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    M8, Elmarit 28
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    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
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    That's a beauty, Endre.

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    That's a beauty, Endre.
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun With Digital M Images

    Here's a quick, basic question ... how do I post larger images on this thread (larger than thumbnail size)?

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    Very nicely done Endre!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Here's a quick, basic question ... how do I post larger images on this thread (larger than thumbnail size)?

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    They need to be posted as a link, as from the gallery here, or a Flickr, or Mobile Me, or similar third-party gallery. You post the link to the image using the yellow link box at the top of the reply box. I hope that makes sense.

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    Thanks Lloyd! Let's see how this looks ....

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    Just a link. On Flickr, choose an image, then choose Sizes. When that page opens, pick the size you want to post, then use the lower of the two URLs which appear below that image, and post that link using the yellow link box.

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    The clouds look great in that photo Endre. Did you use a polarizer to get the clouds to pop like that?

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    For some reason, despite a couple of valid attempts, I'm only able to post a link from Flickr. Lloyd, your explanation is great ... for some reason my pasted links aren't showing up as images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    For some reason, despite a couple of valid attempts, I'm only able to post a link from Flickr. Lloyd, your explanation is great ... for some reason my pasted links aren't showing up as images.

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    Well, don't give up. Must be some little issue. I've posted nearly everything I've ever added here that way, and all but two from Flickr. Are you using the little yellow box to post the link? Be sure to include the 'http://" part as well.

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    Bingo!!!

    (really nice use of DOF as well.)

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    Now it's working. Thanks Lloyd! Has to be a great place to work with Elvis looking over your shoulder. Pass the peanut butter and banana sandwiches ...

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    Now it's working. Thanks Lloyd!

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    You're welcome. And this is nice too. Which lens are you using here?

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    I sold off nearly my whole kit to acquire the one lens that I really wanted to use. (It's my favorite focal length and I love shooting fast with shallow depth of field). It arrived today after a very long wait ... good thing that I kept my 60mm ND filter for shooting during daylight. That should provide the proper hint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    I sold off nearly my whole kit to acquire the one lens that I really wanted to use. (It's my favorite focal length and I love shooting fast with shallow depth of field). It arrived today after a very long wait ... good thing that I kept my 60mm ND filter for shooting during daylight. That should provide the proper hint.

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    Hmm... could it be a pretty fast f1.0?

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    It's the .95 Noctilux. I've only had it for a day ... but, it may be the finest Leica lens I've ever used and/or tried. And, I've used/tried nearly all of the lenses in the R and M lines. I've been giggling out loud all day long at how easy it is to use/focus and how sharp it is wide open. It's expensive ... but, my oh my, does it deliver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    It's the .95 Noctilux. I've only had it for a day ... but, it may be the finest Leica lens I've ever used and/or tried. And, I've used/tried nearly all of the lenses in the R and M lines. I've been giggling out loud all day long at how easy it is to use/focus and how sharp it is wide open. It's expensive ... but, my oh my, does it deliver.

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    Well, I'm impressed, and jealous. Love to have one too someday. I have the f1.0, and love it. I'm afraid the .95 is out of my reach anytime soon. Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    As I were in Kruger Park for a walking safari, I took my good old M8 , a cron 50mm , an orange red filter and shoot in jpeg Fine in BW with high contrast.

    Here are the results, I definitively love this combo (The 1,3X factor in this case was a plus for me)

    The girafe :

    and the gnu :

    I kept the M9 with the 28mm for landscape. For this trip, I had just brought the M8, M9 and Cron 50 and 28 ; wich in fact gave me a virtual lens combo : 28 35 50 67 ; I liked it very much as we walked in the bush.
    Stef: Great photos. The detail and B & W's outstanding. Are these cropped much; or, were you really that close? The "High Veld" photo on your blog is also really beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Cheers,

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    Very nicely done Endre!
    Endre: +1. Beautiful treatment.

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    It's the .95 Noctilux. I've only had it for a day ... but, it may be the finest Leica lens I've ever used and/or tried. And, I've used/tried nearly all of the lenses in the R and M lines. I've been giggling out loud all day long at how easy it is to use/focus and how sharp it is wide open. It's expensive ... but, my oh my, does it deliver.

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    Kurt: Nice photos and congratulations on the new lens!

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    Beautiful colors, Matt.
    Osman: Thanks. By the way, your earlier "fish restaurant" photo was great. The light values of the city colors in the background contrast well with the more intense foreground. Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    It's the .95 Noctilux. I've only had it for a day ... but, it may be the finest Leica lens I've ever used and/or tried. And, I've used/tried nearly all of the lenses in the R and M lines. I've been giggling out loud all day long at how easy it is to use/focus and how sharp it is wide open. It's expensive ... but, my oh my, does it deliver.

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    and is it still good at f/11 ?

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    @ Matt: Great, great colors in your shots

    @ Endre: Great stuff

    @ Kurt: Major congrats on the Noct 0.95. It is out of my reach, but I am glad to here that one is in such talented hands as yours....
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    @ erick: My shots of Egypt and Venice were take with the following lenses:

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    thanks Ashwin , I love your photos and it is the only 35mm camera I have seen looking like a MF

    ... now my problem is to find 10 000 euro as soon as possible :-)

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    Ashwin: Thanks.

    Streetscape processed primarily in Lightzone Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Matt : for the animals photo wish I had a DMR and big tele, but nope !!! So I use the M8 with a Summicron 50 at F11, and waited to be close enough ; the girafes one has been crop to a differnet format. (I have also used Topas Adjust on the BW).
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    In front of the window, Lola :



    and the Devil's Point, one of my favorite shooting place near home :



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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Matt : for the animals photo wish I had a DMR and big tele, but nope !!! So I use the M8 with a Summicron 50 at F11, and waited to be close enough ; the girafes one has been crop to a differnet format. (I have also used Topas Adjust on the BW).
    Thanks for you comments.
    Again, very nice. Not having the DMR didn't seem to handicap you! Thanks for the info. Cheers,

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    And two more great photos that snuck in when i was posting. I saw the Lola photo on your blog. Nice moment.

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    Stef: Wonderful shots and post-processing as usual.
    Matt: Thanks a lot.
    Kurt: Congratulations on your new jewel. There may be a few guys who wish to be in your shoes around here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    The clouds look great in that photo Endre. Did you use a polarizer to get the clouds to pop like that?
    No, it is as it was. Find it hard to use polar compared to (d)slr, which i almost never take off from my Canon lenses.
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    Thanks all of you for your comments who encourage me.
    Endre : what a punchy BW !! love it.
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    Nice shot Endre. Wonderful puffy clouds.

    Thanks Matt. By the way, very nice cityscape.

    f11, Erick? I don't even know if the lens has an f2 as I'm certain it will be a while before I try to shoot anything stopped down.

    Ashwin you are too kind. It'll be my only lens or one of two lenses for a long while. I thought about how I like to shoot for some time and decided it is the lens I want to rebuild my lens line-up around. I sent a lot of other gear (some reluctantly) to new homes to make it happen. But, I'm very excited about the possibilities the new lens offers me and how I like to shoot. As an aside, I keep going back to your Egypt and Venice shots ... they might be some of the best M9 shots I've seen to date.

    Stef, nice shots ... very HDR-like post processing. You would not be disappointed with the DMR if you ever decide to go in that direction. It still produces image quality that may still not be matched.

    Thanks Osman for the good wishes and for providing me with gorgeous glimpses of a part of the world that I dream about one day visiting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Thanks, Matt, and great pics, DavidE!
    Thanks, Ashwin. You mentioned you were using the 90 apo-cron for some of your Egypt and Venice shots. I'm thinking about adding a 90mm at some point (50mm is my longest lens). Do you use a magnifier with your 90?

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    Two more from New Orleans. Hope to go back some day.






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    Matt, nice color,composition & light on "Queen City Grill!

    Stef, Lola's smile & eye's could launch a thousand ships! Wonderful!

    David, nice New Orleans set! Love the mood & tone of the first one!

    Kurt, Fantastic Elvis Sushi Ago Go image! Congrats on the "Capo di tutti capi" Noct!!! Cant wait to see more!

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    Nicely seen and captured. Love the color here.

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

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    Kurt: Congratulations on your new jewel. There may be a few guys who wish to be in your shoes around here
    ....and girls. Congratulations, Kurt. It looks like your putting it to good use.

    Stef, I love the Lola photo.
    DavidE, Lots of nice photos.
    Jaap, Like them both. I like the subdued colors.

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    Ashwin/Steve/Kurt: Thanks.

    David: Nice New Orleans shots. I'd like to go there for the first time. A lot like Vegas? By the way, your Protozoid website's very cool. I'll have to browse a little deeper.

    Jaap: Very striking color! The contrast in value and desaturated and saturated hues is interesting.

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    Yamas: Beautiful photo. You can link directly to your Zenfolio site and have the photo seen here. Copy the photo's URL from your share tab in Zenfolio and link it using the yellow icon with the mountain on it (delete one "http") in the reply toolbar. Cheers,

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    Don't think I've posted these. The "flying fish" market at Pike Place, Seattle. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Thanks guys and gals I forgot to mention the details Both M9, first Summilux 24, second Summilux 50 asph. And a spot of CS4
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    David, I've enjoyed all of your New Orleans photos ... I really like the carousel image.

    Very interesting and creative post-processing, Jaap.

    Matt, great use of motion and orange coveralls to add an extra element to those images.

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    Several from an impromptu 20 minute shoot with the M9 and Noctilux ...




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