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

    Thank you, Matt. Yes, there are cotton candy vendors here, carrying their merchandise tied to a stick they bear like a spear.
    Here is a b/w jpeg from M8 and Summicron 75mm. I like out of camera b/w jpegs a lot.
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    wow WOODY
    LOVE That last Citiscape shop...TRES COOOOL
    Thanks Helen. Two stops plus and minus exposure bracketing and combined in Photomatix Pro. Handheld - Photomatix does a good job of aligning layers. I generally don't do HDR - I don't care for flattened out look that most people end up with, but I use the non-HDR "photo fusion" feature in photomatix and then use a curves or levels layer in Photoshop to make the image less HDR looking.

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    Pike Place Market in Seattle. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Pike Place Market in Seattle. Cheers.
    Excellent photo, Matt. The B&W works especially well there.

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    Three more from Times Square.









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    Very nice, David

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

    Woody, I'll add my congratulations for your Boston cityscape capture - beautiful colour!

    Thanks for sharing, great blog too

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Thank you, Matt. Yes, there are cotton candy vendors here, carrying their merchandise tied to a stick they bear like a spear.
    Here is a b/w jpeg from M8 and Summicron 75mm. I like out of camera b/w jpegs a lot.
    Best,
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    I've been quite pleased with the in-camera b/w most of the time as well. (Doesn't hurt to have nice subjects to shoot either. )

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    Ok guys, 3 more from the WATE. Been shooting this lens all day and I have some images (not these three) that had me looking around the house for stuff to sell to fund one. No luck, but this is one heck of a wide angle.







    I am thrilled with the M9 and have become pretty attached to it. I am also excited as next week I am getting a Noctilux F1 and the week after a Noctilux .95 (to test, not to keep).

    Should be fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by s.agar View Post
    Bebert, thanks for the photos. Very beautiful photos.

    I used to have the CV15mm, and had lots of color changes on the sides and corners. (M8) I had no oppurtunity of coding it, so I had to sell. You seem to be more lucky.

    On the contrary, I still have my CV12mm, and even without coding, it gives much less problems. Here is a sample from Rome, Spanish steps: (no corrections applied incl. for vignetting. But of course it's taken with an M8 not FF M9)



    I always wonder why the wider lens has less problems for me.

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    Hey Seyhun

    I really like the image of Scalinatta de Espana, but the distortion from the 12mm lens is really pretty bad.

    i think it may be due to how level the camera was when shooting. Was this shot handheld? My guess is that you were somewhere near the top of the steps with the camera pointing down which is death for superwide shots.

    Love to see this image with a levelled camera on a tripod. Great composition though

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    Ok guys, 3 more from the WATE. Been shooting this lens all day and I have some images (not these three) that had me looking around the house for stuff to sell to fund one. No luck, but this is one heck of a wide angle.

    I am thrilled with the M9 and have become pretty attached to it. I am also excited as next week I am getting a Noctilux F1 and the week after a Noctilux .95 (to test, not to keep).

    Should be fun!
    Gorgeous stuff, Steve. You're rockin' that WATE for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s.agar View Post
    Bebert, thanks for the photos. Very beautiful photos.

    I used to have the CV15mm, and had lots of color changes on the sides and corners. (M8) I had no oppurtunity of coding it, so I had to sell. You seem to be more lucky.

    On the contrary, I still have my CV12mm, and even without coding, it gives much less problems. Here is a sample from Rome, Spanish steps: (no corrections applied incl. for vignetting. But of course it's taken with an M8 not FF M9)



    I always wonder why the wider lens has less problems for me.

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    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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    Boy I so remember this area from when I worked in downtown Boston from 1974 to 1982. You wouldn't have been out walking, with expensive camera gear in those days.

    Thankfully time has passed and Dorchester is not the scary, crime and drug ridden area it was then.

    Guess I have to get back to Boston one of these first days and see the changes for myself. I miss that crazy place, even now

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

    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    I am thrilled with the M9 and have become pretty attached to it. I am also excited as next week I am getting a Noctilux F1 and the week after a Noctilux .95 (to test, not to keep).

    Should be fun!
    Looking forward to some Nocti shots....Camera West tried to get me to spring for one as the M9 is on its way but can't swing both.

    FYI they had one with a ripped box $500 off. (.95)

    JAAP...excellent!!
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    DavidE: Colorful, detailed, complex photos. Catches the character of Times Square (at least as I imagine it. I haven't been there in ten years). Bit of ennui in the last photo, also.

    Lloyd/DavidE: Thanks. Cheers.

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

    F1 - Love what you're doing with the Nocti. You may have said this elsewhere, but what version are you using? I prefer Lloyd's Tri-X conversion. Are you using an ND filter in daylight?

    I've owned Noctis twice, but sold them because I just don't get that many keepers because of focus issues. You've really mastered it.
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    In Malawi the Chewa tribe has an ancient belief in spirits. The Gulu Wamgulu are a secret society, the members are initiated on graveyards. On special occasions one will see them in the villages. The villagers have a mixture of fear and celebration when they see them, as they are the incarnation of the spirits and the ancestors. Sometimes they can be found just walking by the road. Being spirits they cannot talk, just make animal sounds and they will often have a "speaker" with them. For a small consideration they can be photographed.Unesco has listed them as cultural world heritage. Summilux 50 asph
    Wow. Great stuff! I particularly like the reactions in the background in this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    DavidE: Colorful, detailed, complex photos. Catches the character of Times Square (at least as I imagine it. I haven't been there in ten years). Bit of ennui in the last photo, also.
    Thanks, Matt and Lloyd. Wish I could visit there more often. There's so much going on, it's almost a challenge to not take an interesting photo.












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

    A few from a walk in the neighborhood several months back.











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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    A few from a walk in the neighborhood several months back.
    Nice ones, cmb. I especially like the second photo for its glimpse of the three women, as well as the different planes of focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    A few from a walk in the neighborhood several months back.

    Very nice, both sets. Love the classic b/w you've got as well. I'm with David on that shot of the women through the window... excellent. I really like the barbershop shot also. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice isolation. That kitty is walking a fine line there.

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    M9 and 75lux at the annual holiday parade.

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    M9 and 75lux at the annual holiday parade.

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    Very nice Kurt. The shot of the bagpipes players, and the one of the Newfoundland really stand out for me.

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    Another one from Central Park using the 18mm.



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    argh, curse ye grates, ya horn swollgin' swabbie!

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    Pee Wee! Zeiss planar 50 at F2...

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    Outtake from my daily blog. The Washington CT. Congregational meeting house. Taken with a 135 f3.4 APO on an M9 (thanks to Mike Hatam for the lens!). The Warren meeting house on the blog is a four image stitch with the 135.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Outtake from my daily blog. The Washington CT. Congregational meeting house. Taken with a 135 f3.4 APO on an M9 (thanks to Mike Hatam for the lens!). The Warren meeting house on the blog is a four image stitch with the 135.


    Attachment 25140
    Great result. And best appreciated in the large version. The bare branches of the trees create a lace-like effect only really visible in the large version. Impressive work with the 135, which I very much like, but have a difficult time focusing with consistency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    Pee Wee! Zeiss planar 50 at F2...
    LOL. You didn't find him at a theatre did you?

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    Pee Wee! Zeiss planar 50 at F2...
    Love that shot Steve
    How many of the Zeiss lenses do you have?
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    Just put up my WATE review on my site..here are a few of the images. This is a very fun lens to use but I am still getting use to how wide 16mm is on FF!













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    M9 and 75lux at the annual holiday parade.

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    Man, love the look of that 75 on the M9. Great images Kurt!

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    Thanks Lloyd and Steve. That Zeiss 50mm certainly looks interesting.

    Love the shots with the WATE, Steve. That venue certainly looks like it would be a great place for a natural light model shoot. I'm jealous that you'll soon be sporting another copy of the Noctilux (and doing a comparison with the new version).

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    Love that shot Steve
    How many of the Zeiss lenses do you have?
    all the best
    Hey Jono,

    Zeiss sent me the 28 2.8, 35 2.8, 50 F2 and 85F4. The best of the bunch is the 50 Planar, followed by the 3 2.8. Im not really liking the 28 2.8 as it seems to vignette quite a bit and for some reason always underexposes on my M9. I have not even really touched the 85 yet.

    But yea, the 50 Planar is very nice. Not built nearly as well as the Leica cron or Lux but I love its look. So far...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Thanks Lloyd and Steve. That Zeiss 50mm certainly looks interesting.

    Love the shots with the WATE, Steve. That venue certainly looks like it would be a great place for a natural light model shoot. I'm jealous that you'll soon be sporting another copy of the Noctilux (and doing a comparison with the new version).
    Thanks Kurt. I wish I had a model to shoot in that building but it is not really safe with all of the black mold everywhere. I cant wait to compare the Nocts. BTW, I am jealous of your 75 lux! The one lens I have always lusted after but never owned or even tried!

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    Steve, after you have your Noctilux for a few weeks, we could put together some sort of an exchange program.

    By the way, aren't you in the Chicago area? If so, I'm just north of Milwaukee so we could always meet some time and do some shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    M9 and 75lux at the annual holiday parade.

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    Fine images, Kurt.
    Got to love the way this lens renders colours !
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Ode to Jono...

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    mike: nice ones, makes we wish i were in your passenger seat again!

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    Mike - Very nice series and you are doing a great job in the processing of the M9 files because they really look splendid.


    Jaap - A wonderful photograph! You are to be congratulated.

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    Those are great . . and I'm honoured . . . I must think of a return . . . but we live in a small place, and there's so much space there!!!

    Jaap - that's wonderful. really lovely.

    I had an interesting thing today - I've succumbed to facebook, so's I can keep contact with a son in the far east. A suggested friend had a picture from her wedding this summer of feet as her avatar . . I looked at it and thought 'dammit, that official photographer had his wits about him'. Later I was browsing through my wedding shots (taken with a very exciting M9 with firmware 0.015) and I realised that I'd taken the shot after all.

    here it is:


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    Elliott Erwitt would be proud!

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    Hi Chris
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    Elliott Erwitt would be proud!

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    I'm sure he wouldn't . . . but I'm quite proud that you said it!

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    Mike
    Those are great . . and I'm honoured . . . I must think of a return . . . but we live in a small place, and there's so much space there!!!

    Jaap - that's wonderful. really lovely.

    I had an interesting thing today - I've succumbed to facebook, so's I can keep contact with a son in the far east. A suggested friend had a picture from her wedding this summer of feet as her avatar . . I looked at it and thought 'dammit, that official photographer had his wits about him'. Later I was browsing through my wedding shots (taken with a very exciting M9 with firmware 0.015) and I realised that I'd taken the shot after all.

    here it is:

    LOVE this image!
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    Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    argh, curse ye grates, ya horn swollgin' swabbie!

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    Good one, Daniel.

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