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    Quote Originally Posted by panda81 View Post
    took a short walk around the neighborhood earlier this evening...

    Leica M9, Noctilux 1.0, wide open of course

    Full 3D. Eye catching image!
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    Beautiful shots, Panda81 and Bishop!

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    A few street scenes from Üsküdar (Scutari), an old district on the Asian side of İstanbul. People naturally oblivious of their historical backdrops, feeling perfectly at home near centuries old works of architecture, some by the Great Sinan.
    M8 with 24mm Elmarit.
    Best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Luscious black & white tones and bokeh, CMB.

    Here's a shot as I wondering around during Memorial Day.

    While the other speakers on the dais prepared their Memorial Day speeches, lost in reverential thought, the old veteran stood silent and motionless for the duration of the entire twenty minute parade review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda81 View Post
    took a short walk around the neighborhood earlier this evening...

    Leica M9, Noctilux 1.0, wide open of course

    Quote Originally Posted by BishopB View Post
    Much to comment on but only time for a quick post...be back soon!

    Another from this past weekend...appreciate your comments and thoughts as I am still undecided on this one. Perhaps, I need to live with it for a bit...

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    A few street scenes from Üsküdar (Scutari), an old district on the Asian side of İstanbul. People naturally oblivious of their historical backdrops, feeling perfectly at home near centuries old works of architecture, some by the Great Sinan.
    M8 with 24mm Elmarit.
    Best,
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    Gentlemen.....Awesome!!!

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    Thank you, Steve...

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    Osman, I really like the color shot. It captures a lot of the society, the 1000 words thing and all.

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    Thank you, James. It was a bit difficult to choose between the color and b/w versions of that shot, now I seem to have made the correct decision.

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    Nice set, Osman. My favorite is definitely the one with the young woman with the Abercrombie t-shirt in the midst of the old city paired opposite the woman with more conservative dress and the half mannequins. So much to think about in that shot.

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    Thank you Kurt, shooting at close range with a wide lens obviously has some advantages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    As always, really fantastic images on this thread - a big congrats to all the posters who continue to provide inspiration.

    Here are two from the M8 + 5cm/1.5 Summarit.






    Gorgeous images Charles. Glad to see you back around these parts. BTW, I've been enjoying your MF images as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Luscious black & white tones and bokeh, CMB.

    Here's a shot as I wondering around during Memorial Day.

    While the other speakers on the dais prepared their Memorial Day speeches, lost in reverential thought, the old veteran stood silent and motionless for the duration of the entire twenty minute parade review.

    Kurt


    This is a stunner, Kurt. Brought tears to my eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda81 View Post
    took a short walk around the neighborhood earlier this evening...

    Leica M9, Noctilux 1.0, wide open of course

    Another amazing shot. Great work.

    (Thank you for the kind words about my uncle.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    A few street scenes from Üsküdar (Scutari), an old district on the Asian side of İstanbul. People naturally oblivious of their historical backdrops, feeling perfectly at home near centuries old works of architecture, some by the Great Sinan.
    M8 with 24mm Elmarit.
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    Great shots, Osman, these two being my favorites. I've always enjoyed your work the that M8/24 Elmarit combination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Glad to see you back around these parts.
    Thanks Lloyd, Not always posting but I'm here every day looking!

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    This is a stunner, Kurt. Brought tears to my eyes.
    Agree .. you can just about see him thinking of his friends from long ago.

    Thanks for sharing

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    Worked on this this morning and wanted to share; 4-shot pano with the M9 and 90mm lens.

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    Gorgeous images Charles. Glad to see you back around these parts. BTW, I've been enjoying your MF images as well.
    +1 on that.
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    Don...Tremendous!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Don...Tremendous!!!
    Thank you very much! I'm currently working on a 50x80 (2+gb file) from near the same area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda81 View Post
    took a short walk around the neighborhood earlier this evening...

    Leica M9, Noctilux 1.0, wide open of course

    what a wonderful photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I'll have to catch up with what's above later. I'm on my way to the dentist. But, here's something for those of you who haven't had lunch: the Post Alley "Wall of Gum". Populist, protected, Art (capital "A"?). Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.
    a fantastic series - thanks for sharing

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    Thanks for all your comments...On this last trip to Madagascar, I went on a sailboat : I did experiment some problems inherent to any electronic device :
    1) My Lexar 8Go SD mixed some pictures (2 in 1) or store them very badly so they were lost !! So bad.
    2) The battery loader 220V cord suddenly stopped working ; happily I could use the 12V entry to load batteries
    3) So many pictures to take ! I miss some Go of SD cards ; so I finally took 10.5mp Jpeg ..

    Guess what ? I have brought my good 'old' Leica mP with me and a bunch of Velvia rolls : I was so happy, no batteries, no SD cards, plenty of film, so light in the hand, so discret ; a real pleasure.
    And now the rolls are developped, I found the colors so rich and well balanced there is almost no 'DNG work' to achieve : only the fastiduous scan.

    Finally I found these two camera extraordinary complementary , in wilderness !!!
    When these are scanned, I'll share.

    Just for waiting some Cape of Good Hope shots, a place I love

    Hout bay lighthouse :
    i like the colors

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    Thank you Lloyd, I have a soft spot for 24 Elmarit...

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    M8 2/28
    Last edited by f 1,0; 25th November 2011 at 10:20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Shots from Madagascar with the M9 :
    Mangrove in the morning :

    Children in a little coastal fisher village :
    ... and education :
    Stefan: These are awesome! The mangrove is a beautiful landscape. I like the colors and the horizontal symmetry. The shots of the children are exceptional. Lot's of life and penetrating looks. I esp. like the last. Madagascar is one of those places that i know nothing about. i'll have to do a little research.

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    ...Matt: Thanks. Yes and No. The reason they asked me indeed was a great honor for me. The photography part...dreaded it, still dread it. It was at the intercon ( seven continents ! ). Dorchester..would sure have run into some people I know.
    Regards.
    rayyan: An honor, and i'm sure your photos were excellent. I know exactly where that hotel is. For some reason (wife), we always have to lunch (once per trip) at the Hard Rock, just around the corner.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: beautiful photography. That color again. Repeat, it is one of the colors
    that I struggle with. If you tell me how it is done, I shall be grateful
    Then the use of THAT lens...I have seen many ' use ' it. Like a pair of scissors
    Some cut paper with with it. Some can do Origami magic.
    I see the ' Origami ' touch here.
    Best.
    rayyan: You're too kind! I don't think that i do anything with that color that nature didn't intend? I'll have a look at the raw files and get back to you. It's certainly "softer" then the f0.95 and the new 24mm f/1.4. It's interesting that it has a split personality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f 1,0 View Post
    Nice
    This picture remember me to my trip 3years ago to the normandie.
    They originated in the military cemetery in the invasion coast
    First is thru a window - all other outdoor
    f 1,0: Very well done!

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Sunday's post. A perfect summer day. M9 + 24mm lux.
    Woody: Nice first person image! That specular highlight's perfect.

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    A few street scenes from Üsküdar (Scutari), an old district on the Asian side of İstanbul. People naturally oblivious of their historical backdrops, feeling perfectly at home near centuries old works of architecture, some by the Great Sinan.
    M8 with 24mm Elmarit.
    Best,
    Osman

    Osman: These are great street scenes. They convey a sense of the area and the people's relationship to their context. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f 1,0 View Post
    M8 2/28
    Beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Worked on this this morning and wanted to share; 4-shot pano with the M9 and 90mm lens.

    Don

    That, sir, is what we call "a STUNNER"!!

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    Skipped a page!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Yamas,Stef,Kurt,Matt,Woody.....Bravo!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    All three are superb, Matt. In addition to the standout color and sharpness, the composition is spot-on. Bravo!
    Steve/David: Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Fpr any of you out east, I will be in Boston visiting friends from June 9-12th, and may have some free time during the days of the 10-11th...if you are free, I plan to roam around Boston taking pics with the M9...
    Ashwin: Have fun. You're going to miss Glazer's Photo Festival.

    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Thanks for all your comments...On this last trip to Madagascar, I went on a sailboat : I did experiment some problems inherent to any electronic device :
    1) My Lexar 8Go SD mixed some pictures (2 in 1) or store them very badly so they were lost !! So bad.
    2) The battery loader 220V cord suddenly stopped working ; happily I could use the 12V entry to load batteries
    3) So many pictures to take ! I miss some Go of SD cards ; so I finally took 10.5mp Jpeg ..

    Guess what ? I have brought my good 'old' Leica mP with me and a bunch of Velvia rolls : I was so happy, no batteries, no SD cards, plenty of film, so light in the hand, so discret ; a real pleasure.
    And now the rolls are developped, I found the colors so rich and well balanced there is almost no 'DNG work' to achieve : only the fastiduous scan.

    Finally I found these two camera extraordinary complementary , in wilderness !!!
    When these are scanned, I'll share.
    Just for waiting some Cape of Good Hope shots, a place I love

    Hout bay lighthouse :
    Stefan: These are also great! The tone and layering in this one's wonderful. Look forward to seeing some film photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Monday's post. M9 + 35mm chron Asph. Three frames stitched.
    woody: Very nice! Do you handhold and stitch in CS Photomerge? I tried one last night. It's almost magical.

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    That is very kewl. Great shots all; I especially like this one.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A quick grab from this morning.
    M8, Hexanon 90/2.8:
    Lloyd: Thank you. That's a great Japanese Maple photo. The leaves are so finely detailed, translucent, and colored.

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Art Lives Here on these pages ... as you've all demonstrated pixelshooter, f1, Lloyd, Matt, Rayyan, Endre, Steve, Boymerang, James, Yamas and Woody over the past several pages.
    Man, Stef, you are rocking that film.
    But it also lives on the bags leaving the gift shop at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
    Kurt
    Kurt: Nice eye. I have an "All is Art" photo that I took the other day and will post later. Coincidence, or, something else?

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    A beloved uncle passed away over the weekend. Too young; totally unexpected. His funeral is today, but commitments make it impossible to attend. We drove 5 hours yesterday to go give his family hugs at the viewing. This brooding sky greeted us as we left the viewing to drive home at 9pm. Seemed appropriate somehow.
    Sad news, sorry. A very appropiate image, though.Endre
    Lloyd: Sorry to hear that. +1, definitely an appropriate image.

    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
    Incredible set!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Endre!!! This is simply glorious! Amazing image, in every respect.
    (And thank you for your kind comments.)
    Endre: Thank you! +1. A very moody photo that you have to look into to be rewarded. Great PP!

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    Matt....You Scored The 24, 1.4! You're Much Worse Than Me! These Are Splendid With Gorgeous IQ! Congrats!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    My Bad... I Know You Have This Lens...I Thought You Grabbed The Nikon ...Wrong Forum...Although I Know You Will...!
    Steve: Thank you! And, you're self-correcting.

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    As always, really fantastic images on this thread - a big congrats to all the posters who continue to provide inspiration.
    Here are two from the M8 + 5cm/1.5 Summarit.
    cmb: I like the both; but, esp. this one! Great composition, contrast and clarity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Luscious black & white tones and bokeh, CMB.
    Here's a shot as I wondering around during Memorial Day.
    While the other speakers on the dais prepared their Memorial Day speeches, lost in reverential thought, the old veteran stood silent and motionless for the duration of the entire twenty minute parade review.
    Kurt
    Kurt: Nice capture. The OOF works very well. But, why is the Marine reading over the airman's shoulder?

    Quote Originally Posted by panda81 View Post
    took a short walk around the neighborhood earlier this evening...
    Leica M9, Noctilux 1.0, wide open of course
    panda81: Nicely done with the vignetting. Appears very natural but makes the bike glow.

    Quote Originally Posted by BishopB View Post
    Much to comment on but only time for a quick post...be back soon!
    Another from this past weekend...appreciate your comments and thoughts as I am still undecided on this one. Perhaps, I need to live with it for a bit...
    Bishop: I quite like it. The tree detail contrasted against the white bench is terrific. The composition is well balanced. The bench to the back is a little distracting, though. You can't see the bottom of that bench and it's maybe too close in value to the front bench. What if it was a little darker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Worked on this this morning and wanted to share; 4-shot pano with the M9 and 90mm lens.
    Don
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    Thank you very much! I'm currently working on a 50x80 (2+gb file) from near the same area.
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    That, sir, is what we call "a STUNNER"!!
    Don: +1, +1, Very impressive! The colors and light are fantastic.

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    a fantastic series - thanks for sharing
    Quote Originally Posted by f 1,0 View Post
    M8 2/28
    F 1,0: Thank you. Your last photo of the trees is intriguing. Very subtle DOF changes.

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    Another of the Japanese Maple.

    M8, 90 Cron pre-ASPH, wide open:

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    Some more from Lower Post alley. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9: 24mm f/1.4; 1/1500s @ f/2; ISO 160


    2. M9: 24mm f/1.4; 1/500s @ f/1.4; ISO 160

    3. M9: 24mm f/1.4; 1/30s @ f/6.7; ISO 500

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another of the Japanese Maple.

    M8, 90 Cron pre-ASPH, wide open:
    Lloyd: This one's exquisite. The dark colors work very well with just the touch of burnt orange. composition and bokeh - great! Kewl (as you say).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another of the Japanese Maple.

    M8, 90 Cron pre-ASPH, wide open:
    this is really cool

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    Skipped a page!!!

    Steve/David: Thank you!


    Ashwin: Have fun. You're going to miss Glazer's Photo Festival.


    Stefan: These are also great! The tone and layering in this one's wonderful. Look forward to seeing some film photos.


    woody: Very nice! Do you handhold and stitch in CS Photomerge? I tried one last night. It's almost magical.

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    Matt - most of my stitches are handheld. It works well with three frames but not more. Shoot with manual exposure and WB so they don't change from frame to frame.. Use the frame lines or center spot to guide on a line as you pan. Distinctly stop for each frame. Overlap by about 1/3 -- use the center spot or an inside frame to guide you on this. Take in a little more of the image than you need because you'll need to crop off the ragged edges in post. I use PTGui Pro, Autopano Giga and PS - if one has trouble one of the others will probably work (on the sculpture in front of the Seagram Building for example PTGui couldn't deal with the fact that the Seagram Building was out of focus but Autopano worked fine - but PTGui is usually more reliable on matching up straight architectural lines). That's all there is to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Matt - most of my stitches are handheld. It works well with three frames but not more. Shoot with manual exposure and WB so they don't change from frame to frame.. Use the frame lines or center spot to guide on a line as you pan. Distinctly stop for each frame. Overlap by about 1/3 -- use the center spot or an inside frame to guide you on this. Take in a little more of the image than you need because you'll need to crop off the ragged edges in post. I use PTGui Pro, Autopano Giga and PS - if one has trouble one of the others will probably work (on the sculpture in front of the Seagram Building for example PTGui couldn't deal with the fact that the Seagram Building was out of focus but Autopano worked fine - but PTGui is usually more reliable on matching up straight architectural lines). That's all there is to it.
    woody: Thanks. I'll do a little more research. Your stitches are very natural. I'll take another look at the ones on your blog. Cheers, Matt

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    Thank you kindly, Matt.

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    I love to shoot inside the St.Sophia in İstanbul. This time the objective was to catch intriguing details. Interesting how much more can be seen when I am not in haste.
    M8 and 28'cron, camera jpegs.
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    Hi There
    not been around for a day or two - so many good images, Osman the first and last on the previous set (lady with torso and coloured one) are great, and the first of that new set as well.

    I've been playing around with 35mm focal length again . . . and also the colour recovery in Aperture, I don't usually like it, but I thought it was rather good fun in this situation:


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    Very good pp, Jono.
    Thank you for your response to my posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    I love to shoot inside the St.Sophia in İstanbul. This time the objective was to catch intriguing details. Interesting how much more can be seen when I am not in haste.
    M8 and 28'cron, camera jpegs.
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    Another great series, Osman. That first one in particular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi There
    not been around for a day or two - so many good images, Osman the first and last on the previous set (lady with torso and coloured one) are great, and the first of that new set as well.

    I've been playing around with 35mm focal length again . . . and also the colour recovery in Aperture, I don't usually like it, but I thought it was rather good fun in this situation:
    Very interesting selective color, Jono.

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    Thank you very much, Lloyd. Much appreciated.

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    Don : awesome pano of the Grand Canyon.
    Osman : diffuse light and quiet ambiance, a preference for number one. Istambul, just saying the word, and imagination begins running...
    Matt : what a strange place , colorfull and a little disgusting (bubble gums on the wall) !!!

    This M9 thing is really good, I see so many good pictures on this thread : this place is my best tutorial place on the net !!
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    Stef, thank you very much.

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