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    Wow! Some great shots in this thread! Nice and dreamy Jim. Cindy, lovely lake colors! Tony C. wicked nice light!

    A couple random bits from the fair today (M8 + 75 lux).

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    The bright spot in the smoke is not flare; that's the sun. Used the smoke as an impromptu graduated filter Zeiss 50/2 ZM -


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    TonyC, that is quite an interesting horse portrait.
    Tim, Thanks. I like the framing on your shots.
    John Black, Wow, the train shot is awesome and the sun mimics the headlight.

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    Thought I post once more one the most civil forum for M8 Users

    The 35 Summicron pre-asph

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    Playing around with Nik's Silver Effex.

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    I also have the Silver Effects app and I use it in Aperture. Nice photo. DR

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    hdrmd: Thanks! Yes, I like the plugin a lot. I use it in PS3 and there's lot's of flexibility.

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    Fossati's Deli, Victoria, Texas - Men's restoom
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    here is a series that i shot in portugal. sorry for one in color, but it's a flag after all
    www.shanidze.com/WebGalleries/fabulousportugal

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    Hi Tim,

    Well I have to admit that I am totally ignorant to that plugin but I do like the results. Nice use of vignetting.

    Irakly,

    That is an impressive series from Portugal there.

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    Don't know if I posted these already, but here are some shots from Downtown Miami. I took these on my lunch break from jury duty.

    The Miami-Dade County Courthouse


    Courthouse Tower and Bus


    The Federal Courthouse


    The Stephen P. Clarke Center & Metrorail
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    Quote Originally Posted by irakly View Post
    here is a series that i shot in portugal. sorry for one in color, but it's a flag after all
    www.shanidze.com/WebGalleries/fabulousportugal
    Wonderful set Irakly! Quite a departure from your usual (but also just as good) stuff. Where are you hosting your galleries? They support CoolIris and that makes presentation soooo much better!
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    M8, 15mm C-V.
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    Early winter.
    M8, 90 mm Apo Summicron.
    Last edited by Arne Hvaring; 29th March 2009 at 13:20.

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    Frozen fjord.
    M8, 50 mm Summicron.
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    Arne Hvaring,

    Those three shots are stunning. Thanks for the views.

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    Arne:

    Wow... those shots great!

    Wow... early winter? Is that this year... now?


    Robert.

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    Arne, Arne, Arne (One exclamation for each image LOL)

    I love the beauty and the simplicity of your images. Of course you are now in much colder weather than most of us so we need to screw our heads on a little differently to appreciate your images. But they are truly beautiful.

    Please always continue to bless us with these snapshots of our world in our time. They are priceless!

    I hope someday that our paths will cross so I can meet with you and share points of view. I am sure I could learn much from your travails.

    Woody Spedden

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    Arne, you make we want to go out and buy an M8!!!

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    Wow! Arne,
    Gorgeous work.

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    Now for something a bit warmer

    Evergreen Cemetery, Victoria, Texas
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    Just bought an M8 this week and took some shots along the Bosphorus, Istanbul. Tri-Elmar 16-18-21/f 4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Just bought an M8 this week and took some shots along the Bosphorus, Istanbul. Tri-Elmar 16-18-21/f 4.
    Regards,
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    Nice use of colour in your pictures.

    Welcome to the forum.

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    This is one from today.


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    Looking at the Kodachrome slides with Mr.Webb:




    A stolen moment of love:


    Found this guy down in the sewer:

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    Beautiful photos, Erik. Your site show even more of the same quality.

    How was the workshop? Where was it? I recently did a workshop in NYC with Jay Maisel and really learned a lot from just listening and watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maarten View Post
    Beautiful photos, Erik. Your site show even more of the same quality.

    How was the workshop? Where was it? I recently did a workshop in NYC with Jay Maisel and really learned a lot from just listening and watching.
    Thanks. It was in Oslo, Norway. Something called Dok08. It was a fun week. It wasnt only Alex Webb, but also Alessandra Sanguinetti, Jacob Sobol, Chris Anderson, Rebecca Webb, Paolo Pellegrin, Chien Chi-Chang, Richard Kalvar, Chris Steele-Perkins, Jonas Bendiksen and David Alan Harvey. So you can imagine what good time it was. Photo 24 hours a day with evening lectures from all the photographers as well. It isnt every day you get to meet 10 Magnum Photogs at the same time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Five View Post
    Thanks. It was in Oslo, Norway. Something called Dok08. It was a fun week. It wasnt only Alex Webb, but also Alessandra Sanguinetti, Jacob Sobol, Chris Anderson, Rebecca Webb, Paolo Pellegrin, Chien Chi-Chang, Richard Kalvar, Chris Steele-Perkins, Jonas Bendiksen and David Alan Harvey. So you can imagine what good time it was. Photo 24 hours a day with evening lectures from all the photographers as well. It isnt every day you get to meet 10 Magnum Photogs at the same time...
    Wow, that must have been quite an experience. I love the photos of Jonas Bendiksen. I have the book Satellites and the saw exhibition in Amsterdam. Iconic photographs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    This is one from today.

    Thanks for the welcome and this most natural-looking photo. Which lens was that?
    Rgds,
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Thanks for the welcome and this most natural-looking photo. Which lens was that?
    Rgds,
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    I used the 35mm Summicron ASPH. Probably my favorite lens.

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    ... and probably one of the best all-around lenses technically that Leica has ever produced for the M.

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    Quote Originally Posted by victoriapio View Post
    Arne Hvaring,

    Those three shots are stunning. Thanks for the views.

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    Sorry for the late reply, I've been traveling and mostly off-line for the last few days.
    Thank you Garza, and congrats with your excellent, moody cemetery shot, well done!
    Quote Originally Posted by lmr View Post
    Arne:

    Wow... those shots great!

    Wow... early winter? Is that this year... now?


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    Thanks Robert, these are shots from last winter which I haven't got around to posting before, better late than never, I suppose


    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Arne, Arne, Arne (One exclamation for each image LOL)

    I love the beauty and the simplicity of your images. Of course you are now in much colder weather than most of us so we need to screw our heads on a little differently to appreciate your images. But they are truly beautiful.

    Please always continue to bless us with these snapshots of our world in our time. They are priceless!

    I hope someday that our paths will cross so I can meet with you and share points of view. I am sure I could learn much from your travails.

    Woody Spedden
    Woody, as usual eloquent and profound comments, much appreciated.
    If our paths are to cross, I guess you'd have to come to Norway, (which wouldn't be a bad idea ), then I would certainly take good care of you!



    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    Arne, you make we want to go out and buy an M8!!!

    MAzor
    Sounds like a good idea, if you have the $$$$! The new M8.2 looks tempting, and just what the M8 should have been from the start IMO.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Wow! Arne,
    Gorgeous work.
    Thank you, Cindy!

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    here is a couple of shots i did lately. trying to break a habit to shoot everythig with 1.4/35
    the square picture is 2/90, the second one is 1.4/50

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    Tres Cool....Love them both , Irakly
    Moody,Sweet & Noir Charming!!

    Erik Five:
    Loved your 1st & 4th shot.....the Seminar sounded Supreme
    Best- H

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    Great shots everyone. I get inspired every time I come in this thread.

    Alas, too many weeks of too much rain and work plus no time behind the camera. So I took a short walk in the front field tonight just as the sun was setting. I managed this one. The color is still coming into the leaves. Hope the rain doesn't ruin the changeover this year.

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    You guys are inspiring me to get my butt out and shoot --- keep em coming!
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    M8 28.2


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    16mm CZ Hologon adapted for Leica mount. No center weighted filter.


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    Russia series


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    Quote Originally Posted by mwalker View Post
    Russia series


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    the old woman shot is fabulous!

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    It was raining cats, dogs, pigs, frogs and giraffes today so while my kids were at the movies (watching Beverly Hills Chihuahua for the second time this week with their mother - my wife is a brave woman) I went to the Barnes & Noble across the street and did a little street photography. No issues with my "archaic" M8 classic being too loud, BTW.

    Solitude


    Grabbing a bite


    Lost in a Book


    Here is a link to a panoramic of the first floor of the bookstore
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    One from this morning....


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    Heroes
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    Today I took the family to a corn maze in the country. The corn in the maze was well past its prime but looked good enough to photograph in the nice light. I used the 90mm APO Summicon Elcan I have.


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    Nice shot Elvis!

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    Another one from today. This is from the valley look off. In a few more weeks, it will be more dramatic with the fields and trees a patchwork of fall colours.


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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    Today I took the family to a corn maze in the country. The corn in the maze was well past its prime but looked good enough to photograph in the nice light. I used the 90mm APO Summicon Elcan I have.
    that thing looks vicious. do you know that some scholars attribute bizarre religious practices (sacrifices, cannibalism) to predominance of corn in their diet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by irakly View Post
    that thing looks vicious. do you know that some scholars attribute bizarre religious practices (sacrifices, cannibalism) to predominance of corn in their diet?
    I kept think of the Stephen King book/movie "Children of the Corn." I don't think I would the the maze at night!

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't you call a corn maze a "maize maze"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't you call a corn maze a "maize maze"?

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