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    Bouncing off of Steve's old pickup truck theme... A 1963 Chevrolet C-10 pickup truck, courtesy of the M8 and 1,2/35 Nokton.


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    Kurt,
    here is some help for any spring time feelings
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    Leica Macro-Elmar-M 90mm f/4

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    and another sunset,
    moving the camera around at 4 sec. exposure time
    at f/22 you may see all the dirt on the sensor
    These 2 are Supreme! (lens dust & all )

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    Michael, very nice color & IQ on the Chevy!

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    Michael, very nice color & IQ on the Chevy!
    Thanks! It was a dreary day but it made the paint shiny, heh.

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    @steve, thanks very much
    I did not expect, that any Leica purist will notice the strange sunset at all

    Quote Originally Posted by Per Ofverbeck View Post
    Thank you all for your kind comments about my humble contribution! I must add that no other camera Ive ever owned has been more inspiring and rewarding to use than my new M9: very expensive, but worth every penny!

    This is a remarkable thread, with so many great images! Without really wanting to put any contributor before the others, I have to mention dierk, who has all but sold me on the MacroElmar with his portraits and flowers (and his b/w work is lovely, too!).
    @Per, thank you very much



    about the Macro Elmar
    I ordered it without ever using a Leica M, as the price for the Macro is very interesting for the quality and the smalest smallest object field.
    I did not care about the limited f/4, as I don't use more than f/4 on my D3 (I have the 85/1.4 but never use it any more, for Portraits I use the 105mm macro. below f/4 is just too sensitive to any movement from me or the model and I want the eys sharp.)

    but
    I forgot the interesting advantage of the DOF and the bouquet!
    In the moment I am almost convinced to order the APO-SUMMICRON-M 75 mm f/2 ASPH (and sell the Macro Elmar), as I see many great shots here with the fascinating bouquet and the smallest object field is about the same as the Macro Elmar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose_Salcedo View Post
    The M9 with the Summilux 50/1.4 Asph is a wonderful tool to interpret what surrounds us.
    This and the prior post, are terrific. Great first posts. Welcome to the forum, looking forward to much more.

    By the way, using the yellow box above the reply box to post your links, will allow the images to be seen on the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    Bouncing off of Steve's old pickup truck theme... A 1963 Chevrolet C-10 pickup truck, courtesy of the M8 and 1,2/35 Nokton.
    Hey!!! I know that model. We had one (albeit darker blue) when I was in High School! Very kewl, Michael.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    This and the prior post, are terrific. Great first posts. Welcome to the forum, looking forward to much more.

    By the way, using the yellow box above the reply box to post your links, will allow the images to be seen on the thread.
    Thank you very much, Lloyd! I also appreciate the tip.

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    Welcome, Jose. Lovely black and white capture. Love the motion in the image...
    Thank you, Ashwin. Much to learn, and this is a great place for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Hey!!! I know that model. We had one (albeit darker blue) when I was in High School! Very kewl, Michael.
    Thanks, ha! Small world. That truck actually belongs to my neighbor's dad. It's been up for sale for a while, but no takers so far. It's a really nice truck, I love the old step sides. If I didn't already have enough projects...

    Here are the other images I have of the truck. Click for larger/info:


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    Dierk, I really like the handheld sunset shot... painting with a camera. And Per, I too like everything about your bike shot.

    Livestock show and carnival, M9 50 lux

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    Quote Originally Posted by oc garza View Post
    Dierk, I really like the handheld sunset shot... painting with a camera. And Per, I too like everything about your bike shot.

    Livestock show and carnival, M9 50 lux
    Nice capture. Very colorful Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Matt

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    More from the former NDSM shipyard in Amsterdam (have-a-seat).
    Thanks for viewing.
    Last edited by Knorp; 18th April 2010 at 12:12.
    Bart ...

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    Wow Bart -
    The shipyard scenes are like Salton Sea deja vu. May favorite is the chair with the blue graffiti on the wall.

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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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    Great image Kurt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Wow Bart -
    The shipyard scenes are like Salton Sea deja vu. May favorite is the chair with the blue graffiti on the wall.
    +1 Looks like a really amazing place to shoot urban decay. I agree that the chair and graffiti shot is wonderful.

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    The weather was less than ideal here in London yesterday with a cloudy sky that gave less than ideal lighting, but in the afternoon it got a little better. M9 + MATE @ 50mm f/4:



    I got a kick out of this sign. M9 + MATE @ 35mm f/4;



    Looks better today...heading out shortly.

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    OC...nice color & composition!

    Knorp...Outrageous IQ & Cool Subject Matter! Love these!

    Jeff...Love the framing , richness in the"red" & sign...!

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    thanks to O.C. and Matt

    did anybody have this problem?

    in a series of 4 shots for a vertical pano, taken within a few seconds mode S, not C, one shot contains a part of the following picture.
    This is not visible in the preview in the camera, only at magnification.

    I hope, the coming firmware will solve this.

    Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2




    below is the final uncorrected and unusable result after stitching
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose_Salcedo View Post
    The M9 with the Summilux 50/1.4 Asph is a wonderful tool to interpret what surrounds us.

    Jose,
    great shot and a fantastic motif
    I felt free to modify your post and inserted your original picture

    here it is why

    this one is im my garden and it it blooming soon, see the picture below

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    about 6m high now
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    Dierk,

    I have had that image problem in one shot out of about 10,000 I have taken with the M9 so far. Like you, I was shooting a whole series of shots close together, on S, and one of them had a bit like this from the previous shot. It seems to be related to the buffer not being completely cleared from a previous shot. I would guess that this is addressed with the other issues in card writing. We shall see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post
    thanks to O.C. and Matt

    did anybody have this problem?

    in a series of 4 shots for a vertical pano, taken within a few seconds mode S, not C, one shot contains a part of the following picture.
    This is not visible in the preview in the camera, only at magnification.
    Dierk, I've had that problem. In my case, it appeared to be a corrupt SD card. Some of the images on the card had misplaced rectangles.

    Here are two of those images:





    Wish I had kept the card, because the effect is nice, though unpredictable.
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    David,

    That is quite different from the M9 problem. It's not corrupt cards. I and a number of other people have had the exact same problem happen, with the exact same pattern, location and effect: a bit of the previous image shows up in the next image. Quite different from a card problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    More from the former NDSM shipyard in Amsterdam (have-a-seat).
    Thanks for viewing.
    You too Very nice shots!

    I posted a few shots with similar processing earlier:

    Maybe I'll look in there next Friday again, I have to be at Foto Abro anyway.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    David,

    That is quite different from the M9 problem. It's not corrupt cards. I and a number of other people have had the exact same problem happen, with the exact same pattern, location and effect: a bit of the previous image shows up in the next image. Quite different from a card problem.

    Jeff
    OK, that makes sense. I haven't run into the problem yet with my M9, but then I don't tend to grab multiple shots in succession (probably a reluctance ingrained from the film days).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post

    did anybody have this problem?

    in a series of 4 shots for a vertical pano, taken within a few seconds mode S, not C, one shot contains a part of the following picture.
    This is not visible in the preview in the camera, only at magnification.


    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    Dierk,

    I have had that image problem in one shot out of about 10,000 I have taken with the M9 so far. Like you, I was shooting a whole series of shots close together, on S, and one of them had a bit like this from the previous shot. It seems to be related to the buffer not being completely cleared from a previous shot.
    Jeff
    @Jeff
    what me surprised:
    this foto contains a part of the following foto, which I took 4 seconds later
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    ok. back to the good part of my M9

    Leitz Elmarit-M 28mm f2.8 ASPH








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    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post
    @Jeff
    what me surprised:
    this foto contains a part of the following foto, which I took 4 seconds later
    Oops, I was getting confused. Actually, the problem always is as you described--I even went back and checked my image where this happened, and the image is from the next frame, just like you.

    It makes sense as a buffer-clearing bug--the camera is likely handling buffer memory incorrectly, and parts of one image get written over memory used to hold the previous image, before its written to the card. The mini-jpeg used for previews is rendered first, so you don't see it in the preview.

    There was a pretty lengthy thread on this on the Leica forums:

    http://www.l-camera-forum.com/leica-...rt-latter.html

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    Jose,
    great shot and a fantastic motif
    I felt free to modify your post and inserted your original picture, here it is why
    Hehehe great work!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Wow Bart -
    The shipyard scenes are like Salton Sea deja vu. May favorite is the chair with the blue graffiti on the wall.
    Knorp: +1. I like the overstuffed chair shot also. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    The weather was less than ideal here in London yesterday with a cloudy sky that gave less than ideal lighting, but in the afternoon it got a little better. M9 + MATE @ 50mm f/4:

    I got a kick out of this sign. M9 + MATE @ 35mm f/4;

    Looks better today...heading out shortly.

    Jeff
    Jeff: Nice color and composition on both. It would be rude to kick and bite a foreigner!

    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
    You too Very nice shots!

    I posted a few shots with similar processing earlier:

    Maybe I'll look in there next Friday again, I have to be at Foto Abro anyway.
    Jaap: Good looking truck!

    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post
    ok. back to the good part of my M9
    Dierk: Nice dirtscapes (the stream in the first shot is very subtle). The texture and the fine detail and shadow work well.

    Cheers,
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    OK, today I got out for another walk around London, and had some good light. Here's two nearly identical shots; one wide open at f/2.8 and one stopped down to f/11. I'm curious as to which one is preferred by the group here. M9 + 21mm f/2.8 Elmarit-M ASPH.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    OK, today I got out for another walk around London, and had some good light. Here's two nearly identical shots; one wide open at f/2.8 and one stopped down to f/11. I'm curious as to which one is preferred by the group here. M9 + 21mm f/2.8 Elmarit-M ASPH.





    Jeff
    Jeff: I'm going to say the say the second one. In the first, The flowers in the foreground don't have enough visual weight to be the subject of the photo. The OOF Saint Pauls is distracting. The second photo seems much better balanced and is an excellent photo from an unusual angle. IMHO. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jeff: I'm going to say the say the second one. In the first, The flowers in the foreground don't have enough visual weight to be the subject of the photo. The OOF Saint Pauls is distracting. The second photo seems much better balanced and is an excellent photo from an unusual angle. IMHO. Cheers, Matt

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    I would have to agree with Matt on this one.
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    I would have to agree with Matt on this one.
    -Devon
    Make that +2.

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    A couple from downtown Seattle. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


    2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/125s @ f/2.4; ISO 160


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    Thanks for the feedback guys. Matt, nice pair of shots. I like how the dog is looking at you.

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    Jeff: Thanks. That dog is sitting in the window of a trendy women's clothing shop. I liked that one because you can see the glass. Cheers, Matt

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    Jeff, I prefer the second one. I agree with Matt's reasoning.

    Matt, both shots are very good, the first one being a little closer to my heart for obvious reasons.

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    Jeff, another 2 here!

    Matt, Dog chillin is so cute! Second shot is vibrant & 3d ish! Nice!

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    Matt, Dog chillin is so cute! Second shot is vibrant & 3d ish! Nice!
    +1 on both. I'm guessing that dog might deter any ner-do-wells who might otherwise venture into that shop. I wouldn't want to run afoul of that fido!

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    M9, 18mm Distagon, f/11, single exposure, fully processed in Capture One, sharpened for web in Photoshop CS4
    Oops left 35mm Summilux ASPH profile selected by accident, really need to code that lux

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    M9, 18mm Distagon, f/11, single exposure, fully processed in Capture One, sharpened for web in Photoshop CS4
    Oops left 35mm Summilux ASPH profile selected by accident, really need to code that lux
    Now that's a stunner. Nice to see how that 18mm performs on the M9.

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    It is a lovely lens a little big, but nice none the less. Thanks for the compliments.

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    So, on Sunday I decided to do a walk around the west side of the City of London to photograph some of the many churches designed by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of 1666. There were 87 parish churches burned in the Great Fire, and Christopher Wren and company rebuilt 50 of them, as well as St. Paul's Cathedral. The architecture is very distinctive, and yet each church is unique. Many were burned out in the Blitz, but most of those were rebuilt again. Here's three shots of St. Bride's, off of Fleet Street. The steeple of this church was the model for the modern tiered wedding cake.

    M9 + 50mm Summilux, f/5.6, 1/1500s, ISO 160



    M9 + 50mm Summilux, f/5.6, 1/750s, ISO 160



    M9 + 50mm Summilux, f/4, 1/125s, ISO 160



    Looks like an old-fashioned typo in the last one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    So, on Sunday I decided to do a walk around the west side of the City of London to photograph some of the many churches designed by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of 1666. There were 87 parish churches burned in the Great Fire, and Christopher Wren and company rebuilt 50 of them, as well as St. Paul's Cathedral. The architecture is very distinctive, and yet each church is unique. Many were burned out in the Blitz, but most of those were rebuilt again. Here's three shots of St. Bride's, off of Fleet Street. The steeple of this church was the model for the modern tiered wedding cake.


    Looks like an old-fashioned typo in the last one!

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    Very nice, Jeff. I love that part of London. And great catch on that last one... too funny... Heads have rolled for less.

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    Daniel, what a lovely shot! Thanks for sharing.
    Best,
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    As usual, the thread looks great. I will have to write more later to comment on everyone's recent work, as I have been busy. Also wanted to share an article of my photography with Leica gear in Vietnam last year. Lots of images:

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

    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
    You too Very nice shots!

    I posted a few shots with similar processing earlier:

    Maybe I'll look in there next Friday again, I have to be at Foto Abro anyway.



    Hoi Jaap,
    didn't see that particular truck last time, although I do recognize the text Good shot !
    BTW - if you decide to go Friday and you find this board, please write down a message with a piece of chalk and then make a picture of it ! Too bad I couldn't find any chalk ...
    Kind regards,
    Bart.

    Last edited by Knorp; 15th March 2010 at 13:19. Reason: typo
    Bart ...

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

    A couple from the weekend. Experimenting with post processing.





    Anyone care to explain the angular cut on a couple of the OOF lights?

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