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    I should never have started this thread

    Now you guys are just teasing

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    A few more









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    One in the Market and a couple in my favorite restaurant.

    1. M9-P; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/45s @ f/.95; ISO 80


    2. M9-P; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/90s @ f/.95; ISO 160


    3. M9-P; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/90s @ f/.95; ISO 160


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    Cool shots Ashwin. On the second shot as I'm scrolling down the page, I'm thinking "did he get one out of focus?" and then got to the bottom of the image and the kid just jumps out. Very nice. The shot of the girls with the Seattle skyline and Mt Rainier as background is cool too.

    Matt, Love the martini shot.

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    Okay, I'm just gonna say it...I love Leica glass, but I just don't get the love affair with the 0.95. I love bokeh, but the ratio of bokeh to subject is too much...imo. I understand that it requires skill to shoot wide open, but when a subject is soft focus and the rest of the image is extreme OOF, for me, it doesn't have the effect that justifies the hype. For street shooting this would not be the lens for me, for tight dramatic portraits...maybe. I think the 1.4 "lux" is more worthy of the hype IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Okay, I'm just gonna say it...I love Leica glass, but I just don't get the love affair with the 0.95. I love bokeh, but the ratio of bokeh to subject is too much...imo. I understand that it requires skill to shoot wide open, but when a subject is soft focus and the rest of the image is extreme OOF, for me, it doesn't have the effect that justifies the hype. For street shooting this would not be the lens for me, for tight dramatic portraits...maybe. I think the 1.4 "lux" is more worthy of the hype IMO.
    As they say... "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder". When I look at the images I've taken with the Noct I see something special in many of them. Whether it's objectively there or not may be subject to debate but it's a lens I won't part with.

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    Hi David K,

    Perhaps, it's the web images themselves, they're scaled down, with 72 ppi, so i'm not really getting the full flavor. I have never shot with this lens, but would love an outing with strobes and a model. I'm certainly not trashing the lens, just saying that nothing has really stood out that has compelled me to purchase one...except the image of the "Leica Cuban Boxer", but i'm not sure that was a "noct .095". I'm pretty sure it was a 50mm though.

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    Johnny, I've got a model shoot scheduled for next week and planned on taking a few with the Noct and some lighting. Funny you should mention that's what you'd like to do. From what I've seen posted the lens doesn't seem to be used all that much with strobes...and I can understand why. There are simply better tools for shoots like that. But I have this idea of trying to get some shots with that old Hollywood glamour type lighting and I think that lens might just work. I'll post a couple up after the shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Okay, I'm just gonna say it...I love Leica glass, but I just don't get the love affair with the 0.95. I love bokeh, but the ratio of bokeh to subject is too much...imo. I understand that it requires skill to shoot wide open, but when a subject is soft focus and the rest of the image is extreme OOF, for me, it doesn't have the effect that justifies the hype. For street shooting this would not be the lens for me, for tight dramatic portraits...maybe. I think the 1.4 "lux" is more worthy of the hype IMO.
    I get you mate. I started this thread to show what 'could' be done with the Noct, not that using the Noct will create superior imagery. As much as it takes skill to shoot accurately wide open, there is more skill involved in ensuring that the content within the image is important and useful. Using such wide apertures normally kill this important content. Heck, Salgado and Bresson never took such images and I can only dream of shooting half as well as those guys.

    There are two lessons to be learnt from shooting the Noct.
    1. Shooting wide open is great at isolating what you see as important.
    2. Shooting wide open can be a useless exercise if one is to ignore the basic principals of what makes a great picture 'with' background.

    This is why the Noct f/1 is the most bought and sold lens in the Leica range. Most people buy it. Shoot wide open just to see the effect, without realizing that they need to work 'harder', then sell it because the images they've taken are boring. The Noct truly takes a lot of work to master, but not much more than the typical fast lens....only more seems to be at stake due to its super high price tag.

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    Excellent points, there is a fine line between those two lessons. I am intrigued by this lens, images seems to have an ethereal luminance to them like no other lens. I sense that nocti juice is addicting because I really want to shoot with it now.

    David K. Please post those images, I am curious how this lens looks at 5.6 too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Excellent points, there is a fine line between those two lessons. I am intrigued by this lens, images seems to have an ethereal luminance to them like no other lens. I sense that nocti juice is addicting because I really want to shoot with it now.

    David K. Please post those images, I am curious how this lens looks at 5.6 too.
    Honestly, I can't see an Nocti from f/1 onwards. It really just looks like any other lens from f/5.6, and like a Lux ASPH from f/1.4 to f/2.8. Its a hell of a lens to carry around if you're mainly stopping down

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    Quote Originally Posted by leicashot View Post
    Honestly, I can't see an Nocti from f/1 onwards. It really just looks like any other lens from f/5.6, and like a Lux ASPH from f/1.4 to f/2.8. Its a hell of a lens to carry around if you're mainly stopping down
    That's another great point, this really is a specialty lens and as photographers we love fast lenses and the ability to isolate a subject. If only the m9 could sync faster than 180, perhaps 800 or more, we could exploit the benefits of .095 with controlled lighting, but that's probably not even fast enough for this lens. Given how fast the .095 is though, it's ability in ambient low light needs no explanation. The front and rear plane of focus almost touch each other, so subject matter is important. The 50mm focal length is ideal in that, it's wide enough and tight enough to effect some interesting photographs. I appreciate all the photographs posted here...thanks to all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leicashot View Post
    Honestly, I can't see an Nocti from f/1 onwards. It really just looks like any other lens from f/5.6, and like a Lux ASPH from f/1.4 to f/2.8. Its a hell of a lens to carry around if you're mainly stopping down
    I quite agree - I'm loving mine more and more for nature subjects - it forces one to consider the composition over everything, and when you've got it right the rewards are certainly there . . . . . but from f1.4 it's just like a lux (no bad thing of course).

    I only take it out when I'm planning to shoot just with the Noctilux, so I've got the right mindset, and then (unless something unexpected comes up) I shoot it wide open all the time.

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    Are there any ND filters that are more than 3 stops available for the .095 other than stacking?

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    You mentioned Salgado who is outstanding! His "Genesis series" is amazing and I think he uses M4 and M6's. Very inspiring to shoot film...

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Are there any ND filters that are more than 3 stops available for the .095 other than stacking?
    Yes, there are....6 stop ones, 9 stop ones or some variations of those. I wonder will those variable adjusted ND filters that seem all the rage these days (especially for video) make their way to a Leica 60mm size (and other sizes) and will they intergrate properly with the Leica M metering?

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    Guys this is my last post on this forum/website. I will no longer be contributing here. Take care all, and see you around somewhere else.

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    BUmmer, Kristian. I am so sorry.

    Hope to catch up with ya soon,down the road!

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    I'm also really sorry Kristian
    Really Really sorry - hopefully we'll meet up again soon.

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    But the thread should be kept alive!
    Great shots from all.
    Saul's back from france for the weekend.



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    Superb portrait Jono...really well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Superb portrait Jono...really well done.
    Jono: +1! 1950's "On the Waterfront" character piece.

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    I believe I was focusing on the pink flowers. Ended up with this swirly, slightly hallucinogenic, image.

    M9-P; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/500s; ISO 160


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    ps: Sorry to see Kristian go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jono: +1! 1950's "On the Waterfront" character piece.

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    Spot on description from Matt. Great portrait, Jono!
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I believe I was focusing on the pink flowers. Ended up with this swirly, slightly hallucinogenic, image.

    M9-P; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/500s; ISO 160


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    ps: Sorry to see Kristian go?
    Wow, Matt, swirly bokeh with the 0.95? How did you get that...I like the shot and the effect here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Superb portrait Jono...really well done.
    +3 or something. Outstanding

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Wow, Matt, swirly bokeh with the 0.95? How did you get that...I like the shot and the effect here!
    Ashwin: Thanks! I don't know, but, there it is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jono: +1! 1950's "On the Waterfront" character piece.

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    Bravo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Wow, Matt, swirly bokeh with the 0.95? How did you get that...I like the shot and the effect here!
    Ethereal,Otherworldly Pop Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Seattle's Aurora Bridge, bokeh-less.

    M9; 50mm f/.95 w/8x ND; 1/180s @ _; ISO 160


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    Dang! Super!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post

    Ash, I Remember This Chap From Our Shoot & I Still Love The Shot!

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    First of all, thanks for the kind words Jorgen and Ashwin and Matt and David - Saul is not a difficult subject, and he rather likes having his photograph taken! And as he spends most of his time 1000 miles away in France he doesn't get fed up with his father's intentions!

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I believe I was focusing on the pink flowers. Ended up with this swirly, slightly hallucinogenic, image.
    Hi Matt - Rose Bay Willow Herb? Lovely - there's lots of it on my morning walk, I love it!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    ps: Sorry to see Kristian go?
    Yes, me too, it made me consider my position, but in the end, throwing toys out of pram doesn't really do anyone any good.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Ash, I Remember This Chap From Our Shoot & I Still Love The Shot!
    Absolutely - splendid quite agree - excellent . . . hey, can I come play with you guys next time?

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    Party Time!
    This was in a really poorly lit barn - but perhaps the best party I've ever been to. It was on a farm owned by the best man at our wedding. I've known him since I was 16 - it was a joint 60th birthday party for him and two other friends - who I first met picking up potatoes on the farm in 1970!

    The music was fantastic - really fantastic, a made up band of old friends, but Geraint and Bobby played with Van Morrison for many years, and everyone was excellent. What a treat!

    I spent most of my time dancing and drinking, but there was time to take a few snaps - all with the M9 and the Nocti (always wide open) - really; focusing isn't an issue . . . except sometimes! But somehow it doesn't seem to matter that much.

    Here are a few samples:
    There was one pink light on the stage, and band shots have to be in black and white:


    As I say - the light was dreadful:






    but focusing really wasn't much of an issue:



    except sometimes:


    (mind you, by this time I'd laid the seeds for a stonking hangover the next day!)

    If you would like to see more:

    Partying at Polgrean

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    First of all, thanks for the kind words Jorgen and Ashwin and Matt and David - Saul is not a difficult subject, and he rather likes having his photograph taken! And as he spends most of his time 1000 miles away in France he doesn't get fed up with his father's intentions!



    Hi Matt - Rose Bay Willow Herb? Lovely - there's lots of it on my morning walk, I love it!

    Yes, me too, it made me consider my position, but in the end, throwing toys out of pram doesn't really do anyone any good.



    Absolutely - splendid quite agree - excellent . . . hey, can I come play with you guys next time?
    Absolutely! We'd be Honored!
    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    But the thread should be kept alive!
    Great shots from all.
    Saul's back from france for the weekend.



    Noctilux, wide open
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    Here are a few samples:
    There was one pink light on the stage, and band shots have to be in black and white:








    Partying at Polgrean
    Jono, fun set in tough lighting! Van Morrison's band mates & Mick Jagger with his Ex, Bianca all in one night! Enjoyed them all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Jono, fun set in tough lighting! Van Morrison's band mates & Mick Jagger with his Ex, Bianca all in one night! Enjoyed them all!


    I wish I dared tell Annabel about that . . . but I'm not really sure that I do!
    Thanks for the kind words - I goes it's what the Noctilux is for, and it certainly didn't disappoint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Here are a few of mine with the f0.95.

    The Noctilux is very much a dream maker ... allowing for an endless amount of creative interpretations on how you want to capture an image, a scene or a moment.















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    Just got the nocti 0.95 yesterday, and walked around Haight Street in SF. Here's a few for you wide open on the Haight. In most cases, minimal cropping and minor adjustments.
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    Congrats, Ron
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Congrats, Ron
    Enjoy Ron & Post Up!!!

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    If the Leica gods are willing, I'll have one of these babies before the year is out. It's still just a chance, but one has to have... Hope. Yeah, that's it.

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    Thanks Ashwin and Steve.
    @Double Negative, wish you the best on your hunt for one. You won't be disappointed. For me, it feels very comfortable for some unexplained reason. I loved the 35 lux FLE, but this is the best lens I've had so far, and I've had all the fast ones.

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    Would love one of these..hopefully someday

    Ron, did you notice in your groupings of images above, the gentleman in the restaurant reading the newspaper is in style! Just look how similar his hat is to the one on the window manaquin...love it!

    DN, good luck in your quest for the Noct. I hope it works out. Keep us posted!

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    Thanks, guys! I have to believe in a Christmas miracle.

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    Woohoo! Finally got... The Call. Yep, it's en-route. Can't wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    Woohoo! Finally got... The Call. Yep, it's en-route. Can't wait!
    LOL, thats what most minor league ball plays say when they're called up to the big leagues mid-season as they exclaim "I finally got the call"...except it's them thats "en-route"...LOL!

    Thats exciting news and no doubt you're going to find all sorts of new vistas to exploit its wonderful and unique traits. Looking forward to seeing some images! Excitings time for you indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    Woohoo! Finally got... The Call. Yep, it's en-route. Can't wait!
    Congrats Michael ! That's exiting news and I remember very well when I got "The Call". I was thrilled to bits !
    One warning though, I had to sent in both Noct and M9 for proper calibration, but the combo works like a charm now.

    Happy shooting.
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    Congrats, your life just changed.

    Enjoy it, I'm still feeling the buzz from that call one month later!

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    Congrats, Mike!!!! Enjoy it!
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    Congratulations Mike
    I'm still feeling the buzz . . . erm..... 18 months on?
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