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    My 75 lux shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Klein View Post
    I had fun with this one. An Elliot Erwitt moment?

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    Cindy: IMO framing like your flower shot, regardless of subject, is what the 75 Lux excels at -- very nice capture!
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    Dan: I wonder how the image would change if the man were in focus and the background out? I assume he's a waiter and the "dump" in the background is ironic
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Cindy: IMO framing like your flower shot, regardless of subject, is what the 75 Lux excels at -- very nice capture!
    Thanks, Jack. The 75 lux is a really special lens (especially now that DAG has perfected my copy.)

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    Wide angle flowers
    Both taken with the WATE at 16mm




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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Dan: I wonder how the image would change if the man were in focus and the background out? I assume he's a waiter and the "dump" in the background is ironic
    that'd be interesting. i wondered about this also. i've also thought of staging this. i'll have my friend in the background peeking over the dumpster, and wait for someone to walk by and do the same thing as this gentleman did (trying not to get into the the camera's view). i hope the dumpster will still be there.

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    rainy day.

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    Climbing Hydrangia.

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    So that is what that thing is called
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    Attachment 5064

    It's finally spring in New Hampshire.

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    The Old Market, Omaha, May, 2008











    All CV 35/2.5 Color-Skopar.

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    Maggie,
    I love them all, but I really, really love the last one. It is great how you captured the little boy's image in the puddle of water, and so poignant to see the young boy and the aging man side-by-side.

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    Some color shots from Friday night:








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    Maggie, I second the motion on the last B&W of the kid with the cowboy hat and the reflection in the puddle. That is a "damn, I wish I'd taken that" shot.

    Ain't playing in the dark fun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Klein View Post
    Maggie, I second the motion on the last B&W of the kid with the cowboy hat and the reflection in the puddle. That is a "damn, I wish I'd taken that" shot.

    Ain't playing in the dark fun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Dan: I wonder how the image would change if the man were in focus and the background out? I assume he's a waiter and the "dump" in the background is ironic
    Bummer, the dumpster was gone when I went back

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    Leica Summicron 50mm f2.0 V (f2.0, 1/360, 160)



    Leica Summicron 50mm f2.0 V (f2.0, 1/250, 160)


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    It's been raining and gray around here for days. I think my brain is getting a little damp. Here's a couple in the gloom. Not sure of them, but it helps pass the time between clients.

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    Hmm. Maybe the color is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Hmm. Maybe the color is better.
    i rather like your black and white one. but this one seems to suggest a story behind the "donuts" on this road.

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    Thanks Daniel. Your perception of a possible story behind this mirrors an impression I had as well. In fact, this photo, while not all that remarkable, has sponsored an idea to do some follow ups and explore this little town a bit further. Since it happens to be the town I live in, it might prove interesting. It's a long way from being an exotic location, but maybe in a perverse way "if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere".

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    It's been raining and gray around here for days. I think my brain is getting a little damp. Here's a couple in the gloom. Not sure of them, but it helps pass the time between clients.

    Damn, I like this one!!!

    Well done!


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    Thanks Maggie. But I bet your just saying that because it's shot with your 21 color skopar!

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    Thanks Maggie. But I bet your just saying that because it's shot with your 21 color skopar!
    Excellent!!!

    Hey man, with that shot, you made it your 21 Color-Skopar!

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    Maybe so, and thanks! But there'll always be a trace of you floating around it whenever it gets mounted. Wait, um, that came out wrong--but you know what I mean.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Excellent!!!

    Hey man, with that shot, you made it your 21 Color-Skopar!

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    Heheheheh!!!!

    I'm glad some good mojo rubbed off on it! It's probably from Bob!

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    Bob has good mojo? Cool.

    By the way, I think I'm falling for the masseuss in the red dress. In Omaha no less!

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    Bob has good mojo? Cool.

    By the way, I think I'm falling for the masseuss in the red dress. In Omaha no less!
    She's a cutie, for sure.

    Omaha is surprisingly cool.

    And how could this cat not have good mojo?

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    How did I miss that your cat's name was Bob? I thought you meant the Bob who posts here on the forum.

    Clearly, your Bob has raging mojo.

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    No competition at all.
    The cat wins.
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    Chloe at the dinner table.
    Not quite the same as the previous few . . . . . but you got to ring the changes! The boys got back from Croatia tonight - too much wine was drunk, and the D3/v58 1.4 and the M8/Nocti got passed around the table. Chloe is always the star of the show though.



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    Two great B&W shots in a row!

    Well done, guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Two great B&W shots in a row!

    Well done, guys!
    Oops... I accidentally deleted my post while I was editing

    Here it is again...

    Spritzing the flowers with holy water.



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    A favorite from Stockholm:



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    Maggie that is incredibly sharp for no tripod...great!
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    (I had help from some street furniture! Shhhh!)

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    Maggie, very special capture. Great shot.

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    Thanks, guys!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    (I had help from some street furniture! Shhhh!)
    Nothing wrong with improvising. I hope that you printed this one, Maggie. It is stunning.

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    Nothing wrong with improvising. I hope that you printed this one, Maggie. It is stunning.
    Thanks, Cindy!

    I haven't printed it yet. I don't even know why I have a printer- the ones I do print just sit in a stack next to the printer. My family dislikes my work, so it's not allowed on the walls.

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    Fun for those who don't have a rangefinder Leica....Attachment 5331
    Enjoy living, live to enjoy

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    Hey Bébèrt
    Welcome - these are stunning, the second one especially. Excellent work.

    I'll be driving through Belgium tomorrow, so I'll wave as I go past

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    Berbert
    Love that middle shot
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    CHEESE RIOT!!!

    Old Cheney Farmers' Market, June, 8th, 2008:


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    hehe, this one gave me a good chuckle

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