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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    @ Lloyd: You don't get enough thanks for commenting so often, so kindly, and so regularly. You are one of the foundations of this forum and thread, and I am deeply thankful of this
    Thank you Ashwin. [blush] The truth is, I come here because I am consistently inspired by the level of competency and creativity exhibited here. I can't tell you how many "WOW" moments I've had viewing the work on this forum.

    What's impressive most of all is that by and large it seems to matter little what photographic tools are in use, be it Leica, Canon, Nikon, Sony, 35mm, MF, Large Format, film or digital, the level of artistic talent is astonishing, truly as good as anything I've seen anywhere. And since it cuts across brands and devices, one has to conclude that it's really the artists behind the cameras. And that, in truth, is what impresses and inspires me the most.

    I'm just grateful to be able come here, where I feel like I'm among kindred spirits... from all over the world... people who I have truly come to consider my friends, without ever meeting them in person, and be welcomed, encouraged and inspired. My thanks to all of you for that!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    It's 500' tall. Sometimes you just can't avoid photographing it. There are also trees everywhere you look. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 90mm f/2.8; 1/180s @ f/13; ISO 80


    2. M9; 90mm f/2.8; 1/1500s @ f/3.4; ISO 80


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    Nice to see a different perspective on # 1! # 2 is excellent for lines,light & shadows! Fine set Matt!

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    Wow, + 1 to Steve's comment for Matt. Great captures, and a unique view of Seattle that I hadn't seen...
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    I've been away for a little while ... so for all of my friends on the forum, here's a special treat ... a hunk a hunk of burnin' love. (While I was in Memphis earlier in the week I saw this gentleman and yelled out, "Hey Elvis." He didn't miss a beat and threw down this pose straight from the '69 comeback special ... minus the leather body suit, of course.)


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

    This has to be the most amazing thread of all time!
    Ashwin, your photos from Venice are wonderful.
    Endre, Jeff, Yamasdigital, Matt keep the good stuff coming.
    Kurt, That is a very cool character.
    Lloyd, I agree with Ashwin...your support is always appreciated. Now, how about posting some M8 pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    I've been away for a little while ... so for all of my friends on the forum, here's a special treat ... a hunk a hunk of burnin' love. (While I was in Memphis earlier in the week I saw this gentleman and yelled out, "Hey Elvis." He didn't miss a beat and threw down this pose straight from the '69 comeback special ... minus the leather body suit, of course.)

    Kurt, i was wondering where you were?! This Is Classic & Put A Big Smile On My Face! Welcome Back!!!

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    Thanks Cindy and Steve ... welcome back to Wisconsin, Cindy.

    Here's another from Memphis ... doesn't matter if it's 3am or 6am, there are always plenty of pigeons to be found on Beale Street.

    Kurt



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    Kurt, I think I am going to call you Dr. Noctilust, for the lust that your images engender in my for that f/0.95. I continue to ponder how to get the lens, somehow, someway....some day...until then, I will continue to enjoy your captures. Elvis has left the building! Love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Kurt, I think I am going to call you Dr. Noctilust, for the lust that your images engender in my for that f/0.95. I continue to ponder how to get the lens, somehow, someway....some day...until then, I will continue to enjoy your captures. Elvis has left the building! Love it!
    + 1.

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    Thank you Ashwin. [blush] The truth is, I come here because I am consistently inspired by the level of competency and creativity exhibited here. I can't tell you how many "WOW" moments I've had viewing the work on this forum.

    What's impressive most of all is that by and large it seems to matter little what photographic tools are in use, be it Leica, Canon, Nikon, Sony, 35mm, MF, Large Format, film or digital, the level of artistic talent is astonishing, truly as good as anything I've seen anywhere. And since it cuts across brands and devices, one has to conclude that it's really the artists behind the cameras. And that, in truth, is what impresses and inspires me the most.

    I'm just grateful to be able come here, where I feel like I'm among kindred spirits... from all over the world... people who I have truly come to consider my friends, without ever meeting them in person, and be welcomed, encouraged and inspired. My thanks to all of you for that!!
    Ashwin/Lloyd: Well said! Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Nice to see a different perspective on # 1! # 2 is excellent for lines,light & shadows! Fine set Matt!
    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Wow, + 1 to Steve's comment for Matt. Great captures, and a unique view of Seattle that I hadn't seen...
    Steve/Ashwin: Thank you both. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    I've been away for a little while ... so for all of my friends on the forum, here's a special treat ... a hunk a hunk of burnin' love. (While I was in Memphis earlier in the week I saw this gentleman and yelled out, "Hey Elvis." He didn't miss a beat and threw down this pose straight from the '69 comeback special ... minus the leather body suit, of course.)

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
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    Here's another from Memphis ... doesn't matter if it's 3am or 6am, there are always plenty of pigeons to be found on Beale Street.
    Kurt
    Kurt: Excellent photos! Hey, if you look the part, you better be able to play the part. You're making wonderful use of that lens. The bokeh's pretty subtle in the second photo. Were you stopped down? Welcome back. Cheers, Matt

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    Kurt, great atmosphere in these images. I fear this thread is not going to be good for controlling my lens lust....

    ~ Jeff

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    Thank you Ashwin. [blush] The truth is, I come here because I am consistently inspired by the level of competency and creativity exhibited here. I can't tell you how many "WOW" moments I've had viewing the work on this forum.

    What's impressive most of all is that by and large it seems to matter little what photographic tools are in use, be it Leica, Canon, Nikon, Sony, 35mm, MF, Large Format, film or digital, the level of artistic talent is astonishing, truly as good as anything I've seen anywhere. And since it cuts across brands and devices, one has to conclude that it's really the artists behind the cameras. And that, in truth, is what impresses and inspires me the most.

    I'm just grateful to be able come here, where I feel like I'm among kindred spirits... from all over the world... people who I have truly come to consider my friends, without ever meeting them in person, and be welcomed, encouraged and inspired. My thanks to all of you for that!!
    Llyod: Thank you Ashwin. I apologize for not having acknowledged Llyod's
    contributions earlier. A journey one makes alone is no journey at all. The
    journey one makes with friends is what it is all about. I hope ( no, I know )
    I have made a few friends along my journey.

    Lloyd is at the top of that list.

    Thank you Llyod.

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    Thanks for the comment Ashwin ... it's a worthy lens to lust after. It's hard to find fault with it no matter if it is wide-open or stopped down. I'm far more of a limitation to it as a photographer than it is to me as a lens. Because of what and how I like to shoot (in addition to it being a favorite focal length), I'm using it as a do-everything lens. In my warped, shallow focus world it's a "day to night" zoom that allows me to take my camera and a single lens everywhere.

    Thanks Endre, Matt and Jeff. Matt, I'm uncertain if that second image was shot wide open or not. I usually try to keep the lens dialed close to f0.95 but sometimes feel guilty about being so one-dimensional. So I occasionally try to stop down a shot or two.

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    Here are several more shots from Memphis.























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    Here are several more shots from Memphis.
    Wow!! Kurt, this is really stellar work!! Sure, the lens is killer, but the artistic eye with which you've deployed it is what's most impressive. Great set of images.

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    Ashwin/Lloyd: Well said! Cheers, Matt
    Thank you Matt, sincerely.

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    Llyod: Thank you Ashwin. I apologize for not having acknowledged Llyod's
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    I have made a few friends along my journey.

    Lloyd is at the top of that list.

    Thank you Llyod.
    Thank you, my friend.

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    Holy cow, Kurt. Those images are pure magic. The setting, the way you captured them, the greyscales, everything about those images is special!

    I'm like that volcano in Iceland, exploding with lens lust. Hopefully I won't ground any planes....
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    Daniel,
    That's an amazing portrait. The eyes are spooky. Wonderful use of depth of field. Makes the background all the more mysterious to me.
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    A long slow journey..together.

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    Kurt - love Elvis, what a great image!! Also really like the feel of Beale Street.

    Yayyan - Once again you impress me with the slow journey.

    I need to catch up with things around here before I can comment on anything else, suffice it to say it's all impressive.

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    Well I made the 8 mile hike on Wednesday and survived the experience. Had a great time and now just waiting for my calf muscles to forgive me. This is what I brought the M9 for and it worked great.

    These are from the hike on Wednesday around Heart of Rocks Loop


    "Old Maid" Cron 35mm f/9.5 1/250 ISO 160


    "Duck on a Rock" Cron 50mm f/2.8 1/2000 ISO 160


    "Camels Head" Cron 35mm f/9.5 1/350 ISO 160

    I found this guy while taking a rest break on the way out.


    "Horsey" Cron 50mm f/3.4 1/750 ISO 160

    This was taken Tuesday off Ed Riggs Trail near Massai Point


    "Totem Canyon" Cron 35mm f/8 1/250 ISO 160

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Nice to see a different perspective on # 1! # 2 is excellent for lines,light & shadows! Fine set Matt!
    Matt: +1. Thank you for bringing Seattle to me.

    Best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
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    Yayyan - Once again you impress me with the slow journey.

    I need to catch up with things around here before I can comment on anything else, suffice it to say it's all impressive.

    Don
    Don. thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Well I made the 8 mile hike on Wednesday and survived the experience. Had a great time and now just waiting for my calf muscles to forgive me. This is what I brought the M9 for and it worked great.

    These are from the hike on Wednesday around Heart of Rocks Loop


    "Old Maid" Cron 35mm f/9.5 1/250 ISO 160


    "Duck on a Rock" Cron 50mm f/2.8 1/2000 ISO 160


    "Camels Head" Cron 35mm f/9.5 1/350 ISO 160

    I found this guy while taking a rest break on the way out.


    "Horsey" Cron 50mm f/3.4 1/750 ISO 160

    This was taken Tuesday off Ed Riggs Trail near Massai Point


    "Totem Canyon" Cron 35mm f/8 1/250 ISO 160

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    Don: these are wonderful. #2 is dynamic. Can feel the rock about to move!
    beautiful and graceful panoramic shots and lovely presentation.

    Regards.

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    small house; big home. welcome to my home.

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    Llyod: Thank you Ashwin. I apologize for not having acknowledged Llyod's
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    I have made a few friends along my journey.

    Lloyd is at the top of that list.

    Thank you Llyod.
    Agree & Well Said Gentlemen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow!! Kurt, this is really stellar work!! Sure, the lens is killer, but the artistic eye with which you've deployed it is what's most impressive. Great set of images.
    Absolutely Agree!

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    A long slow journey..together.
    Fabulous, Rayyan!

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    Amazing Image Daniel!!!

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    Don, Beautiful Set! Well Worth The Journey! Stretch Out Those Gastrocnemius Muscles!

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    small house; big home. welcome to my home.
    Wonderful Color & Composition Rayyan!

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    On the road again, with limited time to check in here. Great stuff today everyone. Looking forward to more time to absorb it all.

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    Fabulous, Rayyan!
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    Wonderful Color & Composition Rayyan!
    Steve: much appreciated.

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    On the road again, with limited time to check in here. Great stuff today everyone. Looking forward to more time to absorb it all.
    Lloyd: Stay safe. And one for the road.


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    Who says the M9 can't do sports....

    Mostly shot with the M9 at ISO 640-800, with 135 tele-elmar at f/4.
    UW Spring Football game, featuring Jake Locker (Heisman hopeful and Likely # 1 overall in '11 draft) and Nick Montana (son of Joe Montana, 49er's legent), the future star QB for UW.













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    A couple in color:







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    [QUOTE=ashwinrao1;206901]Who says the M9 can't do sports....

    Mostly shot with the M9 at ISO 640-800, with 135 tele-elmar at f/4.
    UW Spring Football game, featuring Jake Locker (Heisman hopeful and Likely # 1 overall in '11 draft) and Nick Montana (son of Joe Montana, 49er's legent), the future star QB for UW.



    superb images, again. very nice presentation.
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    [QUOTE=ashwinrao1;206902]A couple in color:



    incredible.

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    Thanks, Endre...

    Very kind words, and even more honored to come from such a skilled photographer as yourself!

    Two more to share from Seattle:

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    Too far away with the wrong lens, cropped way down, IQ sort of sucks. But, these dairy cows were very amusing, curious, and loud. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; Zeiss 21mm f/2.8; 1/45s @ f/3,4; +1 EV; ISO 250


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow!! Kurt, this is really stellar work!! Sure, the lens is killer, but the artistic eye with which you've deployed it is what's most impressive. Great set of images.
    Kurt: +1. Your Memphis photos really convey the city's character and life. Cheers, Matt.

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    Daniel,
    That's an amazing portrait. The eyes are spooky. Wonderful use of depth of field. Makes the background all the more mysterious to me.
    Thrice: +1. I think i can see you in his eyes. Cheers, Matt.

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    A long slow journey..together.
    rayyan: Excellent capture! This is a photo to emulate: glass wall leads the eye to the apparent subject, which is out of focus twice, and then you discover the in-focus truck and courtyard! Well played. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Don. thank you.
    Don: these are wonderful. #2 is dynamic. Can feel the rock about to move!
    beautiful and graceful panoramic shots and lovely presentation.
    Regards.
    Don: +1. I really like the isolation in the second to the last and the last panorama's beautiful. Cheers, Matt.

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    Wonderful Color & Composition Rayyan!
    rayyan: +1. I like that you've pulled back and picked up a bit of her context (and her goats). Film-like quality. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd: Stay safe. And one for the road.

    rayyan: Great, sitting at a sidewalk cafe, grabshot! Color and composition's perfect. Quick focus too, only the last lady noticed. Switzerland? Cheers, Matt.

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    QUOTE=endre novak;206903]
    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Who says the M9 can't do sports....

    Mostly shot with the M9 at ISO 640-800, with 135 tele-elmar at f/4.
    UW Spring Football game, featuring Jake Locker (Heisman hopeful and Likely # 1 overall in '11 draft) and Nick Montana (son of Joe Montana, 49er's legent), the future star QB for UW.

    superb images, again. very nice presentation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A couple in color:



    incredible.

    endre
    Ashwin: +1, +1. I like the way that lens draws. It doesn't have the razor sharpness of the newest Leica lenses; but, it has that "Leica" character. The color head profile's very cool. Well done! Nobody told you to get a "real" camera? Cheers, Matt

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    ps: Also like the headquarters of the evil empire photo and the crushed cans. Is there meaning to pairing these two photo's?

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