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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Thanks, Lloyd. I doubt I would have got this with the D3 and beast on the front end. That being said, a D3 w/ 70-200 and my M8 are a wicked combo for these shoots. Thanks for the lil push to get me to explore this system!
    You're more than welcome. Not only glad you like it, but glad you're sharing your shots with us. I do like the combo as well. "Horses for courses." Neither one does everything well, so they're a great compliment to each other.

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    A great set from Oahu, Matt. Wonderful color.
    David: Thanks!

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    Back to the vault, as Ashwin would say.
    Three with the 50 lux.
    David: Nice set! I really like the composition in this one. The photos within the photo are cool.

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    I posted this in color last year. Went back to the vault and reprocessed with SEP2. I'm addicted.
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    This one is for Steve.
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    One more from last year. You can tell I'm really addicted to SEP2
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    Joe: Great processing and photos. I'm partial to "Steve's". Excellent dynamic balance and pp. Downloaded one version of SEP2, last night. Three more to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Steve, David, ceh, to name a few; wonderful stuff again!
    Here is my tiny contribution to this dazzling display of talent; M8 with 35 'cron, camera jpeg.
    Best,
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    Osman: Beautiful composition and pp. Cool starlike sparkles on the water.

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    Lloyd, this one, for sure! Wow!

    A great image with perfect SEP2 processing.
    Agree, lovely image Lloyd

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    A most excellent photo, Osman.

    It positively shimmers.

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    Wow, that's a fine portrait, Jason. Truly special.

    Great job on the processing.

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    More fun with the 18mm SE.


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    Love that one David.

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    Teaching

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    Thank you, friends. Most heartening.
    Jason, very powerful portrait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Joe: Great processing and photos. I'm partial to "Steve's". Excellent dynamic balance and pp. Downloaded one version of SEP2, last night. Three more to go.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks Matt I think you'll enjoy the upgrade as many others have!

    Jason - great portrait!

    David - nice shot with the 18SE!

    Joe

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    More fun shots with SEP2. The ubiquitous I Phone for photography.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    I know I'm repeating myself, but the work on here just gets better and better.....

    One of these days, you all will have to help me on close focus wide open. Feel free to tell me that close focus wise open is easier on an M9 I missed the focus just a tiny bit, but LOVE this one! From my shoot yesterday...

    This is an awesome portrait! Great job

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    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    More fun shots with SEP2. The ubiquitous I Phone for photography.

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    Nice capture Joe. The guy doesn't even seem to be looking at it while taking the picture

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    some shots during lunch. and Doug...I was thinking of you when I clicked enter 3 times between pics






    anybody around here like bokeh ???












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    From the old auditorium...

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    You are rockin' that rangefinder bro!!!

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    Toss...

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    Thanks so much, Lloyd!

    Means a lot coming from you!!
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    Re: The Very Latest & Greatest Fun w/Digital M Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Teaching

    Jason
    This is fab
    But so is the portrait, and all the other ones on this page. Excellent!
    Rsolti13 - love the blossom - my kind of shot (it'll be here soon).
    Osman - your shimmering is splendid - love it.
    Joe - great shots - love the one for Steve
    Lloyd, the books are gentle and good

    I'm getting confused - must be time for bed!

    Great page - actually one of the best

    Just this guy you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Toss...
    Another stunner! Is this with your 35 Cron?

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    Another stunner! Is this with your 35 Cron?
    Thanks!

    I so wish I had a 35 Cron!

    Everything was taken with a 40 Nokton.
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    Thanks Ryan & Jono

    Joe

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    Very nice, Ryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    some shots during lunch. and Doug...I was thinking of you when I clicked enter 3 times between pics

    anybody around here like bokeh ???


    All terrific, Ryan. And yes, we do love that Leica bokeh (35 Cron still?)
    We're a ways away from blossom time around there. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Thanks!

    I so wish I had a 35 Cron!

    Everything was taken with a 40 Nokton.
    Well, you're getting some sweet results with that one. Is it the SC version, or the Multi Coated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Well, you're getting some sweet results with that one. Is it the SC version, or the Multi Coated?
    It's the MC. I really like the lens. Soft when it needs to be, clinical when I want it to be.

    I'll admit... for it being designed as a film lens for the Bessa, I'm worried if it would get drowned out with the M9's higher resolution. Any clue?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    It's the MC. I really like the lens. Soft when it needs to be, clinical when I want it to be.

    I'll admit... for it being designed as a film lens for the Bessa, I'm worried if it would get drowned out with the M9's higher resolution. Any clue?
    I am impressed as well. I thank that Seakayaker (Dan) is using the SC version. And he's getting impressive results as well. Proof to me again that if you get a good copy, the CV lenses can be really excellent.

    No first hand knowledge on either with the M9. I've seen a lot of other CV lenses, and some older Leica lenses shot on the M9 with success. Just allows the unique signature of the lens.

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    I haven't participated much in this section but just wanted to let the regular contributors here a big for sharing their vision. I'm a beginner in RF's and this section of the website is very inspiring for me. Some pictures I have gone back multiple times (and I viewed all posts here) to share that vision and they are just truly amazing.

    Your visions are my inspiration.
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    Let the sun shine in... 90 Cron V3 on M9 wide open...





    heavily cropped:




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    and one for my abstract series...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    and one for my abstract series...
    This one's really nice, Doug. I liked your series with the 90 as well, especially the heavily cropped shot.

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    Thanks Lloyd, the sunset is right outside my house, shot from my front yard, it's not a "first", but it's nice when the sun's setting colors come through, but it's really more a 200mm shot, that's how deeply I had to crlop. thanks on th edit I did. Don't ever sell your surroundings short. you can have a pretty good shoot right outside your house if you look! Well, we know Lloyd can, lol.

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    I also like the sunset pic. Very calm feeling. One nitpick would be the little blurred branch that came through on the right side of the frame. Great work.
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    Back to the vault, as Ashwin would say.

    Three with the 50 lux.






    What a vault you have yourself, David. Great stuff!
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    From the old auditorium...

    Awesome, Jason!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    some shots during lunch. and Doug...I was thinking of you when I clicked enter 3 times between pics






    anybody around here like bokeh ???











    Beautiful and Gentle, Ryan. Great stuff!
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    Teaching

    Wow! Perfection!
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    An amazing set, Mohammed, especially these two.
    Asgreed, Mohammed. Truly stunning images!
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Here's a slightly different take on that view towards The windward shore from Pali lookout.

    M9; 24mm f/1.4; 1/90s @ f/16; +2/3 EV; ISO 160


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    Matt, this whole series from Hawaii is wonderful. So lush, so verdant, and so crisp! Magnificent, my friend, through and through!
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    Jono, terrific use of dof! And thanks)
    Jason, excellent posts...
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    thanks Scott, I agree on the branch. I'd been on my small photo walk and then decided to run to store real quick, I came home and saw the wonderful setting sun colors, I ran in grabbed the M9 and came out to shoot it, I knew I'd have to crop heavily, but it was a good test shot to take. There's something about those 3 trees lines that is very appealing. Obviously, I am not the only one that sees it! :-)

    haha Ryan. When shots are together, imo, it takes away from both shots.

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    Thanks for the comments all. Lloyd, that was the 50 Lux II wide open. The sharpness on the little buds when seen at 100% are really unbelievable. And yes, spring time is starting down here in the South!

    Few more. By the way...all shots are with the 50 Lux II wide open except #2...which is the ZM 18



















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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    Let the sun shine in... 90 Cron V3 on M9 wide open...



    heavily cropped:



    Doug, great color on the first above and I really like this second one. The bokeh looks fantastic!

    I am having a hard time deciding on which 75/90 I want. I think the 90 Elmarit-M, then I see you and others posting with the 90 Cron, then I see unbelievable shots with the 75 Cron....I'm confused I just need to pick one and be happy, doesn't seem like you can go wrong with any. I think 90 is more realistic too as I already have a 50 Lux and the 75 seems too close

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Thanks for the comments all. Lloyd, that was the 50 Lux II wide open. The sharpness on the little buds when seen at 100% are really unbelievable. And yes, spring time is starting down here in the South!

    Few more. By the way...all shots are with the 50 Lux II wide open except #2...which is the ZM 18
    More magic. Wow. Can't pick a favorite. I really was struck by the blossoms on the ground, however. Gorgeous color.

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    Ryan, thank you. Mine is a Version 3, I understand there are some differences in versions, I Believe mine is the last one before the ASPH. So, I felt pretty good about my find and on ebay no less! I just happened across this lens just browsing Leica, and when I found it, I did a little 90 Cron research, images from Version 3 where documented seemed very good. Condition was great, my decision was made. I'm still not quite sure what year mine is from, maybe in the 90s? maybe. I just don't know.

    For me, the 90 focal length may or may not be a big hitter, this allows me to figure that out, at a lower budget cost. but with the quality I have seen so far, it may well be the only 90 I will ever need!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    Ryan, thank you. Mine is a Version 3, I understand there are some differences in versions, I Believe mine is the last one before the ASPH. So, I felt pretty good about my find and on ebay no less! I just happened across this lens just browsing Leica, and when I found it, I did a little 90 Cron research, images from Version 3 where documented seemed very good. Condition was great, my decision was made. I'm still not quite sure what year mine is from, maybe in the 90s? maybe. I just don't know.

    For me, the 90 focal length may or may not be a big hitter, this allows me to figure that out, at a lower budget cost. but with the quality I have seen so far, it may well be the only 90 I will ever need!
    Does yours have the integrated hood? That was a feature of the last version prior to the ASPH. Where was it made?

    I've had 6 different 90mm lenses for the M system, including both the 90 Cron pre-ASPH with the integrated hood, and the ASPH. I've had two Elmarits, including the latest version, the 90 Hexanon, and the 90/3.5 APO Lanthar by Voightlander. While I did like the Crons wide open, they are big lenses by M standards. I loved the Leica glow I got from the Pre-ASPH, and the ASPH is simply stellar... I only sold it because I was happy with my other 90s, didn't use it wide open nearly as much as I thought I would, and needed the $$ for another purchase.

    The Hexanon is a terrific lens, and can be found for around $500-600 for a copy in near mint condition. I liked mine very much, and even though it's slower with a max of 2.8, it renders wonderful bokeh.

    All that said, my two favorite 90mm M lenses are, in order:

    1. The latest version of the 90 Elmarit (with the integrated hood). You can find it for around $1000 for a good copy, and it's simply a fantastic performer on either the M8 or the M9. Check out some of the stuff Woody Campbell has posted taken with that lens. HERE, is a stellar example.

    2. The CV 90/3.5 APO Lanthar. This lens is very inexpensive... new for around $370 (it's LTM, so you need an M adapter as well, but the CV Type II is only about $60). It is a small lens, SUPER sharp, has ED glass, and I think is seriously underrated. I've had mine a long time, and every time I think about getting rid of it, I shoot with it, and back in the bag it goes.
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    Lloyd, that is great to hear. I just bought a 90 Elmarit-M latest version that is 6 bit coded

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Lloyd, that is great to hear. I just bought a 90 Elmarit-M latest version that is 6 bit coded
    I think you just might like it.

    Here are a couple of example taken with it. Woody Campbell's amazing shot of Third Ave NYC: http://www.woodycampbell.com/urban/third-avenue/

    And my shot to start this thread:


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

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    I know I'm repeating myself, but the work on here just gets better and better.....

    One of these days, you all will have to help me on close focus wide open. Feel free to tell me that close focus wise open is easier on an M9 I missed the focus just a tiny bit, but LOVE this one! From my shoot yesterday...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Teaching

    Jason...Amazing Work!

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