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    "Canton Alley" in Seattle's International District. Cheers, Matt.

    M9; 50mm f/1.0; 1/60s @ f/3.4; +1/3 EV; ISO 500
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    M8
    Charles, Fantastic Vision & PP! Love Both Of These!

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    Thank you Lloyd, Ton, Steve, Mike and Matt Really appreciate your comments.

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    Charles, Fantastic Vision & PP! Love Both Of These!
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    Really nice shots Lloyd

    Great images Matt!!!
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    Columbia River and I-90 near Vantage (middle of Washington State). George, Washington, is just down the road. Unfortunately, the Martha's Inn is no longer in business (great pie). Four photos stitched in CS5. Cheers, Matt.

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    Very nicely done Matt.

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    Different Tones,Different Feels....Both Beautiful, Lloyd!
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    Really nice shots Lloyd
    Much appreciated gentlemen.

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    Charles, Fantastic Vision & PP! Love Both Of These!
    Big +1 from here!

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    Wow, that is some shot

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    M8

    ...mysterious images

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    Great shot. That shadow is awesome.

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    Thank you Lloyd,
    one more picture...


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    Thank you Lloyd,
    one more picture...
    Great shot! You have a wonderful eye for composition; I really enjoy your creative vision.

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    Thank you Lloyd,
    one more picture...

    Brilliant Pair! What Creative Vision!

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    Compo +1.

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    I appreciate Your words Lloyd
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    Thanks Shtarka1,Photon

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    I appreciate Your words Lloyd
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    Amazing. Great composition... again. I really like the shadows on the far wall too. Well seen and captured.

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    Handcarved wooden clown. Diminished the contrast a little bit. Unfortunately could not get rid of the harsh light, while shooting, on some parts of this shiny polished wooden guy.

    In laughing memory



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    Two from the mall:

    Sunset going in

    Sunset Clouds by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    Braziers and Beef

    Torches by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    Both M8 + CV Nokton 35mm f/1.4 MC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Photon View Post
    Handcarved wooden clown. Diminished the contrast a little bit. Unfortunately could not get rid of the harsh light, while shooting, on some parts of this shiny polished wooden guy.

    In laughing memory

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    Beautiful B/W Ton. Nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Two from the mall:

    Sunset going in

    Sunset Clouds by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    Braziers and Beef
    Torches by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    Both M8 + CV Nokton 35mm f/1.4 MC
    Wow. Stunning.

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    M8/CV50 f1.5



    Seriously considering my first Leica lens at the moment .... a used but exc condition, later version Summicron 50mm in chrome. It will mean parting with the Nokton (and some cash ), losing a little speed, but realising a goal. Not sure that's sufficient justification - any thoughts?

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    Thanks Lloyd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    M8/CV50 f1.5

    Seriously considering my first Leica lens at the moment .... a used but exc condition, later version Summicron 50mm in chrome. It will mean parting with the Nokton (and some cash ), losing a little speed, but realising a goal. Not sure that's sufficient justification - any thoughts?

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    Nice image Mike. As for your question. I have both a Summicron (circa 1967), and a Nokton (actually, I've had two Nokton's and regretted selling the first one, so I bought the second). I don't know what you're looking for getting the Cron; it is a wonderful lens, no doubt. Same goes for the Nokton, which has a little different character than the Cron.

    My take on the images you've posted is that there's absolutely nothing wrong with them, and they're proof that it's the photographer, and not the equipment that matters. I can't really suggest a course of action, but I have no doubt you'll continue to take amazing images with either lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice image Mike. As for your question. I have both a Summicron (circa 1967), and a Nokton (actually, I've had two Nokton's and regretted selling the first one, so I bought the second). I don't know what you're looking for getting the Cron; it is a wonderful lens, no doubt. Same goes for the Nokton, which has a little different character than the Cron.

    My take on the images you've posted is that there's absolutely nothing wrong with them, and they're proof that it's the photographer, and not the equipment that matters. I can't really suggest a course of action, but I have no doubt you'll continue to take amazing images with either lens.
    I agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice image Mike. As for your question. I have both a Summicron (circa 1967), and a Nokton (actually, I've had two Nokton's and regretted selling the first one, so I bought the second). I don't know what you're looking for getting the Cron; it is a wonderful lens, no doubt. Same goes for the Nokton, which has a little different character than the Cron.

    My take on the images you've posted is that there's absolutely nothing wrong with them, and they're proof that it's the photographer, and not the equipment that matters. I can't really suggest a course of action, but I have no doubt you'll continue to take amazing images with either lens.
    Thank you Lloyd

    To be honest it's nothing more than Leica lust....I think. Difficult to describe really, but I guess the closest I can get is to say that I'd like to see for myself what all this Leica lens fuss is about

    That's really not a good enough reason is it .........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Thank you Lloyd

    To be honest it's nothing more than Leica lust....I think. Difficult to describe really, but I guess the closest I can get is to say that I'd like to see for myself what all this Leica lens fuss is about

    That's really not a good enough reason is it .........

    Mike
    Oh, believe me, I fully understand. I've been shooting Leica since 1968, and have owned all sorts (and brands) of lenses. I LOVE my Leica glass, and lust after a lot of the new Leica lenses as well. "The fuss", is on many counts, fully justified. But, as your wonderful images fully attest, Leica is not the only game in town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photon View Post
    Handcarved wooden clown. Diminished the contrast a little bit. Unfortunately could not get rid of the harsh light, while shooting, on some parts of this shiny polished wooden guy.

    In laughing memory



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    Ton, Excellent Contrast & IQ! Very Nicely Done!

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    Two from the mall:

    Sunset going in

    Sunset Clouds by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr


    Both M8 + CV Nokton 35mm f/1.4 MC
    Carlos....Gorgeous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    My take on the images you've posted is that there's absolutely nothing wrong with them, and they're proof that it's the photographer, and not the equipment that matters. I can't really suggest a course of action, but I have no doubt you'll continue to take amazing images with either lens.
    Agree!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    M8/CV50 f1.5



    Seriously considering my first Leica lens at the moment .... a used but exc condition, later version Summicron 50mm in chrome. It will mean parting with the Nokton (and some cash ), losing a little speed, but realising a goal. Not sure that's sufficient justification - any thoughts?

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    Love these juxtapositions! Nice timing & shot Mike!

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    Playing with HDR Efex Pro


    IMG_20101020_1482_HDR by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    5-shot manual bracket
    M8 + CV 35mm Nokton
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    Playing with HDR Efex Pro

    by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

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    Nice one Carlos. I just got that program as well, but haven't tried it out yet. Is that a single exposure?

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    No, it's a 5-shot bracket. I used the A mode to give me a reading (poor man's light meter), then went down two stops and up two stops by altering the shutter speed.
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    Simply beautiful work...I would hang this up in a heart beat.
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    Wow, an amazing, awe inspiring capture! Great stuff, Charles!
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    Hey Lloyd, I especially like the aerial perspective in the first one. It reminds me of a crisp Colorado morning. Where are you located? The second has some nice geometry and repetition -- I like to shoot this kind of shot myself. What surprised me is it's a 21mm. I wouldn't have guessed it that wide (I realize it shoots like a 28mm on the M8).
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    Shiro/Steve/Charles/Lloyd/Ton: Thank you, Gentlemen!


    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post


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    Shiro: These are very stylish, interesting, creative, photos.

    In the first one it's fun to see what I look at 1st (his face), 2nd (reflected women with light on her face), 3rd (reflected women trying on clothes (?), & back again. Then you start looking at detail. Grain and contrast super.

    In the second one, you see the hand and the reflector (?), and then discover the huddled women. Wonderfully composed.

    I was reading a book by William Albert Allard (Lloyd tuned me on to him, recently) last night. He said that the best photographs raise, and leave you with, a question (paraphrased). Both of these do.

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    Great shot. That shadow is awesome.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great shot! You have a wonderful eye for composition; I really enjoy your creative vision.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Brilliant Pair! What Creative Vision!
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    Compo +1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Amazing. Great composition... again. I really like the shadows on the far wall too. Well seen and captured.
    CEH: +1, +1, +1. I'll just tag along. I liked all three.

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    There's great stunning images posted here the past couple days and there's simply no way that I could even hope to comment on each of them. Since my main job is landscape images that captivate me the most are sunsets, shadows and anything remotely related to landscape. Simply put, there have been some outstanding images posted here lately.

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    Beautiful B/W Ton. Nicely done.
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    Wow. Stunning.
    Ton/Carlos: +1, +1. I agree with Lloyd!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    M8/CV50 f1.5

    Seriously considering my first Leica lens at the moment .... a used but exc condition, later version Summicron 50mm in chrome. It will mean parting with the Nokton (and some cash ), losing a little speed, but realising a goal. Not sure that's sufficient justification - any thoughts?
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    Thank you Lloyd
    To be honest it's nothing more than Leica lust....I think. Difficult to describe really, but I guess the closest I can get is to say that I'd like to see for myself what all this Leica lens fuss is about
    That's really not a good enough reason is it .........
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    Mike: Great image! As, Steve said, "love those juxtapositions" (which you have a very good eye for). The desaturated pp simplifies the photo, but leaves enough to infer more color (best of both B&W and color, in this case, IMHO).

    I'm not a good one to speak on Leica Lens lust. I agree with Lloyd's comments. Perhaps Ashwin, or Steve could address the lust...?

    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Playing with HDR Efex Pro


    IMG_20101020_1482_HDR by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    5-shot manual bracket
    M8 + CV 35mm Nokton
    Carlos: Very nice! Now, I have to get it!

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    Thought I'd share a couple more images from the Jackson Hole area. These are samples of each lens in the bag (have I mentioned I need a larger bag?)


    Summicron 50mm


    Summicron 35mm


    Elmarit 24mm


    Summarit 90mm


    Elmarit 135mm

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    m driscoll,
    Thank you for your comment
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Thought I'd share a couple more images from the Jackson Hole area. These are samples of each lens in the bag (have I mentioned I need a larger bag?)


    Summicron 50mm


    Summicron 35mm


    Elmarit 24mm


    Summarit 90mm


    Elmarit 135mm

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    Very nice set

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    Enjoying all the new stuff on the forum since I last checked in...Matt really wonderful Pan, Don, enjoying your new images from your trip to to Wyoming. I'm in Houston and the pickin's have been slim here but need to trip my shutter now and then or I get shutter "withdrawal"!! so...here is a fountain I stopped to shoot after walking my dog today...Saw this really wonderful rainbow from the water mist and light. Allen Parkway, just west of downtown. eleanor


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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Thought I'd share a couple more images from the Jackson Hole area. These are samples of each lens in the bag (have I mentioned I need a larger bag?)


    Summicron 50mm


    Summicron 35mm


    Elmarit 24mm


    Summarit 90mm


    Elmarit 135mm

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    Don: As CEH said, nice set. Great photos, but it's really fun to see the character of each of the lenses like this.

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    CEH: Good capture. Nice moment and dynamics. People in perfect position.

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    Enjoying all the new stuff on the forum since I last checked in...Matt really wonderful Pan, Don, enjoying your new images from your trip to to Wyoming. I'm in Houston and the pickin's have been slim here but need to trip my shutter now and then or I get shutter "withdrawal"!! so...here is a fountain I stopped to shoot after walking my dog today...Saw this really wonderful rainbow from the water mist and light. Allen Parkway, just west of downtown. eleanor

    Eleanor: Not a wasted walk. That's a very interesting image. Excellent composition. (insert thumbsup here)

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    Eleanor: very nice picture; I see that you got past your withdrawals.

    Here's a few from the end of September, Iao Valley on Maui.




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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Enjoying all the new stuff on the forum since I last checked in...Matt really wonderful Pan, Don, enjoying your new images from your trip to to Wyoming. I'm in Houston and the pickin's have been slim here but need to trip my shutter now and then or I get shutter "withdrawal"!! so...here is a fountain I stopped to shoot after walking my dog today...Saw this really wonderful rainbow from the water mist and light. Allen Parkway, just west of downtown. eleanor

    Good capture of the rainbow in the fountain. Downtown Houston has a lot of good spots for street photography. Midtown (what is now the Museum District) and Uptown (near the Galleria) does too. If you want more nature type shots they're all around - you just have to drive a little bit. You get better nature shots towards the Hill Country (Austin/ San Antonio area) and the Big Thicket (East Texas Forests) though.
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