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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    OK one more time, same images but I processed them in Capture One.
    Fantastic stuff Steve. I especially like the one with the pond.

    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    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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    Maybe Charles' suggestion for using Firefox will work for you. I'm using a Mac and Safari, and will occasionally see small variations in color, but it's generally pretty good. Are you profiling your monitor?

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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




    Great stuff, Ashwin. These two especially. (Are you sure that first one wasn't taken in Philly, Mexico? )

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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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    Great shots yet again Mike. That second shot is a classic.

    A couple of things about that last one strike me. I like the tie in of the couple's red scarves and the red lettering on the store front. One thing has me wondering, however. So, if I buy something from that store I'll just be in fashion temporarily? I suppose it was ever thus.

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    Great shots Mike
    Sorry Lloyd, see if this posting works correctly.




    Shots from this afternoon, a very interesting person wanting some shots, with 90 Cron APO and M9.






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    That did the trick Charles!

    Great portrait. And an interesting character indeed. Excellent study.

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    Thank you Lloyd
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    Leif, I particularly am drawn to the smooth tones and "quietness" of this image.....very nice B&W processing too! I will be heading to Oslo, then on to Svalbard next June....and will be taking my Leica so hope to get some incredible water shots too! Eleanor

    [QUOTE=leif e;249994]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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    Re: The Latest & Greatest Fun w/Digital M Images

    Okay, all I can add to this wonderful thread is I miss my digital M... One day I hope to have another M9 and a few primes. In the meantime, at least I get to live vicariously through your image posts --- thanks!
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    Same here, will retire with a M whatever the number is. Okay another 40 years from now. LOL
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    Re: The Latest & Greatest Fun w/Digital M Images

    Thanks Ashwin, Eleanor, Charles, Lloyd, and Matt...

    I did try using Firefox also and same results. hmmm... When I click on a jpg and it brings it up in the preview app, looks correct, PS5, same thing looks good. It's only in the browser my images look over saturated. Oh well.. I will do so more investigating.

    Jack and Guy, come on, jump back on the Leica bandwagon, It's the closest thing to MF I have seen to date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Jack and Guy, come on, jump back on the Leica bandwagon, It's the closest thing to MF I have seen to date.
    How true, I am missing my digital M and look forward to get an M9 pretty soon. With the right primes an optimal instrument for great images and with stitching also a great tool for landscape.

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    I have been so taken with my M9 (never in a million years did I think I would ever own a Leica...I thought that was the world of street shooters only and besides I looked at those folks who had Leica's almost as a "cult"....) Little did I know! the only Leica I've ever even "held" much less owned is my dad's very old Leica from the early '40s that recoded my childhood!!

    Today I'm beginning to feel a bit guilty that I haven't paid more attention to my H2/P65+ since I got my M9 last March. The portability of my M9 is unprecedented. Case in point...to get the shots I got last night on the river, I had to climb down a steep rocky slope using one hand to steady myself, the other hand holding my M9 on a lightweight tripod to balance...If I had fallen, there was no one to rescue me. Had I had my medium format outfit, I'm not sure if I would have been able to navigate all this as safely. So the M9 with "only" 18 megapixels gives me more options in some cases than my larger heavier system. Besides discounting it's "small" pixel count, the quality of the sensor and magical Leica glass is mesmerizing! Eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    How true, I am missing my digital M and look forward to get an M9 pretty soon. With the right primes an optimal instrument for great images and with stitching also a great tool for landscape.

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

    Eleanor,
    Like yourself, I never thought i would become a leica owner, but ever since taking the plunge, I am a very happy camper and not looking back. Just like you said, when times you don't want to lug around your heavier system, which for me is my H3D-39, The M9 is incredible and even thought the cost is high, there is nothing else out there that even comes close, size, build, and of course excellent German quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great stuff, Ashwin. These two especially. (Are you sure that first one wasn't taken in Philly, Mexico? )
    Looks like this was taken in a restaurant called Distrito.
    Great shots of my hometown.

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    Checking Tweets. 24Lux.


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    Eleanor & Steven

    many thanks for your thoughts. I am already half the way back into Leica M digital - I own almost all the glass and since I sold my M8 this is just waiting to be used again. SHould be pretty soon now

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    Very nice, Kuau, Eleanor, Ashwin, Mike.

    Love the attitude in your shots, Charles and Vlad.

    Eleanor, I understand your thoughts about the MFDB route. I keep debating whether or not to jump back into it, but always pull back after looking at some of the shots I can get with my M9. They are obviously different beasts when it comes to final resolution and detail, but there is a gorgeousness to M9 images that is extremely pleasing. And, when you add in the versatility, usability, size, etc., it makes for a compelling argument for the use of the M9 as an excellent landscape option.

    Here's an image from the Milwaukee lakefront.

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    Yesterday's post from Brooklyn Bridge Park. There are several images - I had trouble editing down to one image. This is with an M9 + 135 APO-Telyt - which I've grown fond of (it has amazing bite) after struggling to master it for some time.


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    More from Brooklyn. Same setup.


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    Jehova's Witnesses - more from Brooklyn. Same kit.


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    Brooklyn Bridge Park. Leica M9 + 28mm cron. Three frames stitched.


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    I love your coverage of THE city, Woody. I'm anticipating some real stunners from you when the stainless steel clad Beekman Place is completed.
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    Incredible framing Woody! I'm going to have to work on how to so multiple shots for stitching. Eleanor


    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Brooklyn Bridge Park. Leica M9 + 28mm cron. Three frames stitched.


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    Kurt really like how the blue tones in sky and water fit together in this one. I think pixel for pixel my M9 and P65 plus are equal...in fact I think my M lenses are higher quality than my H2 system lenses. Of course the total pixel numbers are vastly different but in many ways the flexibility of the Leica makes up for lack of higher pixel count. Eleanor


    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Very nice, Kuau, Eleanor, Ashwin, Mike.

    Love the attitude in your shots, Charles and Vlad.

    Eleanor, I understand your thoughts about the MFDB route. I keep debating whether or not to jump back into it, but always pull back after looking at some of the shots I can get with my M9. They are obviously different beasts when it comes to final resolution and detail, but there is a gorgeousness to M9 images that is extremely pleasing. And, when you add in the versatility, usability, size, etc., it makes for a compelling argument for the use of the M9 as an excellent landscape option.

    Here's an image from the Milwaukee lakefront.

    Kurt

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    Some b&w filtering





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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    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





    Lovely shots Eleanor. Did You use ND filter with your 35 cron?
    I have a few shots from Hilton Fall in Ontario with 35 lux and Voigtlander 15 F4.5 . Please let me know Your coments . Regards George

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    Hi George, you also have some very lovely water shots! On mine I didn't use any ND filter...I waited until the light was low enough to get the exposures I wanted. However the idea of having an ND filter in my bag is appealing because I've turned down many potential water shots because the light was too bright. eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Geortech View Post
    Lovely shots Eleanor. Did You use ND filter with your 35 cron?
    I have a few shots from Hilton Fall in Ontario with 35 lux and Voigtlander 15 F4.5 . Please let me know Your coments . Regards George

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    Thank you Kurt Nice shot of Milwaukee lake front.
    Nice shot Vlad! The 24 Lux is a great lens
    Amazing series Woody. No often I see shots with the 135 APO.
    Nice shots Ron, my favourite is #1.
    George, really nice shots from Hilton Fall.
    Eleanor, still admiring your shots from Snake river. Amazing blue, and as you have suggested, almost like a glacial melt.
    Thank you Eleanor, for sharing your thoughts with your journey with the M9. My path to having a M9, is only a recent one, since July. I had no intent, but having explored all the options of smaller cameras, I finally opted for the M9, because of IQ, and the outstanding lenses that are available. I must admit it has been a steep learning with PP to maximise the potential of the DNG files. Having 5DII with ZE lenses, although lighter than MF, still becomes very cumbersome and obtrusive. I now find I am using the M9, about 95% of the time, and it is fun to use

    Steven, definitely sound like a colour management issue with your browser. This can be an issue with wide gamut monitors. There are whole threads on this issue. Good luck
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    We're currently in Gallup NM where we've spent the past 2-nights. Next stop is Ouray CO then Jackson Hole WY on Mon Oct 4th. Wanted to share a couple images from today (there's much more on our blog).
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    Charles,
    Must be my wide gamut NEC monitor.
    Thanks for your input

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    Thank you Kurt Nice shot of Milwaukee lake front.
    Nice shot Vlad! The 24 Lux is a great lens
    Amazing series Woody. No often I see shots with the 135 APO.
    Nice shots Ron, my favourite is #1.
    George, really nice shots from Hilton Fall.
    Eleanor, still admiring your shots from Snake river. Amazing blue, and as you have suggested, almost like a glacial melt.
    Thank you Eleanor, for sharing your thoughts with your journey with the M9. My path to having a M9, is only a recent one, since July. I had no intent, but having explored all the options of smaller cameras, I finally opted for the M9, because of IQ, and the outstanding lenses that are available. I must admit it has been a steep learning with PP to maximise the potential of the DNG files. Having 5DII with ZE lenses, although lighter than MF, still becomes very cumbersome and obtrusive. I now find I am using the M9, about 95% of the time, and it is fun to use

    Steven, definitely sound like a colour management issue with your browser. This can be an issue with wide gamut monitors. There are whole threads on this issue. Good luck
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    Steven, I also have the NEC Multi sync PA 241W. Brilliant monitor, as you can have two concurrent calibrations. I have sRGB and wide Gamut, wider than Adobe sRGB for photo editing. When viewing on the web, or anything targeted for the web, I use the calibrated sRGB. Then are no issues with colour even with FireFox. I apologise if this is off topic, but I thought this might help. Charles
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Charles,
    Must be my wide gamut NEC monitor.
    Thanks for your input

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    Today's post. M9 + 16mm CZ Hologon, adapted to M mount. I'm using it here with the center weighted graduated filter so the effective f-stop (which is not adjustable on this lens) is f16, requiring slow shutter speeds - thus the movement. This is the most compact (and weirdest) M lens. There was a Hologon that was made for the M - this one was made for the Contax G2 and adopted for M mount by a previous owner.


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    Charles, excellent character study! Eleanor

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    Sorry Lloyd, see if this posting works correctly.





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    Woody this is one I wish I'd taken...absolutely love the mysterious movement here! eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Today's post. M9 + 16mm CZ Hologon, adapted to M mount. I'm using it here with the center weighted graduated filter so the effective f-stop (which is not adjustable on this lens) is f16, requiring slow shutter speeds - thus the movement. This is the most compact (and weirdest) M lens. There was a Hologon that was made for the M - this one was made for the Contax G2 and adopted for M mount by a previous owner.


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    Last Hoorah on the Snake River. Next time I see it, it will be frozen over! Found this area this evening I never have noticed before and I've been here in this part of Colorado for the last 32 years. Interesting but kina weird section of river unlike any other section I've ever seen. Huge boulders that are discolored/bleached by mine tailings runoff much higher up...same stuff that gives the water a cloudy bluish look. Evening light made all the colors interesting...Rock had an interesting natural reddish color it it also. Very hard to color balance as there was very little neutral tones around! Eleanor

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    Thank you Eleanor Again love the shots of the river. Such unusual colours, almost seems surreal.
    Woody, what a great shot! Fascinating with the movement.
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    Woody, I'm loving all your NYC images! Yesterday I did a google maps street view "tour" of some of the NY neighborhoods and I was surprised at how many had trees and green stuff! Very pretty. eleanor


    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    More from Brooklyn. Same setup.


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    Don your trip is looking really interesting with lots of cool images! Keep sending! Eleanor

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    Eleanor and Woody, you make your Leicas sing!

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    Some street shots this evening on the Gold Coast with the CV 50/1.1 and M9.






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    Fabulous images.


    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Last Hoorah on the Snake River. Next time I see it, it will be frozen over! Found this area this evening I never have noticed before and I've been here in this part of Colorado for the last 32 years. Interesting but kina weird section of river unlike any other section I've ever seen. Huge boulders that are discolored/bleached by mine tailings runoff much higher up...same stuff that gives the water a cloudy bluish look. Evening light made all the colors interesting...Rock had an interesting natural reddish color it it also. Very hard to color balance as there was very little neutral tones around! Eleanor

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    From Wednesday's post - newly built tidal pool in Brooklyn Bridge Park. M9 + 28mm cron. Three frames stitched.


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    Today's post. M9 + 16mm CZ Hologon, adapted to M mount. I'm using it here with the center weighted graduated filter so the effective f-stop (which is not adjustable on this lens) is f16, requiring slow shutter speeds - thus the movement. This is the most compact (and weirdest) M lens. There was a Hologon that was made for the M - this one was made for the Contax G2 and adopted for M mount by a previous owner.

    Awesome capture Woody, classic Leica M!
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    OT:
    It seems that my images appear incorrect only on getdpi
    when I compared my images side by side on my website kuau.com
    they display correctly.
    How do I post images besides using the "manage attachments" I wonder if that somehow changes the color

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    Walls....





    And a bizarre image from the oldest Jewish cemetery in Krakow:


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

    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    OT:
    It seems that my images appear incorrect only on getdpi
    when I compared my images side by side on my website kuau.com
    they display correctly.
    How do I post images besides using the "manage attachments" I wonder if that somehow changes the color

    Steven
    Please read this thread, especially post 4 and especially the important note at the end of post 4: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=54
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    Thanks Jack
    On this image I used the img html code and the image displays correctly on my screen, it matches, yet if I use the "Manage Attachments" then the color shifts.
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    Down at the marina today and parked next to this beauty. They sure don't make them like they used to...

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