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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    CHEESE RIOT!!!
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    They sure seem to love that cheese! Nice shot Maggie. I offer this simply because it's also at a farmer's market. (not as interesting as yours though)

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    Thanks, y'all!

    Here's another shot from yesterday (not as interesting, tho'):


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    Leica Summicron 50mm f2.0 V (f4.0)

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    So, do you think the 50mm Summicron is sharp enough?!

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    So, do you think the 50mm Summicron is sharp enough?!
    yes it's plenty sharp enough (even at f2.0) for my eyes. i've purposely taken pictures (at f2.0) where the sunlight was shining directly to almost directly on the lens and the images held up very well.

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    Gladding McBean pottery factory with the M8













    more of the series at http://www.jcollum.com/gladdingM8

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    Sunrise at Sunny Isles, FL Tuesday this week, 24 story vantage point courtesy of Mr Trump.
    M8, 135/3.4 APO

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    Nice!,
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    Now that I have a new 39 MPx MF system naturally I go back to shooting with my M8. This shot was taken with the Zeiss 35 2.0 with no lens detection and no UV IR correction.

    Sorry for the boring sky but the light was just too good to waste.

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    souvenirs de Paris
    13x19 printed M8 shots
    CV 28mm f/3.5 @ 1/8 & f/5.6 handheld
    b/w, heavy vignette, softening, & grain added in photoshop

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    Lets ses( guessing),
    Upper left is Muse D"Osay, Lower right is the Paris Opera, upper right is the Pompadeau center and hmmm, can't place the lower left.
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    Buenos Aires. Tri-Elmar at 50.

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    More BA. Tri-Elmar @ 28 - two exposures stitched.


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    Yet more BA. 35mm lux wide open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Lets ses( guessing),
    Upper left is Muse D"Osay, Lower right is the Paris Opera, upper right is the Pompadeau center and hmmm, can't place the lower left.
    -bob
    clockwise from Musée d'Orsay, La Defense (camera on ground looking straight up), Musée Rodin, Musée du Louvre (gotta love thos "back" stairways in Paris, you don't see that up front in North America). Those BTW were taken with a CV 15/f4.5 although La Defense might have been the CV28/f1.9.

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    Great Stuff Woody.....wooohooooo

    Best- H

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    from my Balcombe Heights project, looks excellent as a print.

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    another of my favourites from the same project.

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    I have hardly used the 75 cron I bought with my discount long ago. I'm rethinking that after shooting with it last weekend! best...Peter

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    Real nice Woody. I love the dancers. Wonderful stuff from everyone.

    This is a long way from Paris or Buenos Aires, just one of my fields on the way down the driveway this afternoon. Almost time to mow!

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    Tim,
    We mowed and bailed a couple of weeks ago in Sudbury.
    How many times can you mow in a season up there?
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    Most years we mow twice. I have a few fields that I've been trying to bring back since they got a little woody from laying ignored for too long. Those I mow more often in the hope that will help. And because I really enjoy it!

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    M8, 90 AA, Hessenpark, Leica weekend. M8, 90AA Thanks for looking
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    Oh why not, I'll play

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    Old Vampire enduring the sun....poorly.

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    rocks and roots

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    time for a refinish.

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    Awesome images all -- LOVE this thread!
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    Two with the Summarex on the M8.






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    Charles,
    Wouldn't want to go to that vendor at the end of the day when he is ready to sell those last three pretzels. LOL.

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    Love it Charles ....Very Dreamy
    Is that a general Vibe of the 'Summarex' ?

    Pretzels anyone....Lets go bobbing
    best-H

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    Okay secret love . Pretzels, whoever invented them is my hero. I like that lens
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    Loses a little something in the jpeg. The shed latch with the 28 cron.

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    Charlie: LOVE the pretzel shot!!! (And I still want that lens!)
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    Tim: nice detail shot, really liking the tones in the old wood! Just something about that 28 Cron that is so sweeeeeeeeet
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    TY all!

    Helen - Yes, dreamy is the general look of the 85 Summarex, soft as a NYC pretzel!

    Tim - Nice capture! Can't argue with Jack, the tones and detail from the 28 Cron are amazing. I really need to break down and get one.

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    Thanks Jack and CMB! And the lens continues to amaze me. It manages to make even the mundane look special. But what the heck is an 85 Summarex? I've never heard of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Ahhh. Thanks!

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    Garlic Scapes! Fresh garlic is maybe my second favorite thing in the world. Before I harvest these scapes, I took a few handheld shots with the 75 lux. What do you do with the scapes? Here's one idea:

    Garlic Scape Pesto

    Ingredients:
    1 cup garlic scapes (about 8 or 9 scapes), top flowery part removed, cut into ¼-inch slices
    1/3 cup walnuts
    ¾ cup olive oil
    ¼-1/2 cup grated parmigiano
    ½ teaspoon salt
    black pepper to taste

    Method:
    Place scapes and walnuts in the bowl of a food processor and whiz until well combined and somewhat smooth. Slowly drizzle in oil and process until integrated. With a rubber spatula, scoop pesto out of bowl and into a mixing bowl. Add parmigiano to taste; add salt and pepper. Makes about 6 ounces of pesto. Keeps for up to one week in an air-tight container in the refrigerator.

    For ½ pound short pasta such as penne, add about 2 tablespoons of pesto to cooked pasta and stir until pasta is well coated.

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    Pesto sounds great; maybe a little on that pretzel we saw earlier. DR

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    Tim! Wow, a man who can cook and take beautiful pictures!! Thanks for sharing the shots and the recipe. Sounds yummy. Love the curly scapes, had no idea you could use that part of the garlic.
    Regards,
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    Way cool Tim -- both the shots and the recipe!
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    Tim these are beautiful. I'm on my way home from work and was trying to decide on my camera kit for the weekend. The 75 cron just got a boost in the rankings.

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    Lovely again Tim.

    Here is another with the 85mm Summarex on the M8.



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    Thanks everyone! CMB... lovely color rendition from that lens. Very nice.

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    My Asiatic Lilies are finally blooming.
    M8/75 lux at f/2.8

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    Very nice Cindy . I like the soft light on it. Mind if i try something.
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    Just wanted to see how this looked with some adjustments in CS3
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