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    Joe, awesome shot...love the lines, shapes, the light in really really great in this one! eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    Here's one from last week, taken at IAH Houston on the way back to Boston. M8 35CronIV.

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    Nice one Joe. I like the graphical nature of the shot, and the b/w is really good. Did you get your M9 yet?
    Thanks Lloyd . Yes, the M9 arrived when I got home from Houston last Friday ... unfortunately the weather has been quite bad past few days and I could not get out to shoot. Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Pretty shot,tone & comp Joe!
    Thanks Steve! By the way, my M9 arrived Can't wait to go out and shoot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Joe, awesome shot...love the lines, shapes, the light in really really great in this one! eleanor
    Thanks Eleanor! Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Wonderful shots with diverse subjects as usual Woody!
    +1

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Wow, I haven't visited here in a couple of weeks. Long story short, working like a dog and also had to attend to family matters (nothing serious).

    There are some wonderful photos here. Will have to work backwards and look at them more closely.

    I haven't taken any new photos. I did find a few images from March that were worth processing. All with the M9 and 18mm SE.
    Great shots! Love the shapes and angles. Charles

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    M9 + Noctilux .95
    Back from Turkey, more coming soon.

    This one for Osman
    I love the colour and feet to this shot Charles

    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Back to the M world, here are a few shots :

    Paris from The Jules Vernes Restaurant. (Tour Eiffel)

    That's it for the moment,

    Taken with the M9, Cron 50 the first and cron 28 the 3 others.
    Beautiful shots. Love the pastel rendering to the shots.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Thank you Otumay, Lloyd, Ashwin, Steve, Matt and George (it really is a small world, and welcome to the forum) - thank you all for your very generous comments.

    Ashwin - the cartoon character was a gift wasn't it lol ? Here's one from the same session which I actually prefer, being slightly more subtle, although the exposure was trickier....
    Regards

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    Mike, excellent street shots!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    Here's one from last week, taken at IAH Houston on the way back to Boston. M8 35CronIV.

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    Outstanding shot Joe! Love it
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    +1 Woody : I love your NY photos...So exciting, I am planning a trip to Ny from reunion Island : I'll be there on the 17th october : taking the M9 and the ALPA to shoot this incredible city. Till then, I am lurking at your shots !!
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    Great pictures Stef, would you like to share the development process of this one? I'm really curious is it Lr3? Do you have a personal color profile?

    Thanks,
    Emanuele

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Woody, to me this is a powerful shot that elicits lots of questions....I have always been fascinated with Manhattan and on my visits there I have been most interested is seeing...not the tourist stuff---museums and plays, broadway, etc...I have always been interested in the "neighborhoods"...I am fascinated by what it must be like to live among so much concrete day to day. Do people use their cars (we LOVE our cars in Houston!), do you have supermarkets? It is always noisy when out and about??. This image makes me think of all this! Buildings, and windows and traffic everywhere. Really well done! eleanor
    Eleanor - The answers to you questions are a suitable subject for a book. One of my goals in doing a daily photo blog is to write this book in a visual sense. Your question encourages me to get out into neighborhoods.

    Compare and contrast Houston and Manhattan - where to start. People walk a lot more here - where I live in Carnegie Hill is about a 45 minute walk to my midtown office, which I do when it's not too humid, wet or hot (conditions that are well-understood in Houston), or cold. Public transportation, the subway, is safe, fast and cheap. Car ownership is expensive: monthly garage rental for parking is equivalent to lease payments on a good car - car ownership here basically costs twice what it does in Houston. People tend to use cars for escapes and major errands. It's common for people to own weekend escapes outside of the city, modest or grand depending on the person's means.

    On 24 hour noise and congestion, it depends on where you live. Carnegie Hill, parts of the upper west side and of Greenwich Village are like leafy suburbs, populated with families with school-age children. People tend to find communities in organizations such a churches and schools, or in their work, much like anyplace else.

    One critical difference between the cities is zoning vs. no zoning at all. When you look at Manhattan what you're actually seeing is the zoning envelope - buildings are built to the edge of it, within millimeters because the real estate is so expensive. Park Avenue north of 57th street is a result of the zoning envelope without setbacks or "air rights" transfers; the lipstick building is built within the envelope for its plot, but with credits for setbacks, some limited "plaza" space and an "amenity" - a street level subway entrance, all of which permitted IM Pei to add floors at the top. It's viewed by critics as a cynical exploitation of the zoning regulations. The Seagram building got to build higher because of the plaza; the building behind the Racquet Club built higher because the Racquet Club sold the developer the "air rights" above the club. Air rights transfers are the main cause of the skyline's jagged appearance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    +1 Woody : I love your NY photos...So exciting, I am planning a trip to Ny from reunion Island : I'll be there on the 17th october : taking the M9 and the ALPA to shoot this incredible city. Till then, I am lurking at your shots !!
    Feel free to PM me - we can meet for a cup of coffee. On the ALPA I'm not certain what the deal is on tripods in the city. They were banned; there was litigation; there was some sort of compromise. The average cop probably doesn't know about the compromise, but it has something to do with pedestrian congestion and sidewalks. There are many places you clearly won't be able to use one - interiors (Grand Central, museums and churches); "private" outdoor spaces (the plaza in front of the Seagram building or any similar site, and surprisingly Bryant Park), and surprisingly much of Central Park. Here's a link: Thread on tripods in NY. New York is no worse in this respect than most other large cities.

    This is why I get much more use from my M9 in New York than I do from my H3D -39. It's also why I've mastered handheld stitching - I've proven to my satisfaction that a three frame stitch cannot be distinguished from the H3D on a 24x36 inch print. A tabletop tripod (the sturdy Leica version) is invaluable in this context, using a convenient tree, pole, parking meter, whatever, as a support. But I was hassled even with the table top tripod in the plaza at Lincoln Center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emaxxx View Post


    Great pictures Stef, would you like to share the development process of this one? I'm really curious is it Lr3? Do you have a personal color profile?

    Thanks,
    Emanuele
    Ok : the picture has been shot RAW, ed of the day golden hour, exposed to the right. Then processed in Lightroom, here is my worflow :
    0) Reset to zero every slider in LR
    1) Adjust WB : warm tones was needed and color correction : in the idea of using an old time velvia : Blue Luminosity -30 , and Orange Luminosity +30
    2) Boost exposure until the first RED saturated piwels appear, without taking care of the sky (after this the sky is overexposed).
    3) Boost the black slider until first BLUE pixel appear.
    Now white and black point are defined.
    4) Apply a graduated filter for the sky : bring down the exposure and luminosity to dramatize the sky, boost contrast and clarity
    4) Ajust Luminosity and Contrast as needed (the less lluminosity the more color will naturaly saturate)
    5) Add Vibrance and Clarity

    Take a coffe,

    and check if it's not too much !!!

    That is my general landscape workflow with LR3.

    Hope it helps and sorry if you spot mistakes in my english...

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Ok : the picture has been shot RAW, ed of the day golden hour, exposed to the right. Then processed in Lightroom, here is my worflow :
    0) Reset to zero every slider in LR
    1) Adjust WB : warm tones was needed and color correction : in the idea of using an old time velvia : Blue Luminosity -30 , and Orange Luminosity +30
    2) Boost exposure until the first RED saturated piwels appear, without taking care of the sky (after this the sky is overexposed).
    3) Boost the black slider until first BLUE pixel appear.
    Now white and black point are defined.
    4) Apply a graduated filter for the sky : bring down the exposure and luminosity to dramatize the sky, boost contrast and clarity
    4) Ajust Luminosity and Contrast as needed (the less lluminosity the more color will naturaly saturate)
    5) Add Vibrance and Clarity

    Take a coffe,

    and check if it's not too much !!!

    That is my general landscape workflow with LR3.

    Hope it helps and sorry if you spot mistakes in my english...

    Stef
    Wow thanks Stef.

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    Woody : i'm really surprised by the use of tripods being forbidden in NY. I have traveled to many cities (London, Beijing, Shanghai, Paris, Cape Town, Santiago, Marrakesh, Dakar, ...) but have never been facing an anti-tripod Law...very strange indeed.
    What a pity, I will have to let the Alpa at home...
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    Yesterday's post - Citicorp in the fog. M9 + 40mm cron-C. This is a new lens for me. This image doesn't show it up very well.


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    Stef, thank you for sharing your wondrous shot and work flow.

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    A ghoulish looking abandoned farmhouse just down the road at the end of a soybean field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Stef, thank you for sharing your wondrous shot and work flow.
    +1 Thank you indeed.

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    A ghoulish looking abandoned farmhouse just down the road at the end of a soybean field.

    Kurt

    Nice! Is that effect in the image (vignette, etc) processing or the lens?

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    Thanks Lloyd. It's mostly from using an ND filter at midday and then backing the exposure down a little.

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    Chairs....





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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    A tabletop tripod (the sturdy Leica version) is invaluable in this context, using a convenient tree, pole, parking meter, whatever, as a support. But I was hassled even with the table top tripod in the plaza at Lincoln Center.
    Make a bean bag! Find an old sock, preferably something thick that has lost as much of its elasticity as possible. Pour in a cup or two of chick peas - I like chick peas because they're unevenly surfaced so resist shifting, and they're lighter than kidney beans. Lentils are too small and can sometimes leak out through small holes. Stretch out the open end and tie it off. Cut off any extra neck.

    When not in use mine doubles as bag padding...

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    Chairs....



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    Very nice, Mike. The b/w is huge fav!

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    Mike, my favorite is the color one. Excellent.

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    So many great images, folks!

    We - in the cold North - are seeing the heels of Autumn and Winter lurking behind. Frost this morning. And a fantastic weather for a week now. Lucky me have been able to work at home a bit, so long hikes in the woods in between reading sessions and one to the Oslofjord shore today. M8 and CV 1,4/35.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Mike, my favorite is the color one. Excellent.
    Great pictures from your recent posts Mike

    Kurt - Nice capture of the ghoulish (haunted?) farmhouse; some pumpkins would not look out of place too...

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    Stef, wonderful shot of yours on this page.

    Leif, love seeing the Oslofjord from any vantage point ... especially from further south than I've seen it. How's it look in color?

    Thanks, Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    A ghoulish looking abandoned farmhouse just down the road at the end of a soybean field.

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    Thats So 3 Dimensional That You Could Walk Right Into It!

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    Leif, Wonderful Set!

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    Thanks Woody!...all so fascinating to me...get out into the neighborhoods...do the book! Eleanor


    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Eleanor - The answers to you questions are a suitable subject for a book. One of my goals in doing a daily photo blog is to write this book in a visual sense. Your question encourages me to get out into neighborhoods.

    Compare and contrast Houston and Manhattan - where to start. People walk a lot more here - where I live in Carnegie Hill is about a 45 minute walk to my midtown office, which I do when it's not too humid, wet or hot (conditions that are well-understood in Houston), or cold. Public transportation, the subway, is safe, fast and cheap. Car ownership is expensive: monthly garage rental for parking is equivalent to lease payments on a good car - car ownership here basically costs twice what it does in Houston. People tend to use cars for escapes and major errands. It's common for people to own weekend escapes outside of the city, modest or grand depending on the person's means.

    On 24 hour noise and congestion, it depends on where you live. Carnegie Hill, parts of the upper west side and of Greenwich Village are like leafy suburbs, populated with families with school-age children. People tend to find communities in organizations such a churches and schools, or in their work, much like anyplace else.

    One critical difference between the cities is zoning vs. no zoning at all. When you look at Manhattan what you're actually seeing is the zoning envelope - buildings are built to the edge of it, within millimeters because the real estate is so expensive. Park Avenue north of 57th street is a result of the zoning envelope without setbacks or "air rights" transfers; the lipstick building is built within the envelope for its plot, but with credits for setbacks, some limited "plaza" space and an "amenity" - a street level subway entrance, all of which permitted IM Pei to add floors at the top. It's viewed by critics as a cynical exploitation of the zoning regulations. The Seagram building got to build higher because of the plaza; the building behind the Racquet Club built higher because the Racquet Club sold the developer the "air rights" above the club. Air rights transfers are the main cause of the skyline's jagged appearance.

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    A few from last night around Deer Valley, UT.
    Still trying to get a handle on white balance and the m9
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    Few shots taken before I leave for Houston. These taken on the upper Middle Fork of the Snake river near Montezuma, a few minutes drive from my home here in Colorado. Had evening light and the water was bluish because this area of the Snake gets some run off from an old mining operation up much higher. Think the county is trying to clean up the mine runoff but the water looks almost a bit like glacier melt (also a bit cloudy). The early evening light make it look even more bluish.....Leica M9 35 cron lens. Eleanor






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    Beautiful shots Eleanor. I especially like that second one.

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    Thanks Lloyd, I will sure be missing my accessibility to this river! eleanor



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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Thanks Lloyd, I will sure be missing my accessibility to this river! eleanor
    I bet you will!

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    Eleanor,
    Excellent,
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    OK one more time, same images but I processed them in Capture One.
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    Hmm,
    Stupid question.
    I am on a Mac, running Safari of course, and when I upload images to the forum, the images look totally different then what they look like on my screen.
    Yes I am saving them as 8 bit jpegs SRGB profile...
    Any ideas?
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    Hmm,
    Stupid question.
    I am on a Mac, running Safari of course, and when I upload images to the forum, the images look totally different then what they look like on my screen.
    Yes I am saving them as 8 bit jpegs SRGB profile...
    Any ideas?
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    opps.
    sorry about the multiple posts, my computer is all screwed up..
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    Recent trip to Philly, here are a couple more...The Bridge is the Ben Franklin Bridge. M9, and either the 24 lux or Noct f0.95







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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post


    Wow, Eleanor, amazing work, in both capture and processing these images!
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    Leif, Kurt, Steven, Joe, Mike, Eleanor, Woody, Stef, et all, really amazing stuff, just on this page, from all of you! Stand up and inspirational work. Reminds me that fall's not only coming, it's here! The color tones have changed!
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    Many thanks Ashwin...and I will say the same for your last four images...great color but also excellent B&W processing on the first and last one. What do you use for raw processing? Eleanor

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    Wow, Eleanor, amazing work, in both capture and processing these images!
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    Re: The Latest & Greatest Fun w/Digital M Images

    Thanks Kaua...also your images using capture one seem more neutral on the white balance, at least on my iPad screen. Eleano

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Leif, Kurt, Steven, Joe, Mike, Eleanor, Woody, Stef, et all, really amazing stuff, just on this page, from all of you! Stand up and inspirational work. Reminds me that fall's not only coming, it's here! The color tones have changed!
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    Eleanor, beautiful images! The tones and rendering is amazing.

    Ashwin, love your shots of Philly! I really like the mood to #1.

    Steven, there have been numerous issues on browser colour management, so maybe use Firefox as a browser, in colour managed mode. This may resolve your issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Back to the M world, here are a few shots
    Paris from The Jules Vernes Restaurant. (Tour Eiffel)
    Myfavorite and nearest seaside spot...
    Same spot...

    That's it for the moment,
    Taken with the M9, Cron 50 the first and cron 28 the 3 others.
    Stef: Nice to see you post again. These are brilliant! I really like the simple, natural, color palette in this photo and the way it "rolls" off to the right . The vignetting in the upper right pushes the eye down to follow the bluff around. Nicely done. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Recent trip to Philly, here are a couple more...The Bridge is the Ben Franklin Bridge. M9, and either the 24 lux or Noct f0.95

    Ashwin: Great color and perspective in the two bridge photos. Excellent light and pp in the two B&W's. The contrast in the last one's perfect for the razor sharp detail and even tones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Wow, Eleanor, amazing work, in both capture and processing these images!
    Eleanor: +1, your moving water photos are amazing. You've got the touch for getting the settings and composition just right to convey the movement. Makes me want to run my hand in the water as it streams by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    OK one more time, same images but I processed them in Capture One.
    Kuau: These are great! they really show the fall colors coming to the Park City area. That first one is terrific with the trees and the water. Great composition and pp. Cheers, Matt

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    Charles, Lloyd, Kurt, Chris and Steve - thank you all so much for taking the time to comment.

    How about some pigeons?







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    A portrait shot with the 90 Summicron APO

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