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    I've been at the CTIA tradeshow in Las Vegas for the past week. I can't believe how many great photos have been posted by (takes a deep breath)... Mathomas, Matt, Carlos, Bart, Dierk, Kitok, Jeff, Son, Thrice, Endre, Ashwin, Endre, Lloyd, Jappy, CMB, Kurt, Woody, and Tofa. Holy cow, what a thread! Amazing images.

    Between CTIA commitments, I tried out the 18mm on my M9, now that Leica has fixed the magenta issue. The 18mm sure is w--i--d--e.















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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    I've been at the CTIA tradeshow in Las Vegas for the past week. I can't believe how many great photos have been posted by (takes a deep breath)... Mathomas, Matt, Carlos, Bart, Dierk, Kitok, Jeff, Son, Thrice, Endre, Ashwin, Endre, Lloyd, Jappy, CMB, Kurt, Woody, and Tofa. Holy cow, what a thread! Amazing images.

    Between CTIA commitments, I tried out the 18mm on my M9, now that Leica has fixed the magenta issue. The 18mm sure is w--i--d--e.
    Wow, wow, wow!!! David, these are absolutely fantastic!!! I can't tell you how much... honestly. Great stuff for sure. You did really nice work with that 18 on the M8, but these are well beyond that!

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    Beautiful shot, Woody!
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    Woody: +1. I'm having to scroll up and down on this laptop! That little sliver's perfect. You and David keep posting superb architectural photos that have unique perspective and artistic intent.

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Beautiful, Knorp. Shows the lens in its full grandeur.
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    Bart: +1. the reflections are very cool. Hope you have rubber boots.

    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
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    Porsche, model type 64, 1939
    Endre: Very sensuous photos. Makes me want to caress it.

    Quote Originally Posted by tofa View Post
    M8, Elmarit 28
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    Tofa: Great B&W composition. Nice balance between the dog and people on the bench.

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    I've been at the CTIA tradeshow in Las Vegas for the past week. I can't believe how many great photos have been posted by (takes a deep breath)... Mathomas, Matt, Carlos, Bart, Dierk, Kitok, Jeff, Son, Thrice, Endre, Ashwin, Endre, Lloyd, Jappy, CMB, Kurt, Woody, and Tofa. Holy cow, what a thread! Amazing images.

    Between CTIA commitments, I tried out the 18mm on my M9, now that Leica has fixed the magenta issue. The 18mm sure is w--i--d--e.
    David: Awesome! That is seriously wide. It adds a surreal quality to the obvious Vegas images and a unique view to the architectural photos.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Seattle's Pike Place Market's well-photgraphed sign and daffodils. Cheers, Matt.

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    Seattle's Pike Place Market's well-photgraphed sign and daffodils. Cheers, Matt.
    Really nice image, Matt. And man, those reds really pop!

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    Thanks, Lloyd and Matt. I made myself shoot with the 18 the whole time I was out there. I ended up with lots of shots that didn't quite work, but some shots that are really cool. Figured it was the best way to get to know the lens on the M9.

    Here are a few more.









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    Thanks, Lloyd and Matt. I made myself shoot with the 18 the whole time I was out there. I ended up with lots of shots that didn't quite work, but some shots that are really cool. Figured it was the best way to get to know the lens on the M9.

    Here are a few more.
    More extra-wide goodness. I really like the light and shadows on the first two, and the all-encompassing framing on the last one really works well. Nice.

    Good idea, using just the one. I do that anytime I get a new lens... on the camera it goes, and on it stays until I really feel I know it's characteristics, strengths, weaknesses, etc.

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    Really nice image, Matt. And man, those reds really pop!
    Lloyd: Thanks. Popping reds are courtesy of Nik Viveza 2's selective tool. Cheers, Matt.

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    Thanks, Lloyd and Matt. I made myself shoot with the 18 the whole time I was out there. I ended up with lots of shots that didn't quite work, but some shots that are really cool. Figured it was the best way to get to know the lens on the M9.

    Here are a few more.
    David: Great photos. Don't see that kind of chandelier (?) often. The third shot's very nice. I like the angled view. Excellent idea to use the one lens. Extreme wide angles can really impose their character in a photo. It's a gift to be able to deal with that. You seem to have it in control. Let's see some more.

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    Seattle, Lake Union. Cheers, Matt.

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    Great shots David, in particular the one of that soft coloured building façade is wonderful, but the b/w chandeliers are really breathtakingly beautiful

    Kind regards.
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    More summarex madness ...
    Last edited by Knorp; 16th July 2010 at 11:43.
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    David,Matt & Bart....Scrumptious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    I've been at the CTIA tradeshow in Las Vegas for the past week. I can't believe how many great photos have been posted by (takes a deep breath)... Mathomas, Matt, Carlos, Bart, Dierk, Kitok, Jeff, Son, Thrice, Endre, Ashwin, Endre, Lloyd, Jappy, CMB, Kurt, Woody, and Tofa. Holy cow, what a thread! Amazing images.

    Between CTIA commitments, I tried out the 18mm on my M9, now that Leica has fixed the magenta issue. The 18mm sure is w--i--d--e.
    David, fantastic pictures. I really like the B&W, especially the first one and the ones with the lamps, but the colors are great as well.
    I am afraid, these pictures may cost me a lot of money (for the 18mm) in the future
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    Wow, wow, wow!!! David, these are absolutely fantastic!!! I can't tell you how much... honestly. Great stuff for sure. You did really nice work with that 18 on the M8, but these are well beyond that!
    I agree, I am really into wa´s and this are inspiring.

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    Thanks, Lloyd, Bart, Matt, Steve, Bart, Dierk, and Gero. I really appreciate the encouragement.

    It was fun to confine myself to an unusual focal length. You look for images to fit the lens. Vegas is especially well-suited for wide-angle in that it's built to a larger-than-life scale.
















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    Endre, wonderful shots of the Porsche. I have to get to that museum!

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    David, great stuff with that 18mm lens. I love it!

    Matt, nice couple of images. The red sign really does pop out nicely.

    I am back in CA with my new M9, so now I need to go get some images to post to this thread!

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    Thought I'd give myself a challenge ...

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    David, wonderful shots, especially the interior ones.

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    Don, bird in the nest... doesn't get any better! which lens? eleanor

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    A few to share from my newly acquired lens - currently my favorite in my M line-up

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    :-) Roan

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    Endre, wonderful shots of the Porsche. I have to get to that museum!
    Indeed, a must see place but if you want something impressive, visit the Mercedes Benz Museum,- incredible.
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    Amazing images all,

    DavidE spectacular wide angles and views.

    Dierk, many thanks for your kind note
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    Don, bird in the nest... doesn't get any better! which lens? eleanor
    It's the Summarit 90mm f/2.5. I set the camera for auto ISO with a range of 160 to 400 and used a combination of auto and manual exposure.

    Every time I visit I see wonderful beautiful images that make me want to go out and keep pushing that edge. I feel I'm pushing the M9 towards the edge of what it and I can accomplish however it's a heck of a ride getting there!

    Any news on your M9?

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    David: I hate to single out any, as they are all great. But, that b/w interior with the reflections is a knockout!!

    Don: Impressive in the extreme! I second the question, which lens?

    Roan: Very nice work, and excellent b/w. So, which new "favorite" lens is this?

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    M8, CV12

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    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
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    Very nice Endre. Love that wide perspective. Beautiful place too.

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    Very nice Endre. Love that wide perspective. Beautiful place too.
    Gyula, Bekes county, south east Hungary.
    a town, worth to know for its thermal bath and also for its medieval castle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Thanks, Lloyd, Bart, Matt, Steve, Bart, Dierk, and Gero. I really appreciate the encouragement.

    It was fun to confine myself to an unusual focal length. You look for images to fit the lens. Vegas is especially well-suited for wide-angle in that it's built to a larger-than-life scale.
    David, fantastic again, all of them --- more

    my favorites of this series: the first one and the tulips
    (I could not find your feet among the tulips )
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun With Digital M Images

    one more of the 'dish-art'
    (sorry for 'art', it just sounds funny to me)

    Leica Macro-Elmar-M 90mm f/4

    hand held aginst the sky with some clouds, my arm was almost too short

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    [QUOTE=dierk;197361]one more of the 'dish-art'
    (sorry for 'art', it just sounds funny to me)

    Leica Macro-Elmar-M 90mm f/4

    hand held aginst the sky with some clouds, my arm was almost too short

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    nice minimal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post
    one more of the 'dish-art'
    (sorry for 'art', it just sounds funny to me)

    Leica Macro-Elmar-M 90mm f/4

    hand held aginst the sky with some clouds, my arm was almost too short

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    nice minimal.
    +1 Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Thanks, Lloyd, Bart, Matt, Steve, Bart, Dierk, and Gero. I really appreciate the encouragement.








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    Quote Originally Posted by roanjoh View Post
    A few to share from my newly acquired lens - currently my favorite in my M line-up

    #1


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    :-) Roan
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    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post
    one more of the 'dish-art'
    (sorry for 'art', it just sounds funny to me)

    Leica Macro-Elmar-M 90mm f/4

    hand held aginst the sky with some clouds, my arm was almost too short

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    Quote Originally Posted by dierk View Post
    my favorites of this series: the first one and the tulips
    (I could not find your feet among the tulips )
    Actually, I do have a few shots that include my feet and pants legs.

    Then I discovered I could hold the camera in front of me and aim down, using the neck strap for added stability. Or I angled the shot, as with this one.



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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Seattle, Lake Union. Cheers, Matt.

    M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/4000s @ f/1.7; -1/3 EV; ISO 160
    This is great, Matt. Love the light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Actually, I do have a few shots that include my feet and pants legs.

    Then I discovered I could hold the camera in front of me and aim down, using the neck strap for added stability. Or I angled the shot, as with this one.



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    Thanks Lloyd :-) It's the 35 Summilux........ truly an amazing lens!!!

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    here are some of my own...

    a pair taken while wandering at lunch with my M9:

    24/2.8 asph ISO 160 around 1/1000-4000 on the flowers, and brick wall (though the wall is cropped for effect)

    and then another

    90/2.0 pre-asph ISO 400 @ 1/30sec handheld on the keyboard - test of the focus as this is a new lens to me! i couldn't wait til morning to play around with it.

    added the ThumbsUp that has been talked about in various forums, and i have to agree there is a world of difference.

    added a last couple from the 50/1.4 pre-asph shot around the dinner table as my sister and i were reminiscing with family friends. not the perfect focus on her face on the right - instead it's on the wine, which was not the center of the evening despite what the last image might suggest! i love how it looks though.

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    25mm Biogon on the M9

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    Washington's Cascade Mountains, Mountain Loop Road, Big Four Mountain Ice Caves Trailhead. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/3000s @ f/4; ISO 160


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    3. M9; 50mm f/1.4; 1/1000s @ f/2; ISO 160


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    m_discoll, thrice

    very nice posts.
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    very nice posts.
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun With Digital M Images

    For a photographer this has got to be one of the most interesting threads on the web. Anywhere. Thanks to everyone who posts - there is something to learn from everyone and your examples help keep me on my game.

    And especially, thanks to Lloyd, our guide and curator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    For a photographer this has got to be one of the most interesting threads on the web. Anywhere. Thanks to everyone who posts - there is something to learn from everyone and your examples help keep me on my game.

    And especially, thanks to Lloyd, our guide and curator.
    +1 on that.
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    Friday's post to my blog. M9 + 24mm lux


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    FINALLY got my tracking number from B&H so I should get the M9 by Tuesday UPS gods willing. You and I are both Phase One shooters so will be curious to see what images i come up with using the Leica system. Have the 35 and 75 cron lenses so far (want the 50 lux too). I'll be posting images here shortly. Like you I wanted something high quality and very very small to carry everywhere and when hiking or walking distances. More later! Eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    It's the Summarit 90mm f/2.5. I set the camera for auto ISO with a range of 160 to 400 and used a combination of auto and manual exposure.

    Every time I visit I see wonderful beautiful images that make me want to go out and keep pushing that edge. I feel I'm pushing the M9 towards the edge of what it and I can accomplish however it's a heck of a ride getting there!

    Any news on your M9?

    Don

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