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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Very nice, Matt. That 75 is certainly one sharp lens.
    Kurt: Thanks. That is a nice lens.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    You've got a couple of "looks" there Matt! Sharp,contrasty,composition,..Excellent! The different expressions are very cool! Great PJ!
    Steve: Thanks. They do have interesting expressions and posture. The tableau is a bit like a Bruegel painting with everybody doing something different (I'm only reminded of Bruegel because I read a Sean Reid article the other day, where he used Bruegel as a comparison.

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    +1 That's a good one... wonderful IQ. That family looks like many of those on the res my father is from.
    Lloyd: Thanks. Different Res, I'm sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lots of Great Pictures this page
    Matt - your family is the winner for me.
    I'm in Cornwall for a week, locked up to do some serious work. However, walks are allowed and we got out for an hour this afternoon:

    Both with the M9 and the MATE
    and here is the little guy Casper - 75 'cron
    Jono: Thanks. Very nice posts. I need to get out of the city. Casper's looking good! Cheers.

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    From my front door...the Blizzard of 2010!
    Snowmageddon! My daughter lives in College Park. She sent some picture of one of their cats playing in the snow. That's twice this winter for the DC area. Take care. Cheers.

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    From my front door...the Blizzard of 2010!
    Didn't know that mushrooms grew that large in Virginia!?

    Very nice shot, Reynolds. Hope your bundled up and have everything you need so you don't have to drive in it.

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    A couple of random photos from the other day. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/60s @ f/2.8; +1/3 EV; ISO 160


    2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/400s @ f/6.7; ISO 160


    3. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/4000s @ f/2.8; ISO 160

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A couple of random photos from the other day. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/60s @ f/2.8; +1/3 EV; ISO 160

    Good stuff all, Matt, but this first one is outstanding!!

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    Lloyd: Thank you. The bokeh on the 75 cron is very nice. Cheers.

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    First time mounting my M9 to the Visoflex, Bellows and Tele-Elmar 1:4.0/135mm for a bit of close-up&macro exercising.
    Last edited by Knorp; 18th April 2010 at 12:11.
    Bart ...

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    Wonderful Bart
    I particularly like the seed heads.
    I wish I had the patience to experiment along this route.
    all the best

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    Wonderful Bart
    +1 Those are terrific.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun With Digital M Images

    Yesterday's post. M8.2 + 24mm Elmar + B+W 092. 1 sec exposure at f16. Two frames stitched.


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    Friday's post. M9 + 35 mm pre asph. chron (v4). 8 second exposure at f4.0 ISO 1250. Leica mini tripod on the hood of my car. No obvious source of illumination - it was a dark overcast night.


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    Thursday's post. M9 + 35mm pre asph. chron (v 4).


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    Matt, Digging that Pear Shot!!!

    Bart, Amazing Flower!!!

    Woody, Love #'s 1 & 3!!!

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    In haste, but these popped up today, both with M9 and 50 'lux

    this one at 1600 ISO



    this one at 1000 ISO


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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Yesterday's post. M8.2 + 24mm Elmar + B+W 092. 1 sec exposure at f16. Two frames stitched.
    This is an amazing image, Woody. And all the more so as a stitched image, given all the detail. What did you use to put it together?

    (Amazing setting as well... I think I could be lulled to sleep at night by the sound of the water!)

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    Can't drive in it all all, Lloyd. Our neighborhood still hasn't see a plow. But, we walked to church this morning! The front door, interior and a courtyard statue...
    Best to all,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    This is an amazing image, Woody. And all the more so as a stitched image, given all the detail. What did you use to put it together?

    (Amazing setting as well... I think I could be lulled to sleep at night by the sound of the water!)
    Thanks!

    On stitching:

    I generally keep my Frankenfinder in my pocket to compose. I take each frame twice, checking focus and exposure - a poor shot ruins the series. I stitch in PTGui Pro, AutopanGiga or PS; since my working environment is Lightroom, PS is most convenient but I most frequently use PTGui - I use the other two as backups if PTGui doesn't produce a usable image. I usually hand hold - but in this case I obviously used a tripod, my Leica table top tripod braced against a fence. I don't bother with offsetting to the lens nodal point except for architectural interiors, where a minor shift in point of view can raise havoc. Of course you shoot in manual mode and don't use auto WB - changes in WB or exposure from frame to frame causes serious problems. Shoot beyond the edges of your intended frame - extra image is useful if you true up perspective and you can always crop.

    That's all there is to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Thanks!

    On stitching:

    I generally keep my Frankenfinder in my pocket to compose. I take each frame twice, checking focus and exposure - a poor shot ruins the series. I stitch in PTGui Pro, AutopanGiga or PS; since my working environment is Lightroom, PS is most convenient but I most frequently use PTGui - I use the other two as backups if PTGui doesn't produce a usable image. I usually hand hold - but in this case I obviously used a tripod, my Leica table top tripod braced against a fence. I don't bother with offsetting to the lens nodal point except for architectural interiors, where a minor shift in point of view can raise havoc. Of course you shoot in manual mode and don't use auto WB - changes in WB or exposure from frame to frame causes serious problems. Shoot beyond the edges of your intended frame - extra image is useful if you true up perspective and you can always crop.

    That's all there is to it.
    Thanks for the info Woody. Interesting, and useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reynolds View Post
    Can't drive in it all all, Lloyd. Our neighborhood still hasn't see a plow. But, we walked to church this morning! The front door, interior and a courtyard statue...
    Impressive snowstorm you've had, Reynolds. Thanks for sharing the images, which are beautifully done, btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Thursday's post. M9 + 35mm pre asph. chron (v 4).

    An Upper East Side classic (definitely fits into your New York icons series). Beautiful colors. Clear and crisp.

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    In haste, but these popped up today, both with M9 and 50 'lux
    Seriously cute kids.

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    Lloyd, you are always so complimentary!! For a beginner like me, it means a lot. Someday, though, you will have to say, "that stinks"...when it does. Promise??
    Best to all,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reynolds View Post
    Lloyd, you are always so complimentary!! For a beginner like me, it means a lot. Someday, though, you will have to say, "that stinks"...when it does. Promise??
    LOL. I say, "that stinks" about stuff I shoot all the time! No vain flattery here... I calls 'em like I sees 'em. (So I guess that's a promise.)
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    Dear Reynolds,

    Nicely done; Glebe and Old dominion right? Been to a wedding there. We had 25-30" here in McLean.
    Yours truly, "digging" out (better half has the shovel! ) [M9, 50/1.4]

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Dear Reynolds,

    Nicely done; Glebe and Old dominion right? Been to a wedding there. We had 25-30" here in McLean.
    Yours truly, "digging" out (better half has the shovel! ) [M9, 50/1.4]
    Snow fun. (or 's no fun)

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A couple of random photos from the other day. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/60s @ f/2.8; +1/3 EV; ISO 160



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    All good shots, Matt, but this one is awesome. Love the colors and bokeh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Yesterday's post. M8.2 + 24mm Elmar + B+W 092. 1 sec exposure at f16. Two frames stitched.

    Great shot and great stitch, Woody. Would love to see that in color even though I do like the IR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Wonderful Bart
    I particularly like the seed heads.
    I wish I had the patience to experiment along this route.
    all the best
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1 Those are terrific.
    ++1. What they both said. Very cool. Cheers.

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    Woody: Very nice. The tonality and PP on all three are great. The stitched photo's excellent The second shot has a very unique ethereal quality. The light and color in the third's outstanding. "Clear and crisp", as Lloyd said.

    Jono: Nice candid moments. Cute kids.

    Reynolds/Gogopix: Enjoying your snow photos here in balmy Seattle.

    Steve/Alnitak: Thanks.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/90s @ f/2; +1/3 EV; ISO 160


    2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/125s @ f/2.8; +1/3 EV; ISO 160


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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Dear Reynolds,

    Nicely done; Glebe and Old dominion right? Been to a wedding there. We had 25-30" here in McLean.
    Yours truly, "digging" out (better half has the shovel! ) [M9, 50/1.4]
    GoGo:

    Exactly! We are pretty much dug out but when the plow passes by us at some point, it will bury our driveway again! Such is life!! Here's my bride in the middle of Glebe Road at Rock Spring Road this morning.

    Too bad the Colts lost. Great game!!
    Best to all,

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    well, Reynolds, looks like Arlington is doing better than Fairfax! This is pretty typical around here...

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    well, Reynolds, looks like Arlington is doing better than Fairfax! This is pretty typical around here...
    Victor and Reynolds,

    I'll spare you guys the shot of my street this morning...

    Blue skies, sunny, and "cold" at about 60 deg F (high of 72). I do so love Miami winters.

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    Dawn's Early Light. On the way to work this morning.

    M8, Hexanon 90/2.8 @ 5.6, ISO 320 -1.67EV; three-shot stitch:

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    David:

    Let's trade houses this week. Huh, old buddy, old pal???
    Best to all,

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfarkas View Post
    Victor and Reynolds,

    I'll spare you guys the shot of my street this morning...

    Blue skies, sunny, and "cold" at about 60 deg F (high of 72). I do so love Miami winters.

    David
    Regrettably, I suffer through the same weather as you, Dave, here in Southern California (Santa Monica). I still have family in southeastern PA, so I have watched the storms with interest--and relief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    well, Reynolds, looks like Arlington is doing better than Fairfax! This is pretty typical around here...
    Very pretty. I miss the snow occasionally now that I live in SoCal, but not enough to want to go back to it.

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    I lived in Santa Barbara for five years and the monotony of the weather drove me crazy! For me, there is nothing quite so oppressive as a cloudless blue sky for days on end. I kept waiting for seasons or at least clouds (other than the marine layer and its fog). While it is nice to be outside and do your errands in a t-shirt, I would gladly trade that for seasonal change, weather patterns, clouds, light and so on. I did the sensible thing and moved to Iceland. Auroras, the midnight sun, lots of clouds, and never a dull moment...
    Here I am squinting into the sun, surrounded by dark clouds, the landscape changed from this in July:


    To this in fall:

    And what I was shooting:


    Sorry that they are not M9 images...more of those later!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    I lived in Santa Barbara for five years and the monotony of the weather drove me crazy! For me, there is nothing quite so oppressive as a cloudless blue sky for days on end. I kept waiting for seasons or at least clouds (other than the marine layer and its fog). While it is nice to be outside and do your errands in a t-shirt, I would gladly trade that for seasonal change, weather patterns, clouds, light and so on.
    Ahh, you never learned to appreciate the subtle changes, and the different seasons: Winter is rainy and cooler, spring has the marine layer, summer is hot and dry, and fall is warm, dry and windy with fires!

    Having spent the first 36 years of my life in some very interesting climates, with everything from blizzards to tornadoes, so I will take some sun and consistency for now.

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    Dawn's Early Light. On the way to work this morning.

    M8, Hexanon 90/2.8 @ 5.6, ISO 320 -1.67EV; three-shot stitch:
    Lloyd: Great light and composition. The horizontal crop works well. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    I lived in Santa Barbara for five years and the monotony of the weather drove me crazy! For me, there is nothing quite so oppressive as a cloudless blue sky for days on end. I kept waiting for seasons or at least clouds (other than the marine layer and its fog). While it is nice to be outside and do your errands in a t-shirt, I would gladly trade that for seasonal change, weather patterns, clouds, light and so on. I did the sensible thing and moved to Iceland. Auroras, the midnight sun, lots of clouds, and never a dull moment...
    Here I am squinting into the sun, surrounded by dark clouds, the landscape changed from this in July:

    To this in fall:

    And what I was shooting:

    Sorry that they are not M9 images...more of those later!
    Stuart: Beautiful photos. The soft tonality in the first and last really create a wonderful impression. And, I'm with you on the weather (lived in Berkeley and SF); although, ours seems to be getting more "neutral" (global warming!). Cheers.

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    Stuart, I agree with you; Iceland is fantastic. Left a part of my heart there...
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    Thanks guys. And to be fair, I am only half serious about the weather in Santa Barbara -- I did like it there -- it is a gorgeous area, and for daily life the weather is fantastic. But I really do prefer an obvious march of seasons and daily variety. I grew up in New England, so I think that has a big impact. I find that I appreciate the sunny, warm days here much more than I ever did in SB, since they are much more unusual.
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    Stuart - those landscapes are just stunning.

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    Thank you Peter!
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: Great light and composition. The horizontal crop works well. Cheers.
    Thank you Matt. Much appreciated.

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    Matt, Nice color & selective focus! Prince is still tearing it up!

    Lloyd, Breathtaking stitch! Every once in awhile i drive by The Blue Hills in Milton & go ooooh!

    Gogopix & Reynolds...Ouch! Nicely shot! Our turn tomorrow in Boston !

    Stuart...Jawdropping Gorgeous!

    Jono, Adorable Kids & B&W!
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    Wow!! You are rockin' that Lux, Steve. Awesome work.

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