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    Maggie --- LOVE the sunlight painting, stellar capture!
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    Thanks, Jack!

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    name that airport

















    28mm 2.8 Zeiss





    50mm Leica Preasph

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    Well we can rule out the new Terminal 5 at Heathrow because you would still be stuck there and not posting

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Well we can rule out the new Terminal 5 at Heathrow because you would still be stuck there and not posting

    Hrm... someone sounds bitter.
    So true, so true.

    And to think, less than a decade ago, it was how I'd plan all of my European vacations. I'll fly into Heathrow, and then figure out where I'm going from there. Now I think, How can I avoid Heathrow? Schiphol, Frankfurt, even Charles de Gaulle. My how the times have changed!

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    I finally got a chance to try out the Summicron 28mm at Photo Village in New York City. This was my first time handling it, and it's a beautifully built lens. Comparing it with the Voigtlander 28mm Color-Skopar, I fail to notice any difference between these two lenses. Frankly, I have no clue what to look for. Obviously, the Leica Summicron has the widest aperture, and I most certainly could've used this extra speed at my cousin's wedding dinner last night. I think its speed and its focusing ring with is silky feel would've helped a lot. It was a lovely lens to handle.

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    My 28 cron arrived today...gonna try it out tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwalker View Post
    My 28 cron arrived today...gonna try it out tomorrow.
    Ahhh... Visual perfection awaits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwalker View Post
    My 28 cron arrived today...gonna try it out tomorrow.
    Fantastic. If it is no trouble, would you take a couple of wide open shots in different lighting conditions and share some samples? Just curious.

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    Travel snapshot from last year.
    -bob

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    Streeeeeeeetchy cat!


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    28 cron today on the way home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Travel snapshot from last year.
    -bob
    Bob,
    That is a spectacular shot. I love it.

    Mike,
    Enjoy your new lens.

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    another; 28cron
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    Last edited by mwalker; 1st April 2008 at 15:41.
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    Thanks Cindy,
    I set the camera on a garbage bin, hit the self timer, and hoped that it wouldn't fall off.
    I DID have to photoshop in a couple rows of cobblestones in the bottom right once I had straightened it.

    Mike, that last shot seems to be to be good material to work with. I love that lens!
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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    BOB
    Your Travel shot is Beautiful /Picture postcard LOVELY

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    Your New Lens Rocks / Crisp & Divine

    Cheers- helen

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    That 28 'cron is a dream!

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    That guy really oughta be lookin' at the Mac Book Air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwalker View Post
    another; 28cron
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    Really like the different texture and color between the hoop and building.

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    I had to try the Lightroom Beta in 64 bit. Zoom zoom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith
    I had to try the Lightroom Beta in 64 bit. Zoom zoom!
    Oh So Lovely.....
    Beautiful shades of green with the blue green water
    Cheers ! helen

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    Thank you Helen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Travel snapshot from last year.
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    wow...that's gorgeous.

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    Can't let this thread get lost....

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    here's some of my shots to share.
    35mm f1.2 with m8

    first one in Cordoba. March 2008


    second one in Paris. November 2007


    London February 2008

    c&c welcome

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    Paris,November 2007 Shot is WONDERFUL

    An Eerie yet Funny sci-fi thought came to mind........
    Going down to the operational chamber to have their brains removed and stuffed with Fluff
    Cheers ! helen

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Can't let this thread get lost....
    I really like this shot with the table/counter reflection. Shots like this are so much fun because it generally isn't anything planned but you feel good when you unexpectedly "find" something.

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    TRSmith and Parameters.... brilliant, both!
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    Parameters - Paris is my favorite of the 3. On a more technical note I like the color and the fact that you did it on a moving walkway in what seems to be reasonably low light without motion blur.

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    Oh its brilliant / the Reflection ...top & bottom view
    All the best ! helen

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    Someone's comment on Society Hill, Philadelphia. Definitely not done by a kid, because the lines are deliberate.

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    Terry, exactly! Mike and Helen, thanks!

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    thanks TEBnewyork, helen & mike for all the compliments

    here's another in more "traditional" B/W street style

    both VC 25/f4 Madrid March2008



    Last edited by parameters; 6th April 2008 at 18:00.

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    Parameters, the 25VC is my "f:8 and be there" streetshooter as well.

    Turns the M8 into a point and shoot camera

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    A favorite of mine from my Eurotrip last fall- American tourists on the Eurostar train, sleeping.



    CV 21/4 Color-Skopar, ISO640 on the M8.

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    When I saw your photo in flickr, I thought of the twins, Yubaba and Zeniba, in Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away. But I couldn't remember the name of the animation movie until this morning. Zeniba is the kindly sister


    Yubaba and Chihiro



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    That is probably my favorite flat iron shot I've ever seen. I've been down there so many times and never "saw" it that way. WELL DONE! Certainly gets rid of the scaffolding that never seems to leave the bottom!

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    thegrumpymonk,
    I love your rendition of the Flat Iron building.

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    thank you Terry and Cindy.

    i noticed that many of my photos of structures were were either horizontal or vertical. so i decided for acute angles. i don't think i've done this much looking-upward touring since moving to NYC in 1976. i'm surprise that i didn't collide with other pedestrians. my neck was achy by the end of the day.

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    Another one of a favorite subject; I "work" it in all moods..
    Elmar-M 50/2.8 collapsible.

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    I like that one Jaap -- nice job!
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    Great images from everyone, I've been trolling on this forum for a while and your discussions have always been very informative here are a few of my fav photos I've taken.


    Big Sur (m8 + 40mm vc nokton)

    Fisherman's wharf San Francisco (m8 + 40mm vc nokton)

    Outside a tent in Bahrain (m8+ 28mm Elmarit)

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    Welcome Haya --- excellent first post! I really like the old Coca-Cola sign
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    Hi Haya, welcome to the forum, stunning shots...I really like the costal shot.
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    welcome Haya. you've come to the right place. ALL wonderful people here

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    Thanks for the warm welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Welcome Haya --- excellent first post! I really like the old Coca-Cola sign
    What Jack said!

    That Big Sur shot is gorgeous, too. Actually, all three are marvelous!

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    Here's one shot with the little 90/4 macro:

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