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    Hi Devon, thanks for the compliments.

    First shot was 3 exposures, 1/6s for the sky, 0.7s for the water and 2.8s for painting some extra detail into the rock.

    The second shot is one exposure 1.4s.

    Last one was also 3 exposures, 1/6s for the sky, 0.7s for the ocean and as a base to add vignette and colour to the closest part and 2.8s for the close part and a bit more detail under the water.

    First two shots are taken near Watermans bay and the last one just outside Mindarie, both places are in Western Australia and very easily accessible.
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    Great shots. May I ask how you put together the different exposures for shots 1 and 3.

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    Really outstanding photos in this thread! I think the M9 is a great camera for landscapes -- terrific lenses, lots of great color and detail. It is right at home. Here are a few I took on Wednesday and yesterday during a trip up north from the city.















    Just minimal post processing on these. Another reason to like the M9!
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    Great stuff, Stuart. The M9 held the dynamic range there pretty well.

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    Yes, awesome stuff Stuart, I enjoyed them!

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    Stuart - absolutely stunning landscapes!!! They look sharp with tons of details even on the web - I'm sure 100% view is amazing.

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    Stuart, my mouth waters every time I loot at your landscape shots.
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    Thank you all! All I can say is that if you have an M9 and you live in Iceland, it is pretty hard to make bad landscape shots...
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    Love everone of those images Stuart.
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    Here's a few from the past couple days...







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    Great shots. May I ask how you put together the different exposures for shots 1 and 3.

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    Manual blending with layer masks in CS4 Georg.

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    Arrived Yosemite Valley late this afternoon; these were some of the first images taken.





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    Let me say that I am impressed with the shots posted by the veterans of this forum. I am an admitted newbie and have recently been notified that a silver chrome beauty is coming my way within the next few weeks (order black, but offered silver). In any event, I was on a Leica Safari about a month ago and took a few on a loaned M9. Be gentle. Thanks and Aloha.


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    Quote Originally Posted by YamasDigital View Post
    Let me say that I am impressed with the shots posted by the veterans of this forum. I am an admitted newbie and have recently been notified that a silver chrome beauty is coming my way within the next few weeks (order black, but offered silver). In any event, I was on a Leica Safari about a month ago and took a few on a loaned M9. Be gentle. Thanks and Aloha.
    Nice pic I hope you know your M9 won't be chrome, rather silver paint .

    Congrats on the new camera and welcome to the forum!

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    A few from last week in Northern Sweden (my 2nd week with the M9. Absolutely wonderful!).

    Mainly Summicron 35 ASPH; 2 with a 2.8/90 Tele Elmarit.










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    Vackert, Per! So calm and full of winter!

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    Wonderful peaceful winter scenes, Per!

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    Thank you, Leif and Jeff!

    These were shot west of Funäsdalen, so quite close to the Norwegian border. I had planned to spend one day in Röros, but it didn´t work out (been to Röros several times before, but can´t get enough of it....).

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    Next time, Per, go to the border (Storlien) and then south - if skiing; via Blåhammarstugan to Sylstationen. Cross to the Norwegian side and see the sunrise behind Storsylen! I came from the Norwegian side a few years ago - spectacular hardly covers the sight. I did not have a camera in the rucksack!
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    Manual blending with layer masks in CS4 Georg.
    Thanks. I have to figure out how to do that.

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    A couple from today





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    I guess these are probably cityscapes ... but, Per happened to bring up Röros so I felt obligated to offer a few Röros shots with the M8 (along with a bonus Tronheim shot for good measure).

    By the way Don, your M9 shots are looking good.

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    Trondheim? What a coincidence! I was playing Empire Deluxe and just managed to conquer Trondheim
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    Beat Trondheim?? Not possible. My home town. No way.

    Edit: Nice shots, Kurt! And Per; you could of course take the trip from Röros!
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    Beautiful shots everyone! What a cool little town too -- it looks like something out of the 19th century (though it being Norway, I am sure that if you step inside one of those houses, it will be completely up to date). By the way Per, it looks like you have the same light we do at this time of year -- blue, blue, blue. It is not quite so strong right now, but back in January it was like photographing cyanotypes straight from the camera.
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    I really like your shots, Don, but I do find the copyright notice a bit distracting. I can understand the reason and the dilemma, but maybe if you posted them in a resolution that would make them less usable?
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    I really like your shots, Don, but I do find the copyright notice a bit distracting. I can understand the reason and the dilemma, but maybe if you posted them in a resolution that would make them less usable?
    That's okay, I don't like it either. I'm working a newer hopefully small and more tasteful one. I really don't want to lower the resolution any further as I feel it takes away from the image more than the copyright does.

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    Beautiful shots everyone! What a cool little town too -- it looks like something out of the 19th century (though it being Norway, I am sure that if you step inside one of those houses, it will be completely up to date). By the way Per, it looks like you have the same light we do at this time of year -- blue, blue, blue. It is not quite so strong right now, but back in January it was like photographing cyanotypes straight from the camera.
    Röros is a World Heritage IIRC, and Kurt´s images are great! I hope to go there again this summer...

    The light that day was indeed blue (shot with auto WB and not "corrected" in LR). It was the most beautiful light for the whole week, and very unlike anything we get in Stockholm... I´ve never been to Iceland, but if the light is like that, I´d certainly like to go some day!

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    It is like that in the deep winter. Here is an example from last year -- just very blue. I think it comes from the fact that the sun is often very low or completely below the horizon, so the rays of light have to travel through much more atmosphere. Or perhaps it is that the blue sky is the primary source of illumination, rather than the sun itself. I am not sure exactly how it works, but I know that when I correct for it in lightroom, the kelvin temperature has been as far as 50,000K to get a neutral image! This is just a regular slide film shot:



    And this from the M9:
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    Most of these are from my walk this morning. Rain, snow and sleeting most of the time.









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    Hi Don, very nice shots. Is that a coyote on the opposite bank?

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    Great shots Don. I really like the one with the wolf/coyote in it.

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    Don, I like your images, but I have to say that they all look just a tad underexposed to me. Are you processing on a calibrated monitor?

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    Kurt & Chris - Thanks guys I like that shot as well. I think it's a wolf as it appears to be larger than the coyotes that roam in out rear yard. I'm glad I had the 50mm on but wish I had the 90 instead. I did have the 90 with me however I didn't think he wait for me to change lens. I think we were within 100 yards of each other.

    Jeff - I'm processing them on my laptop which I calibrated before going on the trip. They look fine here but I'll give them another look once I get home next week.


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    Don how does your M9 and Leica glass compare to your P45+ images in terms of resolution (not size), dynamic range, color, smoothness of tones, etc. Just wondering! eleanor

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    Kurt & Chris - Thanks guys I like that shot as well. I think it's a wolf as it appears to be larger than the coyotes that roam in out rear yard. I'm glad I had the 50mm on but wish I had the 90 instead. I did have the 90 with me however I didn't think he wait for me to change lens. I think we were within 100 yards of each other.

    Jeff - I'm processing them on my laptop which I calibrated before going on the trip. They look fine here but I'll give them another look once I get home next week.


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    Hi There
    Lovely shots everyone - grand stuff. We had another dreary wet weekend - I went out walking with the camera, but didn't take any shots (just got very wet and dropped my EP-1 into 2 feet of muddy water

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    On the way home tonight - grab shot with MATE at 50mm
    400 ISO 1/30 sec virtually no pp

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    Lovely, Jono!

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    Very nice Jono, I love the bridge reflection image!

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    Really enjoying everyone's wonderful work. A real pleasure. I can't wait for the trip to Jackson Hole. Hope to have something worthy of these. (Not till June alas)....Peter

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    On the way home tonight - grab shot with MATE at 50mm
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    Jono: Beautiful shots. I especially love the first one.

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    Jono, beautiful shot!

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    Don how does your M9 and Leica glass compare to your P45+ images in terms of resolution (not size), dynamic range, color, smoothness of tones, etc. Just wondering! eleanor
    Eleanor, all very good questions and some of the same as I have. I just returned home yesterday afternoon and have a lot of work ahead of me. (16 days 3 cameras and well over a 1,200 images; not to mention the 3,800 miles driven). I carried my 17” laptop with me on this trip which was color calibrated however I never truly trust any image till I see it on my studio monitors. I can saw that the resolution of the M9 compared to the P45+ is amazing. This question reminds me of an image I took from tunnel view with both cameras where I could see (in great detail) a small waterfall far off on the right side of the image. I shot those images with a 120mm Schneider short barrel lens on the Cambo WRS/P45+ and a 90mm f/2 on the M9.

    I hope to be able to post a more definitive answer later this month with samples on my blog. Give me a PM if you need anything specific.

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    Really enjoying everyone's wonderful work. A real pleasure. I can't wait for the trip to Jackson Hole. Hope to have something worthy of these. (Not till June alas)....Peter
    Peter - are you going in June? Sandy & I will be in Jackson Hole for 3-weeks in October.

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    Don I've been reading your blog on the M9 and am tempted to at least "consider" getting one. So many times my medium format back set up is too heavy to pack around. How did you get yours so quickly? no one has them in stock anywhere! eleanor

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    Eleanor, all very good questions and some of the same as I have. I just returned home yesterday afternoon and have a lot of work ahead of me. (16 days 3 cameras and well over a 1,200 images; not to mention the 3,800 miles driven). I carried my 17” laptop with me on this trip which was color calibrated however I never truly trust any image till I see it on my studio monitors. I can saw that the resolution of the M9 compared to the P45+ is amazing. This question reminds me of an image I took from tunnel view with both cameras where I could see (in great detail) a small waterfall far off on the right side of the image. I shot those images with a 120mm Schneider short barrel lens on the Cambo WRS/P45+ and a 90mm f/2 on the M9.

    I hope to be able to post a more definitive answer later this month with samples on my blog. Give me a PM if you need anything specific.

    I will say here that I’m very pleased with the images and level of detail I’ve gotten with the close to 1,000 images. Everyone at Carmel had a chance to try out the camera and even those that weren’t used to a rangefinder system was able to capture great images.

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    Don I've been reading your blog on the M9 and am tempted to at least "consider" getting one. So many times my medium format back set up is too heavy to pack around. How did you get yours so quickly? no one has them in stock anywhere! eleanor
    I was speaking to Dave Gallagher for what I termed as a need of a small companion camera to my medium format. Something that would give me great image quality and allow me to print larger than 11x14 all the while knowing I'd not be able to compete with the sizes I print with the P45+. While I haven't as yet done any actual printing (I hope to do the first within a couple days) I can see a great amount of detail on screen.

    That's the long round about answer; the shorten version is from Capture Integration. Dave is a brand new Leica dealer and as such a lot of folks haven't noticed him yet for either the M9, X1 or S2 so when I called the wait was very short; much shorter than I ever expected.

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    Peter - are you going in June? Sandy & I will be in Jackson Hole for 3-weeks in October.

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    Yes Don, last week of June I believe, too bad we won't overlap. Looking forward to sharing images thouigh. I plan at least 1 day in Yellowstone as well. best...Peter

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    Jono,
    The bridge photo is remarkable, the reflected image is like a watercolor.

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