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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I use "Export" in Lightroom, and set the image size to 875 x 875, so it's never larger than that, but may be less. (The forum will not allow images over 900 on a side anyway, and resizes images that are larger.) When I'm in CS4, I either use Image Processor to do the same thing, or run an action I wrote that does so.
    Thanks Lloyd. Will try that next time.

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    Helen - I am not doing any of my signature post-processing to the images (just straight RAW conversions and color balance) since I don't want anyone to pick up my images and start any "M9 IQ sucks" threads. They are indeed very sharp but at the same time very pleasing.

    JSK - Thanks!

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    these are great!! i am locking up my credit cards--the M9 is SO tempting...

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    My M9 is still in Leica's hands, due to the lines on the sensor, but I played around with a couple of shots made at high ISO (2500), just to see how they look in b/w. I really like the grain here. (btw, these are crops to give a closer look at the grain.)

    Both shot with the 75 lux wide open:

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    Really nice, Riccis!

    Lloyd, ISO 2500 on the M9 looks very, very useable.

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    WOW. The airport shots look very three dimensional from where I'm sitting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My M9 is still in Leica's hands, due to the lines on the sensor, but I played around with a couple of shots made at high ISO (2500), just to see how they look in b/w. I really like the grain here. (btw, these are crops to give a closer look at the grain.)

    Both shot with the 75 lux wide open:

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    Hey Lloyd,

    Very nice tones and very little noise to my eye. If I could have gotten that quality back when I was pushing HP5 to 1600 I'd have been ecstatic !
    Sorry to hear your M9 is not back in your hands yet.
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    [QUOTE=Riccis;135030]Helen - I am not doing any of my signature post-processing to the images (just straight RAW conversions and color balance) since I don't want anyone to pick up my images and start any "M9 IQ sucks" threads. They are indeed very sharp but at the same time very pleasing.

    LOL ...."M9 IQ sucks"...
    Thanks RICCIS for your Reply.
    I don't see how anyone can BASH these Photos...
    they are ASTOUNDINGLY Beautiful


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    Loyd, does look really nice. I never had a problem with the iso of the M8 & when I look at those pictures I think I will use more high iso. The trick in your shots is that the grane in the shadows work well with the texture of the skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennB View Post
    Hey Lloyd,

    Very nice tones and very little noise to my eye. If I could have gotten that quality back when I was pushing HP5 to 1600 I'd have been ecstatic !
    Sorry to hear your M9 is not back in your hands yet.
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    I know just what you mean, GlennB. I would have been as well.

    As for the M9, I've pretty much decided to hold off for a while... see how things shake out. "Once bitten, twice shy", I guess. I'm still very happy with my M8, and as much as I love the changes (most of them) in the M9, I really see it more as an evolution of the M8... nothing groundbreaking/earthshaking really... so, nice to have, but nothing I can't live without... at least for a while. We'll see.

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    Can't let the M8 images thread sink to the bottom as the M9 gets all the platitudes ... so here are a few from earlier in the summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Can't let the M8 images thread sink to the bottom as the M9 gets all the platitudes ... so here are a few from earlier in the summer.

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    I agree completely, Kurt. Very nice stuff. Is that Alaska?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Can't let the M8 images thread sink to the bottom as the M9 gets all the platitudes ... so here are a few from earlier in the summer.

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    Very nice Kurt!!

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    Can't let the M8 images thread sink to the bottom as the M9 gets all the platitudes ... so here are a few from earlier in the summer.
    Those are excellent, Kurt.

    Here's my contribution to keeping the thread alive. A shot of Central Park from the flight back last week (28 cron), and the George M. Cohan statue in Times Square (50 lux... somehow expected it to look like Jimmy Cagney)






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    @ Kurt: You are absolutely right - I will never forget the M8 - The first one is wonderful

    @ DavidE: The first one is nice - reminds me of the old style of B / W Photography, the second I like extremely well


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    Quote Originally Posted by f 1,0 View Post
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    f 1,0: I really like the yawning (laughing?) dog photo. Not sure why, but the thin depth of field works especially well there.

    Two more from Times Square using the 18mm. Experimenting with color processing -- I figure it's the best way to learn.






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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    f 1,0: I really like the gnarly (chewing? laughing?) dog photo. Not sure why, but the thin depth of field works especially well there.

    Two more from Times Square using the 18mm. Experimenting with color processing -- I figure it's the best way to learn.
    These are both great, David. And I really like your processing.

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    I know just what you mean, GlennB. I would have been as well.

    As for the M9, I've pretty much decided to hold off for a while... see how things shake out. "Once bitten, twice shy", I guess. I'm still very happy with my M8, and as much as I love the changes (most of them) in the M9, I really see it more as an evolution of the M8... nothing groundbreaking/earthshaking really... so, nice to have, but nothing I can't live without... at least for a while. We'll see.
    i have to say that for me going from not full size sensor to full size is groundbreaking. As I shot 135 & 120 film for 15 years before going digital in the last five I have always had a hard time with the sensors that are not full size.
    I assumed it was the same for most who came from film... that it was an age thing. But I am probably wrong about that ;-)

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    I hope I can add some decent shots to this over the weekend. I will be testing and doing a paying gig with the M9 and test shots are not going to cut it so hopefully I can get out and actually shoot for me and get something worthwhile to post on this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexanderruas View Post
    i have to say that for me going from not full size sensor to full size is groundbreaking. As I shot 135 & 120 film for 15 years before going digital in the last five I have always had a hard time with the sensors that are not full size.
    I assumed it was the same for most who came from film... that it was an age thing. But I am probably wrong about that ;-)
    I have to say it is groundbreaking for me too. I come from digital(small sensor),digital(M8) and just to have the chance to use the lenses ff is gb. The only thing that makes me be patient (apart from$) is that I am enjoing film M allot)

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    I came across this peculiar-shaped ship last month. Does anyone have an idea of what kind of vessel it is?
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    I hope I can add some decent shots to this over the weekend. I will be testing and doing a paying gig with the M9 and test shots are not going to cut it so hopefully I can get out and actually shoot for me and get something worthwhile to post on this thread.
    FedEx just delivered. Loaded the new firmware and, as promised, took forum member David Bogdan to lunch and a beer for helping me with my A900.

    No art, just some first snaps as we enjoyed some Brewskis, sliders and great conversation.

    Will get serious with the M9 later ... I'm interested in how ISO 800 and 1000 works when the light gets lower.

    These were with the 28/2 ASPH and 50/1.4 ASPH @ ISO 200. Seems promising.

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    I don't really know, but it just looks like a container ship that is not carrying regular containers. The things it is carrying look like the cranes they use to remove containers at ports. So maybe it is moving some of those, or maybe it is some sort of construction vessel, like for building oil platforms. It is quite a striking shape though, isn't it?
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    I came across this peculiar-shaped ship last month. Does anyone have an idea of what kind of vessel it is?
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    That is a strange one. I've never seen one like it before.

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    Hi There
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    An Irish read at an Irish pub in Soho (London) ... M8, ZM 4,5/21 Silver Efex Pro
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    An Irish read at an Irish pub in Soho (London) ... M8, ZM 4,5/21 Silver Efex Pro
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    That is another truly wonderful image, Leif. The b/w is simply perfect.

    (Don't get this guys after you by posting a lowly M8 image in the M9 thread Just say is an M9 shot, and no one will be the wiser. )

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    Lovely shot, and moment.

    Jono, I suspect at some point (don't know if you've seen the trials and tribulations I had with my M9, which is now back in Leica's hands), but it may take me a while to come back around.

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    Here are a couple from last fall in Vegas


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    Here are a couple from last fall in Vegas
    Good stuff. That second one is a classic.

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    Riccis you are making that thing sing. Nice work
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    Some shots with a few friends...




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    Thanks for the nice comments ... Lloyd, JSK, David and f,1.

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    You guys are killing me. Great images here.

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    I don't see how anyone can BASH these Photos...
    they are ASTOUNDINGLY Beautiful
    They are great-looking, but I have to admit that I don't see anything particularly "Leica-ish" about any of them... at least, not that can be seen looking at web-size images on a monitor. There are images on other forae, made with other cameras, that have just much depth, sharpness, blackness, richness, roundness, and [insert other subjective value here.]

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    They are great-looking, but I have to admit that I don't see anything particularly "Leica-ish" about any of them....
    Perhaps if you could explain what that is we could all help you look but personally I think its something that comes with film and a few select images by a few select photographers with a commonality of purpose and view.
    This has been exploited by leica for decades,quite rightly,but I fear in this digital world we are left with a beautiful camera that doesnt blink.If you want the leica look then "look " inside not outside.

    I think I should add that while the leica look is inextricably linked to film Im sure that leica and its new and old users will eventually find a new look from the digital cameras which is maybe what its about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nei1 View Post
    .. a few select images by a few select photographers with a commonality of purpose and view.
    This has been exploited by leica for decades,quite rightly,..
    That part resonates with me and I agree with it.

    (I would personally leave the film/digital out of the equation)

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    An Irish read at an Irish pub in Soho (London) ... M8, ZM 4,5/21 Silver Efex Pro
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    You know what, Leif, I've been back to look at this image a number of times, and it continues to grow on me. First off, the b/w is simply stunning, but the other elements of the shot are so, so good. I love the texture of the wood, etc., and the framing and composition. But the movement outside the window really adds so wonderfully to the image. Just a great shot all around.

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    These are both great, David. And I really like your processing.
    Thanks, Lloyd. Sometimes it seems as though there's something in an image, but you have to experiment with the processing in order to understand what it is (if that makes sense).

    Here are two more from NYC with the experimental color processing and one with traditional b&w processing. The color ones were the 18mm, and the black-and-white one was the 28 cron.









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    Thanks, Lloyd. Sometimes it seems as though there's something in an image, but you have to experiment with the processing in order to understand what it is (if that makes sense).

    Here are two more from NYC with the experimental color processing and one with traditional b&w processing. The color ones were the 18mm, and the black-and-white one was the 28 cron.
    These are very nice, David. I like the color processing very much.

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    I did my first 'serious' photography with the M9 today, using a CV 35mm f1.7 Ultron. I needed some shots of an enthusiast's special, which ran from Didcot to Blaenau Ffestiniog, for the FR Magazine. The weather was fairly overcast with occasional weak sun and I found I needed about a +2/3 increase in exposure to get detail in the shadows. I 'developed' the RAW images in Lightroom and found the resulting colour rendition to be very neutral. It reminds me of the results I used to get with Kodachrome 200.

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    Here is one from a test I gave it some juice though
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    More mojo . I like these two shots
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