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

    Thanks for the earlier comment, Lloyd.

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    Here's another one from the St. Louis Cemetery No. 1.



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    One of the joys of shooting with the M8 is the size ... especially while traveling. I was able to shoot this one in a rainstorm with one hand while holding an umbrella with the other. This is from Aalesund, Norway with the 21lux.

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    With the first one, I was trying to blend in the downtown buildings. With the second, I thought the subtle colors were unusual.

    I read a few days later that it's not a good idea to be in this cemetery alone with an expensive camera.






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    You never know who you might run into at a tradeshow.



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

    Quote Originally Posted by John Black View Post
    Several from today with a new-to-me Leica 90mm Summicron; last version prior to the APO, E55 thread.

    wow - i love this

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Black View Post
    Several from today with a new-to-me Leica 90mm Summicron; last version prior to the APO, E55 thread.
    These are nothing short of spectacular. And that first one... just wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    With the first one, I was trying to blend in the downtown buildings. With the second, I thought the subtle colors were unusual.

    I read a few days later that it's not a good idea to be in this cemetery alone with an expensive camera.


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    An impressive series, David. Nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    One of the joys of shooting with the M8 is the size ... especially while traveling. I was able to shoot this one in a rainstorm with one hand while holding an umbrella with the other. This is from Aalesund, Norway with the 21lux.

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    Beautiful image, Kurt. I'll bet that diminutive 21 Lux made the one-hand shooting all the easier, eh?

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    You guys are just encouraging me! One more little variant and then I'll move on. Thanks!
    Oh yeah... that's what I'm talkin' about!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
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    Wow. I really, really love this one Endre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Hello all!
    Just back from two sunny, windy, foggy, crystal clear, rainy, warm, chilly weeks in the mountains. This from the first afternoon, the dog and yours truly getting the car stiffness out of our feet to one of our favourite spots.
    M8, ZM 4,5/21 (love that piece of glass )
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    btw; my mac is at the doctorŽs so didnŽt have access to my usual bw-converter. This is CS2.
    Beautiful, clear images. And an impressive b/w conversion. So nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow. I really, really love this one Endre.
    glad you liked it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Balloon man. Sobering times ... sobering fate.
    Hey - thatŽs Oslo! Right!?? Great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    An impressive series, David. Nicely done.
    Thanks, Lloyd. This was the first time I was able to use the Leica in about six weeks (work and family obligations), so it was a special treat to take it to New Orleans. Only snag there was the humidity. It can be brutal in August.













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    Another shot from the New Orleans trip. This is the St. Louis Cathedral. Its construction dates back to 1789. Used the 18mm Super-Elmar on this one.



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    Thanks guys. That structure is where the band leader stands while director the high school's marching band (or whatever they are called these days). Ironically, I popped that one off while getting into the car to go home since the light was just about gone. In terms of focusing, this 90mm 'Cron seems more forgiving when it comes to focusing. I hope to get some portraits with it today; meanwhile, some from last night's testing -

    @ F2


    @ F2.8


    Probably F5.6


    @ F2

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    A quiet moment at the SIGGRAPH conference.



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    ~ got bored, giant poppy seedpods (i think) ~
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    More images from the New Orleans cemeteries (St. Louis #1 and St. Louis #2).



















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    Quote Originally Posted by John Black View Post
    Thanks guys. That structure is where the band leader stands while director the high school's marching band (or whatever they are called these days). Ironically, I popped that one off while getting into the car to go home since the light was just about gone. In terms of focusing, this 90mm 'Cron seems more forgiving when it comes to focusing. I hope to get some portraits with it today; meanwhile, some from last night's testing -
    M R some beautiful images. S M R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    More images from the New Orleans cemeteries (St. Louis #1 and St. Louis #2).
    This whole NO series has be really awesome David. Nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    ~ got bored, giant poppy seedpods (i think) ~
    | apo-macro-elmarit-r 1:2.8/100 | apo-extender-2x | visoflex3 | m8 |
    Wow. What an amazing still life.

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    As always, I've very much enjoyed everyones posted images. I humbly summit a couple of mine shot over the last couple weeks. 1st one (color) with 90mm apo and 2nd one (B&W) with CV 15mm M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennB View Post
    As always, I've very much enjoyed everyones posted images. I humbly summit a couple of mine shot over the last couple weeks. 1st one (color) with 90mm apo and 2nd one (B&W) with CV 15mm M.
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    Very very nice, Glenn. I really like the warm color and the reflections in the first. The second is just, well... awesome. Well done.

    Is that the new CV 15?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennB View Post
    As always, I've very much enjoyed everyones posted images. I humbly summit a couple of mine shot over the last couple weeks. 1st one (color) with 90mm apo and 2nd one (B&W) with CV 15mm M.
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    Excellent images with a strong sense of space. The first looks almost like a Magritte painting.

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    Tree Huggers.

    My goofy relatives. In grandma's yard (it took six of them to reach around, and there are two others there just as large, or larger).

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    Tree Huggers.

    My goofy relatives. In grandma's yard (it took six of them to reach around, and there are two others there just as large, or larger).

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    Hello Lloyd,
    It's a wonderful image of a large tree together with six of your relatives. The large tree looks like one of the major pillars in your grandma's place. I love the texture of the bark and the feelig of togetherness symbolized by tree hugging! All the best, Leica 77

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    Is that the new CV 15?
    Yes sir, its the new M mount CV15. This lens is very good IMHO.
    Thank you both for the compliments!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennB View Post
    As always, I've very much enjoyed everyones posted images. I humbly summit a couple of mine shot over the last couple weeks. 1st one (color) with 90mm apo and 2nd one (B&W) with CV 15mm M.
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    Beautiful images, GlennB! I like both of them. Best regards, Leica 77

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    Job hunting.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
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    nice, i like it

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    Hard headed goatee-gentlemen ...
    M8, 4,5/21, Aperture/Silver Efex Pro
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    What a perfect life - born stupid and endlessly curious!
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    Leif, fun shots.

    But certainly you know that the life a wandering cow must have more advantages.

    Endless posing for photos ....

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    And, the opportunity to gather in herds to take over the nearest garbage dump.

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    Kurt, I really like that brown cow!

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    I showed up for a volunteer orientation meeting tonight and decided to try the M8 at 1250, jpeg-fine. These two are straight out of C-1. 28 Cron at 2.8. I keep forgetting about the camera's abilities to do this. And by the way, I have no illusions about these shots as anything other than an example of a decent B&W at higher ISO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I showed up for a volunteer orientation meeting tonight and decided to try the M8 at 1250, jpeg-fine. These two are straight out of C-1. 28 Cron at 2.8. I keep forgetting about the camera's abilities to do this. And by the way, I have no illusions about these shots as anything other than an example of a decent B&W at higher ISO.

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    Those really are some impressive results at that ISO. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    What a perfect life - born stupid and endlessly curious!
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    That really cracks me up, Leif. "Born stupid..." My new mantra.

    Great shots, btw.

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    Leif, fun shots.

    But certainly you know that the life a wandering cow must have more advantages.

    Endless posing for photos ....
    I'm with Tim, this is a great shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    And, the opportunity to gather in herds to take over the nearest garbage dump.

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    No wonder the milk tastes funny! And; that brown cow and its environment looks oddly Norwegian to me: (?)
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    Thanks Tim, Lloyd and Leif.

    Leif, the brown cow should look Norwegian, because it is (along with the herd of dumpster divers in the other image). Both shots were taken near Gola last month.

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    Hahh! Call me the cow connoisseur! And; some respect would be fine!
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    A ceiling shot from the St. Louis cathedral in New Orleans. I didn't really get a good look at it until I processed the photo (had to brighten it up a bit).



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    Two more New Orleans cemetery shots, both with the 28 cron.






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    David, I like all your pictures of the cementary. Are you using only the 18 & 28/2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gero View Post
    David, I like all your pictures of the cementary. Are you using only the 18 & 28/2?
    Those were the two lenses I used for the cemetery shots. On Sunday, I visited St. Louis #1 with the 28, and then visited St. Louis #2 on Monday with the 18. Most of the 18mm photos came out too-wide-angle (the monuments becoming more triangular than would seem natural). Consequently, most of the keepers are with the 28.

    I recently purchased a third lens, a 50 lux, which I used around the convention center where I assumed there would be less light, and subjects would be further away. The Pixar recruiting photo was with the 50 lux.

    I'm not comfortable changing lenses on-the-go (dust worries). I tend to put a lens on the camera and leave it on all day. Then again, I'm new at this and still finding my way.



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    Hi All,

    Wow, well you have all been very busy!

    What a nice load of images!

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