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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Only if you are looking down on the green side LOL

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    Very funny and relevant point, Woody.

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    Noctilux for Christmas....

    Snow Flake
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    Mirrored Christmas Tree

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    Arches...

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    Dragon's Egg

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    Re: Fun time / M8 images

    35 Lux iso 1250
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    I like these -- the more I see B&W images, the better I like the look!
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    I reworked some of my Eurotrip photos with the JFI B&W profiles and love the results. Here's a couple of my favorites:

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    those are great Maggie!!
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    m8...cv15
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    one with a little color


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    Re: Fun time / M8 images

    One from a different thread with the M8 and Nocti in the snow and cold ... at f1, of course.

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    Last edited by KurtKamka; 9th June 2008 at 11:59.

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    Thanks, Mike!

    I like what you do with the 15!

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    Back Light



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    Snow today.






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    Re: Fun time / M8 images

    man I love the snow pics.....kurt, the nocti makes a dream like picture I love it....
    maggie you must live close, there is snow all around me but not here yet...
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    I'm in Lincoln, Nebraska, Mike.

    Today was just about the best snow you could ask for- not too much and just the right amount of moisture.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mwalker View Post
    35 Lux iso 1250
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    I like this one a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I reworked some of my Eurotrip photos with the JFI B&W profiles and love the results. Here's a couple of my favorites:
    Maggie:

    What do the JFI profiles do for you? Do they make it much easier to get the look you want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch Alland View Post
    Maggie:

    What do the JFI profiles do for you? Do they make it much easier to get the look you want?

    —Mitch/Bangkok
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    I'm using the JFI B&W films profiles with C1 LE, and I must say they really are stellar. I'm especially taken with the Agfa profiles- I'm able to get those gorgeous Agfa midtones with very little tweaking. The JFI profiles really are a boon, especially with the M8.

    Here's a set of photos from Europe that I revisited with the JFI profiles. I used the Agfapan 200 profile for the B&W.

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    Re: Fun time / M8 images

    One more 35 LUX


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    little B&W
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    Re: Fun time / M8 images

    I keep going back and forth between Color and Black+White with the M8. I tend to shoot most often in lowlight situations and to date I'm super happy with the noise/grain that the M8 produces. Most of these were shot with either the 28 Elmarit or the Summicron (I upgraded for the extra stop a month or so ago).

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    Wow... So many great images posted, I don't know where to start!

    Kurt: LOVE that composition. Every time I see a shot like that I change my mind about selling my Nocti

    Maggie: I really like the bench shot a lot, but what is the reflection?

    Mike: Superb composition and subject for B&W

    Guy: Where on earth did you find that car? AWESOME subject...

    Chris: The second image with the man on the stairway is outstanding -- well done!

    Awesome additions all,
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    Chris, I absolutely love that last photo of the liquor store lovers!

    Jack, I reckon the reflection is from a window somewhere close.

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    Thanks guys! I've been lurking here and on "the other forum" for quite sometime. This seems to be a pretty supportive and collaborative community. Every time I stop in for a look there seems to be either images that inspire me, or conversations that are helpful. Looking forward to seeing lots more of everyones work.

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    Magwa?

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    Eucharistic Ministers - my new old 1970 50mm Summicron ISO640, f/2.8, 1/90 and done in B&W because I don't have my filter yet and her coat and cap were black not purple.

    Last edited by johnastovall; 16th December 2007 at 10:45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paralx View Post
    This seems to be a pretty supportive and collaborative community. Every time I stop in for a look there seems to be either images that inspire me, or conversations that are helpful.
    Glad to hear you confirm this --- it was our primary goal when we built the site
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    I tried to take a look at the bigger version of John's photo, just above, and got this:

    Maggie O, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:

    Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I tried to take a look at the bigger version of John's photo, just above, and got this:
    That was happening before when I use the BB image code from my subscription gallery.

    I've just put a direct link in and that now has it full size.

    Maybe the forum masters can see what's going on.

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    Chickasaw or Shawnee I don't remember which....

    John that image looks 3D its stunning
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    I was at a Christmas party last night and caught this one when a guest picked up the hostesses dog.

    This was shot with the Noctilux at f1.2 and 640iso.


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    Cute! Is that a Maltese?

    Scooter looks to see who's posting after us:


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    Quote Originally Posted by johnastovall View Post
    That was happening before when I use the BB image code from my subscription gallery.

    I've just put a direct link in and that now has it full size.

    Maybe the forum masters can see what's going on.
    John:

    My apologies as there was a setting off for a few accounts and yours was one of them. I have reset those accounts so they should all work fine now. Again, sorry for ot catching it earlier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Cute! Is that a Maltese?
    It was a Coton De Tulear and the hosts have two.

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    75 lux wide open image from lunchtime today. Lily pond at Wailea Marriott.

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    Last edited by JWW; 28th March 2012 at 16:42.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paralx View Post
    Thanks guys! I've been lurking here and on "the other forum" for quite sometime. This seems to be a pretty supportive and collaborative community. Every time I stop in for a look there seems to be either images that inspire me, or conversations that are helpful. Looking forward to seeing lots more of everyones work.
    Exactly what we want to hear. Thanks Guy
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    Doc's Soda Shop, 6am



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    BTW folks Tony Rose is in the house, the owner of Popflash . So as we grow we are seeing more company reps, camera dealers and others in the industry. This is very beneficial to the growth of GetDPI forums and workshops. And the bottom line it is helpful to you our members.
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    Tony is a jewel. I spoke to him yesterday and got my two 37mm cut filters right on their way.

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    Yes he is and between Popflash with Tony and David at Dale we not only cover both coasts there both damn good dealers to work with . They both have taken a few of my dollars.
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    The best dressed desks are wearing mustard and Turner's Yellow:


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    Maggie, what's the viewfinder on that M8?
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    It's a CV 28mm, for use with the CV 21mm Skopar.

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    Looks like a CV 35 nokton 1.2 on the right in the background?

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    It's the CV Ultron 35mm. Fantastic lens, BTW.

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    love this camera


















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    Hello everyone!
    other fun images with an 70 yaears old Summar f2 taken at the flea market here i Venice
    M8 50 Summar at f.2 320 iso

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    Jim: Really like #2! Was that the 15 CV?
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