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    Wate, wate, don't tell me

    I finally got a chance to put the 16/18/21 to a test this week when shooting for a realtor. This shot was done at 16MM. The light source was north window light, very soft. I would have liked a bit more pop, but the definition is terrific.
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    Hi Everyone
    Lots of great shots (I seem to have been away!).
    Here are some simple shots with the M9 and 75 'cron from this morning.

    chilly morning


    time for a rest (this one is for Lloyd)


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Everyone
    Lots of great shots (I seem to have been away!).
    Here are some simple shots with the M9 and 75 'cron from this morning.

    time for a rest (this one is for Lloyd)

    Lovely detail shots, Jono. And as for this one, well, you know what they say, "No rest for the wicked... and the righteous don't need it." (Which covers both me and the wife... in that order, of course.)

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    Very kewl, Woody. Is that with the Lensbaby? How did you mount the lens?

    Nice result Aboud. Looks like that's a work camera now?

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

    Hard to keep with up with all of the prolific posters around here ... nice shots. Here's one from yesterday.

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

    Also, one from last weekend ...

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    Also, one from last weekend ...
    Good stuff, Kurt. I especially like this one. Beautiful b/w as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very kewl, Woody. Is that with the Lensbaby? How did you mount the lens?

    Nice result Aboud. Looks like that's a work camera now?
    You picked up on that Lloyd, very observant! Actually, I have one lens to use for work, the WATE. I sold the 14-24 I had for the D3x because it weighed so much. Since they are both non PC lenses, it made sense to me. However, I have to get used to the Frankenfinder. Fortunately, I am working slowly with this, on a tripod.

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    Palms up

    Since Lloyd accused me of using my M9 for work, I thought it best to post this shot from our recent vacation to Punta Cana. 75MM Cron on M9.
    Last edited by aboudd; 11th March 2010 at 04:43.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aboudd View Post
    Since Lloyd accused me of using my M9 for work, I thought it best to post this shot from our recent vacation to Punta Cana. 75MM Cron on M9.
    Ok, ok, so it can do double duty.

    This is very nice, actually, and really shows the resolving power of that lens, particularly when viewing the image in its largest size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Everyone
    Lots of great shots (I seem to have been away!).
    Here are some simple shots with the M9 and 75 'cron from this morning.

    chilly morning

    Love this one.

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    Chinese New Year in Amsterdam (Nieuwmarkt). Difficult indoor lighting, crowded with people bumping in to you all the time, not much space to manoeuvre and get (and keep) a good spot, but great fun nevertheless. Last year I used a 90 on the M8, this year a 135 on the M9 (including 1.4x magnifier). Except for some close-ups, all shots were wide open. Given my age and the dim light, I think I did not too bad ... . Here is a series of the opera singers/actors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Chinese New Year in Amsterdam (Nieuwmarkt). Difficult indoor lighting, crowded with people bumping in to you all the time, not much space to manoeuvre and get (and keep) a good spot, but great fun nevertheless. Last year I used a 90 on the M8, this year a 135 on the M9 (including 1.4x magnifier). Except for some close-ups, all shots were wide open. Given my age and the dim light, I think I did not too bad ... . Here is a series of the opera singers/actors.
    Those are some impressive results. I wouldn't have had any idea you had to deal with difficult conditions. Well done.

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    One from this weekend. A little more aggressive with the post processing than usual due to the horrendous, red spotlights.


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    Quote Originally Posted by boymerang View Post
    One from this weekend. A little more aggressive with the post processing than usual due to the horrendous, red spotlights.
    Beautiful, subtle shot. Very nice work indeed.

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    I've really enjoyed looking at the shots here!

    I've been shooting on and off for 35 years or so. Just bought an M8 a couple of months ago, so I'm still figuring out how to use it efficiently and effectively.

    Here are a few of my own shots:

    1. VC Nokton 35mm f/1.4 SC
    2. VC Nokton 35mm f/1.4 SC
    3. Leitz Elmar-C 90mm f/4
    4. VC Nokton 35mm f/1.4 SC

    (Hmm, I just realized that all the ones I selected in this first batch are portrait orientation. Odd.)

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    Since I had all verticals in the prior post, I've decided to even it out and put all horizontals in this one .

    1. VC Nokton 35mm f/1.4
    2. Zeiss Biogon 25mm f/2.8 (straight out of camera B&W)
    3. Zeiss Biogon 25mm f/2.8
    4. Leitz Elmar-C 90mm f/4
    5. Leitz Elmar-C 90mm f/4

    The 90mm Elmar blows me away. There are black specs in that last photo that are definitely birds (I don't think you can't see them at this size) -- I checked the series of photos, and you can see the birds moving relative to the background over several shots.

    I meant to mention that I've been using Nik Silver Efex to do the B&W conversions. Figures I just spent $300 to buy all Nik's toys a few weeks ago, and now Aperture adds in the "brushes" feature, apparently much like control points in Nik software .

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    Well, Id say you have figured it out!

    Btw: I also like the 1,4/35 SC a lot for the M8 and Im excited to see how nice the images from the 4/90 C are. I have its Rokkor twin in the mail - getting rather keen on trying it out.

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    Been busy in Carmel this past week and haven't had that much time to visit since by the time I got back to the hotel I was dead dog tired. Great shots, too numerous to make specific mention let me just say I like them all!

    These were all take this afternoon at the Monterey Bay Aquarium with the M9. I started with a 50mm and moved to a 90mm, these are all from the 50.

    The one thing I learned today is that I really don't want to do this again with a manual focus camera as the fish refused to stand still!

    Off to Yosemite for the next week working my home home.


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    Don,
    Very nice in what can be tuff to shoot lighting. Look forward to your work with the 90 Summarit as that is about the only 90 I have not shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Quote:
    "I'm still figuring out how to use it efficiently and effectively."

    Well, Id say you have figured it out!

    Btw: I also like the 1,4/35 SC a lot for the M8 and Im excited to see how nice the images from the 4/90 C are. I have its Rokkor twin in the mail - getting rather keen on trying it out.

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    Thank you Leif! I think you'll love the 90mm Rokkor, and you'll have better filter options than I. I only wish more opportunities presented themselves to shoot my Elmar. I'm afraid it's a pretty limited-use focal length for my kind of shooting, at least on an M8 (and an M9 is years away, I'm afraid).

    WRT the VC 1,4/35, I like it, but I also have the Zeiss 35mm f/2. Am going to have to have a run-off between them and decide which to keep. Very difficult decision!

    Thanks again...

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    Summer wedding good time dancing, Corpus Christi Texas, M8, 35 cron, Nikon flash

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    I've been away from this thread for a couple of months, so time to do some catching up...

    This shot made me laugh (quick snap from a B-Day party)
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    Went shooting in the California Central Valley a few weeks ago with Jack and Bob. Weather did not cooperate (grey skies), so I could only manage a few B&W shots...
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    A few shots from the Carmel Mission...
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    A couple of shots from the eastern sea-board after one of the big storms (Port Washington, New York)
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    The Pajaro River, near Watsonville, CA...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Since I had all verticals in the prior post, I've decided to even it out and put all horizontals in this one .

    1. VC Nokton 35mm f/1.4
    2. Zeiss Biogon 25mm f/2.8 (straight out of camera B&W)
    3. Zeiss Biogon 25mm f/2.8
    4. Leitz Elmar-C 90mm f/4
    5. Leitz Elmar-C 90mm f/4

    The 90mm Elmar blows me away. There are black specs in that last photo that are definitely birds (I don't think you can't see them at this size) -- I checked the series of photos, and you can see the birds moving relative to the background over several shots.

    I meant to mention that I've been using Nik Silver Efex to do the B&W conversions. Figures I just spent $300 to buy all Nik's toys a few weeks ago, and now Aperture adds in the "brushes" feature, apparently much like control points in Nik software .
    Nice stuff. Looking forward to much more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    The Pajaro River, near Watsonville, CA...
    All the photos you posted are great, but I especially like the two B&W river photos in this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice stuff. Looking forward to much more.
    Thank you, Lloyd. Hope to take many more worth posting!

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    All the photos you posted are great, but I especially like the two B&W river photos in this post.
    I agree. As we've come to expect, Mike, amazing work. This last group at the river is simply surpassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Been busy in Carmel this past week and haven't had that much time to visit since by the time I got back to the hotel I was dead dog tired. Great shots, too numerous to make specific mention let me just say I like them all!

    These were all take this afternoon at the Monterey Bay Aquarium with the M9. I started with a 50mm and moved to a 90mm, these are all from the 50.

    The one thing I learned today is that I really don't want to do this again with a manual focus camera as the fish refused to stand still!

    Off to Yosemite for the next week working my home home.


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    Terrific stuff, Don. Especially considering the tough conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oc garza View Post
    Summer wedding good time dancing, Corpus Christi Texas, M8, 35 cron, Nikon flash
    Fun shot. Nicely done.

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    The Pajaro River, near Watsonville, CA...
    Love the last one here.

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    On the other end of the 'crispness' spectrum from most Asph shots....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    On the other end of the 'crispness' spectrum from most Asph shots....

    35mm lux pre-asph
    All images shot wide open (to give that 'vintage' leica feel). Playing around in the railyard. (stopped down to f2, this lens starts looking a lot more 'crisp')
    Good stuff, Jim. Nice detail work. And I really like the processing on these.

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    Why not a puppy shot? This dog is so photogenic, when she sits still for more than a few seconds. M9 + Voigtlander 90mm f/3.5 APO-Lanthar, wide open. This is one SHARP lens.



    She's still small, about 3.4lbs. That's a tennis ball behind her in this shot. M9 + 90mm AA, wide open.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    Why not a puppy shot? This dog is so photogenic, when she sits still for more than a few seconds. M9 + Voigtlander 90mm f/3.5 APO-Lanthar, wide open. This is one SHARP lens.
    Nice ones, Jeff. And I agree. I think that VC 90/3.5 is a much under-appreciated lens. I love mine.

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    Nice ones, Jeff. And I agree. I think that VC 90/3.5 is a much under-appreciated lens. I love mine.
    It's ridiculously cheap, too. My only complaint is its a bit slow at only f/3.5 wide open, but on the other hand, that makes it light and compact, and helps with the low cost as well.

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    Thanks everyone for their kind words. This experience has brought me an entire new level of respect for people who shoot weddings with manual focusing. It might be my choice of shooting landscape where at the most I have to content with is a little wind however I found the most difficult part of the day was attempting to stay in focus just a couple inches or feet from the tank glass.

    Here's a couple taken with the 90mm then I'm off to breakfast and loading the jeep for my drive to Yosemite. Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Thanks everyone for their kind words. This experience has brought me an entire new level of respect for people who shoot weddings with manual focusing. It might be my choice of shooting landscape where at the most I have to content with is a little wind however I found the most difficult part of the day was attempting to stay in focus just a couple inches or feet from the tank glass.

    Here's a couple taken with the 90mm then I'm off to breakfast and loading the jeep for my drive to Yosemite. Enjoy!

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    Very nice Don. Tough enough to focus the 90 through the air, let alone through glass. Love the "glow" of the last two especially.

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    Fantastic aqua colours, Don! Such a contrast to our time of year!

    My 1,5/50 Nokton came back from a CLA and fix of loose lens element a couple of days ago. I havent been able to get out and try it until today, so Id shoot just about anything. Good thing was; I could recognize the sharp, lovely lens I used to know! And; if I havent mentioned it before; we do get some snow around here - according to forecast, were not half done yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Fantastic aqua colours, Don! Such a contrast to our time of year!

    My 1,5/50 Nokton came back from a CLA and fix of loose lens element a couple of days ago. I havent been able to get out and try it until today, so Id shoot just about anything. Good thing was; I could recognize the sharp, lovely lens I used to know! And; if I havent mentioned it before; we do get some snow around here - according to forecast, were not half done yet.
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    Exactly; in theory! Well, they claim to be ready for revenge today - in the team sprint competition. I guess well see.
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    Lloyd,

    I was at the Monterey Bay Aquarium back in early January. Lovely place, but definitely more challenging to focus on moving objects. I stuck with fast and wide to make it easier. M9 + 24 Summilux:





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    Nice ones, Jeff. And I agree. I think that VC 90/3.5 is a much under-appreciated lens. I love mine.
    I would agree - very nice examples using the CV 90/3.5 and I'd challenge anyone to honestly tell whether they were shot with Leica glass or not. The CV 75/2.5 is also a stellar lens and an absolute bargain too.

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    I was at the Monterey Bay Aquarium back in early January. Lovely place, but definitely more challenging to focus on moving objects. I stuck with fast and wide to make it easier. M9 + 24 Summilux:

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    Very nice, Jeff. Great color.

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    Exactly; in theory! Well, they claim to be ready for revenge today - in the team sprint competition. I guess well see.
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    I'll be watching, for sure. Heia Norge? (We'll see.)

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    Been away from here for a few days & Wow! So Many Mouthwatering Images!

    A Few From Boston yesterday. Chinese New Year...








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    Been away from here for a few days & Wow! So Many Mouthwatering Images!

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    Great stuff, Steve. That last one is killer!

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