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    A couple more from the Pike Place Market. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1500s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


    2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1500s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


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    Mike: Nah! What sort of person would be bored by car photographs? Beautiful angles and pp in these.

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    +1. Some beauties there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A couple more from the Pike Place Market. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1500s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


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    Great PP on the second, Matt. But I really, really like this one!

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    Just recently acquired the M9 and really appreciating the excellent images in this forum.
    Here are some very recent shots with M9 with 35 Summicron Asph and ZM 25/2.8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Just recently acquired the M9 and really appreciating the excellent images in this forum.
    Here are some very recent shots with M9 with 35 Summicron Asph and ZM 25/2.8.
    Welcome to the forum Charles. Great first post! Some really nice images there. I particularly like that one of the fisherman. Keep 'em coming!!

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    Thank you Lloyd

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    Mimi left the house at 5:45am this morning, and pulled into the driveway at 9:25pm tonight. About 10 minutes later, I looked out and she was still sitting in her car sending composing an email to a co-worker. Just another typical day!

    I went out and shot this through the car window. The only light is from the screen of her phone.

    M8, Nocti 1.0 @ f1,0, 1/4 sec, ISO 2500:

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    Lloyd, what stealth! Very moody!

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    Great PP on the second, Matt. But I really, really like this one!
    Lloyd: Thank you very much!

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    Welcome to the forum Charles. Great first post! Some really nice images there. I particularly like that one of the fisherman. Keep 'em coming!!
    Charles: +1, very nice. The beach shots are cool, also. Is that a city in the far background of the first two?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Mimi left the house at 5:45am this morning, and pulled into the driveway at 9:25pm tonight. About 10 minutes later, I looked out and she was still sitting in her car sending composing an email to a co-worker. Just another typical day!

    I went out and shot this through the car window. The only light is from the screen of her phone.

    M8, Nocti 1.0 @ f1,0, 1/4 sec, ISO 2500:
    Lloyd: Nice stealthy capture! Unguarded concentration and dedication after a long day.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A couple more from the Pike Place Market. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1500s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


    2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1500s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


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    Very nice light & tone Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Mimi left the house at 5:45am this morning, and pulled into the driveway at 9:25pm tonight. About 10 minutes later, I looked out and she was still sitting in her car sending composing an email to a co-worker. Just another typical day!

    I went out and shot this through the car window. The only light is from the screen of her phone.

    M8, Nocti 1.0 @ f1,0, 1/4 sec, ISO 2500:
    You & the Noct Doing a Special Forces Night Mission!

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

    I have a question for those who shoot with a 24mm lens on the m9... I jst ordered one and DO NOT want to bother with the external finder...how easy is it to estimate the framing through the regular camera viewfinder? Thanks Eleanor

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Lloyd, what stealth! Very moody!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: Nice stealthy capture! Unguarded concentration and dedication after a long day.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    You & the Noct Doing a Special Forces Night Mission!
    Thanks guys. I had to guess on the focus, I couldn't see a thing. I supposed I could have turned on the night vision feature of the Nocti, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    I have a question for those who shoot with a 24mm lens on the m9... I jst ordered one and DO NOT want to bother with the external finder...how easy is it to estimate the framing through the regular camera viewfinder? Thanks Eleanor
    Frienkly: you can guess but IMO it is not possible to accuratly frame and you will have to crop more often.
    I use an external finder (the digilux 4 finder) but occasionly dont use it when I feel I need to be fast and want to use the rangefinder for accurate focusing.

    IMO one big advantage of rangefinders is that you see a little bit more in the viewfinder. For me its stress for the eyes if I have to try to see the outer edges outside the 28mm frame in order to guess what I get with 24mm.

    But why not just check yourself. You can use it without and see how it works and then allways add an external viewfinder if you feel you need it.

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    Great PP on the second, Matt. But I really, really like this one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Just recently acquired the M9 and really appreciating the excellent images in this forum.
    Here are some very recent shots with M9 with 35 Summicron Asph and ZM 25/2.8.
    Charles, congrats on the new M9 & welcome to the forum! Very nice set!

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    Another beauty Endre.
    Agree!

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    Thanks for the info. Actually the type of shooting I do doesn't really require exact framing. I'm hoping I can get a good idea by looking just outside the 28mm frame lines. Eleanor


    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    Frienkly: you can guess but IMO it is not possible to accuratly frame and you will have to crop more often.
    I use an external finder (the digilux 4 finder) but occasionly dont use it when I feel I need to be fast and want to use the rangefinder for accurate focusing.

    IMO one big advantage of rangefinders is that you see a little bit more in the viewfinder. For me its stress for the eyes if I have to try to see the outer edges outside the 28mm frame in order to guess what I get with 24mm.

    But why not just check yourself. You can use it without and see how it works and then allways add an external viewfinder if you feel you need it.

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    Eleanor, last month I ordered a 28mm only to be sent a 24mm which in turn I found I really like. I personally don't like the idea of a bunch of extras that I have to carry around with me and lose. (It took me close two years to get a viewfinder for my Cambo).

    That said I've found I've been able to capture what I wanted/expected using the 24mm without an external viewfinder. Of course this might all be different if I shot something other than landscape. We're headed to Jackson Hole the end of the month and I'm looking forward to using the lens in and around Jenney Lake.

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    Thanks don, I was hoping you would chime in here...for me, getting extra "stuff" just defeats what I like about the m9 system...compact and small and light. I decided on the 24 2.8 which is quite small ......Eleanor .


    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Eleanor, last month I ordered a 28mm only to be sent a 24mm which in turn I found I really like. I personally don't like the idea of a bunch of extras that I have to carry around with me and lose. (It took me close two years to get a viewfinder for my Cambo).

    That said I've found I've been able to capture what I wanted/expected using the 24mm without an external viewfinder. Of course this might all be different if I shot something other than landscape. We're headed to Jackson Hole the end of the month and I'm looking forward to using the lens in and around Jenney Lake.

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    Thanks don, I was hoping you would chime in here...for me, getting extra "stuff" just defeats what I like about the m9 system...compact and small and light. I decided on the 24 2.8 which is quite small ......Eleanor .
    No problems. Now if I could only get the 135mm before next month...

    Jackson Hole in the Fall with moose, buffalo and elk all taken with a M9 and 135mm lens. Only been waiting since May and still no clear idea of when it'll get to me. Actually I do - it'll be delivered 2-weeks after I return

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    Don, you all have a great time in Wyoming....we love that area and have been to yellowstone quite a few times. good luck on getting your 135 in time! Colors are changing here where we are in Colorado...just walked down the trail by my house and got a few shots...it was raining (not hard) so my M9 got wet. Any experience shooting your m9 in rain or snow?? I've heard it's not very weatherproofed like the canon's and nikons. eleanor



    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    No problems. Now if I could only get the 135mm before next month...

    Jackson Hole in the Fall with moose, buffalo and elk all taken with a M9 and 135mm lens. Only been waiting since May and still no clear idea of when it'll get to me. Actually I do - it'll be delivered 2-weeks after I return

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Don, you all have a great time in Wyoming....we love that area and have been to yellowstone quite a few times. good luck on getting your 135 in time! Colors are changing here where we are in Colorado...just walked down the trail by my house and got a few shots...it was raining (not hard) so my M9 got wet. Any experience shooting your m9 in rain or snow?? I've heard it's not very weatherproofed like the canon's and nikons. eleanor
    I used the M9 extensively while in Yosemite earlier this year (February). I kept the camera around my neck and tucked into my jacket when I actually wasn't using it. It rained, drizzled, sleeted and snowed that week and the only problem I encountered was the viewfinder fogging up one day however that cleared up shortly after returning to the room guess it was my body heat inside the jacket then taking it out into the cold for the capture. I think light rain, drizzle or snow should be okay so long as it's protected in-between shots and continuously wiped down. Not the best protected camera but boy oh boy what beautiful images!

    Are you going to share some of your recent images?

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    Nice Shot Mark !

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    Thank you shtarka1

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    Thanks Lloyd and Matt, for your comments!

    Lloyd, I didn't realize you had a Noctilux. Was this a recent purchase, or is this just the first time I've noticed? Either way, incredible results in near darkness.

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

    I like the distance compression of this one, especially (plus the B&W conversion, of course).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Excellent set, Ashwin. This my favorite. Great composition and a winning smile from the boy.
    This one has a great classic look to it. You had to have applied some grain on this one. Did you map to a film type in Silver Efex?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    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

    Really digging the composition of this one. The wraparound bench creates a frame around the homeless guy, and I like the selective focus.

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    A couple of recent images with the M9. We recently returned from Wyoming and Montana and got some images...not a lot, but here's one I liked. This was taken on the Wind River Reservation of Broodmares with their colts resting on a lovely day. Used my 50 lux.



    And this one taken in South Park City, Colorado with the 75 cron. eleanor


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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Thanks Lloyd and Matt, for your comments!

    Lloyd, I didn't realize you had a Noctilux. Was this a recent purchase, or is this just the first time I've noticed? Either way, incredible results in near darkness.
    Thanks Mike. That shot was in almost total darkness. I couldn't see to focus, and had to just guess that I was at about minimum focal distance. What's funny is that my wife never even realized I was there.

    I've had that lens for a about three or four years. It's the latest version prior to the new f.095.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    A couple of recent images with the M9. We recently returned from Wyoming and Montana and got some images...not a lot, but here's one I liked. This was taken on the Wind River Reservation of Broodmares with their colts resting on a lovely day. Used my 50 lux.

    And this one taken in South Park City, Colorado with the 75 cron. eleanor
    Gorgeous shots Eleanor. That first one just jumps off the screen.

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    And a few monotone images taken in South Park area of Colorado. Processed in C1 using the Panchromatic style and tweaked in Lightroom. Leica M9 with 50 lux lens. eleanor






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    Thanks very much Lloyd. I took a few more but this is probably the best of the lot. eleanor

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    Gorgeous shots Eleanor. That first one just jumps off the screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    And a few monotone images taken in South Park area of Colorado. Processed in C1 using the Panchromatic style and tweaked in Lightroom. Leica M9 with 50 lux lens. eleanor
    Nice b/w. I especially like that last shot. Has a timeless quality to it.

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    Beautiiful B&W shots eleanor

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    Thanks Lloyd and Charles. South Park is an interesting place to photograph....wide open area of central Colorado surrounded by mountains on all sides. eleanor

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    Beautiiful B&W shots eleanor

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    Nice capture Eleanor; isn't a joy to have such cooperative subjects

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    Beautiiful B&W shots eleanor
    Stunning Work Eleanor!!!

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    A couple of candids with the ZM 50mm C-Sonnar, near MFD and wide open.




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    Well seen and great processing on those South Park shots Eleanor.

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    A few with the Noctilux ...








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    A couple more from the Pike Place Market. Cheers, Matt

    1. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1500s @ f/2.8; ISO 160


    2. M9; 75mm f/2; 1/1500s @ f/2.8; ISO 160

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    Eleanor - Thanks for sharing the images; each time you do we try to rearrange our shooting schedule to include CO.

    Can't say which I like more as each image presents themselves differently. The horse herd is tops as I love all things horses. I don't see any brands (except maybe on the one center) are these mustangs?

    I also like the kerosene lamp image with the window in a slight blurry out of focus.

    Then the monotones - are you shooting RAW then converting?

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    A few with the Noctilux ...








    Kurt - While I like all the images I really like the almost 3D effect this images has!
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    Re: The Latest & Greatest Fun w/Digital M Images

    Yamas, Steve, and Daniel, thanks so much for your comments about my latest posting of images....it's great to be back posting but also enjoying all the Leica M images on this forum...I am constantly challenged by what I'm seeing from others and it continues to make me realize the incredible versatility of the digital Leica and it's incredible glass. eleanor

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