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    Very nice, and great framing. I've coveted that lens for some time. One of the forum members here, Jono Slack, used to do a lot with his, when he was shooting the M8, and I was always impressed. This continues that favorable impression.
    Thank you! I almost walked past it, but then I saw the branches and the pyramid line up just right...

    As for the lens, where to start? If I had to pick ONE lens, I would choose the 2,8/25 Biogon without hesitation. It's not the fastest lens out there, but the focal length suits me and my typical subject matter (ironically on both film and M8/digital) and it's just a damn good lens. It's so ridiculously sharp, corner to corner with all the usual "Zeissisms" in spades. One bonus is that it's about as wide as you can go (i.e. on the M8 and Ikon) that you don't need an external VF (which I don't care for) - as long as you don't wear glasses. Without a doubt it's my most-used lens and essentially my "default." I can't recommend it enough.

    Thankfully, I don't have to choose just one lens - as I really like fast glass as well!

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    Michael, I Bet That Framed 8x10 Rocks! Very Nice!!!
    Thank you! Indeed, it's a beautiful print. I'll pull up the other one I printed...

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    This is the other image from that trip I printed. This time we're at another Maya ruin, in Belize (Santa Elena/San Ignacio) called Cahal Pech. Unlike Tik'al, I had more time to crawl in and around these more "intimate" ruins. Clearly not on the same scale, but awe inspiring just the same. Shot with the VC 1,2/35 Nokton which is a little warmer than the Zeiss ZMs.



    If anyone's interested, you can see many more shots from this trip (probably my favorite vacation EVER) shot almost exclusively with the M8 and more often than not, the 2,8/25 Biogon ZM - in my "Belize and Guatemala" gallery.

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    Very nice on a couple of levels, Woody. (Although I wish we could get the European label here... love that nymph, eh?). I like the composition, and the use of DOF, and the people in the background add to the sense that this is an actual event (which it obviously is). And the wine, well, how was it? (Inquiring minds want to know!) I know 1982 was considered a vintage year, and goes for about 4x the 1983 vintage. All the same, I'm guessing it's pretty good.
    This was a remarkable evening of glamorous wines - the 83 had gotten old at this point, but there were also 82, 89 and 90 Moutons - the 82 was still fresh and full of fruit and the 89 was a knock out. The 83 was what was in front of me when I could still focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    ...The 83 was what was in front of me when I could still focus.
    LOL! Been there, done that, bought the T-shirt.

    Definitely a nice shot, Woody.

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    Hi all,
    Just one from my wife's garden .
    M9 Lux.50 @f8
    Andre: Nice colorful flower. Well composed.

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    From my daily blog. M9 plus 35mm Summicron:

    Woody: Not your average plonk!!

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    Another post from my blog.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Yet another post. M9 + 35mm chron asph.

    Woody: I really like these two for different reasons. The portrait is composed very well. I was looking at a book of HCB portraits last night and was struck by how many of them weren't the classic pose. This one has that. Part of their bodies are cut off and it's asymmetrical. More of him cut off seems to balance the difference in height. Works very well. The second because it's tight composition add to the sense of capturing a private moment.
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    ^ Osman, that first shot is excellent. Nice catch there. Wonderfully sharp and the blue sky is to die for.

    It's not easy birding with an M, let alone a 50... Well done.
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    Impressive series. I'd say it was you who made the great catch. Especially with a rangefinder!
    Osman: +1, +1. Cheers, Matt

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    Steve: Thank you. Really nice work! Very spontaneous and dynamic images. This one has that capture it quick to fix it in time character. Very cool. Cheers, Matt

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    Michael, I Bet That Framed 8x10 Rocks! Very Nice!!!
    Michael: +1. Cool.

    Steve/rayyan: Gentlemen, Thank you!

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    Steve: Thank you. Really nice work! Very spontaneous and dynamic images. This one has that capture it quick to fix it in time character. Very cool. Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    This is the other image from that trip I printed. This time we're at another Maya ruin, in Belize (Santa Elena/San Ignacio) called Cahal Pech. Unlike Tik'al, I had more time to crawl in and around these more "intimate" ruins. Clearly not on the same scale, but awe inspiring just the same. Shot with the VC 1,2/35 Nokton which is a little warmer than the Zeiss ZMs.

    If anyone's interested, you can see many more shots from this trip (probably my favorite vacation EVER) shot almost exclusively with the M8 and more often than not, the 2,8/25 Biogon ZM - in my "Belize and Guatemala" gallery.
    Michael: Nice photo. Your gallery's impressive in content and organization!

    Cheers, Matt

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    Excellent Set David! This one's my Favorite!
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    David: As Steve said, excellent set. Must be the day for maniquins. I like these two. Nice catch with the girl looking the other way.
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    Good to see you back around the neighborhood, David. I'm with Matt on these, very nice.
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    A great moment captured...love this!
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    David, a beautifully executed shot. Go carts in Las Vegas...there's something one could put money in. Regards.
    Thanks Steve, Matt, Lloyd, Bishop, and rayyan.

    I appreciate your encouragement, as well as your own photos. Your comments and photos have taught me a lot and helped my improve as an amateur photographer.

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    M9; 90mm f/2.8; 1/250 @ f/4; +1 EV; ISO 160


    M9; 90mm f/2.8; 1/250 @ f/4; +1 EV; ISO 160
    Matt, these are two of the best images in the entire thread. Perfect composition and tonality. Truly amazing!

    When I grow up, I want to take photos like these two.

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    Thanks, Matt!

    I only wish I had had more time - and the Mamiya 7II... I know I'll definitely be back, perhaps permanently at some point... So "next time" isn't just wishful thinking.

    And thanks again re:gallery. It's been a few (recent) years in the making. I've still got a ridiculous amount of old stuff to scan - negatives, prints, slides... Plus some interesting new stuff coming up this year... I just use it as my "digital shoebox" of sorts!

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    Double Negative, Lloyd, Steve, Matt and Rayyan; thanks a zillion times. I've yet to find an application unsuitable for rangefinders

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    Skye, Scotland..


    Regards.

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    Matt, these are two of the best images in the entire thread. Perfect composition and tonality. Truly amazing!

    When I grow up, I want to take photos like these two.
    David: You're waaaay too kind and self-depracating!
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    @m_driscoll

    Thanks, Matt!

    I only wish I had had more time - and the Mamiya 7II... I know I'll definitely be back, perhaps permanently at some point... So "next time" isn't just wishful thinking.

    And thanks again re:gallery. It's been a few (recent) years in the making. I've still got a ridiculous amount of old stuff to scan - negatives, prints, slides... Plus some interesting new stuff coming up this year... I just use it as my "digital shoebox" of sorts!
    Michael: Hope you get your wish. "digital shoebox" is also an apt description of my zenfolio site. Cheers, Matt.

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    Skye, Scotland...

    Regards.
    Wonderful, subtle light. A wonder to behold.

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    Skye, Scotland..


    Regards.
    Rayyan: Beautiful! Scotland has a sparseness that's uniquely appealing. Your photo brings it out. Cheers, Matt

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    M8 Noctilux @ 1.0
    Last edited by f 1,0; 21st February 2011 at 11:16.

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    Seattle from the Columbia Center



    Thanks for looking.

    Aloha
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    Here's Abby! Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/45s @ f/4.8; +2/3 EV; ISO 160


    2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/500s @ f/2.8; -1/3 EV; ISO 160

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    Isn't it Abby cute? Matt wonderful shots...

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    Wonderful, subtle light. A wonder to behold.
    Lloyd: Appreciated.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: Beautiful! Scotland has a sparseness that's uniquely appealing. Your photo brings it out. Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Thank you. Scotland is beautiful for landscapes.

    Quote Originally Posted by YamasDigital View Post
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    Thanks for looking.

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    Yamas: Glorious scape. Have you cross processed?

    Thanks.

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    Here's Abby! Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/45s @ f/4.8; +2/3 EV; ISO 160


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    Matt: Here's a message for Abby. Are you as beautiful and calm as you look in the photo. Matt can be biased

    Lovely pet Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Skye, Scotland..


    Regards.
    Quote Originally Posted by f 1,0 View Post
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    Rayya,...You Know What I Like About This.....Everything!!!
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    Seattle from the Columbia Center



    Thanks for looking.

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    Keith, Spectacular!!!
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    Here's Abby! Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Abby's A Cutey! Well Shot Matt!!!

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    f1,0: Wonderful portrait.
    Matt: Beautiful cat shots... great control of the light.
    Keith: Stunning shot of Seattle.

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    Beautiful pictures. Thanks for the share.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Thanks everyone

    Here are some from today, I used a heavy hand with the processing.
    M9 + 18mm Distagon:
    The flare is from the Hoya R72 filter not being multicoated



    cancun hotels


    M9 + 50mm C-Sonnar:
    Wide open, vignette added!

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    Seattle from the Columbia Center



    Thanks for looking.

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    I love the way the color is. Thanks for the share.

    Jordan.

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    Matt, these are two of the best images in the entire thread. Perfect composition and tonality. Truly amazing!

    When I grow up, I want to take photos like these two.

    The first one is magnificent. Thanks for the post.

    Cheers.

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    Jordan I like the flare on that first image...

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    Stopped off at the Hubbell Trading Post on the way home from Moab last week and decided to walk around. Found this sitting inside the stone barn. M9, Cron 35mm f/2 1/4 ISO 250.



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    [QUOTE=shtarka1;213558]The Dark Streets...

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    amazed by ALL over the last couple of days, impossible to cath up....

    just one outstanding from the many.

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    Don...Fantastic Image!!!

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    Endre...Thank You!

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    M8 1.4/75 @ 1.4

    Full & Crop
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    Don...Fantastic Image!!!
    Thank you!

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    f 1,0: Brilliant portrait! I know that look and wish my daughter was home and that age again.

    Quote Originally Posted by YamasDigital View Post
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    Thanks for looking. Aloha. Keith
    Keith: Beautiful night shot! The PP is great and it's a view that you don't often see. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers, Matt.


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    Isn't it Abby cute? Matt wonderful shots...
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    Matt: Here's a message for Abby. Are you as beautiful and calm as you look in the photo. Matt can be biased
    Lovely pet Matt.
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    ...Abby's A Cutey! Well Shot Matt!!!
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    [B]...Matt: Beautiful cat shots... great control of the light.
    Osman/rayyan/Steve/Lloyd: Thank you all. She's a beautiful abyssinian and a holy terror! She tolerates me, but is my wife's shadow when she's home. The vet insisted that she be put in a "cat bag" or sedated for every visit, until my wife yelled at them. It's still nice to have her around. She's also very photogenic (we don't all have Lloyd's family!) . Cheers, Matt

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    Stopped off at the Hubbell Trading Post on the way home from Moab last week and decided to walk around. Found this sitting inside the stone barn. M9, Cron 35mm f/2 1/4 ISO 250.

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    m8, cv nokton @f4

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    thanks everyone

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    In the foreground the French coast, in the background England
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    Stopped off at the Hubbell Trading Post on the way home from Moab last week and decided to walk around. Found this sitting inside the stone barn. M9, Cron 35mm f/2 1/4 ISO 250.



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    Don: Way to go. Lovely detailed shot.

    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
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    Endre: Beautiful atmospheric shot. nice light control.

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    rayyan: I really like these. They have a timeless quality, in part because of the close perspective and Kodachrome-like color.

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    Osman/rayyan/Steve/Lloyd: Thank you all. She's a beautiful abyssinian and a holy terror! She tolerates me, but is my wife's shadow when she's home. The vet insisted that she be put in a "cat bag" or sedated for every visit, until my wife yelled at them. It's still nice to have her around. She's also very photogenic (we don't all have Lloyd's family!) . Cheers, Matt
    Lovely moggie, Matt! I've got two at home myself (as seen in the MF thread). One I've had for 15+ years... "Tang." Definitely MY shadow.

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    rayyan: I really like these. They have a timeless quality, in part because of the close perspective and Kodachrome-like color.
    David: Much appreciated. Kodachrome...brings back good memories for me David. Those were some days..no?

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    David: Much appreciated. Kodachrome...brings back good memories for me David. Those were some days..no?
    Yep, good memories for me, too. I have quite a few boxes of Kodachrome slides I shot during my college days. I had an Olympus OM-1 (couldn't afford a Leica).

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    f 1,0: Nice photo. Ribbons of light and color. I always forget that England's that close to france.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    rayyan: I really like these. They have a timeless quality, in part because of the close perspective and Kodachrome-like color.
    Rayyan: +1 for the reasons David noted.

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    David: Much appreciated. Kodachrome...brings back good memories for me David. Those were some days..no?
    Thank you.
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    Yep, good memories for me, too. I have quite a few boxes of Kodachrome slides I shot during my college days. I had an Olympus OM-1 (couldn't afford a Leica).
    Rayyan/David: Last month, i sent about 20 roles of Kodachrome off to be developed. Some of it, as it turns out was about 25-30 years old. It didn't age well; although, i got a few "priceless" family images that were well worth the cost . The last place in the US that's licensed to develop Kodachrome is Dwayne's in Kansas. I've heard that in the Fall, they won't be able to do it anymore!

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