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    Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Hi there
    Kristian's wonderful noctilux photographs, together with the first weekend with my lovely new M9p inspired me to put on the ND filter and try shooting my noctilux wide open in the daytime.

    It's high summer here, the woods are quiet and secret, and much of the garden has been left wild for the birds (we have nesting flycatchers at the moment).

    Here are the results:














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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    and some more - these are mostly from the garden





















    As far as I can remember all of these were shot wide open.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Beautifucul caps, Jono. Were any cropped...Soime seem closer than 1 m? Red and yellow above is my favorite of the group, though the last with water drops is fantastic as well.
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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Beautifucul caps, Jono. Were any cropped...Soime seem closer than 1 m? Red and yellow above is my favorite of the group, though the last with water drops is fantastic as well.
    Hi Ashwin
    Yes - some where cropped - 'focus and recompose' is a bit fraught at 0.95, so I reckon to do some cropping to get the composition right (in some cases at least).

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    I am certainly not a nature guy and can't stand looking at boring images of test shots taken in the garden! These beautiful images are certainly not that. A great example of how the Noct can be used in this way, but with a little more imagination and composure when shooting. I particularly loved the butterfly shot and the paparazzi on the duck ;-)

    Well done mate, loving my M9-P too, though it's kind of odd, cause it looks like an MP, but feels like an M9, which is the only disappointing thing I can say about it - and thats a real nit-pick haha

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Ashwin
    Yes - some where cropped - 'focus and recompose' is a bit fraught at 0.95, so I reckon to do some cropping to get the composition right (in some cases at least).
    Don't forget to focus bracket a succession of shots too. I did this with the Noct and it certainly increases the hit rate, especially if shooting plants in the wind.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    very nice, a visual mozart sonata

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Wonderful photos, Jono. I love the subtlety of composition, color, and focus.

    This is my favorite. Shows that (in the right hands) the Noctilux can transform everyday scenes into something quite extraordinary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Wonderful photos, Jono. I love the subtlety of composition, color, and focus.

    This is my favorite. Shows that (in the right hands) the Noctilux can transform everyday scenes into something quite extraordinary.
    Agreed, this simplicity, light and point of focus really draw you into that 'something' that normally you may miss with your own eyes.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    A great idea to use an ND filter to shoot wide open in daylight. Brilliant pics, Jono as usual.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    [QUOTE=DavidE;333019]Wonderful photos, Jono. I love the subtlety of composition, color, and focus.

    Agreed...your next to last posted image is one of my favorites of the group. I didn't look at it as a pic taken with a Noct, but an interesting composition with the subtlety and interplay of light, subject and selective focus...which happened to be captured with a Noct. Lovely Jono!

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi there
    Kristian's wonderful noctilux photographs, together with the first weekend with my lovely new M9p inspired me to put on the ND filter and try shooting my noctilux wide open in the daytime.

    It's high summer here, the woods are quiet and secret, and much of the garden has been left wild for the birds (we have nesting flycatchers at the moment).

    Here are the results:
    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    and some more - these are mostly from the garden





    As far as I can remember all of these were shot wide open.
    Jono: Nicely done! These two are my favorites. 8x ND filter? +1 to what David and Kristian said on the 2nd one, above. I like the foreground/background split in the first, the simple color palette, and the thin IF area.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    #2 in the garden series, for me (first one immediately above): gorgeous. Nice work, Jone

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    Quote Originally Posted by leicashot View Post
    Well done mate, loving my M9-P too, though it's kind of odd, cause it looks like an MP, but feels like an M9, which is the only disappointing thing I can say about it - and thats a real nit-pick haha
    Thank you - it's really odd isn't it, but it still is a thing of beauty (do you have a chrome or a black?)

    As for the focus bracketing - I do if there's time, but somehow the first one is always the best.

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    very nice, a visual mozart sonata
    Thank you! - what a lovely thing to say

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Wonderful photos, Jono. I love the subtlety of composition, color, and focus.

    This is my favorite. Shows that (in the right hands) the Noctilux can transform everyday scenes into something quite extraordinary.
    Thank you David - Our kitchen is always a great place to take photos - my wife has a really quirky way of arranging things, there are always surprises to be seen.

    Quote Originally Posted by emr View Post
    A great idea to use an ND filter to shoot wide open in daylight. Brilliant pics, Jono as usual.
    It certainly wasn't an original idea - but getting hold of one was a bit of a mission . . . and then remembering I'd got it!

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    HI Dave
    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Wonderful photos, Jono. I love the subtlety of composition, color, and focus.
    Thank you - purr purr!

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jono: Nicely done! These two are my favorites. 8x ND filter? +1 to what David and Kristian said on the 2nd one, above. I like the foreground/background split in the first, the simple color palette, and the thin IF area.

    Cheers, Matt
    Hi Matt - I think it's a 6 times B&W, but to be honest, I ordered it so long ago that I'm not sure (and I haven't checked). . . . . . it is an 8 times - I guess that means it's 3 stops?

    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    #2 in the garden series, for me (first one immediately above): gorgeous. Nice work, Jone

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    Thanks Kit - there's a lot more poppies around here - when I can get out of the office I'll be right there attam!

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Also inspired by Kristian's post and images, I've been playing around with my Voigtländer 50mm f1.1 Nokton, with a FaderND on one of my NEX 5 bodies. Wide open, it's not a Noctilux (nor is the NEX an M9), but it's as close as my budget allows, so I have fun anyway.

    Here's a couple at f1.1:

    Attachment 46540 Attachment 46539

    My observation, specifically for nature, is that for a successful image, you need to find subjects that have a natural spacing between them and the other elements so that it doesn't all degenerate into a bokeh blob.

    Here's another at f1.1 where the narrow DOF is more evident (focus on the eyes):

    Attachment 46542


    Here's one stopped down to f8 with the FaderND cranked up (very tricky adjustment at the end of the range as it seems to be exponential!) for about a 4 second exposure:

    Attachment 46541

    These were shot yesterday at Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park in BC.

    Edit: I should note these are from RAW and PP in ACR and Topaz Detail 2 for minor sharpening.

    Great fun!

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Simon - these are fine - I especially like the last one.
    Excellent . . . . how will the lens do on the Nex7 then!

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    I like my images a tad underexposed, it adds to the mystery ...
    Last edited by Knorp; 28th October 2013 at 12:51.
    Bart ...

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    I like my images a tad underexposed, it adds to the mystery ...
    HI Bart
    So do I - I especially like the middle one - excellent.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    I like my images a tad underexposed, it adds to the mystery ...
    Maybe its just me, but I see these images as being correctly exposed. Many images I see on the net are often overexposed to show as much shadow detail as possible. Yours are correct

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    I'm not yet where I'd like to be with shooting the Noct... but I think it's worth the effort to try and improve. A couple from a recent walk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    I'm not yet where I'd like to be with shooting the Noct... but I think it's worth the effort to try and improve. A couple from a recent walk...
    That's true David. You invested heavily in the lens and therfore your photography with it deserves the same amount of investment, or invested time. Just have fun while doing it, regardless of the results.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Lots of rain today - and some sparkling light afterwards.
    Here are a few shots from a garden we went to today.







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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Love the poppy heads shot, Jono.
    However, I'd have tried also aiming for the 'second row' ...

    All the very best.
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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Love the poppy heads shot, Jono.
    However, I'd have tried also aiming for the 'second row' ...

    All the very best.
    Hi Bart - you could certainly be right - I was undecided, so I went for the nearest.

    These decisions you have to make with the Noct which aren't relevant for other lenses!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Simon - these are fine - I especially like the last one.
    Excellent . . . . how will the lens do on the Nex7 then!
    all the best
    Simon: +1 on that last one. You couldn't have asked for a simpler, more elegant, arrangement of fallen trees to "frame' the moving water.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lots of rain today - and some sparkling light afterwards.
    Here are a few shots from a garden we went to today.



    all the best
    Jono: I like this last one. I keep trying for a shot like this. Getting the right focus points and enough IF to draw the eye's a trick.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    A walk in the dark.

    1. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/30s @ f/.95; ISO 1600


    2. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/30s @ f/.95; ISO 1600


    3. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/8s @ f/.95; ISO 1000


    4. M9; 50mm f/.95; 1/30s @ f/.95; ISO 400


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jono: I like this last one. I keep trying for a shot like this. Getting the right focus points and enough IF to draw the eye's a trick.

    Cheers, Matt
    Thank you Matt . . . and welcome to the thread too. I think that Bart's point with the poppies related to the same thing - and that I've been better to focus on the second row.
    Here I was moving around trying to get the branch of leaves more into a single plane so that more was in focus.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Maybe the first two are part of the same issue, and I don't like them as much as this one - which is lovely - with the mysterious yellow blob in the background - excellent.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Oh! I got so wet today - you can see what was coming here;



    the first sign of catastrophe was the Polish ponies galloping for the trees - then came the hail and rain - okay if you're togged up in waterproofs and wellies . . not so good in walking boots and shorts!
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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Jonathan,

    You must also be a writer..."quite and secret", very descriptive of the deep woods this time of year. It would make a great title too. Thanks for the great photographs. Here's my contribution to "quite and secret", taken with the M9 and 35mm "cron"
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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Beautiful work Jono. I like the swan (or duck?) and the butterfly shots the best. I've done some shooting with the Noct and ND8 before and it's not easy to get so many good images.

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    Jono, I am by no means a fan of plant photography but you're really intriguing me into it.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Thank you Matt . . . and welcome to the thread too. I think that Bart's point with the poppies related to the same thing - and that I've been better to focus on the second row.
    Here I was moving around trying to get the branch of leaves more into a single plane so that more was in focus.

    all the best
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    Maybe the first two are part of the same issue, and I don't like them as much as this one - which is lovely - with the mysterious yellow blob in the background - excellent.
    Jono: Thanks! It's a car driving towards me.

    I think my first two photos are even more problematic. I like the color and light in the photos, but my point of focus isn't discernible enough to contribute to a visual "understanding" of the image.

    Moving the focus to the second row in your image creates a OOF/IF/OOF relationship that is easier to see because the second row is visually more dominant. In my images there's OOF/can't find the IF/more OOF.

    Maybe, I'm suggesting that every photo needs a "subject"? Especially shooting wide open with a narrow band of IF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Oh! I got so wet today - you can see what was coming here;

    the first sign of catastrophe was the Polish ponies galloping for the trees - then came the hail and rain - okay if you're togged up in waterproofs and wellies . . not so good in walking boots and shorts!
    Here are a couple more

    Jono: These are lovely. Beautiful sky in the first. I'm always partial to Hollyhocks.

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Nothing like a good hollyhock - thanks for the kind words Matt and Kristian! Johnny, your 35 'cron shots are lovely.

    I've got lots more, but here's one from this morning that I liked . . . .


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    Some more:






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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    The swan is charming in its delicate setting.
    And in the second set the brilliant poppies
    with yellow echoes in the distance are delightful.
    Thanks for sharing your fun and imagination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joed View Post
    The swan is charming in its delicate setting.
    And in the second set the brilliant poppies
    with yellow echoes in the distance are delightful.
    Thanks for sharing your fun and imagination.
    Thank you Joed - It's becoming an obsession!

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    Re: Mystery and Imagination - Nature with the Noctilux

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Beautiful. I think this above the others really captures the use of the aperture. I think the close ups are less successful because you expect the narrow depth of field. The landscapes are a little harder because the depth of field is not really pronounced, at least at web image size. The use here is striking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Beautiful. I think this above the others really captures the use of the aperture. I think the close ups are less successful because you expect the narrow depth of field. The landscapes are a little harder because the depth of field is not really pronounced, at least at web image size. The use here is striking.
    Thank you Shashin. This is definitely a work in progress, and I'm really interested in helpful comments.

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