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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    My contribution , with the M9 and summicron 28mm :

    First is a 6 vertical frames pano stitched in Pshop :




    Second is a single shot with the 28mm as well :



    All taken with no tripod : definitively a landscape camera !
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    These are remarkable, steflaurent974!
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    Blue Mountains, NSW Australia. 14 pano stitch; M* and 24mm Elmarit

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    Stef,

    I really like the detail in those shots, and the dynamic range. Do you expose for the highlights and push the shadows up? It doesn't look like you have a grad filter on the lens in the second shot. Otherwise, have you discovered a post processing workflow that gives drastically more headroom in the highlights? Or is the light naturally low contrast in that scene?

    I struggle with bright days

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    Excellent work Stef. I'm very pleased to see the 28 cron in this regard, it draws the landscape beautifully in your capable hands....Peter

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    Daniel, I try to expose to the right and push for the shadow after. But wit these scenes, I had the chance to have beautiful skies and the end of an afternoon light coming under the sky ; it was really beautiful.
    I then have developped the DNG in lightroom 2. The result was taken to photoshop where I used a glimpse of Topaz Adjust wich brings up microcontrast and gives an HDR like touch to the scene. the big tree on the left and some rocks has been dodge too...So as you can see there is post production on this picture but the material was there in the DNG !!
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    Innerimager : the summicron 28mm is truly a beautifull lens with the M9 ; following Jonos advices I use it most of the times without its big lens shade : so it becomes a tiny marvell !
    I can tell you I did not miss the big Alpa Kit (regardlsss the M9+28) on this trip.
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    Stef - Beautiful panos!

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    Great work, Stef. The 3d effect and colors really make the images pop.

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    Don : thanks, I have to admit I had a thought for your work in this place, as I am often staring at your incredible pictures from the Grand Canyon.
    Thanks Chris.
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    These are remarkable, steflaurent974!
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    Stef: +1. Exceptional! The pano was handheld? Thanks for sharing. Cheers,

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    Matt : yes the pano was handheld ; I have brought the little table top Manfrotto tripod, wich works well with the M9, but it's such a mess, I keep it for night or dark shot (emergency use only)
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    Another landscape burger :



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    And a last one from the French Alpes : new years day.

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    Spectacular thread guys. I love seeing all the pictures you guys post. Such an inspiration for me to want to go out and shoot as well as you all do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    My contribution , with the M9 and summicron 28mm :
    First is a 6 vertical frames pano stitched in Pshop :

    Second is a single shot with the 28mm as well :



    All taken with no tripod : definitively a landscape camera !
    Stef, fantastic light and colors
    almost like painted, I love it
    the sky looks a bit like HDR?

    Another landscape burger :
    applies to this one as well

    in B&W could it almost like Ansel Adams
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    These landscape shots are truly amazing!! It is making me want to get this M9 thingy...

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    OK guys: New Zealand M9 panorama's galore at http://sanderva.zenfolio.com/
    Most of those made with the WATE.

    Just a taste to wet you apetite: here are the Moeraki Boulders, sure some of the more outworldly things on this planet:

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    M9, 35mm Lux, iso 160. The Cape of Good Hope, 2 weeks ago.
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    Mind-blowing shots. Thanks for uploading!

    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    My contribution , with the M9 and summicron 28mm :

    First is a 6 vertical frames pano stitched in Pshop :




    Second is a single shot with the 28mm as well :



    All taken with no tripod : definitively a landscape camera !

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    I love that panorama Sander! The others are lovely too. Are you stitching or cropping? Your photos remind me that I have to get back to New Zealand. I was born there, but I have not been back since I was 13. I don't remember it very well now...

    Here are a few I took yesterday evening, and then I took today. They are both along the same road, a few minutes outside of Reykjavik. I only took one today...too tired from the bike ride. The ones from last night were the 35/1.4 ASPH, and today the 35/2.5 summarit (fits in the backpack more easily!).







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    M9, 35mm Lux, iso 160. The Cape of Good Hope, 2 weeks ago.
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    Lovely Peter - a beach to conjure with (I wish I could conjure myself there).

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    Yes, it is gorgeous. Can you swim there, or will you wind up in the next Planet Earth video when the great white jumps ten feet in the air to eat you?
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    Yes, it is gorgeous. Can you swim there, or will you wind up in the next Planet Earth video when the great white jumps ten feet in the air to eat you?
    Of course
    Maybe I should stick to our nice atlantic beaches!

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    Yes, it is gorgeous. Can you swim there, or will you wind up in the next Planet Earth video when the great white jumps ten feet in the air to eat you?
    i would not recommend swimming on diaz' beach....the water is very cold, at least for my standards. for UK standards things might be different----)))) also there are a lot of sharks around (big white ones). but apparently the surfer in the attached photo does not mind....
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    Lovely Peter - a beach to conjure with (I wish I could conjure myself there).
    thanks jono! the cape of good hope is a special place....even after 7 visits....
    and the 35 LUX is even a great landscape lens, stopped down to f8-11.
    i have just ordered a print 1 meter wide of that shot and will report back on friday when i get to see it.
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    I bet the sharks love the surfers...they come with their own toothpick!
    P.S. Another lovely shot. The water is such a beautiful color...
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    i would not recommend swimming on diaz' beach....the water is very cold, at least for my standards. for UK standards things might be different----)))) also there are a lot of sharks around (big white ones). but apparently the surfer in the attached photo does not mind....
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    No problem with the cold (swimming (very briefly) here at Christmas time in the Atlantic, we've even been known to break the ice on the pool in the garden). The big white sharks are a different matter! On the other hand, perhaps the surfer understands statistics.

    I remember seeing somewhere that, on average, each year, 78 people are killed by sharks, and 3,000,000 sharks are killed by people. Mind you, that wouldn't be much consolation if you were one of the 78; especially being eaten for that surf!

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    No problem with the cold (swimming (very briefly) here at Christmas time in the Atlantic, we've even been known to break the ice on the pool in the garden). The big white sharks are a different matter! On the other hand, perhaps the surfer understands statistics.

    I remember seeing somewhere that, on average, each year, 78 people are killed by sharks, and 3,000,000 sharks are killed by people. Mind you, that wouldn't be much consolation if you were one of the 78; especially being eaten for that surf!
    i like the sea at > 28 centigrades. and i do despise sharks. and i NEVER EVER liked statistics---)))
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    i like the sea at > 28 centigrades. and i do despise sharks. and i NEVER EVER liked statistics---)))
    Of course you knew that 99.43% of the population have more than the average number of legs?

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    ps: i shall return the 18mm SE and give the WATE another try. maybe distorsion is less wavy after all.
    Well, I love my WATE - but I've never shot that block of flats!
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    envious about that IPAD of yours. thinking of flying to NYC 2morrow, but have to be in beijing on sunday---((((
    I haven't got the iPad yet . . . tracking currently has it languishing in customs at Stansted, but it is due to reach us in darkest Suffolk tomorrow. Personally I'm much more envious of having to be in Beijing on Sunday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Of course you knew that 99.43% of the population have more than the average number of legs?


    Well, I love my WATE - but I've never shot that block of flats!

    I haven't got the iPad yet . . . tracking currently has it languishing in customs at Stansted, but it is due to reach us in darkest Suffolk tomorrow. Personally I'm much more envious of having to be in Beijing on Sunday!

    all the best
    those office blocks on the KAUST campus down in saudi arabia really represent the elk test of lens distorsion. i shall take the WATE down there next time and then we can compare.
    anyway, i feel that leica really screwed up on the 18mm SE. too many design compromises...but what for? it is not even a high speed lens, on the contrary it is VERY slow. and then that kind of distorsion? i am inclined to call it the leica wave---))) for 2400.- euros?????
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    M9, 35mm Lux, iso 160. The Cape of Good Hope, 2 weeks ago.
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    i just got my 100x80cm lambda print of that landscape shot. uprezing was done in CS4, some sharpening and mild contrast curves. keep in mind this is a very high information content shot, lots of foliage and other details around.
    the print looks very good, AFAIAC it easily beats medium format film, probably it is on the level of 4x5 film. D3x does a slightly better though with the best nikon lenses. but then again the weight-to-IQ ratio of the M system is unbeatable...
    all in all, i consider 100cm wide prints more or less the limit of the M9 for high information content images, certainly abstracts can be printed much larger.
    anyway we also had some H4D II 50 and some P65+ alpa+rodenstock lenses lambda prints done at a width of 160cm.....stunning. after seeing them i had hard a hard time looking at my M9 print....so what you pay is what you get---)))
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    It works reasonably well as a landscape camera as long as you hold it horizontally.
    Otherwise, it is a portrait camera.
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    It works reasonably well as a landscape camera as long as you hold it horizontally.
    Otherwise, it is a portrait camera.
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    Landscape photography is one of the things the M9 excels at IMO. I like having something like that I can take nearly anywhere, with great quality glass that is sharp to the corners. From a recent trip to see the spring wildflowers in CA:









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    Jeff: Great! Two of my favorites and two nice new ones. Isn't that first one a streetscape?

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    Here's one from last weekend.


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    Jeff: Great! Two of my favorites and two nice new ones. Isn't that first one a streetscape?

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    I guess you could call it a streetscape, but to me, its all about the surrounding landscape.

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    I decided to do a road trip and take in the Seattle stop for the Leica Road Show. It was a lot of fun hearing all about the M9 from the pros (Justin and Chris (Weeks)), and to get to try the Nocti 50/0.95. Their focus was more on street photography rather than landscape, so I didn't get too many tips on landscape, which I was hoping for being a beginner at photography.

    Road trips are good for the soul, though, and maybe even better than chicken soup. After leaving Seattle, I stopped in La Conner for a little R&R, had breakfast at the Calico Cupboard (certainly one of the great places to have breakfast), then went out to take in the natural beauty and snap a couple landscape photos.

    After seeing all those gorgeous photos you all posted, I feel a little intimidated as a beginner posting something, but here goes with a shot from an M9 plus 90/2.8 Elmarit!



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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeWee View Post
    Here's one from last weekend.

    Billy: Very nice. The blue makes it seem cold and foreboding. Are you up in Alberta?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    I guess you could call it a streetscape, but to me, its all about the surrounding landscape.
    Jeff: I was joking. To me, It is about the landscape and it's relationship to the road and yellow lines.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Day View Post
    I decided to do a road trip and take in the Seattle stop for the Leica Road Show. It was a lot of fun hearing all about the M9 from the pros (Justin and Chris (Weeks)), and to get to try the Nocti 50/0.95. Their focus was more on street photography rather than landscape, so I didn't get too many tips on landscape, which I was hoping for being a beginner at photography.

    Road trips are good for the soul, though, and maybe even better than chicken soup. After leaving Seattle, I stopped in La Conner for a little R&R, had breakfast at the Calico Cupboard (certainly one of the great places to have breakfast), then went out to take in the natural beauty and snap a couple landscape photos.

    After seeing all those gorgeous photos you all posted, I feel a little intimidated as a beginner posting something, but here goes with a shot from an M9 plus 90/2.8 Elmarit!

    Jeff: Good photo. The composition, DOF/OOF, and IQ are great. Post some more.

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    Hi all , thanks for looking .M9 Elm.28mm f4 ISO 200 -1/3


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    Had some great clouds a couple days ago and am trying a new processing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andreleon View Post
    Hi all , thanks for looking .M9 Elm.28mm f4 ISO 200 -1/3

    Very interesting shot. I assume you desaturated this?

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    Yes Jeff ,here is the original pic.


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    Andre,

    Very beautiful location--where is that?

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    Thanks Jeff, it's an old village located in the south of France , in the "Vallée du Lot" ,near the town of Cahors .

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    I thought I'd visit here and add a couple local shots from yesterday. Both images shot with the Cron 50mm f/9.5 processed in CS4.






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    M9 50mm Lux
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    Here's one with the M9 50/2 Summicron

    Last edited by Jeff Day; 14th May 2010 at 18:43. Reason: messed up inserting the photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by andreleon View Post
    Yes Jeff ,here is the original pic.
    andreleon: Both are beautiful. i like the desaturated PP of the first.

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    I thought I'd visit here and add a couple local shots from yesterday. Both images shot with the Cron 50mm f/9.5 processed in CS4.



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    Don: The framing in the first works well and I like the way this one leads the eye up the hill. Composition and PP are terrific.

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    M9 50mm Lux
    Tim: Outstanding photo of moving water. The composition great.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Day View Post
    Here's one with the M9 50/2 Summicron

    Jeff: Beautiful photo! That must be Roozen-Gaarde? We went up a couple of weeks ago and figured out that we'd missed it all by several weeks. Everything was topped and the bulbs harvested.

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