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    Thank-you all for the kind responses to the recent image. I forgot to add that this was taken handheld near Dead Horse State Park in Moab UT.

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

    M8, 90 Cron pre-ASPH, wide open:
    Gorgeous, Lloyd!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    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 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.
    Thanks for looking,
    Osman

    There's always a lady bathed in light under that majestic dome:




    Meditation:

    Amazing Images Osman!
    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:

    Splendid, Johno!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Lloyd - great job! Especially like the colors and shadows.

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    Thanks Don! Greatly appreciated.

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    M8.2 & M9 50 Lux & Noct

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1;217060

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    M8.2 & M9 50 Lux & Noct
    More greatness, cuz. For some reaon, the second one really speaks to me. Love it.

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    More greatness, cuz. For some reaon, the second one really speaks to me. Love it.
    Thanks Lloyd. When Are You Coming Back Home?

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    Thanks Lloyd. When Are You Coming Back Home?
    We were going to head back around the last week of July to visit family, but just found out they'll be coming out here at the time we'd planned our visit! Not sure right now... SOON I hope!!

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    We were going to head back around the last week of July to visit family, but just found out they'll be coming out here at the time we'd planned our visit! Not sure right now... SOON I hope!!
    Ok....But We Must Meet Up!

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    Ok....But We Must Meet Up!
    Amen to that!

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    Another of the Japanese Maple.

    M8, 90 Cron pre-ASPH, wide open:
    like everyone else said, very cool! love the ambiguous light and dark colors swimming together

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Some more from Lower Post alley. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
    really like the 1st and 3rd photos! very intriguing, makes me want to explore and know more about the location.

    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.
    Thanks for looking,
    Osman

    There's always a lady bathed in light under that majestic dome:
    perfect timing and capture of the unique lighting! i love how you caught the peaceful expression on the lady's face, but contrasts the animated man in the foreground

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    Thank you Panda81, I was fortunate...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    These are amazing portraits, Stef.

    I especially admire the restrained processing, which doesn't let the color get in the way of the main subject -- the children.
    Stef: +1; +1; Superb.

    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.

    1. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/90s @ f/8; ISO 160


    2. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/500s @ f/2.4; ISO 160


    3. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/350s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


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


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    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.

    M8, 35 Cron ASPH:
    Lloyd: I am truly sorry for your loss. Our condolences to the family.

    Best regards.

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    Endre!!! This is simply glorious! Amazing image, in every respect.
    endre: Magnificent. +1

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

    M8, 90 Cron pre-ASPH, wide open:
    Lloyd: One of the best images I have seen; bar none. I love light/shadow/
    contrasting colors that drive my eye. This picture says it all to me.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Beautiful shots, Panda81 and Bishop!
    Panda81, Bishop: +1. beautiful captures, both.

    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

    Don: A stunner this one Don. marvellous.

    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.
    Thanks for looking,
    Osman

    There's always a lady bathed in light under that majestic dome:



    The supporting arches and the ubiquitous pigeon:



    Looking out of the window on the upper floor:



    Meditation:

    Osman: Superb shots inside the St. Sophia. The first one is specially
    brilliant. brings back recent memories.

    Thank you all for sharing.

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    M8.2 & M9 50 Lux & Noct
    Steve: Excellent compositions all. But the second one..that my friend
    is a stunner. simple. subdued. After all elegance does not need shouting.



    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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    Osman: The streets of Istanbul. One has to walk them streets to feel the
    pulse. Your images are the second best thing to being in that great city.

    Well done my friend. btw, from the Nikon thread...best of luck on your walk
    around from Sirkeci!

    Regards.

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    Can you take us all?, they asked.

    No sweat, I have just the tool for the job; I said.


    Naughty, naughty; said Cynthia..the pretty one, with a twinkle.

    No harm, no foul; said I

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Can you take us all?, they asked.

    No sweat, I have just the tool for the job; I said.

    Naughty, naughty; said Cynthia..the pretty one, with a twinkle.

    No harm, no foul; said I
    Now that cracks me up!! Nice picture too.

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    Now that cracks me up!! Nice picture too.
    Lloyd: thanks. Simple really my friend. I just screwed my 28mm on.

    Regards.

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    Lloyd: thanks. Simple really my friend. I just screwed my 28mm on.

    Regards.
    Nicely played.

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    'We are sorry monsieur', said Maurice, ' but the guests you know '.

    But Maurice, I said, ' I just want to eat and drink '. ' What's pants got to do with eating and drinking? '.

    ' Perhaps monsieur would care to wait outside the hotel? ' suggestion.

    ' will my Starbucks taste different outside, Maurice ? ' I asked

    Maurice started laughing. I think Maurice had not laughed for a long time..a very very long time.


    I picked up the free Davidoff cigar as I went towards the elevators.

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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.
    Thanks for looking,
    Osman
    There's always a lady bathed in light under that majestic dome:
    The supporting arches and the ubiquitous pigeon:
    Looking out of the window on the upper floor
    Meditation:
    Osman: Very nice. I thought at first that was a statue in an alcove! I like the last one too. Nice use of light (and no flash).

    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:

    Jono: Works for me. It is fun. Is it like a brush that restores the color saturation? I've done it in CS4.

    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    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 !!
    Stefan: Thanks. It is a little disgusting. Strangely enough there's a photo of it in the latest National Geographic Magazine. It was also on our local news last night. Apparently, it started when the owner of a movie theatre, that was right there, told people to get rid of their gum before they came in. And, people did! Movie theater's gone, and they still do!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    ...Super,Contrast,Color,IQ & Shooting Matt!...
    Steve: Thank you!

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    M8.2 & M9 50 Lux & Noct
    Steve: These are great! Excellent viewpoint/perspective in the first; color/simplicity/light and shadow in the second; texture/detail in the third; composition and PP in all three. The burned edge at the top of the third is really heavy, seems to compress the photo - good move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda81 View Post
    ...really like the 1st and 3rd photos! very intriguing, makes me want to explore and know more about the location...
    panda81: Thank you! It's slightly off the beaten path at the Pike Place Market. The Cruise Directors on the Holland America cruise ships that come in to port, twice a week, probably don't direct their guests to it

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    ...
    Matt: wow, woW, wOW, WOW. Colorfully brilliant...
    Best regards.
    rayyan: Thank you! Thank you! I'm always in search of "art".

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    Now that cracks me up!! Nice picture too.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    'We are sorry monsieur', said Maurice, ' but the guests you know '.
    But Maurice, I said, ' I just want to eat and drink '. ' What's pants got to do with eating and drinking? '.
    ' Perhaps monsieur would care to wait outside the hotel? ' suggestion.
    ' will my Starbucks taste different outside, Maurice ? ' I asked
    Maurice started laughing. I think Maurice had not laughed for a long time..a very very long time.
    I picked up the free Davidoff cigar as I went towards the elevators.
    rayyan: Nice images and narrative (double entendre included). On the TV now, there's a story about a local resident, who just did the Seven Summits in 42 days to benefit clinics in Nepal. His name's A.C. Sherpa (not kidding). http://www.sherpasevensummits.com Web site's not up yet.

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    I tried a couple of stitches (Woody don't laugh). The first is three photos. the second is two. M9; 24mm f/1.4. Compared to the standard 24mm shot, you do pick up quite a bit. That concrete beam jutting off at an odd angle really looks like that (not a distortion). Just experimenting. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.





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    'We are sorry monsieur', said Maurice, ' but the guests you know '.

    But Maurice, I said, ' I just want to eat and drink '. ' What's pants got to do with eating and drinking? '.

    ' Perhaps monsieur would care to wait outside the hotel? ' suggestion.

    ' will my Starbucks taste different outside, Maurice ? ' I asked

    Maurice started laughing. I think Maurice had not laughed for a long time..a very very long time.


    I picked up the free Davidoff cigar as I went towards the elevators.
    Now this is interesting. I'm looking forward to more of this story. Beautiful image.

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    Rayyan and Matt, thank you kindly. Much, much appreciated.
    The output here is humbling and motivating at the same time. I'm always awed.
    But then again I say to myself, "What good is photography if not shared?", crank up my courage and go out shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    The output here is humbling and motivating at the same time. I'm always awed.
    But then again I say to myself, "What good is photography if not shared?", crank up my courage and go out shooting.
    Well said, my friend. I feel exactly the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I tried a couple of stitches (Woody don't laugh). The first is three photos. the second is two. M9; 24mm f/1.4. Compared to the standard 24mm shot, you do pick up quite a bit. That concrete beam jutting off at an odd angle really looks like that (not a distortion). Just experimenting. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.





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    Matt: Nothing to sneeze at here Matt. In fact I think there is much
    more of the color, design and composition visible here than the unstitched ones.

    Excellent captures.

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    Now this is interesting. I'm looking forward to more of this story. Beautiful image.
    Lloyd: Then you must be wanting to know about Jacques! Thanks.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Rayyan and Matt, thank you kindly. Much, much appreciated.
    The output here is humbling and motivating at the same time. I'm always awed.
    But then again I say to myself, "What good is photography if not shared?", crank up my courage and go out shooting.
    Osman: I was thinking the same. Just as Lloyd.

    Thank you both.

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    Can you take us all?, they asked.

    No sweat, I have just the tool for the job; I said.


    Naughty, naughty; said Cynthia..the pretty one, with a twinkle.

    No harm, no foul; said I
    Any Shot That Puts A Smile On My Face Has Done Its Job!

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    'We are sorry monsieur', said Maurice, ' but the guests you know '.

    But Maurice, I said, ' I just want to eat and drink '. ' What's pants got to do with eating and drinking? '.

    ' Perhaps monsieur would care to wait outside the hotel? ' suggestion.

    ' will my Starbucks taste different outside, Maurice ? ' I asked

    Maurice started laughing. I think Maurice had not laughed for a long time..a very very long time.


    I picked up the free Davidoff cigar as I went towards the elevators.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: These are great! Excellent viewpoint/perspective in the first; color/simplicity/light and shadow in the second; texture/detail in the third; composition and PP in all three. The burned edge at the top of the third is really heavy, seems to compress the photo - good move.
    Thanks Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I tried a couple of stitches (Woody don't laugh). The first is three photos. the second is two. M9; 24mm f/1.4. Compared to the standard 24mm shot, you do pick up quite a bit. That concrete beam jutting off at an odd angle really looks like that (not a distortion). Just experimenting. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.




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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Rayyan and Matt, thank you kindly. Much, much appreciated.
    The output here is humbling and motivating at the same time. I'm always awed.
    But then again I say to myself, "What good is photography if not shared?", crank up my courage and go out shooting.
    Well Said My Friend. Amen.

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    You all have been busy...enjoyed all but a few comments...

    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

    Great shot!

    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.

    1. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/90s @ f/8; ISO 160


    2. M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/500s @ f/2.4; ISO 160
    Matt -- I enjoy this whole series...well done!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A quick grab from this morning.

    M8, Hexanon 90/2.8:
    Lloyd -- Have been staring at a Japanese maple outside my door for weeks and have passed by thinking I need to capture a few images. This and the other images are a reminder to just shoot...thanks!

    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 -- An image many would walk past...appreciate what you have captured and forest like feel it has...

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    took a short walk around the neighborhood earlier this evening...

    Leica M9, Noctilux 1.0, wide open of course

    Very nice, Panda!

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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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    Beautiful work, Don...I imagine the print is fantastic!

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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.
    Thanks for looking,
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    There's always a lady bathed in light under that majestic dome:

    Osman -- Enjoyed this series but especially this one. Nice work!
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    A couple that I missed...

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    M8, CV nokton

    Love this...the framing the processing...very nice work, Endre!

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    My compliments to all of the great images that I've not commented on in awhile. You all keep setting the bar high.

    Thanks for the latest comments f1.0, Endre, Steve and Pixelshooter ... you are very kind.

    Since I'm on a child theme ... here's another. And then one on the other end of the age spectrum.

    Kurt

    Nice work, Kurt! An image that has brought a smile to my face each time I have seen it...
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    Thank you, Bishop! I enjoyed shooting that scene very much.

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    Yet another shot of the Columbia Gorge ... btw, hard to tell at this size but the Elmarit-M is SHARP!!
    M9 & 90/2.8

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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.






    WOW! My Summarit was in really nice condition, but never gave me results like this. These are amazing. I especially like the thorns. Makes me wish I hadn't sold it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Yet another shot of the Columbia Gorge ... btw, hard to tell at this size but the Elmarit-M is SHARP!!
    M9 & 90/2.8
    That is a beautiful image. What wonderful, subtle light. Just a great photograph.

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    Yet another shot of the Columbia Gorge ... btw, hard to tell at this size but the Elmarit-M is SHARP!!
    M9 & 90/2.8
    Nicely done, Graham...
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    A little time, morning light and roses way beyond bloom. Question for you all...how many of you have kept your spouse from getting rid of an arrangement of flowers because of a potential image you have planned?? ;^)

    Best Regards -- Bishop

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    Matt: Nothing to sneeze at here Matt. In fact I think there is much more of the color, design and composition visible here than the unstitched ones. Excellent captures...Regards.
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    Matt, You Dunn Real Good!
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    You all have been busy...enjoyed all but a few comments...Matt -- I enjoy this whole series...well done!...
    rayyan/Steve/Bishop: Gentlemen, thank you!

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    Yet another shot of the Columbia Gorge ... btw, hard to tell at this size but the Elmarit-M is SHARP!!
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    Graham: Very nice! Beautiful viewpoint. The light in the foreground and the hazy background are gorgeous. Classic landscape in the grand style.

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    A little time, morning light and roses way beyond bloom. Question for you all...how many of you have kept your spouse from getting rid of an arrangement of flowers because of a potential image you have planned?? ;^)

    Bishop: Great photo! Composition, tonality, DOF excellent.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    It's relatively easier for me to become unseen in the streets with a Leica M, compared to the larger DSLR's. Despite my bulky figure, I can usually blend in the crowd this way.
    The weather was wet, sky overcast, just a lazy Saturday in spring.
    M8 with 28'cron.
    Best,
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    Freddie goes home:



    Taking grandma to the bazaar:



    He's evidently very satisfied with himself, probably for good reason:



    Return from shopping:


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    Any Shot That Puts A Smile On My Face Has Done Its Job!
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    You Must Publish A Book My Friend!!!
    Steve: for your kind words. Book? Me?

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    Yet another shot of the Columbia Gorge ... btw, hard to tell at this size but the Elmarit-M is SHARP!!
    M9 & 90/2.8

    Graham: Superb. the comp, light and presentation. I too love my 90/2.8.


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    A little time, morning light and roses way beyond bloom. Question for you all...how many of you have kept your spouse from getting rid of an arrangement of flowers because of a potential image you have planned?? ;^)

    Bishop: What a treat for sore eyes. The execution is masterful.

    Thak you.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: I think this is a glorious shot.

    You my friend have consistently displayed the ' knack ' of bringing to the viewer photo captures that are around them. That is a hallmark of a great photographic eye.

    ' there is nothing to photograph ' people say. They travel far and wide to capture postcards. They could have saved the money and bought the postcards at home.

    ' nothing to photograph '.

    To them I say...See what Matt does. Learn from him. If you can emulate
    even a little of what he shares with us..then you are getting started. Study what Matt does
    is the best advice I can give anybody wanting to be a better photog.

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful city with us.

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    Venice: Recently.

    Rayyan, you take photographs of others, why not mine. Question. Fight. Run.

    Ayesha, I said, I have taken thousands of photographs of you all over the world.

    Rayyan, she said, I am always a part of something in those photographs.

    Not true, I said, squeamishly.


    Ayesha, I said. I do not want photographs of you. But About you. You make the place what it is for me. Without you the place would be barren. By capturing your person, I capture the spirit of the place!..

    Fight postponed..for now.

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    Rayyan: I understand you well, my friend. Another beautiful shot of Ayesha btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    It's relatively easier for me to become unseen in the streets with a Leica M, compared to the larger DSLR's. Despite my bulky figure, I can usually blend in the crowd this way.
    The weather was wet, sky overcast, just a lazy Saturday in spring.
    M8 with 28'cron.
    Best,
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    Return from shopping:

    wow, i like them really
    this is what a want to see from Istanbul

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