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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?? ;^)

    this is really wonderful nice - so new yet so old

    my pic of the day

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    In need of some work:



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    f 1,0: Thank you for your encouragement.

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    1. Sharp



    2. Barrow

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

    Freddie goes home:

    Taking grandma to the bazaar:

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

    Return from shopping:
    Osman: Thanks. Those are wonderful instances of time you have got there
    my friend. The M is right for this type of job.

    Thank you for sharing.

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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

    Magnificent!
    Quote Originally Posted by BishopB View Post
    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?? ;^)

    Very Nice!
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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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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,
    Osman

    Freddie goes home:


    Excellent!
    Taking grandma to the bazaar:



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



    Return from shopping:

    Masterful! Love The Last One!
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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.
    Lovely & Brilliant In Either Order!

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    In need of some work:



    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    1. Sharp



    2. Barrow

    David, Excellent Color,Sharpness,Feel & Set!

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    Thanks Steve!

    I'm still learning this M8. Summicron 50 is working a lot better since I had it CLA'd by Malcolm Taylor.

    A couple more from that set.




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    David - Being a jeep owner and lover of all things 4x4 I'm enjoying your series very much.

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    Decided to experiment with a different approach to my processing and came up with this..



    "Just a tree" Leica M9 Summarit 90mm

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    Thanks Don, If my brother ever gets around to renovating the Landrover I will let you see the results, in the meantime it is a lovely thing to photograph.

    "Just a Tree" Amazing a tree can grow on what looks like very barren rock!
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    Rayyan and Steve: Thank you both...

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    ladies solex club on tour ...
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    Istanbul..the Anatolian side...

    I love the Lonely Planet guides. Ayesha loves the Frommer's guides.
    I read them all. I make notes. never carry them.

    Now I know which places to avoid like the plague. They recommend. I avoid.

    They want me to stay there, I stayed at the Asian side of the Bosphorus. Why?
    Ask Osman....

    Good breakfast, banks of the Bosphorus....


    Rayyan, I am going to Eridene after breakfast. To see Sinan Bin Abdul Mennan. Known to others as Koca Sinan. I shall know him later..for 2 weeks.

    Me , I was going to somewhere you will never find in your Barnes and Nobles.

    I knew the place, not its name. nobody stopped there; no tourists, no locals.
    Except those that were there. Those looking for work. The Unemployed.

    I spent the whole morning there. Heard a lot of stories. made friends.
    Better than the tourist hordes.


    Stay on the Asian side; What does NG or Frommer's know?

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    Thanks Don, If my brother ever gets around to renovating the Landrover I will let you see the results, in the meantime it is a lovely thing to photograph.

    "Just a Tree" Amazing a tree can grow on what looks like very barren rock!
    Dave - Thank you for the comment. I'm constantly amazed at the way trees can flourish with so little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Decided to experiment with a different approach to my processing and came up with this..



    "Just a tree" Leica M9 Summarit 90mm

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    Vibrant & Full Of Life! Nice PP & Shot Don!

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    Knorp....Fun Shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Istanbul..the Anatolian side...

    Stay on the Asian side; What does NG or Frommer's know?
    Powerful Gaze! Nicely Documented Rayyan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Istanbul..the Anatolian side...

    I love the Lonely Planet guides. Ayesha loves the Frommer's guides.
    I read them all. I make notes. never carry them.

    Now I know which places to avoid like the plague. They recommend. I avoid.

    They want me to stay there, I stayed at the Asian side of the Bosphorus. Why?
    Ask Osman....

    Good breakfast, banks of the Bosphorus....

    Rayyan, I am going to Eridene after breakfast. To see Sinan Bin Abdul Mennan. Known to others as Koca Sinan. I shall know him later..for 2 weeks.

    Me , I was going to somewhere you will never find in your Barnes and Nobles.

    I knew the place, not its name. nobody stopped there; no tourists, no locals.
    Except those that were there. Those looking for work. The Unemployed.

    I spent the whole morning there. Heard a lot of stories. made friends.
    Better than the tourist hordes.

    Stay on the Asian side; What does NG or Frommer's know?
    Powerful stuff, Rayyan. Again, you draw us in with your image and words, and provide a reminder of our need for real humanity. Thank you.

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    Vibrant & Full Of Life! Nice PP & Shot Don!
    +1 for sure.

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    David, Excellent Color,Sharpness,Feel & Set!
    Yes. These are great shots, and an interesting undertaking as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BishopB View Post
    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?? ;^)

    This really is some masterful work, Bishop.

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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.
    Matt: Rayyan hit the nail squarely on the head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    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.
    Rayyan: This one made me smile for sure! You have a gift, my friend. Heart, Art and Discretion... a perfect combination.

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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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    Freddie goes home:



    Taking grandma to the bazaar:


    These really are wonderful shots, Osman. These two in particular. Thank you for sharing this amazing city of yours with us.

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    These are beautiful b/w images, John. A timeless quality to them.

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    These are beautiful b/w images, John. A timeless quality to them.
    +1 from here too!

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    Just wanted to share a quick one from today. My brother's wife, and their oldest grandchild. (That's my brother in the background).

    M8, 28 Cron @ f4 (pretty much straight out of the camera other than a slight WB correction):

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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, Osman
    Freddie goes home:
    Taking grandma to the bazaar:
    He's evidently very satisfied with himself, probably for good reason:
    Return from shopping:
    Osman: These are great! This last one is masterful! I love the colors and her position in the frame. Thank you for sharing!

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Just wanted to share a quick one from today. My brother's wife, and their oldest grandchild. (That's my brother in the background).

    M8, 28 Cron @ f4 (pretty much straight out of the camera other than a slight WB correction):

    Great framing, color and sharpness is perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    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.
    rayyan: Thank you, but, you are much too generous with your compliments.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    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.
    rayyan: Terrific photo. And, as you said, we've seen many other equally beautiful photos of your beautiful wife!

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Powerful Gaze! Nicely Documented Rayyan!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Powerful stuff, Rayyan. Again, you draw us in with your image and words, and provide a reminder of our need for real humanity. Thank you.
    rayyan: +1, +1. You'd be a great guide to see real places and real people!

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Decided to experiment with a different approach to my processing and came up with this..

    "Just a tree" Leica M9 Summarit 90mm
    Don
    Don: : Beautiful photo. Makes me happy that despite our ravenous ways, we still have places like that to photograph.

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
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    knorp: Had to google "solex". Interesting. Nice photos; better looking then the average biker gang.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Matt: Rayyan hit the nail squarely on the head.
    Lloyd: Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    These are beautiful b/w images, John. A timeless quality to them.
    John: +1. What Lloyd said. Like discovering them in an old magazine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Just wanted to share a quick one from today. My brother's wife, and their oldest grandchild. (That's my brother in the background).

    M8, 28 Cron @ f4 (pretty much straight out of the camera other than a slight WB correction):
    Lloyd: Excellent capture. Dynamic and balanced. The line of the columns and your brother lead right to your sister-in-law and their grandchild. DOF, composition, smiles, pp - Belongs on their wall (and yours)!

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt and Lloyd, your generous remarks are much motivating. Thank you kindly.
    Lloyd, the portrait of your brother's wife and and grandchild is perfect, as always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Istanbul..the Anatolian side...

    I love the Lonely Planet guides. Ayesha loves the Frommer's guides.
    I read them all. I make notes. never carry them.

    Now I know which places to avoid like the plague. They recommend. I avoid.

    They want me to stay there, I stayed at the Asian side of the Bosphorus. Why?
    Ask Osman....

    Good breakfast, banks of the Bosphorus....


    Rayyan, I am going to Eridene after breakfast. To see Sinan Bin Abdul Mennan. Known to others as Koca Sinan. I shall know him later..for 2 weeks.

    Me , I was going to somewhere you will never find in your Barnes and Nobles.

    I knew the place, not its name. nobody stopped there; no tourists, no locals.
    Except those that were there. Those looking for work. The Unemployed.

    I spent the whole morning there. Heard a lot of stories. made friends.
    Better than the tourist hordes.


    Stay on the Asian side; What does NG or Frommer's know?
    Rayyan, your shots and narrative not just shows your mastery in both fields, but your skill in blending into different cultures. I know this does not come automatically by reading, guides or deeper sources, but from the heart. And a big thank you for presenting the city I love so dearly and my citizens in a heart-warming way.

    A small contribution to what you have written:
    Yes, the Asian side of the city is different. It is peaceful, laid back, gracious and a little reserved, perhaps. It is a pity that it does not get the mention it deserves in tourist guides.

    Koca Sinan (Koca means grand) is the greatest architect of our country. He (and thus we) was lucky to have lived for nearly a century, during half of which he was the master architect of the Sultan. The city you mention, Edirne (Adrianapolis from ancient times) has his most remarkable masterpiece, the Selimiye Mosque.

    Lastly, I was unable to guess the place you've met the unemployed, Tophane, probably. It is relatively easier these days to come across them, with the unemployment figures reaching all-time highs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    These are beautiful b/w images, John. A timeless quality to them.
    Both structures/sites are over 100 years old; the big building is the Decatur Baptist College built-in 1897-1898. The university still exists, but I think the building is a museum now. The gas station was opened around 1929 and there is a small inn behind, built in the late 1880-1890's. I couldn't get any images of the inn because it faces east and the sun was setting.

    For toning, after levels edits, etc., etc., the last layer is a C41 post-processing curve (in Photoshop), the layer is set to "Color" and the opacity at 18-22%. It works very well for adding a nice warmth that doesn't look like the usual sepia Photoshop filter effect.

    More pictures from Decatur, TX here.

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    Since we're on an Istanbul trend ... I'm sure that Osman can describe the lighting conditions

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    It is really nice to see what everybody is doing through this thread. I like in particular those Istanbul shots and the stitches (I will have to try this some time).

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    These are beautiful b/w images, John. A timeless quality to them.
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    Just wanted to share a quick one from today. My brother's wife, and their oldest grandchild. (That's my brother in the background).

    M8, 28 Cron @ f4 (pretty much straight out of the camera other than a slight WB correction):
    Stunning Blue Eyes All Around! Beautiful Ladies & Shot Lloyd!

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    Just wanted to share a quick one from today. My brother's wife, and their oldest grandchild. (That's my brother in the background).

    M8, 28 Cron @ f4 (pretty much straight out of the camera other than a slight WB correction):
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    Since we're on an Istanbul trend ... I'm sure that Osman can describe the lighting conditions

    Basillica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarnıcı)
    M9 & 21/1.4 ISO 1000


    Fantastic DOF & Mood Graham!

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    Daniel, Love the whole set for mood,color,flare & abandonment! So Cool!

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    Thankyou Steve

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    David, Excellent Color,Sharpness,Feel & Set!
    David: +1; Love the series.

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    "Just a tree" Leica M9 Summarit 90mm

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    Don: Not just a tree. Your tree. A beautiful vibrant one at that.

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    Bishop: +1 what Lloyd says.

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    Powerful Gaze! Nicely Documented Rayyan!
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    Powerful stuff, Rayyan. Again, you draw us in with your image and words, and provide a reminder of our need for real humanity. Thank you.
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    Rayyan: This one made me smile for sure! You have a gift, my friend. Heart, Art and Discretion... a perfect combination.
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    rayyan: Terrific photo. And, as you said, we've seen many other equally beautiful photos of your beautiful wife!

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    rayyan: +1, +1. You'd be a great guide to see real places and real people!

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    Matt: Much appreciated sir. The job, where do I apply?

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    . And a big thank you for presenting the city I love so dearly and my citizens in a heart-warming way.

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    Lastly, I was unable to guess the place you've met the unemployed, Tophane, probably. It is relatively easier these days to come across them, with the unemployment figures reaching all-time highs.
    Osman: Thank you and the people of Istanbul. Re: the place..I have forgotten...but the people I shall never forget. Their courage and their dignity in adversity.

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    Daniel, Love the whole set for mood,color,flare & abandonment! So Cool!
    Daniel: +1. A super set of photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Since we're on an Istanbul trend ... I'm sure that Osman can describe the lighting conditions

    Basillica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarnıcı)
    M9 & 21/1.4 ISO 1000



    Graham: Beautifully shot in way less than perfect surroundings. lovely
    mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Just wanted to share a quick one from today. My brother's wife, and their oldest grandchild. (That's my brother in the background).

    M8, 28 Cron @ f4 (pretty much straight out of the camera other than a slight WB correction):
    Lloyd: Brings a joy to my heart when I see this photo; and I have seen it
    a few times today. The affection, the family binding has been perfectly captured.

    The pride and happiness of the grand parents is on display as is the joy
    of the child.

    Priceless.

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