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    Thanks Lloyd and all.

    M8, and early Leitz Elmar 9cm
    Thank you sir!! Beautiful light and shadow here. (BTW, I really like the auto shots here as well. Thanks again for sharing.

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    @ Lloyd: I have been so excited to get your thoughts and comments here. I saw some wonderful pics several months back with stellar images from your porch...lovely!
    I'm honored sir. And it's a privilege to comment on your brilliant work.

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    Oh, Endre, those are just lovely! I love how you have captured them. Almost a film noir feel, especially given the subject matter. Thanks so much for sharing these!
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    Many thanks Lloyd and Ashwin for your generous feedback.
    Silver Fx plugin seems to work, then.
    Cheers,
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    for those of you, who are waiting for the spring
    a few shots from one month ago:

    blooming almonds on La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain

    La Palma in google maps


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

    I promised real HDR
    here they are

    Zeiss C-Biogon 21mm f/4.5

    bracketing 5 exposures 1 EV

    PP: LR 2.6 - Photomatix - LR 2.6






    on this one you may notice the red line on the left:
    it is a faulty sensor with a column fault (Leica: Spaltenfehler) and the sensor will be replaced by Leica

    BUT I can't decide to send the M9 to Leica from La Palma and being without my M9 for a few weeks

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    I promised real HDR
    here they are

    Zeiss C-Biogon 21mm f/4.5

    bracketing 5 exposures 1 EV

    PP: LR 2.6 - Photomatix - LR 2.6

    on this one you may notice the red line on the left:
    it is a faulty sensor with a column fault (Leica: Spaltenfehler) and the sensor will be replaced by Leica

    BUT I can't decide to send the M9 to Leica from La Palma and being without my M9 for a few weeks
    These are great!! And the best part is that they don't look like HDR. Very nice. (The blooming almonds are beautiful! I could sure use some Spring around here!)

    By the way, the line in the sensor usually doesn't require a sensor replacement, but rather a remapping of the sensor. It can be done in less than a day. You shouldn't have to wait long for your camera, unless they have a lot of them to fix. Best of luck with that.

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    Dierk, these HDR's are terrific. It would be hard to tell that they are HDR, and I like that very much. Good luck with your decision. Sorry that your M9 has that column defect. I hope it can be repaired quickly, so we can see more images from you!
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    I promised real HDR
    here they are



    superb interior image. sensor issue seems to be an ongoing issue with Leica, a pity.
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    thanks very much Lloyd, Ashwin and Endre

    you are right, HDR should not be obvious, it should just compensate the contrast (as long, as the sensor can't do it)

    with the D3 I do most shots with bracketing hand held at 9 frames/sec and use HDR very often. It works fine with Photomatix.
    If you are interested, they are here and here, here and here and following. But all not Leica (jet).

    @Lloyd
    as it is a complete row, Leica told me, that they will replace the sensor for free.

    I must say, that I want a perfect sensor for my money.

    My problem is, that it takes at least 3 weeks turnaround time from La Palma to Germany and back plus the time at Leica and about 100 for insured transport

    I will take the chance, to get my 90mm Macro Elmar adjusted, it has a terrible front focus at infinity -- and on the way back I may order the 75mm cron and sell the Macro Elmar, I would love to have f/2

    during the meantime I could not resist to play with the last portrait

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    and Nik Silver Efex for grain, toning and vignette

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    I promised real HDR
    here they are

    Zeiss C-Biogon 21mm f/4.5

    bracketing 5 exposures 1 EV

    PP: LR 2.6 - Photomatix - LR 2.6






    on this one you may notice the red line on the left:
    it is a faulty sensor with a column fault (Leica: Spaltenfehler) and the sensor will be replaced by Leica

    BUT I can't decide to send the M9 to Leica from La Palma and being without my M9 for a few weeks

    Great shots. As per Cosina, the ZM C-Biogon 21/4.5 "should not be used" with the M9. What is your PP secret?

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    Great car shots, Endre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post

    @Lloyd
    as it is a complete row, Leica told me, that they will replace the sensor for free.

    I must say, that I want a perfect sensor for my money.

    My problem is, that it takes at least 3 weeks turnaround time from La Palma to Germany and back plus the time at Leica and about 100 for insured transport
    I had a similar issue with mine, and it was most apparent at high ISO.

    Others here on the forum also had the issue, and in each case I know of the sensor was remapped, rather than replaced. Perhaps Leica are taking a different approach now. All the best with that.

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    Nicely composed, Jaap. I like the details in the shadows and the strong industrial composition here...I like how the M9's sensor holds details in the shadows, and your image shows this...
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    Thanks, Ashwin
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    Ashwin, Dierk, Endre, Steve, Nick, Simon, Matt, Jeff, Kurt, and Jaap – I am in awe of the incredible photos you guys are posting here. Inspiring me to push the creative envelope (or at least to try to).

    Still looking through the old files for unprocessed gems. These are from my trip to the CEATEC tradeshow in Japan back in October. All shot with an M8 and 50 lux.



















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    These are some shots with the M8 with the M-Hexanon 28/2.8 with Hoya R72 filter here
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    Hi Guys,
    Here are a few from the Vault, taken with my M8, 50 lux asph, 75 lux, and noct...











    Oldies, but good stuff...the M8 was good with fast glass...can't wait to shoot something similar with the M9....
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    And a couple of reflections, M8 style



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    David, superb b/w-s, very nicely done with great clarity.

    Ashwin, incredible images, especially love those reflections.

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    M8, Cron 90

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    Dierk: Great HDR shots; I would have never guessed they were HDR they look so natural.

    David: Nice shots as usual. I really like the first one; great color contrasts.

    Ashwin: Excellent low-light band shots.

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    Great car shots, Endre.
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    Great shots everyone! It's always a pleasure to check this thread once a day and see a lot of posts of high calibre photography! You guys inspire me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick_Yoon View Post
    Haven't been shooting much recently...here are some M9 (35 lux asph, 50 lux preasph e43) low-light shots from meeting friends in bars (hope I haven't posted these before):
    Nick: Nice images. not intrusive. you captured a good time.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Simon: Expressive portraits of your daughters. They didn't seem to mind their dad snapping their picture. Nice B & W PP./QUOTE]

    Thank you. They are sued to Dad snapping away by now

    The B&W was done using Nik Silver Efex Pro. I love the High Structure option and normally decrease the contrast and structure amounts and increase the brightness a bit.

    Simon
    Simon: Thanks for the tip. I'll have to try that. I love Silver Efex Po. Actually, i love all of the Nik software.


    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
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    Jaap: Nice, elegantly composed juxtaposition of the the two elements.

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Ashwin, Dierk, Endre, Steve, Nick, Simon, Matt, Jeff, Kurt, and Jaap I am in awe of the incredible photos you guys are posting here. Inspiring me to push the creative envelope (or at least to try to).

    Still looking through the old files for unprocessed gems. These are from my trip to the CEATEC tradeshow in Japan back in October. All shot with an M8 and 50 lux.
    David: Great shots. That last one is especially appealing to me. Your architecture shots (interior and exterior) always capture a strong sense of place. Sometimes with a human perspective (the third shot) and sometimes without (the first shot; which also defines a specific human perspective; very architectonic architecture with a casually "designed" furniture layout ). Oops, sorry.

    Dierk: Nice HDR. Sorry about your sensor.

    Ashwin: Great band shots. Love the reflections.

    Endre: Love seeing your photos of Budapest. The light on those flowers and your PP works very well in B & W.

    Kurt: Thanks There a lot of old wooden sailboats and cruisers moored in front of my office.

    Kurt and Jeff: Let's see some more 0.95 Nocti shots!

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    Here's another shot from the marina. I like getting variations. The first one was processed slightly different to take out some of the yellow light. I think that i like it better then the second. The cabin glass seems more transparent and gives a better sense of depth. Also, the lighting seems more natural. Looking for thoughts. Cheers, Matt

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    @ Nick Y: Terrific series. Love the smoker shot and the happy couple composition. You clearly enjoy a great comfort with this group, as you and your photography blend into these shots...they don't seem to notice any intrusion,which is remarkable skill on your part. Lovely.
    Thanks to you and others who have commented. They are all good friends of mine and also photographers, we're always taking photos of each other.

    Some other photos of friends and fellow photographers:

    Berlin, M8, ZM25/2.8


    Berlin, M8, 21/2.8 preasph


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    Monument project continues

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    Zeiss C-Biogon 21mm f/4.5
    these are only testshots - nothing serious.

    you may find more of the Biogon at my pbase biogon gallerie

    click on the image to see a bigger and sharper version

    this is out of the camera


    after CornerFix
    for the CornerFix calibration I shot a milky glass against the clouds.
    It is not easy to find a grey surface and if you use a small cardboard, you make shadows on the board with the extreme wideangle, it seems to work very good this way.



    and this may show the performance of this little lens

    f/5.6


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    Zeiss C-Biogon 21mm f/4.5

    a few samples of this lens
    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    Great shots. As per Cosina, the ZM C-Biogon 21/4.5 "should not be used" with the M9. What is your PP secret?
    @retow, there is no secret besides a working CornerFix calibration

    I ordered it, because it does not show distortion.









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    Firstly - the images I've seen here on this thread helped me with my decision to get an M9 so many thanks to all. I hope the following images will in some way complement those images that are already on this thread.

    I took a break yesterday from processing the images from my recent trip and went to the nearby Saguaro National Park.











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    [QUOTE=dierk;191717]Zeiss C-Biogon 21mm f/4.5

    a few samples of this lens

    @retow, there is no secret besides a working CornerFix calibration

    I ordered it, because it does not show distortion.


    Some great b/w-s, indeed. No distortion, at a glance.

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    Some great b/w-s, indeed. No distortion, at a glance.

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    +1 Impressive, and apparently distortion-free, results.

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    The Cron 28/M9 combination :



    interior of a kind of bazar in Pilgrim Rest, M'pumalanga in South Africa !

    Beware, girafe's crossing :



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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    The Cron 28/M9 combination :

    interior of a kind of bazar in Pilgrim Rest, M'pumalanga in South Africa !

    Beware, girafe's crossing :

    with M8/Cron 50/red filter
    Love that giraffe crossing!

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    Don: I like the last image, but what's with the pink cast in the first image? Is that intentional?

    Dierk: Really great group of images. That lens is working well for you.

    Aboud: Gorgeous light on the Lincoln Memorial.

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    Here's another shot from the marina. I like getting variations. The first one was processed slightly different to take out some of the yellow light. I think that i like it better then the second. The cabin glass seems more transparent and gives a better sense of depth. Also, the lighting seems more natural. Looking for thoughts. Cheers, Matt
    Matt, I really prefer the first image as well. I do like the warmth of the angular light, but I think that still comes through in the light on the near boat, and the one in front of it. I agree about the glass, and the water seems more crisp (if that makes sense).

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    Lots of fog over the past few days as Spring battles with Winter for seasonal supremacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Lots of fog over the past few days as Spring battles with Winter for seasonal supremacy.

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    Ah... very nice, Kurt. (I hope Spring wins!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    Don: I like the last image, but what's with the pink cast in the first image? Is that intentional?

    Dierk: Really great group of images. That lens is working well for you.

    Aboud: Gorgeous light on the Lincoln Memorial.

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    + 1, on all counts. (I was wondering about the pink as well. Glad you asked)

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    Great images, Kurt, but having lived in WI for 15 years, I have to say its more like Winter battling Summer: Spring is just a blink compared to what I grew up with on the east coast. As always, summer will prevail, and make you soon forget the bitter cold of winter.

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    Lovely, Kurt! I love the seasonal supremacy analogy...gosh, your images are tempting me towars the new noct...hahah...and that's a testament to your shots. My wallet would cry, though...
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    @ Dierk: Lovely black and whites

    @ Don: Enjoy that M9. Nice dessert series

    @ StefLaurent974: Nice giraffe composition...

    @ Endre: Lovely black and white conversion for those flowers. Was this Nik-efex'd

    @ Matt: I think I am going to head down to the pear soon, and see what your eyes are seeing. I love the patterns of reflected water against the boats...
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    @ Dierk: Lovely black and whites

    @ Don: Enjoy that M9. Nice dessert series

    @ StefLaurent974: Nice giraffe composition...

    @ Endre: Lovely black and white conversion for those flowers. Was this Nik-efex'd

    @ Matt: I think I am going to head down to the pear soon, and see what your eyes are seeing. I love the patterns of reflected water against the boats...


    indeed, Lightroom + SFX plugin. Love that combination.
    cheers,
    endre
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun With Digital M Images

    Kurt & Lloyd,
    very nice b/w-s, as expected.

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    m8, cron 50

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