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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Here's a panorama with the 28 'cron

    Nice. Col de Petit Saint-Bernard? It looks like there was great snow all over this year. How many frames are panoramaed in this one?

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    Nice. Col de Petit Saint-Bernard? It looks like there was great snow all over this year. How many frames are panoramaed in this one?

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    Close . . but no banana. It's actually the La Rosiere side, looking towards St Foy and Les Arcs . . . but then, it's only a 20 minute ride to the Col de Petit Saint Bernard, so maybe you should be let off!

    Five frames I think - hand held (tripod skiing? not for me!).

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    Hi Cindy
    Thank you for the kind words
    Scott - here is one of the Col de Petit Saint Bernard



    You can see the station of the Bellecombe two on the left, and the piste down from the Fort at La Rosiere on the extreme right.

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    Hi Cindy
    Thank you for the kind words
    Scott - here is one of the Col de Petit Saint Bernard



    You can see the station of the Bellecombe two on the left, and the piste down from the Fort at La Rosiere on the extreme right.
    Stunning, Jono. Wow.

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    Scott - here is one of the Col de Petit Saint Bernard



    You can see the station of the Bellecombe two on the left, and the piste down from the Fort at La Rosiere on the extreme right.
    Aren't your two shots the same long narrow valley from its two ends, or from the middle looking in the two directions? The rock formations in each shot have the same geological style to them. Plus I rememer the long nearly horizontal lift that appears in the first one.

    Anyway, I think I prefer these two panoramas to this bravura exercise, and the equipment cost involved was as much as 1/10 of the other. An even bigger ratio if you add in the cost of getting to the scene. Ah, that economical pocket Leica approach!

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    I live 2 miles from the campus of Michigan State University. Spring hit today with sun and mid-50s temps. The mood was upbeat for both the wildlife and for the citizens. M8 with 28 Elmarit.

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    Il Buco...a Restaurant I am redoing after a number of yrs. .... The Decorative Wall Finishes
    its kinda Hipster ,lay low cool...Old World Italian
    Clint Eastwood recently threw a small Dinner Party for "The Changeling' there
    m8/1962 lux

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Il Buco...a Restaurant I am redoing Decorative Wall Finishes for...
    its kinda Hipster ,lay low cool...Old World Italian
    Clint eastwood recently threw a small Dinner Party for "The Changeling' there
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    Nice!! Love the light... wonderful stuff!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEB View Post
    I live 2 miles from the campus of Michigan State University. Spring hit today with sun and mid-50s temps. The mood was upbeat for both the wildlife and for the citizens. M8 with 28 Elmarit.

    Mark (East Lansing, Michigan)
    Nice series, Mark. Shows the 28 Elmarit's well-deserved reputation to good advantage. I particularly like the first image, btw.

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    Our kids are moving to a new home, so my granddaughter's other grandfather came over to help.

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    I've neglected you guys for too long...
    Here is a Visoflex/TE 135 shot for spring...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
    I've neglected you guys for too long...
    Here is a Visoflex/TE 135 shot for spring...
    Gorgeous. That says Spring, alright.

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    Spring? Hah. My backyard still looks like Jono's beautiful photo (minus the mountain and the dramatic sky). But I will offer this recycled shot from last year, this time in B&W.

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    Spring? Hah. My backyard still looks like Jono's beautiful photo (minus the mountain and the dramatic sky). But I will offer this recycled shot from last year, this time in B&W.
    Wonderful shot, Tim. What were you using here?

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    My grandniece, from a family gathering this evening.

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    Thanks Lloyd. 75 'lux.

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    Lloyd - great family shots - your co-grandfather looks about as grainy as I feel
    Tim - great flower shot with the lux
    Helen - that place looks right up my street, wonderful.

    Here are a couple of the col de Petit St Barnard
    terrifying using an M8 on that ski lift. . . . incidentally, all these 28 'cron shots are WITHOUT any lens shade (I left it at home).





    Lunch Time (with the 75 'cron)


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    Re: More and more fun with M8 images

    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    Aren't your two shots the same long narrow valley from its two ends, or from the middle looking in the two directions? The rock formations in each shot have the same geological style to them. Plus I rememer the long nearly horizontal lift that appears in the first one.

    Anyway, I think I prefer these two panoramas to this bravura exercise, and the equipment cost involved was as much as 1/10 of the other. An even bigger ratio if you add in the cost of getting to the scene. Ah, that economical pocket Leica approach!

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    I'm afraid the link didn't work, but I'm aware of the trip. I simply don't have the patience to do these things 'properly', and anyway, the idea of carrying a tripod when skiing is not one I find attractive! Perhaps the casual approach gives a casual feel?

    The other panorama is actually in the next valley, but similar places

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    Took a walk around the neighborhood yesterday afternoon. This little neighbor girl is actually named after my daughter, and is experiencing her first Spring - being outside and walking around.

    All shot with the 50 lux pre-asph.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
    I've neglected you guys for too long...
    Here is a Visoflex/TE 135 shot for spring...
    Good to see you back here! What a wonderful shot - gets me in the mood to go out and shoot some Spring flowers.
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    I should go here more often.... or maybe not. I just get envious

    Jono and Mike, fantastic landscapes

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    Not much new lately as I have been busy with some family stuff, but here is one from yesterday...

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    Hi Steve,

    Your image doesn't show up for me... just a small box with an "x' (appears to be a broken link or something).

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    Hmmm, that is weird. I used the insert image button, pasted the URL of a pbase image and it does not seem to want to work. Is there an easier way to insert an image? When I use the attachment it seems to mess with the image in a bad way. Maybe I will try Zenfolio..
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    Lets try this...

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    Nice light Hank -- especially that first one. Really effective shots...it is hard to get good lighting in a place where people work. So often it is fluorescent hell...this looks like he was in a dark workshop with a window casting a ray of light just at the right place.
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    Lets try this...

    Nice, Steve. I like your conversion too. Well done.

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    Thanks Lloyd!
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    A little local color. Spotted on the way to an appointment this am. It's available, if you're looking.

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    Mike H. love your 50 Pre-Lux shots, that sharp/soft "look" is just so appealing.

    Shows off why so many people consider it a must have lens.

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    My grandniece, from a family gathering this evening.

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    Wow! Very nice!

    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    Lets try this...

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    An unexpected moving moment at the local Zoo today.

    M8 + 50 lux pre-ASPH


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    More M8.2 and 24 lux wide open...

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    M8 + Elmarit-M 2.8 / 28 ASPH
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    Quote Originally Posted by markwon View Post
    An unexpected moving moment at the local Zoo today.

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    Amazing image, Mark. Decisive moment for sure.

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    More M8.2 and 24 lux wide open...
    Great stuff. Lusting after that sweet glass for sure. (Now if I could just use it as well as you!! )

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    M8 + Elmarit-M 2.8 / 28 ASPH
    Glorious!!

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    SteveM8: lovely Shot & Processing

    Riccis: Quits FAB music series...LOVE the Processing / GREAT 'look'

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    Amazing image, Mark. Decisive moment for sure.
    Thanks for the comment Lloyd.

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    More M8.2 and 24 lux wide open...
    Riccis - I love these shots! Great mood, and nice processing.
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    Geoff - great shot. Very nicely composed.
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    Grocery Shopping......
    auto WB/160iso /50 lux
    Thought auto WB did Quite well considering all the harsh & ugly lighting
    The Flourescent ^ Tungsten settings were obviously too blue

    IT Captured the Commercial Value of these Produts ...

    Perhaps I should go into 'POP' photography....
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    Grocery Shopping......
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    Thought auto WB did Quite well considering all the harsh & ugly lighting
    IT Captured the Commercial Value of these Produts ...

    Perhaps I should go into 'POP' photography....
    Looks like a career path to me!!

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    Just back from France

    This was our lunch today with our son's girlfriend's parents.
    foie gras
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    perch
    it was fabulous and a real treat

    The view is over the Isère valley from Villeray to Les Arcs.
    The little church is just below the garden where we were eating.

    A Lunch with a View in fact!





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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Grocery Shopping......
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    The Flourescent ^ Tungsten settings were obviously too blue

    IT Captured the Commercial Value of these Produts ...

    Perhaps I should go into 'POP' photography....
    nasty harsh lighting is the only time I use AWB - I think it does a good job then.

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    An unexpected moving moment at the local Zoo today.

    M8 + 50 lux pre-ASPH

    Mark - that is completely splendid

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Just back from France

    This was our lunch today with our son's girlfriend's parents.
    foie gras
    coquille st jacques on the barbeque
    perch
    it was fabulous and a real treat

    The view is over the Isère valley from Villeray to Les Arcs.
    The little church is just below the garden where we were eating.

    A Lunch with a View in fact!
    The food looks good, the company wonderful, and that third image... well, splendid does seem like the word.

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    From some weeks ago:

    Leidsegracht, Amsterdam. Around 15 photos with M8 with 24mm Elmarit, handheld.



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    Jono,
    Your photos must be good. They make me want to go to where the snow is...

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