic it brings. My wife then asked how much the Noctilux costs, and I replied that these days a brand new one can cost $10,000. Her response was, "It would be worth it, if you could take a really good picture of me." I think she was half serious about it. I'm just not sure which half, in this case, is the better half.

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    My better quarter? For the record... (chooses words carefully here)... all fractional portions of my wife are held in the highest esteem.

    I showed her your post about buying the Noctilux and your wife's reaction to the magic it brings. My wife then asked how much the Noctilux costs, and I replied that these days a brand new one can cost $10,000. Her response was, "It would be worth it, if you could take a really good picture of me." I think she was half serious about it. I'm just not sure which half, in this case, is the better half.
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    Mighty fine, Otumay. You made the best of an overcast day. Looks like a lovely place to spend an afternoon.
    Thank you, David. You have made very good use of one of my favorite lenses, the 18mm Super-Elmar.

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    Just driving home last evening, and the M8 " lying "around in the car. No moon to be seen so...

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    Very kewl.

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    "NO WAY OUT" - M9/WATE at 16mm and F4

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    Lloyd I like one and four...you want to share or sell your actions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    "NO WAY OUT" - M9/WATE at 16mm and F4
    WATE?!
    Steve . . .you been spending money?
    I must say, I love the WATE on the M9

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    WATE?!
    Steve . . .you been spending money?
    I must say, I love the WATE on the M9
    Ha ha..I wish! No, Leica sent me this to check out for two weeks and then I will sadly have to return it. I would love to own it though. Maybe one day.

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    An overcast afternoon in Besiktas, Istanbul.
    M8 + Summicron 75.
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    These are really great. I, also, like the in-focus ferry and the OOF foreground in the first photo. What the heck is that pink stuff in the second photo? Are they pillows, or, cotton candy? do you have cotton candy in Istanbul? Good capture. Cheers.

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