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

    great shots here.. and a memory you will cherish LLoyd

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    Our little "Grand-tink" (she's Tinkerbell):
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    Lloyd, this is an amazing shot....your Grand tink is gorgeous, and makes quite the Tinkerbell. Similarly, the shot is amazing, and the processing is spot on. Lovely in every way...
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    great shots here.. and a memory you will cherish LLoyd
    Ashwin, Steve, thank you gentlemen. Much appreciated.

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    A little Halloween fun.

    All with the M8, Nocti F1.0:







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    A little Halloween fun.

    All with the M8, Nocti F1.0:

    Beautiful bokeh and mind-blowing colors.
    LOVE your b/w "Tink".

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    I think both work, Graeme. I can't decide between them either. I'm usually a fan of b/w for these, but I do like your color version.
    I'm liking the color version. How'd you get the water to look so fluid?

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    A little Halloween fun.

    More spectacular captures, Lloyd!!!
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    I don't think there's any causal relationship between the first two photos and the third. Cheers, Matt

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    Steve: Great stuff! I really like the first one: framing, pp, texture, lines, dynamics, black boots, coffee cup, two people in back...

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    What an Angle & Perspective! Excellent!
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    CEH: Now you're getting it down! Sorry; bad; I couldn't help myself. +1, what Steve said. Hard shot to get with an M Leica!

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    Agree wholeheartedly!

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    I saw this image with "the right person" looking through the telescope, but nobody came. I waited for half an hour and I simply got tired of it and shot it anyway. Back home I actually liked it and thought that it works fine as a graphical object in the middle of nature...
    I really like it the way it is nice contrast with the colour of the scope and sky.

    Maybe no one else could be bothered walking away up there to pose for you

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    Dan: +1, it's color and machined look are a nice counterpoint to the rock.

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    [QUOTE=Lloyd;259022]A little Halloween fun.

    All with the M8, Nocti F1.0:



    all gtreat shots, tihs one stands out for me.
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    Endre: +1 to what Lloyd said. The light coming though and the high contrast pp make a very striking photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My goofy neighbors:

    M8, Nocti F1.0

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    Thanks Ton. Yes, they are both... colourful and very nice. Here's I shot of him I took about 3 years ago. Also with the M8 and the Nocti:
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    A little Halloween fun.

    All with the M8, Nocti F1.0:



    Lloyd: All very nice...but, what were your and mimi's costumes? You "tailored" the pp quite well to the subjects in these photos. Many vampires and zombies came to our door tonight. Thankfully, they were satisfied with Reese's Peanut Butter cups. Cheers, Matt.

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    Fall Colors at The Seattle Japanese Garden

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    Matt, wonderful and humorous captures! There may not be a causal relationship between the two, but the last shot still has its striking message; glad it wasn't written on the jeans

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A little Halloween fun.



    Who is on the bottom right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: All very nice...but, what were your and mimi's costumes? You "tailored" the pp quite well to the subjects in these photos. Many vampires and zombies came to our door tonight. Thankfully, they were satisfied with Reese's Peanut Butter cups. Cheers, Matt.

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    [QUOTE=m_driscoll;259071]I don't think there's any causal relationship between the first two photos and the third. Cheers, Matt

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    This image is fantastic!

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    This is simply fantastic Endre!! Wow.
    +1

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    Sport...

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    Steve & Matt...Thanks Guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A little Halloween fun.

    All with the M8, Nocti F1.0:






    All Excellent Lloyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I don't think there's any causal relationship between the first two photos and the third. Cheers, Matt

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    Im looking for Brando in the first shot...So Cool! Great PP!
    # 2 could be an advertisement for the 0.95! Very Good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Fall Colors at The Seattle Japanese Garden
    Excellent!

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    Sport...
    CEH...This Guy Must Be Chasing Lloyd Who Is Already 4 Flights Up! Nice Grab & Tone!

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    Three consecutive images...





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    I Am!


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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Beautiful bokeh and mind-blowing colors.
    LOVE your b/w "Tink".
    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    More spectacular captures, Lloyd!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post

    all gtreat shots, tihs one stands out for me.
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    Lloyd: All very nice...but, what were your and mimi's costumes? You "tailored" the pp quite well to the subjects in these photos. Many vampires and zombies came to our door tonight. Thankfully, they were satisfied with Reese's Peanut Butter cups. Cheers, Matt.

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    I'm too scary as is Matt! BTW, had I known about the Reese's, I just might have shown up on your doorstep!

    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Who is on the bottom right?
    Lol. Yes, that's "Tink". Seemed somehow appropriate that she be with a pirate and a mermaid.

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    All Excellent Lloyd!
    Thank you all. Much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I don't think there's any causal relationship between the first two photos and the third. Cheers, Matt
    Great shots, but had to separate from the notion of a relationship between them.

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    Fall Colors at The Seattle Japanese Garden
    Perfect! Nice catch.

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    Sport...
    Great shot. And with the others, a great series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    I Am!


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    Yes, no doubt bro. But that guy looks to be as well.

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    Not all our Halloween visitors were scary. Some were graceful and beautiful. Even if they are only six years old.

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    Last edited by Lloyd; 1st November 2010 at 05:39.

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    Yes, no doubt bro. But that guy looks to be as well.
    I was referring to Him,not Me! Thanks Lloyd!

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    Not all our Halloween visitors were scary. Some were graceful and beautiful.

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    Fantastic!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Fantastic!!!
    Thanks Steve.

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    Not all our Halloween visitors were scary. Some were graceful and beautiful. Even if they are only six years old.

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    Lloyd, that is just an incredibly beautiful image. I'm seeing a halo effect I think? Some would call it glow

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    Lloyd, that is just an incredibly beautiful image. I'm seeing a halo effect I think? Some would call it glow

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    Thanks Mike. (Between us, let's call it a glow, ok? )

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    Thanks Mike. (Between us, let's call it a glow, ok? )
    Yep glow is good

    Here's one from yesterday, my better half with M8 and, ummm a new lens that you all told me I shouldn't have bought.............



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    Yep glow is good

    Here's one from yesterday, my better half with M8 and, ummm a new lens that you all told me I shouldn't have bought.............



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    Beautiful shot. Perfect use of DOF.
    So which one did you get?

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    Beautiful shot. Perfect use of DOF.
    So which one did you get?
    Ummm, I'm not American but can I still take the Fifth?

    Actually I got two....

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    Ummm, I'm not American but can I still take the Fifth?

    Actually I got two....

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    Well, I guess we'll just have to admire the mystery-shrouded results.

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    Well, I guess we'll just have to admire the mystery-shrouded results.
    Ok. I'll come clean. They are not actually mine yet, but I'm testing 35 and 50mm Summicrons, both used, chrome and in excellent condition - serial nos. from around 1994-1996. 35 is asph.

    This will mean trading in my CV Nokton and Ultron which cover the same focal lengths. I'm keeping the CV 25 and 75.

    Yesterday was first chance to try them, and I don't have long to make my decision, so hoping for good weather

    First impressions? Build quality is unbelievable. You will all know this of course, but never having held a Leica lens it came as quite a shock when the first one got passed across the counter. Being chrome will account for some of that, but still....impressive build.

    Both lenses seem to focus really well on my M8, although the concave tab on the 35 will take a little getting used to.

    Too early to report on any negatives, but ( I think) I can see the effect of the slower 50mm vs the Nokton 50 f1.5, in terms of slightly less separation of subject to background, if that makes sense. I was expecting that anyway so no big deal, but something like the Nokton f1.1 might be a nice supplement in the future....when I get my wallet back from intensive care

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    Mike, congratulations.
    I have 2 / 35 ASPH-1997 ...

    Thank you all for comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Ok. I'll come clean. They are not actually mine yet, but I'm testing 35 and 50mm Summicrons, both used, chrome and in excellent condition - serial nos. from around 1994-1996. 35 is asph.

    This will mean trading in my CV Nokton and Ultron which cover the same focal lengths. I'm keeping the CV 25 and 75.

    Yesterday was first chance to try them, and I don't have long to make my decision, so hoping for good weather

    First impressions? Build quality is unbelievable. You will all know this of course, but never having held a Leica lens it came as quite a shock when the first one got passed across the counter. Being chrome will account for some of that, but still....impressive build.

    Both lenses seem to focus really well on my M8, although the concave tab on the 35 will take a little getting used to.

    Too early to report on any negatives, but ( I think) I can see the effect of the slower 50mm vs the Nokton 50 f1.5, in terms of slightly less separation of subject to background, if that makes sense. I was expecting that anyway so no big deal, but something like the Nokton f1.1 might be a nice supplement in the future....when I get my wallet back from intensive care

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    Aha!! Well, the first image you've shared is impressive (but then, so has been pretty much everything you've posted). And, I'm not surprised by your statement about build quality. Not much that compares. In all honesty, while in general I think the Leica brand lenses are of a superior build, it's incremental, and I've found that pretty much all the rangefinder lenses I've owned were superior in build to most of the SLR or DSLR lenses. The Zeiss SLR lenses being the possible exceptions. (I've never owned a Leica R lens, so I don't have a basis from which to compare those.)

    As for the "separation" or the 3D look you get, that seems to vary a lot among lenses, and the widest apertures doesn't always make the most difference. (Especially in super-telephotos). For example, I did (and have seen the same others have done), a comparison of three popular Leica 35mm lenses: The 35 Cron version IV (the "bokeh king"), the 35 Cron ASPH, and the 35 Summilux ASPH (the first ASPH version, not the new one). All are great lenses, and have their qualities for sure, but in terms of the "separation" or 3D look when shot wide open, I found that to me the 35 Cron ASPH stood out (no pun intended). And that was even over the 35 lux when it was shot at 1.4, with the Cron ASPH shot at f2.0. As always, your mileage may vary.

    I've noticed with some of the CV lenses (and keep in mind that I'm a fan), the "separation" is less abrupt (if that description makes sense), looking a little smoother in terms of transition. The possible exception may be the Nokton 1.1. I know that to me the look of the 50 Lux @ 1.4 is much more "3D" than the Nokton 1.5 wide open. But there are things about the look of the CV wide open that I prefer in certain circumstances.

    Anyway, I ramble... sorry. Congrats on the new lenses (assuming they'll be yours... you know they will. ). Looking forward to more results.

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    Yep glow is good

    Here's one from yesterday, my better half with M8 and, ummm a new lens that you all told me I shouldn't have bought.............



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    Mike, wonderful image of the Mrs. & Congrats on the new glass!

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    Not all our Halloween visitors were scary. Some were graceful and beautiful. Even if they are only six years old.

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    Lloyd: Incredible and beautiful - simply perfect!!!
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    Mike, wonderful image of the Mrs. & Congrats on the new glass!
    Thanks Steve, I think the lenses may be here to stay!

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