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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Lovely work here from CMB, Dierk, Matt, Jose, and Jaap, Knorp, et al! Excellent through and through! Keep it up guys...
    Couldn't have said it better...+1!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I couldn't help myself with the PP! Cheers, Matt.

    1. M9: 50mm f/1; 1/4000s @ f/2.4; -2/3 EV ISO 80


    2. M9: 50mm f/1; 1/350s @ f/8; -1/3 EV ISO 80
    These are great, Matt. I really like that processing on that first one. The second shot is really interesting, but as much from the standpoint of the field of view as anything. I was surprised to see that it was shot with the 50 f1, as at first blush I would have marked it as shot with something wider. Excellent result, which really shows the versatility of that lens... great even stopped down.

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    ...does anybody knows the english name of it?
    (Schwanenhalsagave in German).
    Dierk, wir sagen nur Agave da zu.

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    Thanks for the info CMB!!! I might keep on a look-out for this lens......

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    Nice images Charlie, Jaap, Jono, Woody, Dierk, Endre, Jose and Matt. And Bart, thanks for the 85mm summarex images ... now I've spent the past hour and a half looking at summarex pictures on the internet.

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

    Here are a few images from a local military history museum/scrap yard that keeps a large collection of tanks, planes and other military vehicles on its premises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Here are a few images from a local military history museum/scrap yard that keeps a large collection of tanks, planes and other military vehicles on its premises.

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    Great stuff, Kurt. Love them all, but the reflection in particular.

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    Really nice Kurt, I like the processing also.

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    @ Jose, Lloyd, Alnitak, Ashwin, Steve, Kurt thanks
    and Lloyd, thank you for the Foxtail Agave
    and Double Negavite as well

    @cmb, great shots and mood, I like the wood, the 'gasoleo' and the stairs most!

    @Kurt, great series again!!
    and is a bit of contrast to all the iron


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    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post
    @ Jose, Lloyd, Alnitak, Ashwin, Steve, Kurt thanks
    and Lloyd, thank you for the Foxtail Agave
    and Double Negavite as well

    @cmb, great shots and mood, I like the wood, the 'gasoleo' and the stairs most!

    @Kurt, great series again!!
    and is a bit of contrast to all the iron


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    More goodness, dierk. But this one... oh my. This is glorious.

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    Great stuff, Kurt. Love them all, but the reflection in particular.
    +1 on the reflections, too.
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    [QUOTE=dierk;196659]@ Jose, Lloyd, Alnitak, Ashwin, Steve, Kurt thanks
    and Lloyd, thank you for the Foxtail Agave
    and Double Negavite as well

    @cmb, great shots and mood, I like the wood, the 'gasoleo' and the stairs most!

    @Kurt, great series again!!
    and is a bit of contrast to all the iron


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    Thanks Lloyd, Gero, Dierk and Endre! Dierk those macro shots are fantastic ... they leave me with the impression that I can feel you smiling when you take them.

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    @Lloyd, what can I say? Thank you very much indeed

    @Endre and Kurt, thanks to you as well

    Kurt, you are right, when I walk arrond on my ground I always see pictures ... and some of then I get ... and would like to post more from time to time
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun With Digital M Images

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Here are a few images from a local military history museum/scrap yard that keeps a large collection of tanks, planes and other military vehicles on its premises.

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    Nicely done Kurt!

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    My CV 35 Nokton finally arrived :-) today.
    sort of a test shot with the M8

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

    Nice to see the macro shots too. The M really is such a versatile system and compact enough to take with you anywhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Nice to see the macro shots too. The M really is such a versatile system and compact enough to take with you anywhere!
    exactly my feeling!
    it is compact and this small camera delivers one of the best IQ from that sensor and the Leica lenses

    Endre, congratulations to your Nokton and to your first test shot, exactly, what I like
    and - many more to come
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    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post
    exactly my feeling!
    it is compact and this small camera delivers one of the best IQ from that sensor and the Leica lenses

    Endre, congratulations to your Nokton and to your first test shot, exactly, what I like
    and - many more to come
    many thanks, Dierk!
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    Just for demonstration of the RF capabilities

    these images are nothing special, just for demonstration for those, who are looking here and don't know, if a RF like Leica M9 will be a good choice.
    I had the same problem 4 months ago after decades shooting SLR and big problems with my eyes (holes in the macula)

    I am always again surprised, how exact I can focus with the rangefinder (and 1.25x Viewfinder Magnifier with the 90mm Macro Elmar)!



    Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2

    f/2 ?, click for the larger version



    the 1:1 crop






    Leica Macro-Elmar-M 90mm f/4

    f/5.6 ?, about 80% crop of the full image,
    click for the larger version



    the 1:1 crop


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    La Plagne (France)

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    Great stuff, Kurt, Dierk, Endre, and Ron!

    Kurt, damn, I have lost my mind looking at the wonderful shots you are making. Unfortunately, no obvious takers for my proposed lens auction (actually got lowballed a couple of times...not so fun), so I will stay put and wait for a time more appropriate for joining the club!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    These are great, Matt. I really like that processing on that first one. The second shot is really interesting, but as much from the standpoint of the field of view as anything. I was surprised to see that it was shot with the 50 f1, as at first blush I would have marked it as shot with something wider. Excellent result, which really shows the versatility of that lens... great even stopped down.
    Lloyd: That shot surprised me too. The lens was the wrong choice for the day (lots of blown highlights). It actually is pretty versatile and does have apertures other then the f/1.0!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great stuff, Kurt. Love them all, but the reflection in particular.
    Kurt: +1.

    Dierk/Endre: Nice work with the CV Nokton 35.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ron (Netherlands) View Post
    La Plagne (France)
    Ron: Beautiful Photo. The natural and artificial light are perfect.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Great stuff, Kurt, Dierk, Endre, and Ron!

    Kurt, damn, I have lost my mind looking at the wonderful shots you are making. Unfortunately, no obvious takers for my proposed lens auction (actually got lowballed a couple of times...not so fun), so I will stay put and wait for a time more appropriate for joining the club!

    Best,
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    An artful picnic. Bridge across the railroad tracks. Cheers, Matt.

    1. M9; 50mm f/1.0; 1/1500s @f/2.4: -1/3 EV; ISO 80


    2. M9; 50mm f/1.0; 1/350s @f/9.5: -1/3 EV; ISO 80


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    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
    My CV 35 Nokton finally arrived :-) today.
    sort of a test shot with the M8
    A successful test test! Really nice image.

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    Just for demonstration of the RF capabilities

    these images are nothing special, just for demonstration for those, who are looking here and don't know, if a RF like Leica M9 will be a good choice.
    I had the same problem 4 months ago after decades shooting SLR and big problems with my eyes (holes in the macula)

    I am always again surprised, how exact I can focus with the rangefinder (and 1.25x Viewfinder Magnifier with the 90mm Macro Elmar)!


    the 1:1 crop


    These are all great, Dierk, but this last one is breathtaking.

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    WWWOOOWWW!!!!

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    These are all great, Dierk, but this last one is breathtaking.
    Dierk: +1. Cheers, Matt

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    An artful picnic. Bridge across the railroad tracks. Cheers, Matt.
    Great color, and brilliant detail. Love the reflection too. Again with the great f1 stopped down work. Nice.

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    Great color, and brilliant detail. Love the reflection too. Again with the great f1 stopped down work. Nice.
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    A successful test test! Really nice image.
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    These are all great, Dierk, but this last one is breathtaking.
    agree on that.
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    Tuesday's post from my blog. m9 + 35mm cron pre-asph v.4. The Chrysler Building from One UN Plaza.


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    Nice images Endre, Dierk, Ron, Matt and Woody. I firmly believe that they prove that a good eye is so much more important than the lens used. The whole thread is a testament to the excitement, passion and the results of shooting with digital rangefinders. Even going back a simple five pages in this thread demonstrates the wide variety of focal lengths, apertures, age, and brands of lenses.

    That being said, Ashwin, take your time in joining the new noct club. You are already producing fantastic shots with your current lenses. There is no need to abandon your current set-up to chase the new noct dragon until you are ready. So many of us (and I'm probably the poster boy for buying and selling lenses) end up regretting and rebuying a variety of lenses over time. I waited for about four months for my new noct to arrive ... which gave me plenty of time to decide if I really wanted to make such a drastic alteration to my lens kit. In the end, I'm happy with my choice, but I know that somewhere down the road I'll eventually want/need to repurchase another 75lux for portraits.

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    Beautiful shot, Woody!
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    Beautiful shot, Woody!
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    +1, Another iconic shot.

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    +1, Another iconic shot.
    +1 on that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Nice images Endre, Dierk, Ron, Matt and Woody. I firmly believe that they prove that a good eye is so much more important than the lens used. The whole thread is a testament to the excitement, passion and the results of shooting with digital rangefinders. Even going back a simple five pages in this thread demonstrates the wide variety of focal lengths, apertures, age, and brands of lenses.

    That being said, Ashwin, take your time in joining the new noct club. You are already producing fantastic shots with your current lenses. There is no need to abandon your current set-up to chase the new noct dragon until you are ready. So many of us (and I'm probably the poster boy for buying and selling lenses) end up regretting and rebuying a variety of lenses over time. I waited for about four months for my new noct to arrive ... which gave me plenty of time to decide if I really wanted to make such a drastic alteration to my lens kit. In the end, I'm happy with my choice, but I know that somewhere down the road I'll eventually want/need to repurchase another 75lux for portraits.

    Kurt
    agree. equipment, be that M.... any and many of the available lenses out there are tools essential,- but the way you see the world is even more important.
    Obviously, the brand we all like here is a very fine instrument, yet I strongly beleive these images posted here are actually there in the minds of the photograper. We are just lucky to have very similar tastes, here.
    And yes, this is an outstanding thread.
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    Matt, Woody, Dierk, Endre, Ron and Kurt, all excellent shots and what a variety, I love it !
    So, keep them coming, guys

    Here's another one from the NDSM slipway. This time a seriously stopped-down fast 50
    Last edited by Knorp; 16th July 2010 at 11:43.
    Bart ...

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    Beautiful, Knorp. Shows the lens in its full grandeur.
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    Beautiful, Knorp. Shows the lens in its full grandeur.
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    Yes indeed! Actually a wonderful image, Bart.

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    m8,- Cron 50





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    Porsche, model type 64, 1939
    AWESOME!!! Both the Porsche and the wonderful photos. (I love both shots, but that second one is really WOW! Terrific light!)

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    AWESOME!!! Both the Porsche and the wonderful photos. (I love both shots, but that second one is really WOW! Terrific light!)
    the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart.

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    @Matt, Ashwin, Endre and Bart
    thanks very much

    @Matt, perfect colors, it is like looking out of the window

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    These are all great, Dierk, but this last one is breathtaking.
    @Lloyd, thanks very much,
    but - this is a 1:1 crop of the 18MPix!!
    The problem is, it is not a real macro and you can't print it on A2 paper, as I did from my D3 pictures with a real macro lens. For real macro a RF like the M9 is just not the right tool, my opinion.

    This example is from a D3 with 105mm macro at f/8 with wonderfull bouquet:
    (click for a larger and sharper version)


    Leica calls the Leica Macro-Elmar-M 90mm f/4 a macro lens, but only with the macro adapter you get into real macro.

    I posted this crop only to show, how good I could focus with the Leica RF



    @Woody, great and creative shot from the Chrysler Building

    @Bart, great agian, keep posting from that shipway

    @Endre, fantastic, motiv, light and PP
    (I am getting jealous for those motives)
    the 2nd one is just WOW

    therefore I show it again, click, to see a larger version and the whole series of Endre
    (I hope you don't mind this, Endre)
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    much appreciated, Dierk!

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    [QUOTE=tofa;197118]M8, Elmarit 28


    nice shot &b/w.
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    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
    much appreciated, Dierk!

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    Endre,
    I spent some time at your pbase and I want to tell everybody, that I am really impressed from your creativity.
    You see pictures, where nobody else would see any picture

    A great inspiration, thanks.
    I have to come back soon.
    regards
    dierk
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    Thanks, Endre.

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    nice shot &b/w.

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