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    Thanks Mike & Wonderful Street Yourself!
    Cheers Steve

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    +1 Very nice.
    Thanks Lloyd

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Great stuff all around.
    --Mike, love your comic view as usual!
    Cheers Ashwin - super set you've posted

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    just got back from Hong Kong. All 35 lux



    These are lovely - great separation you've achieved here.

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    Another from yesterday, part of an experiment in shooting from the hip. M8 + 50mm Nokton f/1.5, uncropped:



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    a few more from San Fran:







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    Mike, Love This!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    a few more from San Fran:


    More great shots Ashwin. Love this one in particular. Really struck me... I lived just off Union Square when I was attending grad school. Saw that same view almost every day.

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    Mike, Love This!
    +1. Me too! Love the processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    a few more from San Fran:






    Stunning work Ash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few from my recent travels to San Fran this past week-end:

    Amongst the Birds
    Excellent set, Ashwin. This my favorite. Great composition and a winning smile from the boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_summarita View Post
    just got back from Hong Kong. All 35 lux

    All three are excellent, but this portrait really stands out for me.

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    Wow, outstanding, David. Love the burst of energy in this image, even depsite that they are static flowers. There's a real energy here!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    David: That's also a terrific photo. The B & W has exceptional detail and gradation of tone.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    David, 24 Lux Splendor!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    You certainly do connect (great set of images today, David). You are the master of wide!
    Quote Originally Posted by sjg284 View Post
    DavidE - love that first one. reminds me of HK.
    Thanks, Ashwin, Matt, Steve, Lloyd, and Steve. Your feedback and encouragement helps me be a better photographer.

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    More Vegas shots.

    The first two are with the 18mm Super-Elmar. The other three are with the 24mm lux.










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    More magic David. The first and the next to last especially for me.

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    More magic David. The first and the next to last especially for me.
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    Nick: Your Estonian photos are terrific. Images of a small corner of Europe that's usually overlooked.
    Stephane: Great granification! Both are very cool. Did you dodge in... (wrong term unless you're waving your hand over the screen), selectively apply the grain in the first photo?
    David: More 24mm goodness! Love the 1st and like the B&W over the color.
    Sig284 (Steve): Nice! Really liked the last one.
    Tim: Luau party in Maine! Well seen. The Musician photos are nicely composes and pp'd. I like the color and selective focus in the last bass photo.
    Don: Good looking horses. The blurred jumper photo's neat.
    Steve: These are great! My favs are #1 (strong reflection and perspective), #5 (grain and the "Fed Ex" graphic), and #7 (strong vignetting really works here).
    Jaap: Both very different and I like them both!
    Mike: Nicely seen as usual, but that last one's special! The color and asymmetry are perfect. The photo should fall over to the left, but it doesn't. Delicately balanced, I think by the common subdued tonality and the downward tilt of his head?
    Ashwin: You were on a roll, starting at SeaTac and moving on! Wonderful sets of photos. The brownish Golden Gate Bridge photo's special. Amusing photos of your friend. Thanks for the vicarious trip to the "City". The wedding shoot at the Palace of Fine Arts was a nice capture. (insert thumbs up thumbs up here)
    a_summarita: All three, great photos. (insert thumbs up here)
    Carlos: Nice soft, blurry image. (insert salute here)
    David: You snuck some more in! The 2nd and the last sing to me. (insert thumbs up here)

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    Matt, Thank You!

    David E....Through The Roof Set!!!

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

    Thanks Matt. I was wondering if anyone saw it as it was the last shot on its page.

    A little long exposure + tilt-shift fun:



    View from the Parking Garage by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Thanks Matt. I was wondering if anyone saw it as it was the last shot on its page.
    A little long exposure + tilt-shift fun:
    View from the Parking Garage by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
    Carlos: Cool image. It's like a photograph of a model that's trying to make it appear realistic.

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    That's what I was hoping to achieve, Matt. I am planning to do a series of these in and around South Florida.
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    No Matt I didn't dodge the grain. In fact I have created a Grey 55% layer on top, then I use the Add Noise (Gaussian 4% monochrome), and then put the layer in overlay so that the grain appears only in the areas wich contain matters or texture.
    I find it a good way to add grain, and you can adjust the opacity ...

    By the way I found 4% is good for 900-1200pixels wide pics, for native M9 files, 9% to 11% of Gaussian Noise is good.

    The important thing is to add the grain as a final treatment : if you have to sharpen your image do it first, so you won't amplify the grain !

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    Gotta love abandoned houses that are so dilapidated they have even been abandoned by the homeless squatters. A few things to note, the doorknob picture is from a door smashed onto the ground, and notice the lock on the OUTSIDE of the door to the room with the unicorns on the wall. All M9 and 75mm APO-Summicron, except last one 35/2.8 ZM C-Biogon.
















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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Thanks Matt. I was wondering if anyone saw it as it was the last shot on its page.

    A little long exposure + tilt-shift fun:



    View from the Parking Garage by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
    Well Done Carlos! Love It!

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    Dan, Great Job With The Cron & Biogon!

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    Thanks Steve

    Hey Carlos, how did you do tilt on an M?

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    Thanks Steve

    Hey Carlos, how did you do tilt on an M?
    Same question for me!

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    Gotta love abandoned houses that are so dilapidated they have even been abandoned by the homeless squatters. A few things to note, the doorknob picture is from a door smashed onto the ground, and notice the lock on the OUTSIDE of the door to the room with the unicorns on the wall. All M9 and 75mm APO-Summicron, except last one 35/2.8 ZM C-Biogon.
    Nice shots Daniel. I have to say that lock on the outside of the door is a little creepy, however.

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    Did it in post guys using a little app for the Mac called Tilt-Shift-Focus. It's a little quirky, but it does a bang up job and is not too damaging to the wallet ($14.99).
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Thanks Matt. I was wondering if anyone saw it as it was the last shot on its page.

    A little long exposure + tilt-shift fun:



    View from the Parking Garage by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
    Carlos - just saw this ... WOW !!!

    Just my simple way of saying how much I like it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Did it in post guys using a little app for the Mac called Tilt-Shift-Focus. It's a little quirky, but it does a bang up job and is not too damaging to the wallet ($14.99).
    Oh crap - I'd really like to get this too bad I use a PC. Oh wait - this might be the excuse I need to get an iPad
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    Daniel, excellent shots of a very intriguing and haunting place, bravo!

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    Thankyou Osman

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    Great set Daniel, but these two do it for me - terrific

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    Lovely captures, Daniel! That Biogon-C is a real gem, and pairs very well with the 75 APO cron in your capable hands!
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    Nearing the end of my Western Black Sea saga, we arrived at Kastamonu, a city with a rebellious history and lots of historical buildings. This was my third visit, so I could concentrate on the less important but nevertheless attention grabbing sights.

    M8 with 21mm Elmarit (the first three shots) and 28mm 'cron (last shot)

    Peaceful alley with pigeons:



    Creative talent:



    Old man praying:



    Mr.Rooster and family:


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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Nearing the end of my Western Black Sea saga, we arrived at Kastamonu, a city with a rebellious history and lots of historical buildings. This was my third visit, so I could concentrate on the less important but nevertheless attention grabbing sights.

    M8 with 21mm Elmarit (the first three shots) and 28mm 'cron (last shot)

    Peaceful alley with pigeons:

    Creative talent:

    Old man praying:

    Mr.Rooster and family:
    A truly wonderful set Osman. And that last image is simply stunning. Yes, I think you are a "creative genius"!

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    A truly wonderful set Osman. And that last image is simply stunning. Yes, I think you are a "creative genius"!
    +one from me as well. The last image is just eye catching.

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    Completely agree with Lloyd and Don - this is stunning. You could reach in and touch that wood.............

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Nearing the end of my Western Black Sea saga, we arrived at Kastamonu, a city with a rebellious history and lots of historical buildings. This was my third visit, so I could concentrate on the less important but nevertheless attention grabbing sights.

    M8 with 21mm Elmarit (the first three shots) and 28mm 'cron (last shot)

    Peaceful alley with pigeons:



    Creative talent:



    Old man praying:



    Mr.Rooster and family:

    Outstanding Osman, the whole series really shines and deserves to be seen twice on this page, if not more. Lovely!!!
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    Lloyd, Don, Mike and Ashwin: I am grateful for your continuous appreciation and enthusiasm gentlemen, thank you very kindly

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Outstanding Osman, the whole series really shines and deserves to be seen twice on this page, if not more. Lovely!!!
    Absolutely Agree! Osman....Magnificent!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    No Matt I didn't dodge the grain. In fact I have created a Grey 55% layer on top, then I use the Add Noise (Gaussian 4% monochrome), and then put the layer in overlay so that the grain appears only in the areas wich contain matters or texture.
    I find it a good way to add grain, and you can adjust the opacity ...

    By the way I found 4% is good for 900-1200pixels wide pics, for native M9 files, 9% to 11% of Gaussian Noise is good.

    The important thing is to add the grain as a final treatment : if you have to sharpen your image do it first, so you won't amplify the grain !

    That's it.
    Stephane: Thanks for the info. I looked in CS5 and the only possibility that i saw was the "Add Noise". I'll have to try this. Well, attempt it, anyway. Yours was masterfully done..

    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Gotta love abandoned houses that are so dilapidated they have even been abandoned by the homeless squatters. A few things to note, the doorknob picture is from a door smashed onto the ground, and notice the lock on the OUTSIDE of the door to the room with the unicorns on the wall. All M9 and 75mm APO-Summicron, except last one 35/2.8 ZM C-Biogon.






    Daniel: Striking images! Wonderful subject isolation and color. White toast and Shiraz Cabernet, not an ideal "pairing"? Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Nearing the end of my Western Black Sea saga, we arrived at Kastamonu, a city with a rebellious history and lots of historical buildings. This was my third visit, so I could concentrate on the less important but nevertheless attention grabbing sights.
    M8 with 21mm Elmarit (the first three shots) and 28mm 'cron (last shot)
    Peaceful alley with pigeons:
    Creative talent:

    Mr.Rooster and family:

    Osman: Sad, our journey's almost over! These are really great. Each one different, well composed and pp'd. Notwithstanding, your excellent self-portrait, that last one is really, really, good.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Steve: Thank you very much, your praise is much appreciated.
    Matt: Thank you my friend, you accompanied me during the whole trip. And a keen eye too, noticing the self-portrait

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

    A shot of mine taken last year made it to the Leica's M8 Master Shots! Choice of subject played an important role, methinks

    http://gallery.lfi-online.de/gallery...stup&cat=-2775

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    Thankyou Lloyd, Matt and ashwin. Great shots Osman Great to see a series representing an area I may never get to visit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    A shot of mine taken last year made it to the Leica's M8 Master Shots! Choice of subject played an important role, methinks

    http://gallery.lfi-online.de/gallery...stup&cat=-2775
    Congratulations (yet again), my friend. Well deserved, and yes, I don't think it hurt to have the subject you did.

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

    Thank you very much, Daniel and Lloyd.

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    Bart my 8 year old beagle.
    M9, Summarit 35, SF 24D Flash manual.
    I just can't get over the IQ of the M9, wow... what a camera.

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    My Mumbai trip put me out of commission for a full week..
    Glad to no longer be homebound, got out and took a few today.

    Made it back to the gym finally, and then we took a walk to get some food..



    Encountered this guy on the way



    Ventured across the park after lunch, lots of tourists about. Great mild, breezy, sunny day.. not many of these left.



    And if the next one looks a little hazy/smokey, it was.
    This was the last shot before ducking into the subway.
    Most of UES & UWS were blanketed in smoke from a NYC DOS pier fire this afternoon.

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    Some recent excellent posts inspired me to get out the 75 cron. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/2000s @ f/3.4; ISO 160


    2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/125s @ f/2.4; ISO 160


    3. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1000s @ f/2.8; ISO 160



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Another from yesterday, part of an experiment in shooting from the hip. M8 + 50mm Nokton f/1.5, uncropped:

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    Mike: I missed this one. Well done. My experiments at doing that are usually unsuccessful.

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    A shot of mine taken last year made it to the Leica's M8 Master Shots! Choice of subject played an important role, methinks
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Bart my 8 year old beagle.
    M9, Summarit 35, SF 24D Flash manual.
    I just can't get over the IQ of the M9, wow... what a camera.
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    Steven: Great photo of Bart. The color and detail are perfect.

    Quote Originally Posted by sjg284 View Post
    My Mumbai trip put me out of commission for a full week..
    Glad to no longer be homebound, got out and took a few today.
    Made it back to the gym finally, and then we took a walk to get some food..

    Encountered this guy on the way
    Ventured across the park after lunch, lots of tourists about. Great mild, breezy, sunny day.. not many of these left.
    And if the next one looks a little hazy/smokey, it was.
    This was the last shot before ducking into the subway.
    Most of UES & UWS were blanketed in smoke from a NYC DOS pier fire this afternoon.
    Steve: Welcome back to the living. Great set of well done images. I like the color, composition and focus in this first one.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjg284 View Post
    My Mumbai trip put me out of commission for a full week..
    Glad to no longer be homebound, got out and took a few today.

    Made it back to the gym finally, and then we took a walk to get some food..


    Encountered this guy on the way




    Beautiful Execution & PP Steve!

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