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    Playing around with some processing here. This is the 50 Pre-Lux, 1/15th @ f1.4, ISO 2500 --- Guy enjoying a "Mojito in Puerto Rico":

    PS: Square it off and I think we have a new avatar for him, eh?

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    Ice cream at the fair with Dad and Pops.

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    Nice one Jack! I like all the oof lights and the ice in the glass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Playing around with some processing here. This is the 50 Pre-Lux, 1/15th @ f1.4, ISO 2500 --- Guy enjoying a "Mojito in Puerto Rico":

    PS: Square it off and I think we have a new avatar for him, eh?

    ,
    What's with the crew cut???? LOL

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    milkweed pretty much done.

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    LOVE the milkweed shot!
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    Lovely shot TR.

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    JACK, I love the shot of Guy w/his mojito
    I agree w/Charles ...... Love the ice & oof charm
    Splendid!
    AND
    TIM....Lovely,Artsy Milkweed

    Best-H

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    Thanks Helen! It's amazing what you can do with an old classic lens and a little Photoshop!

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Playing around with some processing here. This is the 50 Pre-Lux, 1/15th @ f1.4, ISO 2500 --- Guy enjoying a "Mojito in Puerto Rico":

    PS: Square it off and I think we have a new avatar for him, eh?

    ,
    Yea me drinking again.

    Actually it is water
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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Tim,
    the milkweed shot is really beautiful

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    Thanks everyone for the kind words on the milkweed. Very glad you like it.

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Jack - the processing really fits seamlessly with the moment you captured.

    Tim - Superb!

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    this image is so silly! every time i look at it, a stupid smile invades my otherwise intelligently looking face.
    m8, 1.4/35

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    Well, Irakly, that means you always have a certain thought or memories when you look at her, don't you?

    She is beautiful; her look reminds me on the Polish students at the University Vienna (back in the good old 80-ies...).

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    Don't eat that. Wait for me
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    I spent 10 working years in the building on your second picture. Dangerous neighborhood to work in way too much high end shopping.

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    Thank You for all the noise, at 2500, Leica...
    Today, on one of our lakes;

    was a little bit annoyed that my DMR has to visit Leica-NJ; thought going out with the M8 and 75-lux is a good cure.

    Image seems to run off a canvas this way.

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    And one more;
    back into more civilized territory of ISo 640.

    I am really not a flower guy, I have to say, but I like painting them with the lux; don't even know how that flower is called, to be honest...

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    The image pulls the trigger "surreal" in the sense that it exhibits three main items (tights, young woman, cycling boy) without obvious connection so that we are provoked to associate silly ideas and to extemporise far-fetched stories. Yet everything looks realistic and trivial ad nauseam. But her so what? look draws the photographer in the scene and creates new dynamic; she seems to think: "I couldn't care less whether you idiot enframe me together with household chore and raising of children." And at the same time she exhibits her "wannabe model pose". The cycling boy, the other dynamic element, is priceless. A grotesque mixture.

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    I spent 10 working years in the building on your second picture. Dangerous neighborhood to work in way too much high end shopping.
    But it is more than 20 blocks from B&H
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitnaros View Post
    Well, Irakly, that means you always have a certain thought or memories when you look at her, don't you?

    She is beautiful; her look reminds me on the Polish students at the University Vienna (back in the good old 80-ies...).

    Peter
    don't tell me about polish students, it tears my heart apart! here is one for you

    http://www.shanidze.com/WebGalleries/ilona/

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    Quote Originally Posted by irakly View Post
    don't tell me about polish students, it tears my heart apart! here is one for you

    http://www.shanidze.com/WebGalleries/ilona/
    Oh, Irakly - she looks like FUN!

    Just this guy you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by irakly View Post
    don't tell me about polish students, it tears my heart apart! here is one for you
    There was once a girl to unveil
    what weighs the most for a male.
    As a daughter of Eve
    she came to perceive:
    "I really don't need here my scale."

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    Irakly,



    Very good photo!

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    Waining Summer ... two brothers enjoy the last romp in the water ... and gone

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    Irakli, the model also made me smile
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:50.

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    Gettin' my rangefinder focus practice...

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    Hi Tim,

    Nice tones and composition.

    What with your fairground ride shot and now this you must be pretty fast!

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    Thanks eclifford! Of course what you're not seeing are all the other shots where I missed!

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    Let's see if I can join in the fun (M8 + Nocti @ f1) ... First Time posting

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    Great images on this page all!!!
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    The image pulls the trigger "surreal" in the sense that it exhibits three main items (tights, young woman, cycling boy) without obvious connection so that we are provoked to associate silly ideas and to extemporise far-fetched stories. Yet everything looks realistic and trivial ad nauseam. But her so what? look draws the photographer in the scene and creates new dynamic; she seems to think: "I couldn't care less whether you idiot enframe me together with household chore and raising of children." And at the same time she exhibits her "wannabe model pose". The cycling boy, the other dynamic element, is priceless. A grotesque mixture.

    What an amazing photo!


    Bigfeet

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    Hi Robert,

    Welcome to the forum and thanks for sharing an image in the your first post.

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    another red square shot


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    Mike: What a beautiful shot from Red Square; please keep them coming. DR

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    Welcome to the forum, Robert. I enjoyed your shots.

    Mike, this Red Square shot is just fantastic....really special.

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    From the Kohler Design Center M8 and 35 Lux pre-ASPH

    This is probably the last Monarch of the season.
    M8 and 90 summicron pre-ASPH f/2

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    Cindy:

    The Monarch shot is stunning.

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    Yes it is!
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    Wow Cindy... The Monarch shot is Stunning... MUCH BETTER THAN MINE!!!

    You must have been in my backyard too... This is what I have with M8 - 75mm Asph Cron. This is crop 50% to portrait format and resized. No other PS work.

    Robert:

    Attachment 7654

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    Thanks Rob, Jack and Robert.
    I think the 90 summicron pre-ASPH is another one of those "sleeper" Leica lenses. I sold my first copy (will I ever learn???), but was lucky enough to buy this one from Bob. It not only does a beautiful job, but it is a chrome beauty to behold.

    Robert said: "You must have been in my backyard too..."

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    Anyone interested in doing a workshop down where the Monarch's spend the winter? There are literally MILLIONS of them all in the same location, so thick they actually completely cover the trees. I'm planning to go back down and shoot it myself in Mexico again this winter. What say you Jack, Guy? Shall we plan a December or January workshop to shoot butterflies?

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    Note quite a monarch... Zeiss 50/2 ZM.


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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Took the 35 Lux pre-asph out for a spin today.. all images at f1.4

    Around the Watsonville/Salinas area in California















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    same specs as previous post (35 lux, f1.4)














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    Nice series Jim! I thought you had a pre-asph 35 Cron --- When did you get the pre-asph 35 Lux, and is this an addition or a replacement?
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    M8 and 21 SA at f/8

    Last edited by Cindy Flood; 20th September 2008 at 18:18.

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