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    Thanks Cindy.

    From my experience, LR2 does well with M8 images shot at ISO 640 or lower. For shots over ISO 640, I use C1, which produces a cleaner and nicer image at the higher ISOs.

    I hope to see you at a future GetDPI workshop, and will gladly show you my B&W conversion techniques, as well as other LR techniques.

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    Last edited by Mike Hatam; 9th February 2009 at 20:40.
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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    I've posted a color version of this candid portrait of my father much earlier on this thread. I reprocessed the image in B&W, and like this version even better.
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    Hi Mike,

    I love the B/W images! Of course along with the other ones! I would love to hear how you went about producing the B/W images. Did you use Aperture or Lightroom? What was your conversion to B/W conversion?

    Thanks,

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Thanks Gary. I used LR2, and described an outline of my B&W conversion method in post #1135 - a few posts up on this page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Hans,

    This just jumps off the screen. The rendering here is exceptional, and the light... wow!
    Thanks Lloyd!

    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8
    Hans, stop that! All I have is the measly 28 Elmarit and seeing these 28 cron shots has me thinking of exchanging it even though it would not be a smart $$ decision! That 28 cron always looks so magical!
    Steve, you are doing great with the 28 elmarit.
    I found a great deal on a used cron, which I could not pass up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam
    From my experience, LR2 does well with M8 images shot at ISO 640 or faster. For shots over ISO 640, I use C1, which produces a cleaner and nicer image at the higher ISOs.
    Mike, great b&w and also great advise of using C1 for higher ISO shots.

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    Hi All,

    Wow, where to start? This thread really is thriving again!

    Lloyd/Steve,

    Very nice photographs!

    Hans,

    Again another nice one from your cafe series. You have conveyed a really nice mood in the whole series.

    Mike,

    As others have stated, very very nicely processed B&W images!

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    Hi All,

    Well, I suppose I should lower the tone (and tones) a bit ...

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    This Thread is Alive & Kicking....

    Mike: Great Portrait Series

    Hans: You & the Cron work Magic

    Ed: Love the Tonal Range & Moodiness

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    Hi Helen,

    Thank you very much!

    I think I am in dire need of some sunshine soon though!

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    M8, 35mm Lux, preasph
    Overpass





    M8, 35mm Lux, preasph
    Coyote Creek

    Last edited by JimCollum; 10th February 2009 at 00:09.

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    Jim,

    Nice, very nice! I love the tonal range, especially of the first one.

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Grandson

    M8, 35mm Lux, preasph



    M8, 75mm Lux

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Hans
    I just love the cafe shot - I'm feeling better and better about the 28 'cron I just ordered from Robert white - it should be with me tomorrow.

    Mike
    Lovely black and white conversions - I still like to use silver efex though (perhaps it encourages one to be too brutal!).

    Jim
    I love the second one . . . do I detect the lack of an IR filter on the colour version . . it's not so much the t-shirt as the eyes.

    Ed
    Spooky stuff - I especially like the first one (where is it).

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    Hi Jono,

    Thanks!

    All three were taken in Antwerp. The first is the Grote Markt, or main square in the fog. The statue/fountain depicts the legend of how the city got its name. A roman called Brabo killed a dragon that had been causing trouble to boats on the river and cut off his hand and threw it into the Schelde. The ANT being a verison of hand and WERPEN being a dutch version for throwing.

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    Ed, Helen, Jono, thank you!

    Jono, you will be really happy with the 'cron. It is a fanastic lens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cancelledreality View Post
    Ed, Helen, Jono, thank you!

    Jono, you will be really happy with the 'cron. It is a fanastic lens!
    Hi Hans
    I just got it - the delivery man left it in the garage, and the box was severely dinged . . . but the leica box inside is okay, and the lens seems perfect. It seems to focus fine . . . just a tad forward, but I like that.

    it's small . . . lens hood is erm.. vast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    Thanks Gary. I used LR2, and described an outline of my B&W conversion method in post #1135 - a few posts up on this page.
    Mike:

    Your images are great. I would make sure you make a print of the daughter with friends picture. She would appreciate it in the future.

    In regards to lightroom, is it possible to re-arrange the processing controls? In other words, are they docked panels you can drag around. I tried, but nothing was moving.

    Yesterday, I was processing some images from a party and they only needed minor exposure adjustments and some vignette added. With the exposure control and vignette control on opposite ends of the dock, it took a lot of scrolling to make the two adjustments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Hans
    I just got it - the delivery man left it in the garage, and the box was severely dinged . . . but the leica box inside is okay, and the lens seems perfect. It seems to focus fine . . . just a tad forward, but I like that.

    it's small . . . lens hood is erm.. vast!
    That hood is indeed huge, looks almost like a vaccumcleaner.
    Can't wait to see some shots with the 'cron!

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    Robert you can do this also in C1 since i know you just bought the Pro version. Simple trick get a nice image and apply a B&W panchromatic style to it. Than go into color picker menu and pick say the blue sky with the eye dropper than make adjustments there than continue on in all colors you want to adjust darker or lighter and such. Works very nice in c1 also as well as Mike does in LR. I just did some B&W in CS4 with very similar techniques on adjusting the original colors in a B&W adjustment layer.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Sewing Lesson.

    M8 - 75mm Cron Wide open. Resize, Auto Level & Post.

    Enjoy.

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    Mike:

    In regards to lightroom, is it possible to re-arrange the processing controls? In other words, are they docked panels you can drag around. I tried, but nothing was moving.

    Robert
    Thanks Robert.

    In LR2, you cannot change the order of the processing controls, but you can expand/contract individual controls. I "contract" the controls that I rarely use so that they don't take up space and I can just easily skip over them. Then in the few situations that I need them, I just expand them for that use.

    Hope that helps,
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecliffordsmith View Post
    Hi All,

    Well, I suppose I should lower the tone (and tones) a bit ...

    OH MY!! Impressive in the extreme!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmr View Post
    Sewing Lesson.

    M8 - 75mm Cron Wide open. Resize, Auto Level & Post.

    Enjoy.

    Robert.
    I did (enjoy, that is)!! Very nice.

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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    First pic with new 28 'cron
    nothing impressive, but I had to shoot it at f2
    all seems well, focusing accurate, no obvious focus shift, all rather lovely really!


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    [QUOTE=JimCollum;74956]M8, 35mm Lux, preasph
    Overpass


    M8, 35mm Lux, preasph
    Coyote Creek

    Love the "Glow". Really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    First pic with new 28 'cron
    nothing impressive, but I had to shoot it at f2
    all seems well, focusing accurate, no obvious focus shift, all rather lovely really!
    Congrats!!! Looking forward to many wonders from that sweet glass.

    I just bit the bullet and bought one as well. Can't wait for it to arrive.

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    One of my ever-patient wife with the CV 35/2.5 Color Skopar "C". Sweet little lens. The price is certainly right!


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    My first post. Hope you guys like it.

    M8 with canon 50mm 0.95







    With WATE


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    Quote Originally Posted by luxferous View Post
    My first post. Hope you guys like it.

    M8 with canon 50mm 0.95

    With WATE
    Great first post!!! That Canon ,95 lays out some dreamlike images! I really like the tonality of that shot with the WATE. Well done all around.

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    Welcome!
    Quote Originally Posted by luxferous View Post
    My first post. Hope you guys like it.

    M8 with canon 50mm 0.95


    They're all fine, but this first one is particularly splendid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    One of my ever-patient wife with the CV 35/2.5 Color Skopar "C". Sweet little lens. The price is certainly right!
    Lloyd - lovely picture of the boss - excellent.
    As for the 'cron, I guess you have Jack's one on the way?
    I grabbed one in the UK at the 'old' price, which was quite a coup. Now I have to sell stuff to pay for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lloyd - lovely picture of the boss - excellent.
    As for the 'cron, I guess you have Jack's one on the way?
    I grabbed one in the UK at the 'old' price, which was quite a coup. Now I have to sell stuff to pay for it!
    (Yes, I bought Jack's cron)

    Exactly right, my friend... I've got a number of items on the block as well. I may even be putting my beloved Noctilux up for sale or partial trade. The times we live in, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    (Yes, I bought Jack's cron)

    Exactly right, my friend... I've got a number of items on the block as well. I may even be putting my beloved Noctilux up for sale or partial trade. The times we live in, eh?
    Yes - I'm just trying not to 'spend' any money on lenses - so I'm moving things about. I have too many M mount lenses anyway, and some just simply didn't get used, my quest for the right medium wide seems to stop here, so basic kit will be:
    WATE
    25 zeiss
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    with the 15 CV for those really lightweight moments, and the 90 elmarit because I just like it :-)

    I had a Nocti for a year . . and sold it. I do regret it sometimes, but you can 'almost' get the same effect with the zeiss sonnar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Yes - I'm just trying not to 'spend' any money on lenses - so I'm moving things about. I have too many M mount lenses anyway, and some just simply didn't get used, my quest for the right medium wide seems to stop here, so basic kit will be:
    WATE
    25 zeiss
    28 cron
    50 zeiss sonnar
    75 'cron

    with the 15 CV for those really lightweight moments, and the 90 elmarit because I just like it :-)

    I had a Nocti for a year . . and sold it. I do regret it sometimes, but you can 'almost' get the same effect with the zeiss sonnar.
    I'm in precisely the same position... not wanting to "spend" on more glass. In fact, that's the promise I've made to my wife. And I also need to keep a simpler (is that a word?) kit.

    That being said, FedEx just stopped my and dropped on my 35 Summicron version IV. another one I've got to clear the board to afford.

    Have a great day!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    One of my ever-patient wife with the CV 35/2.5 Color Skopar "C". Sweet little lens. The price is certainly right!

    Lloyd - this is a fantastic image. Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Yes - I'm just trying not to 'spend' any money on lenses - so I'm moving things about. I have too many M mount lenses anyway, and some just simply didn't get used, my quest for the right medium wide seems to stop here, so basic kit will be:
    WATE
    25 zeiss
    28 cron
    50 zeiss sonnar
    75 'cron

    with the 15 CV for those really lightweight moments, and the 90 elmarit because I just like it :-)

    I had a Nocti for a year . . and sold it. I do regret it sometimes, but you can 'almost' get the same effect with the zeiss sonnar.
    I have settled (at least temporarily) on this line-up for my M8:
    - 21 Zeiss
    - 28 Cron
    - 50 Lux (pre-asph)
    - 75 Summarit

    The 28 cron and 50 lux are my two all-time favorite lenses for the M8. The 21 Zeiss and 75 Summarit round out the kit for certain situations, without breaking the bank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    Lloyd - this is a fantastic image. Congrats!
    Thanks Mike. Coming from you, I'm particularly honored.

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    FedEx just delivered a 35 Summicron version IV. First test shot... nothing special, just had to give it a whirl! Wide open


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Yes - I'm just trying not to 'spend' any money on lenses - so I'm moving things about. I have too many M mount lenses anyway, and some just simply didn't get used, my quest for the right medium wide seems to stop here, so basic kit will be:
    WATE
    25 zeiss
    28 cron
    50 zeiss sonnar
    75 'cron

    with the 15 CV for those really lightweight moments, and the 90 elmarit because I just like it :-)

    I had a Nocti for a year . . and sold it. I do regret it sometimes, but you can 'almost' get the same effect with the zeiss sonnar.
    Hi Jono,

    Do you have some shots with the Sonnar?

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    Hi Lloyd,

    Thanks for the kind comments and congratulations on your new lens. Looks like you are hitting off well. That is a very portrait of your wife too, well done!

    Hi Jono,

    28 Summicron eh? Very nicely done indeed!

    Luxeferous,

    Welcome to the forum, and what lovely images. the bokeh on some of those is remarkable!

    Robert,

    Nice lens the 75 eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    FedEx just delivered a 35 Summicron version IV. First test shot... nothing special, just had to give it a whirl! Wide open

    The 35 'cron pre-asph is also very nice. had that one too (I bought to many lenses the last 6 months )

    And congratulations with the 28 'cron.

    These are with the 35 'cron pre-asph




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    Quote Originally Posted by Cancelledreality View Post
    The 35 'cron pre-asph is also very nice. had that one too (I bought to many lenses the last 6 months )

    And congratulations with the 28 'cron.

    These are with the 35 'cron pre-asph



    Too many lenses, eh? I understand completely.

    Great shots there... and it makes it easier when you have wonderful subjects for the shots, doesn't it?!

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    Hi Hans,

    Again nice images. You have a very patient model it seems!

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    Luxferus, from the last two immages it looks like you are in the tropics.

    Ed, it's grate how you are documenting your town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Too many lenses, eh? I understand completely.

    Great shots there... and it makes it easier when you have wonderful subjects for the shots, doesn't it?!
    Quote Originally Posted by ecliffordsmith View Post
    Hi Hans,

    Again nice images. You have a very patient model it seems!
    Patience is not a word known to her
    But she like the photos I take of her.
    My other 'models' are my niece and nephew. Both don't know me without a camera

    35 'cron pre-asph


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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    just in case someone needs to spend on another small lens: 25 3.4 canon.
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gero View Post
    just in case someone needs another small lens: 25 3.4 canon.
    Very nice.. the drawing of this lens is luminous!

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    it is (low contrast?), and it's size is just the best.
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gero View Post
    it is (low contrast?), and it's size is just the best.
    Beautiful!

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    Hans, nephus are fine, but just wate until you have children and then you really have subjects.
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:50.

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