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    LOL. What a great moment you captured. Love the processing as well.
    I have, and love, that lens. Much under appreciated, in my estimation.
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    A match made in Heaven! Perfect Grab Mike!
    Mike: +1, +1,


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    Very, very nice David. I would never have guess 24mm was used here.
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    Nice shot of Mr. Ed eying the 24 lux David!
    David: +1, +1, Brilliant portraits! Brings out their personality.

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    Thanks, Lloyd and Steve. If I could have only one lens it would be the 24 lux.
    All things considered, I would probably prefer a 28mm. I don't tend to use my 28 cron on the M9 because I wear glasses, and the frame lines are too tight. I figure if I have to move my head around to look for the frame lines, I might as well use the 24 lux with an external finder. I should probably try the 28 cron with the 24mm finder to see if I can guesstimate the frame lines.
    More 24 lux goodness
    David: This is really beautiful. The 24mm is in good hands. I, also, love the 28mm. I think it's slightly more "normal", but with enough wide-angle pizazz. Cheers, Matt

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    Those are gorgeous, Daniel. Well done indeed.
    Daniel: +1. Glad there's still a real estate market down under. Cheers, Matt.

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    Great photos everyone. Daniel's samples with the 18mm Distagon are making me all the more excited to get one soon (got one from D&A at the Buy/Sell forum). I'm enjoying the M9, getting a little more comfortable shooting with it instead of a DSLR. Here's a few from a day trip to Muir Woods in Sausalito CA. All taken with the 50 Lux Pre-ASPH.




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    Anthony I love the woodland scenes, great catch with the little deer(?)

    Not much (if any) mossy forests where I live

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    Lloyd, thank you for your appreciation of my experience.

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    Thanks, Jerry, Lloyd, and Matt.

    I was really happy with the way the dark processing worked with the flowers.

    Here's another one.


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    Anthony, very nice deer set!

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

    Some pictures from my recent trip to Estonia - the island of Hiiumaa:










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    9&Noct at iso 1000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick_Yoon View Post
    Some pictures from my recent trip to Estonia - the island of Hiiumaa:







    Excellent set Nick!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    9&Noct at iso 1000
    Hey!! I know that place. On Hanover Street, just across the street and a little north of Maurizio's. Awesome!

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    Excellent set Nick!!!
    +1. I especially love that shot of the women in the matching outfits.

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    Thanks, Jerry, Lloyd, and Matt.

    I was really happy with the way the dark processing worked with the flowers.

    Here's another one.

    Yup, that works too.

    Quote Originally Posted by kirio View Post
    Great photos everyone. Daniel's samples with the 18mm Distagon are making me all the more excited to get one soon (got one from D&A at the Buy/Sell forum). I'm enjoying the M9, getting a little more comfortable shooting with it instead of a DSLR. Here's a few from a day trip to Muir Woods in Sausalito CA. All taken with the 50 Lux Pre-ASPH.

    Great set Anthony. This one of the deer looks like miniature. Very kewl.

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    Hey!! I know that place. On Hanover Street, just across the street and a little north of Maurizio's. Awesome!


    Your old stomping ground Lloyd! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    9&Noct at iso 1000
    Steve, I love what you're doing with that lens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick_Yoon View Post
    Some pictures from my recent trip to Estonia - the island of Hiiumaa:

    Great set, Nick. This one is my favorite, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirio View Post
    Great photos everyone. Daniel's samples with the 18mm Distagon are making me all the more excited to get one soon (got one from D&A at the Buy/Sell forum). I'm enjoying the M9, getting a little more comfortable shooting with it instead of a DSLR. Here's a few from a day trip to Muir Woods in Sausalito CA. All taken with the 50 Lux Pre-ASPH.



    Great images! I've been here once but want to return again.

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    Steve, I love what you're doing with that lens!
    Thanks a lot David!

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

    (The Western Blacksea saga continues)

    After leaving Sinop and its prison-turned-into-museum, we headed south to Boyabat, a small town with its fortress and old houses reflecting the characteristic architecture of the region.

    (M8 with 21mm Elmar and 28mm 'cron)








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    Osman...Bravo! Stunning!!!

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    Thank you Steve, much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    (The Western Blacksea saga continues)

    After leaving Sinop and its prison-turned-into-museum, we headed south to Boyabat, a small town with its fortress and old houses reflecting the characteristic architecture of the region.

    (M8 with 21mm Elmar and 28mm 'cron)
    Very interesting Osman. How old is that fortress, if you know. I also found that house in the second image fascinating. The deterioration is just such that it allows a view of the manner of the construction. Very interesting. (Lovely foreground object in that one as well. )

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    Thank you for your interest Lloyd. The fortress was first constructed by Paflagonians in VI.century BC, later to be modified and enlarged by Greeks, Byzantines and Turks.
    The houses are constructed in such a way that the building moves and sways with earthquakes, reducing the risk of damage. And last but not the least, I have waited for any interesting foreground objects to come into my perspective

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Thank you for your interest Lloyd. The fortress was first constructed by Paflagonians in VI.century BC, later to be modified and enlarged by Greeks, Byzantines and Turks.
    The houses are constructed in such a way that the building moves and sways with earthquakes, reducing the risk of damage. And last but not the least, I have waited for any interesting foreground objects to come into my perspective
    Very interesting Osman. The history there is fascinating to me.

    Making the buildings "flexible", is very clever, and makes total sense to me. I lived in Puerto Rico, where there are also a lot of earthquakes, and a lot of poor construction methods, and the damage was often significant, and predictable. Great job selecting the "foreground object". By the way, are there a lot of fair haired people in Turkey? My brother's family hosted a teenage exchange student from Turkey who was blond. So I've often wondered.

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    9&Noct

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    Sweet shot, Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Sweet shot, Steve.
    Thanks Bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Thanks, Jerry, Lloyd, and Matt.

    I was really happy with the way the dark processing worked with the flowers.

    Here's another one.

    Wow, outstanding, David. Love the burst of energy in this image, even depsite that they are static flowers. There's a real energy here!
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    9&Noct
    Love the shadow detail here. Classic Steve..classic Noct!
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    (The Western Blacksea saga continues)


    (M8 with 21mm Elmar and 28mm 'cron)

    Wow, this image is lovely. Love the geometry and how you have framed this! Great work as usual, Osman!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kirio View Post
    Great photos everyone. Daniel's samples with the 18mm Distagon are making me all the more excited to get one soon (got one from D&A at the Buy/Sell forum). I'm enjoying the M9, getting a little more comfortable shooting with it instead of a DSLR. Here's a few from a day trip to Muir Woods in Sausalito CA. All taken with the 50 Lux Pre-ASPH.



    Great stuff, Anthony!!!!
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    The master of the Thumbs Up, Mr. Tim Isaac himself! He's a photographer, an engineer, a entrepreneur, and a true gentleman...one of the greatest contributors to the Leica community, and a good buddy. Here are a few from our photo stroll earlier this week:





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    The master of the Thumbs Up, Mr. Tim Isaac himself!
    Excellent photos, Ashwin.

    First, it was Steve. Now, it's Tim Isaac. Are you working on a great-personalities-in-the-world-of-Leica series?

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    Hi all - hope you're set for a great weekend. Had a shocking week at work (this is me and my boss - guess which is which) so for me the weekend started lunchtime
    Here are a few from this afternoon, all M8 and CV75mm f/2.5. Having some real framing problems with this lens so there is a fair amount of cropping here, but this is only the 2nd time out with it so we'll see how it goes. Hope there's something here you like:

    What kind of face do you pull when you make a picture?






    This one kinda sums up my week:


    And finally, everything came right again. The highlight of my week anyway:


    Thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    This one is my favorite, too, Osman -- both for the content and composition. Love the texture of the stone and the winding wall. Great use of a wide-angle lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Hi all - hope you're set for a great weekend. Had a shocking week at work (this is me and my boss - guess which is which) so for me the weekend started lunchtime
    Here are a few from this afternoon, all M8 and CV75mm f/2.5. Having some real framing problems with this lens so there is a fair amount of cropping here, but this is only the 2nd time out with it so we'll see how it goes. Hope there's something here you like:

    What kind of face do you pull when you make a picture?






    This one kinda sums up my week:


    And finally, everything came right again. The highlight of my week anyway:


    Thanks for looking.

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    All lovely, Mike. My favorite is the last. How did you process this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Hi all - hope you're set for a great weekend. Had a shocking week at work (this is me and my boss - guess which is which) so for me the weekend started lunchtime
    Here are a few from this afternoon, all M8 and CV75mm f/2.5. Having some real framing problems with this lens so there is a fair amount of cropping here, but this is only the 2nd time out with it so we'll see how it goes. Hope there's something here you like:

    What kind of face do you pull when you make a picture?

    This one kinda sums up my week:

    And finally, everything came right again. The highlight of my week anyway:


    Thanks for looking.

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    Some great shots Mike. Hard to choose a favorite. (I hope you have work to go back to on Monday)

    Funny you mention the framing issues. That's my only complaint with that lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Love the shadow detail here. Classic Steve..classic Noct!
    Thanks Ash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    The master of the Thumbs Up, Mr. Tim Isaac himself! He's a photographer, an engineer, a entrepreneur, and a true gentleman...one of the greatest contributors to the Leica community, and a good buddy. Here are a few from our photo stroll earlier this week:





    Ash...someone has to do it so it might as well be me...! Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    What kind of face do you pull when you make a picture?




    And finally, everything came right again. The highlight of my week anyway:


    Thanks for looking.

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    Love these 2!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    The master of the Thumbs Up, Mr. Tim Isaac himself! He's a photographer, an engineer, a entrepreneur, and a true gentleman...one of the greatest contributors to the Leica community, and a good buddy. Here are a few from our photo stroll earlier this week:
    Great shots Ashwin. You do run with some fast company, don't you!

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    Anthony: Beautiful images from Muir woods. The deer photo's esp. nice.
    David: That's also a terrific photo. The B & W has exceptional detail and gradation of tone.
    Nick: Looks like an Estonian Country Fair. Well done photos. The second with the horse and the third with the gussied up women are my favs.
    Steve: Wonderfully composed and colored night shot! Good Italian food?
    Osman: Your excellent photos from your trip are really giving me a new impression of your diverse and beautiful country. Literally at the crossroads of history. Also, +1 for what Lloyd said on both counts. BTW, that flexibility is the primary element in modern earthquake-proof structural design.
    Steve: Cool bike shot! I like the sliver of brick framing on the right.
    Ashwin: Nicely done. Looks like crab pots in the background of the last photo. Near fisherman's Terminal?
    Mike: Stellar captures! Each is unique, well-composed, pp'd and, most importantly, entertaining! Have a better weekend then week.

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    All lovely, Mike. My favorite is the last. How did you process this?
    Thank you Ashwin. The last one was just a couple of clicks in LR3, thanks to the versatility of presets

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Some great shots Mike. Hard to choose a favorite. (I hope you have work to go back to on Monday)

    Funny you mention the framing issues. That's my only complaint with that lens.
    Lloyd, many thanks. I guess I should be blaming framelines rather than the lens itself, which is certainly living up to its excellent reputation.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love these 2!
    Steve, thank you - have a great weekend.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Mike: Stellar captures! Each is unique, well-composed, pp'd and, most importantly, entertaining! Have a better weekend then week.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks Matt - yep the job's still there

    All the best

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

    A few more from Estonia:










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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very interesting Osman. The history there is fascinating to me.

    Making the buildings "flexible", is very clever, and makes total sense to me. I lived in Puerto Rico, where there are also a lot of earthquakes, and a lot of poor construction methods, and the damage was often significant, and predictable. Great job selecting the "foreground object". By the way, are there a lot of fair haired people in Turkey? My brother's family hosted a teenage exchange student from Turkey who was blond. So I've often wondered.
    Majority here is dark haired, Lloyd. There are some regions where this does not hold; Black Sea coast and the European part of Turkey comes to mind. The people are so ethnically diverse that it is hard to describe common characteristics. I find this fascinating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Wow, this image is lovely. Love the geometry and how you have framed this! Great work as usual, Osman!
    Thank you, Ashwin, I truly appreciate it.

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    This one is my favorite, too, Osman -- both for the content and composition. Love the texture of the stone and the winding wall. Great use of a wide-angle lens.
    Thank you, David. I was also fortunate to have that lady standing on the wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Osman: Your excellent photos from your trip are really giving me a new impression of your diverse and beautiful country. Literally at the crossroads of history. Also, +1 for what Lloyd said on both counts. BTW, that flexibility is the primary element in modern earthquake-proof structural design.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt, thank you very much for your remarks regarding my shots and Turkey. I still find it hard to get used to living with so much history, in spite of my nearly sixty years in this country.

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    Mike: That last shot with the small boy posing is a masterpiece!
    Nick: Excellent photos! They reflect a distant land with very different ambience. Thank for sharing.

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    Wow, what a bunch of great shots guys !

    Just two :

    The first M9 with the 90 Cron Apo (processed in ACR) :



    And the second one, M9 with the Canon 50mm F0.95, with moving and out of focus , but I like it anyway ! And over saturated.



    Both have been "grainified" in CS5.
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    Nick...Stupendous!

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