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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    So on a recent visit to Schloss Burgk in Thuringia / Germany "stupid me" forgot to change camera settings to write dngs ...

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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Especially like #3!

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    And the inevitable follow-up shot on the night...

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    The Still Before the Storm

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    Looking norh to Lummi and Orcas Islands (San Juan Islands)

    The storm that was forcast for this weekend as a cyclone, never hit here but the skies were great!

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    Looking North on the Sound



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    Costa Brava, San Jose:
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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    In NYC yesterday. Cliche images, but it was a very nice afternoon. I had the red filter but for some reason didn't feel like black skies, so I left it off.

    All with the AA50

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    Dave, that last one is hardly cliche'.

    Nice image.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Dave, that last one is hardly cliche'.

    Nice image.

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    +1. Beautiful scapes Dave.
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    Found out a couple of days ago my work was featured by Leica.

    http://blog.leica-camera.com/2016/12...relationships/
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    Congratulations Allen! Nice article and great images.

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    Congratulations Allen! Nice article and great images.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Quote Originally Posted by airfrogusmc View Post
    Found out a couple of days ago my work was featured by Leica.

    http://blog.leica-camera.com/2016/12...relationships/
    Wonderfully insightful work and intelligent article!

    I especially liked this statement:

    "In my opinion something needs to separate an individualís work from all the pictures of just people photographed on the street".

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    Allen very insightful comments to accompany your lovely work. In the 70's I embarked along with my mentor, worked on chance encounters of individuals, mostly on the streets and the envions of NYC. I continued that project into the mid 80's and your work greatly inspired me to get back out there, so to speak. Congrats on the Leica Blog article.

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    Thank you Mark and Dave.

    Glad to hear that I had a positive influence on you Dave. I am hopelessly addicted to the ever changing street environment. I love the uncertainty and the ability in very rare moments to see some kind of clarity in chaos that is the street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airfrogusmc View Post
    Thank you Mark and Dave.

    Glad to hear that I had a positive influence on you Dave. I am hopelessly addicted to the ever changing street environment. I love the uncertainty and the ability in very rare moments to see some kind of clarity in chaos that is the street.
    When younger and photographing on the streets of N.Y, I did so with abandonment of getting the shot first before being concerned about possible conseqences. It allowed me to solely concentrate on the evloving imagery. Being both youthful then, along with being in a different time where cameras on the street in general weren't prevelant everywhere and people suspecious of being photographed, alllowed for a more free spirit of practicing the craft.

    Even photographing law enforcement confrontations or street altercations/interactions were more the norm rather than the exception. Life's responsibilites and especially moving away from the big city also has a lot to do with changes in both the type and style of photography I generally practice today, but my heart and spirit are still with the street.

    As you pointed out, street photography is not about photographing people on the street, its capturing a fleeting moment in time that tell a story.

    Even my mentor who was well known for his reportage work eventually moved back to Paris and saw a changing world especially with regards to street imagery and gravated to sculpture while well into his 90's

    Again not just the on the Leica blog but have enjoyed your other posted work here and elsewhere. Same with the many excellent images in this thread taken by yourself and many others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    When younger and photographing on the streets of N.Y, I did so with abandonment of getting the shot first before being concerned about possible conseqences. It allowed me to solely concentrate on the evloving imagery. Being both youthful then, along with being in a different time where cameras on the street in general weren't prevelant everywhere and people suspecious of being photographed, alllowed for a more free spirit of practicing the craft.

    Even photographing law enforcement confrontations or street altercations/interactions were more the norm rather than the exception. Life's responsibilites and especially moving away from the big city also has a lot to do with changes in both the type and style of photography I generally practice today, but my heart and spirit are still with the street.

    As you pointed out, street photography is not about photographing people on the street, its capturing a fleeting moment in time that tell a story.

    Even my mentor who was well known for his reportage work eventually moved back to Paris and saw a changing world especially with regards to street imagery and gravated to sculpture while well into his 90's

    Again not just the on the Leica blog but have enjoyed your other posted work here and elsewhere. Same with the many excellent images in this thread.

    Dave (D&A)
    Thank you Dave....

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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    On the subject of staying with a situation on the street, did anyone else identify with the press photog who was on the scene yesterday in Turkey when a gunman shot the Russian ambassador? Would you have stayed in the room and kept shooting? (He said he had a small wall to get behind, but that can't have been much protection.)

    BTW, given the shooter's conservative dress, the pictures are almost B/W.

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    Yeah I probably would have. I wouldn't know 100% until in the situation but I think I would have stayed.

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    I know for myself perspectives change with age and time. I believe when in my youth I would have stayed without thinking much about safety and ongoing situatuon but now I'm so certain.

    Not that many years ago when photographing John Kerry and his wife at a very special commemorative outdoor event when he was running for President, I was caught in a tight security situation in Wash. D.C where orders were given to clear out by secret service. I sort of had blinders on in order to get the shots although it wasn't long before I felt two strong firm hands tightly grab my collar and forced to follow directions and was quickly brought back to reality.

    So when photographing in the heat of the moment, sometimes good rational judgement takes 2nd place.

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    Safe Photography Zone here...for now anyway

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    Re: Fun with the Leica M Monochrom

    Here are some MM, actually 99% of these. Some are M9P/BW.
    Hard to tell with web resolution but there is a difference.

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    The full set is here:
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    Stick in the....frozen lake



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    in the cage

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    A link that now works:
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    Quote Originally Posted by geotrupes View Post
    Here are some MM, actually 99% of these. Some are M9P/BW.
    Hard to tell with web resolution but there is a difference.

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    Coalisland Canal



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    My world .... Marriott upper east side watching the Super Bowl

    First outing with my new Monochrom 246 & 28/1.4

    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"
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    From a visit to Oslo. MM with Voigtlšnder Ultron 35/1.7 VM.

    Park Entrance by Magnus Johansson, on Flickr

    The Bench by Magnus Johansson, on Flickr
    Leica Monochrom, Olympus EM-5, Ricoh GR
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    M246, Elmar 90/4 (triplet), yellow filter, SilverEffex 2 (preset)

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    another one...

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    A couple from the M246 & 75 APO



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    Got out for a couple of hours today






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    A few from a coulee of weeks ago














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    Quote Originally Posted by airfrogusmc View Post
    For some reason your images aren't showing on the page. I always look forward to your photos but can't see these.

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    @airfrogusmc:

    Quote Originally Posted by skimmel View Post
    For some reason your images aren't showing on the page. I always look forward to your photos but can't see these.
    I can't see them either. However, as there are several 'likes', I guess some people can.

    Any explanation?
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