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    One more quick snap from the Sonnar today...1.5

    really nice shots with the sonnar!
    how did you process these two pics of your son?

    keep ut the good work!

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    Leica M8, Summarit 2,5/35mm, ISO 160, no Flash,
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    M8 5,6/12 @ 8
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    M8 5,6/12 @ 8
    Oooh I like that one - excellent (presumably its with the CV 12mm?)

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    Oooh I like that one - excellent (presumably its with the CV 12mm?)
    Thanks Jono, you┤re right - it┤s the CV 12mm - for me a must have lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by f 1,0 View Post
    Thanks Jono, you┤re right - it┤s the CV 12mm - for me a must have lens
    I'd love one, but I already have the 15, and going for the 12 seems a bit extravagant!

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    The other side of the Zeiss f1.5 50mm sonnar

    Hi there - Steve's been showing what it's like wide open.

    Here's what you get when you stop it down:



    with 100% crop



    It's truly two lenses in one.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    here's a couple from after the rain with my lovely 75 'cron:





    and another with the zeiss 50 sonnar:


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    Hey Jono..I agree, the Sonnar IS like two lenses in one

    Also, great shots there with the 75. That lens is superb!
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    Wow, this thread has the best images on the site! (ok, that's just my opinion, no offense meant to any other thread or camera system). Thanks to everyone who posts, they are all an inspiration.

    This with the 28 cron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Wow, this thread has the best images on the site! (ok, that's just my opinion, no offense meant to any other thread or camera system). Thanks to everyone who posts, they are all an inspiration.

    This with the 28 cron.

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    Your picture is lovely . . . surely this isn't on your farm too?

    Very nice.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    Hey Jono..I agree, the Sonnar IS like two lenses in one

    Also, great shots there with the 75. That lens is superb!
    Thank you Steve
    the 75 is still my favorite, it's fairly small, it's as sharp as a pin, has nice bokeh, focuses closer than anything except the 90 macro (and that's not too different).

    I do understand the attractions of the lux, but I wouldn't swap

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Wow, this thread has the best images on the site! (ok, that's just my opinion, no offense meant to any other thread or camera system). Thanks to everyone who posts, they are all an inspiration.

    This with the 28 cron.

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    I have to agree, Tim. Lots of good ones in other threads, but this one... something special. As this image of yours amply attests!

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    Two more "plane views" with the 18mm.







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    And one more from the Adventuredome with the 28 cron.



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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

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    Your picture is lovely . . . surely this isn't on your farm too?

    Very nice.
    Thanks Jono. And no, not on my place. In fact, it's as about as far from my place as one can get. Which feels alright every once in awhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Thanks Jono. And no, not on my place. In fact, it's as about as far from my place as one can get.
    Ah - it must be close to my place then

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    Wow, this thread has the best images on the site! (ok, that's just my opinion, no offense meant to any other thread or camera system). Thanks to everyone who posts, they are all an inspiration.

    This with the 28 cron.

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    A Dog Story...

    Was out playing some B-Ball with my son when a stray dog walked up to us panting heavily and crying. She was a very friendly dog and seemed to take to my son a bit. I went in the house and got her some food and water, as well as my M8.2 and Zeiss Sonnar..



    after she drank down a whole bowl of water she ran up to my son and licked his cheek, and this was caught right after though its a bit OOF...



    She seemed to appreciate the food and water and after two bowls of food and THREE bowls of water she seemed much better though she still was out of breath a bit..



    The dog started to walk away down the street and my son yelled out to get her to come back. She did and he said his goodbye and she left...



    I was going to try and keep her in the garage for the night to see if I could find the owner but she was intent on hitting the road...

    Anyway, love the way the sonnar rendered these images. I also did some side by side shooting on a tripod today with the 50 Lux ASPH and have some VERY interesting results....

    I will post those results on my site in a week or two. BTW, today I posted the 90 Cron APO review. Thanks for looking!
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    A Dog Story...

    Was out playing some B-Ball with my son when a stray dog walked up to us panting heavily and crying. She was a very friendly dog and seemed to take to my son a bit. I went in the house and got her some food and water, as well as my M8.2 and Zeiss Sonnar..

    Anyway, love the way the sonnar rendered these images. I also did some side by side shooting on a tripod today with the 50 Lux ASPH and have some VERY interesting results....

    I will post those results on my site in a week or two. BTW, today I posted the 90 Cron APO review. Thanks for looking!
    Nice story, great shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Wow, this thread has the best images on the site! (ok, that's just my opinion, no offense meant to any other thread or camera system). Thanks to everyone who posts, they are all an inspiration.

    This with the 28 cron.

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    I have to agree; there are unusually many good photos on this thread. The question is: Will I become a better photographer if I buy a Leica, or do I have to become a better photographer to buy one

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    well you are already a kick *** photographer, I think it means you have to have less money to own a leica...lol

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    The question is: Will I become a better photographer if I buy a Leica, or do I have to become a better photographer to buy one
    Jorgen - What will happen if you buy a Leica and start posting on this thread is that the rest of us will become better photographers because you will show us what can be done with it from your unique perspective!!!

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    Thank you Steve
    the 75 is still my favorite, it's fairly small, it's as sharp as a pin, has nice bokeh, focuses closer than anything except the 90 macro (and that's not too different).

    I do understand the attractions of the lux, but I wouldn't swap
    i've got to stand up for my lovely Lux lest this misinformation be perpetuated again: whilst there's no denying it is a beast, it focuses just as close as the 75 Cron.

    before you cry foul, i believe early versions of this lens had the 1m limit, but it soon changed over to 0.7m -- exactly the same!

    i sometimes dream of having a tiny tele i can pop in my pocket, but every time i look at images from the Lux....

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    i've got to stand up for my lovely Lux lest this misinformation be perpetuated again: whilst there's no denying it is a beast, it focuses just as close as the 75 Cron.

    before you cry foul, i believe early versions of this lens had the 1m limit, but it soon changed over to 0.7m -- exactly the same!

    i sometimes dream of having a tiny tele i can pop in my pocket, but every time i look at images from the Lux....
    HI Cam
    Sorry, I wasn't clear enough. By focusing down to .7 metre (same as 50 lux of course, as you so rightly point out) as it is a longer focal length, that means that it has a higher magnification (only a bit of course, but noticeable)

    Highest magnification on the lux is: 1:11.3
    on the 75 'cron it is: 1:7
    on the 90 macro elmar it is: 1:6.7 (with LEICAMACRO-ADAPTER-M: 1:3)


    The only irritation with the zeiss sonnar (for me) is the 1 metre closest focusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    HI Cam
    Sorry, I wasn't clear enough. By focusing down to .7 metre (same as 50 lux of course, as you so rightly point out) as it is a longer focal length, that means that it has a higher magnification (only a bit of course, but noticeable)

    Highest magnification on the lux is: 1:11.3
    on the 75 'cron it is: 1:7
    on the 90 macro elmar it is: 1:6.7 (with LEICAMACRO-ADAPTER-M: 1:3)


    The only irritation with the zeiss sonnar (for me) is the 1 metre closest focusing.
    i'm talking about the 75 Lux -- 1:8, not so far behind his little brother as is commonly portrayed....

    regarding the Sonnar, i agree completely. and the Nocti, too. gorgeous rendering, but the nearest close focusing always frustrates me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cam View Post
    i'm talking about the 75 Lux -- 1:8, not so far behind his little brother as is commonly portrayed....

    regarding the Sonnar, i agree completely. and the Nocti, too. gorgeous rendering, but the nearest close focusing always frustrates me!
    I'm still not listening to you properly Cam - I'm really sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I have to agree; there are unusually many good photos on this thread. The question is: Will I become a better photographer if I buy a Leica, or do I have to become a better photographer to buy one
    I'm guessing that your excellent style and unique vision would be just as evident if you were forced to shoot with a Leica. Your success seems to come in spite of whatever equipment you use rather than because of it. I always enjoy your images and so from a purely selfish standpoint, I urge you to simply keep doing what you're doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I'm guessing that your excellent style and unique vision would be just as evident if you were forced to shoot with a Leica. Your success seems to come in spite of whatever equipment you use rather than because of it. I always enjoy your images and so from a purely selfish standpoint, I urge you to simply keep doing what you're doing.

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    Oops. Sorry, it's a beautiful morning and my dog just did something funny so I was feeling munificent (no, that's not my wife's name). How does one un-pander?

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    This is sort of a "Rayon purse from a sow's ear." Not much of a shot, but I do like the clouds and rocks. The 28 cron again.

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    Trees and clouds with the 28 cron.

    We have a gap in our wooded yard that creates a circle for the sunlight to come through. When the clouds look especially interesting I hang out of a second-story window and grab some shots. It's a nice break when I have a lot of work to do.







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    More trees and clouds.






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    Well Lloyd, your fake trees are fine, and so are David's trees and clouds, but Tim, that Rayon purse is really lovely - fine sensible composition, a great black and white conversion and a seaside sparkle (that I know so well) all go together to make a great shot

    . . . .where is it?

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    I agree, Jono. First rate indeed.

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    I also agree.

    If that's Rayon, I can only imagine what silk must look like (actually I don't have to imagine, as it was Tim's fine work -- as well as Jono's, Lloyd's and others' here -- that encouraged me to buy a Leica in the first place).

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    Glad you did, David. I enjoy your images very much.

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    Glad you did, David. I enjoy your images very much.
    Absolutely - it really does seem to be about the image around here.

    We do need to persuade Jorgen to buy one though (even though he might humiliate us all).

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    Thanks for the kind words gents! I say Rayon because the original RAW file was a bit humdrum and I passed over it many times before considering a B&W version (Silk is reserved for those rare shots that tumble out seemingly without effort.) It made a difference but required a bit of post to make it happen.

    And David, how are you making your IR conversions? It makes for a very dramatic landscape. Well done!

    p.s. That's Taveuni, in the Fiji Islands.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post

    p.s. That's Taveuni, in the Fiji Islands.
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    David, how are you making your IR conversions? It makes for a very dramatic landscape. Well done!
    Thanks, Tim.

    I'm doing the conversions in Lightroom. I start by applying some settings I had stumbled upon previously. Then I change the settings until they seem to suit the image. The settings are fairly extreme -- with suped-up contrast, clarity, and blacks. It's mostly a matter of trial and error.

    These are less dramatic, less three-dimensional, more toned down (by comparison). The other processing didn't work so well with these two.






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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

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    I'm not talking to you again . . . ever
    Bummer. OK, I take it back. That's the English Channel and the landmass in the distance is the coast of France. Better now?

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

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    Thanks, Tim.


    These are less dramatic, less three-dimensional, more toned down (by comparison). The other processing didn't work so well with these two.
    Thanks for that David. I like these as well. But then I'm old fashioned.

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    Thanks for that David. I like these as well. But then I'm old fashioned.
    Turns out, I prefer the second batch. Maybe being old-fashioned is contagious.

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    Turns out, I prefer the second batch. Maybe being old-fashioned is contagious.
    I really like these versions as well. Great stuff.

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    A friend and her daughter.

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    A friend and her daughter.
    That's a terrific image, Lloyd. Great expressions on both of their faces. The lens and processing look really good too -- nice and sharp, with even gray tones.
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

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    That's a terrific image, Lloyd. Great expressions on both of their faces. The lens and processing look really good too -- nice and sharp, with even gray tones.
    Thanks David. That lens is really one of my guilty pleasures. Sharp as a tack, and cheap as dirt ($349.00, if I remember correctly). Nice bokeh too. I've though about getting another 90 AA, but 'if it ain't broke...'.

    As for the processing. It's Lightroom, with a TMax 400 preset I found online. Glad you like it.

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    Nice one Lloyd! Your found formula for Tri-X in LR works really well.

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