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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    A few images of the new GSD pup. Shots today, so he's a little sleepy. M9 and 75lux. Kurt

    Kurt: Very nice. Great isolation and framing. I want that puppy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    M8 and the Nokton Classic 35/1.4:

    Sunset, June 8th, 2010


    Marie Grins, June, 2010


    Virga, June, 2010
    Maggie: These skyscapes are awesome! Framing, color, light, reflections, silhouettes...everything's great. Also, like the "candid" of your friend. Nice capture.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Wow, sorry for the absence...
    2. Matt, you continue with your magic. Lovely captures through and through, of Pikes, of the hotel in yellow, of the flowers (didn't realize you had the 75 lux as well)...
    Ashwin: Thank you!

    Lloyd: Thanks for checking in. Safe travels.

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    Well, love is love, no matter where and when you are...
    (M8 with 75'cron)


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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    A few images of the new GSD pup. Shots today, so he's a little sleepy. M9 and 75lux.

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    Kurt, Congrats on you Adorable new Pup & 75 Lux ()! Wonderfully Shot Of Course!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    M8 and the Nokton Classic 35/1.4:

    Sunset, June 8th, 2010


    Marie Grins, June, 2010



    Lightshaft, June 19, 2010


    Eastern Lightshaft, June 19, 2010


    Virga, June, 2010
    Maggie...."Tripping The Light Fantastic"...Wow! Maria is Beautiful!

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    Well, love is love, no matter where and when you are...
    (M8 with 75'cron)

    Osman...You Can Feel It From Here! Perfect Timing & Moment!

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    Thank you, Steve. It is easier to disappear with an M camera!

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    Otumay : your pictures speek to me, I have to plan a trip to Istambul...
    shtarka : the girl picture is vibrant and funny !!

    Let me share several shots with the M9 and the Noctilux : (Aperture 3)
    Sunset drink :



    Sunrise Drink :


    with Lesly.

    In the forest with the Summicron 28mm :



    And the noctilux for Concert shots :



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    Thank you, Stephane. I liked all your photos, with a slight preference to the first one. Magnificent lady and beautiful light captured perfectly...
    Istanbul is especially very lively and colorful in autumn, by the way.
    Osman

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    Thanks for the kind words, y'all!

    Kurt, that is one seriously adorable pup! Great pix!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Otumay : your pictures speek to me, I have to plan a trip to Istambul...
    shtarka : the girl picture is vibrant and funny !!

    Let me share several shots with the M9 and the Noctilux : (Aperture 3)
    Sunset drink :



    Sunrise Drink :


    with Lesly.

    In the forest with the Summicron 28mm :


    And the noctilux for Concert shots :



    Stephane.
    Excellent Work Stef!

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Well, love is love, no matter where and when you are...
    (M8 with 75'cron)
    Osman: Beautiful photo. You weren't that far away. Great framing with the diagonal rail and the mid-ground grouping of people.

    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Otumay : your pictures speek to me, I have to plan a trip to Istambul...
    shtarka : the girl picture is vibrant and funny !!

    Let me share several shots with the M9 and the Noctilux : (Aperture 3)
    Sunset drink :

    Sunrise Drink :
    with Lesly.
    In the forest with the Summicron 28mm
    And the noctilux for Concert shots :

    Stephane.
    Stephane: Always wonderful to see your photos. Reunion Island's one of those places from Patrick O'Brian novels. Impossibly remote and exotic. All are great; but, I esp like the first and last photos. Both for the compositions and internal balance. The first for the soft almost pastel-like colors and the second for the edgier mono look.

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    Re: The Latest & Greatest Fun w/Digital M Images

    As usual I'm really enjoying seeing the photos on this forum....All so different and unique...and encourages me to try new types of subject matter with my M9. Here are some from this past week taken of reflections on buildings in Greenway Plaza, Houston. It's been so hot and humid here we're had spectacular clouds...good for these types of images. All with my 75 cron asph lens. .....Eleanor






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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    As usual I'm really enjoying seeing the photos on this forum....All so different and unique...and encourages me to try new types of subject matter with my M9. Here are some from this past week taken of reflections on buildings in Greenway Plaza, Houston. It's been so hot and humid here we're had spectacular clouds...good for these types of images. All with my 75 cron asph lens. .....Eleanor
    Eleanor: These are incredible. Did you distort the images in any way during PP. Cheers, Matt.

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    Stephane-wonderful images! Beautiful light and subject (ok, the guitarist might be described in a different way than "beautiful"). Some of the most alluring shots I've seen with the M9.

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    Time for a test... hey, it worked!


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    Time for a test... hey, it worked!

    Tim: I believe you! Excellent capture; but, what was the "test"?

    Cheers, Matt

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    Thank you very much, Matt.
    Eleanor, I agree with Matt, beautiful captures and (possibly?) processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    As usual I'm really enjoying seeing the photos on this forum....All so different and unique...and encourages me to try new types of subject matter with my M9. Here are some from this past week taken of reflections on buildings in Greenway Plaza, Houston. It's been so hot and humid here we're had spectacular clouds...good for these types of images. All with my 75 cron asph lens. .....Eleanor
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    wow! it is very comforting to see real photography once in a while

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    a lil bit from japan

    i have a few students taking my online courses who live in japan. they were asking me about a live performance for quite some time. eventually i gave in, as i had absolutely nothing to do in june (no work in detroit these days ). just came back. no regrets whatsoever

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    i have a few students taking my online courses who live in japan. they were asking me about a live performance for quite some time. eventually i gave in, as i had absolutely nothing to do in june (no work in detroit these days ). just came back. no regrets whatsoever
    Irakly: Japan's always worth a trip. A grab bag of photos; all very cool:

    #1's like a japanese Zen garden...rocks, textures, and forms placed just so, B & W suits;

    #2 has a nice balance with the elegant, kimono clad women and the snout of the Honda...nice selective focus, the eye goes to the fence and then to the women and then the car, but always back to the fence;

    in #4, you try to bring it into focus and can't and then try to resolve the lines, vanishing point, colors, umbrellas, clothes...

    #3's fun street theater, and

    #5's a great combination of images, colors, colors, and a "look" with PP to suit.

    Thanks for sharing. Sorry for the two-bit analysis. Sometimes, especially late at night, I just can't help it. Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 90mm f/2.8; 1/250s @ f/4; +2/3 EV; ISO 160


    2. M9; 90mm f/2.8; 1/180s @ f/3.4; +2/3 EV; ISO 160


    3. M9; 90mm f/2.8; 1/90s @ f/3.44; +2/3 EV; ISO 160


    4. M9; 90mm f/2.8; 1/90s @ f/3.44; +2/3 EV; ISO 160


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    It's very difficult to decide; do I prefer your Nikon shots or Leica shots...
    I think I'll never be able to decide

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    Love that guitar Hero shot Matt !!! Is this a ZZ-Top member playing here ? ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Tim: I believe you! Excellent capture; but, what was the "test"?

    Cheers, Matt
    Thanks Matt. The test was simply to try imbedding an image URL instead of attaching an image. I've been jealous of everyone's large-image posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    It's very difficult to decide; do I prefer your Nikon shots or Leica shots...
    I think I'll never be able to decide
    Well Said Osman! Matt....Fantabulous Set!!!

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    Eleanor....Tremendous Compositions & PP...Wow!!!

    Irakly....Masterful Set! Love Them All!!!

    TR... Beautiful IQ & Image! What Test?

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    18mm Distagon.




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    Re: a lil bit from japan

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Irakly: Japan's always worth a trip. A grab bag of photos; all very cool:

    #1's like a japanese Zen garden...rocks, textures, and forms placed just so, B & W suits;

    #3's fun street theater, and

    #5's a great combination of images, colors, colors, and a "look" with PP to suit.
    Thanks Matt

    Just a couple of remarks:
    #1 is not B&W
    #3 is not a performance, unless you did not mean it literally. it is a borderline personality disorder called hysteria
    #5 i do not do PP. what you see is what it was

    images are clickable for larger versions. maybe that was a problem...


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    Matt, the guitar player is a classic

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    Dan, I really like the vertical shot. You are making me rethink my attitude towards 4/18 and put it in a camera bag again

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    As usual I'm really enjoying seeing the photos on this forum....All so different and unique...and encourages me to try new types of subject matter with my M9. Here are some from this past week taken of reflections on buildings in Greenway Plaza, Houston. It's been so hot and humid here we're had spectacular clouds...good for these types of images. All with my 75 cron asph lens. .....Eleanor
    Quite cool Eleanor, I also enjoy this forum. So many compartments in different scales all the way down to the pixels. (3d compartments?)

    Last edited by gero; 30th June 2010 at 06:46.

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    Something in a different vein, at least for me. Moss on the pier.
    M8 with 75'cron.


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    Thankyou Irakly
    I really like the series you posted further up the page, I was also tricked by your first image, well done!

    Osman, fantastic abstract! Is the moss under water?

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    Thanks Mark, no, no distortion in Photoshop. the glass on this building was designed to distort reflections making some incredible shapes. eleanor

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    Eleanor: These are incredible. Did you distort the images in any way during PP. Cheers, Matt.

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    Re: The Latest & Greatest Fun w/Digital M Images

    thanks...as I mentioned to Matt, no post processing save for black and white points, etc etc..usual stuff. Glass in the building distorts anything it reflects. Move a little bit and reflections change.....makes for fun picture taking. I was constantly looking around for security guards that start wondering why I was pointing my camera up at the building. eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Thank you very much, Matt.
    Eleanor, I agree with Matt, beautiful captures and (possibly?) processing.

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    Daniel these are really special...love the wide view and long exposure time. eleanor

    [QUOTE=thrice;224154]18mm Distagon.

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    Matt I always like your market shots. I'll be in Colorado end of this week and will be going to some Farmers markets and taking my Leica. Hopefully people will be less intimidated by the M9 that by my Canon in past summers. eleanor

    [QUOTE=m_driscoll;224108]Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    the glass on this building was designed to distort reflections . eleanor
    Was it designed this way or just happen's when the glass is treated for some other reason?

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    Thanks to both Steve and Gero....again no post processing except for usual stuff....black/white points contrast adjustment, etc. eleanor

    [QUOTE=gero;224177]Quite cool Eleanor, I also enjoy this forum. So many compartments in different scales all the way down to the pixels. (3d compartments?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Welcome back, Lloyd, you were missed! Thank you and Ashwin for taking time to view my posts and commenting.
    Best,
    Osman
    Thank you Osman. Sincerely.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Osman...You Can Feel It From Here! Perfect Timing & Moment!
    I agree, great shot.

    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Let me share several shots with the M9 and the Noctilux : (Aperture 3)
    Sunset drink :


    Stephane.
    Terrific stuff, Stephane.

    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    As usual I'm really enjoying seeing the photos on this forum....All so different and unique...and encourages me to try new types of subject matter with my M9. Here are some from this past week taken of reflections on buildings in Greenway Plaza, Houston. It's been so hot and humid here we're had spectacular clouds...good for these types of images. All with my 75 cron asph lens. .....Eleanor
    You're part of the enjoyment for me, Eleanor. Great shots, thanks for sharing.

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Time for a test... hey, it worked!
    Nice catch Tim. Lovely subject matter.

    Quote Originally Posted by irakly View Post
    i have a few students taking my online courses who live in japan. they were asking me about a live performance for quite some time. eventually i gave in, as i had absolutely nothing to do in june (no work in detroit these days ). just came back. no regrets whatsoever
    No regrets from us either! Great shots, thanks for sharing.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 90mm f/2.8; 1/250s @ f/4; +2/3 EV; ISO 160
    These are nothing short of incredible Matt. Some of your very best, IMHO.

    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
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    More magic, Daniel. Truly.

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    It's very difficult to decide; do I prefer your Nikon shots or Leica shots...
    I think I'll never be able to decide
    Osman: Thank you, sir! I can't decide which camera I like better.

    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Love that guitar Hero shot Matt !!! Is this a ZZ-Top member playing here ? ;-)
    Stefane: Thanks. No, I think they're hanging out in LA by a pool.

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Thanks Matt. The test was simply to try imbedding an image URL instead of attaching an image. I've been jealous of everyone's large-image posts.
    Tim: It worked well!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Well Said Osman! Matt....Fantabulous Set!!!
    Steve: Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by irakly View Post
    Thanks Matt

    Just a couple of remarks:
    #1 is not B&W
    #3 is not a performance, unless you did not mean it literally. it is a borderline personality disorder called hysteria
    #5 i do not do PP. what you see is what it was
    images are clickable for larger versions. maybe that was a problem...
    Irakly
    Irakly: My apologies. I knew it was too late here. #1 is most definitely color; #3, I didn't mean literally, as staged, but more of an act in the ongoing street theater; then #5 is even cooler w/o pp. So, other then raw conversion, you don't do pp (or cropping?). An admirable approach with all of the software available to us!

    Quote Originally Posted by irakly View Post
    Matt, the guitar player is a classic
    Irakly: Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Something in a different vein, at least for me. Moss on the pier.
    M8 with 75'cron.
    That is really an impressive shot, Osman. Almost abstract, and very beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    18mm Distagon.
    Daniel: Your seascapes are always stunning! No exception here.

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Something in a different vein, at least for me. Moss on the pier.
    M8 with 75'cron.
    Osman: The color and texture's exceptional. It's very soothing in the abstract. Well done.

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    Thanks Mark, no, no distortion in Photoshop. the glass on this building was designed to distort reflections making some incredible shapes. eleanor
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    Eleanor: Thank you. I think people are less intimidated by the Leica. On the other hand with the canon, you can stay back and shoot quickly w/AF. I'd give the Leica the edge, though. Have fun!

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    +1--very different for you Osman. More!

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    Today is cloudy..different reflection...this time in color and some of the interior lights are visible.

    also, Lloyd...thanks very much for your kind words. Eleanor


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    Osman, fantastic abstract! Is the moss under water?
    Occasionally, Dan. You see, this pier is just about two inches above sea-level. That's why it is constantly washed (and nourished, no doubt) by waves.
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    Thank you Lloyd. Your presence makes a difference here.

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    Thank you kindly Matt.

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    +1--very different for you Osman. More!

    And this shot kind of stumped me. Not sure if it's the light or what, but something is niggling me about it. Any ideas?

    Thank you very much.

    Your shot is profoundly impressive. Not just technically, more so aesthetically. I don't know why, but the boyish and a little snob expression of the violinist takes me ages back to Renaissance Italy.

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