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    A few florals with the M 10






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    Re: Fun with the M 10

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    Absolutely love this! Thanks for sharing!

    With a little more spare time this week, I am slowly working my way through this wonderful thread. It is going to take awhile because I am catching up and index finger fatigue sets in after a few minutes of constantly hitting the "Like" button repeatedly !!!!!!
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    Thanks Dave.

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    M 10 and Voigtlander 50 1.2 Nokton












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    Got out for a couple of hours this morning




















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    From Denmark, Hvide Sande
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    Re: Fun with the M 10

    A sea change is on the horizon.

    The Leica M10 is clearly the best compact system in my opinion for what I prefer to use, regardless of the excellent systems available now. While I revel in the MFD systems for (and the bigger and heavier the equipment the more I like it), there does need to be a Leica M digital to fill that need. Not that I travel... it rarely occurs, but simply to have with me with all the advantages the M system offers.

    My journey is coming full circle... or actually, it is squaring up. From M3 and M6 to M digital. What intrigues me now is how next year will reveal itself in photographic endeavors. M8/M9/ME/...etc...M10???

    Thanks to all of the posters on this thread above, it will be like coming home.

    M rocks as always!

    Edit: Simplifying life is one of my goals yet so elusive...
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    Edit: Simplifying life is one of my goals yet so elusive...
    You have come to the right place. We will always find way to spend your money to simplify...

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    Walkaboout the Israel museum with M10-D and 24 Elmarit


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    With my trusty old Nokton Classic MC 35/1.4


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    Nooksack River



    Seeking an isolated spot, I found this recent favorite corner of the Nooksack River in the Mount Baker National Forest

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    I never know where to post in this forum!

    Went out to feed reindeer yesterday with my Sami friends, terrible photography conditions, bright sun, lots of snow and deep shadows. Interestingly, it was a good test for my ability to shoot with the M with animals, I shot just over 300 images, which is a lot more than I normally would, out of that 300, 9 were not focussed where I wanted them to be, that is by far the best ratio I have ever achieved. They aren't fast moving and stand around a lot, but even so, I was super impressed.

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    Mount Shuksan



    Another from my drive up to the Mount Baker National Forest for "self-isolation" on Friday afternoon. 90mm "Fat" Tele-Elmarit

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    Wandering about, trying not to slide off the mountain in bloody dangerous conditions! The melt is underway here but some very cold nights still see everything freezing up again.

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    I never know where to post in this forum!

    Went out to feed reindeer yesterday with my Sami friends, terrible photography conditions, bright sun, lots of snow and deep shadows. Interestingly, it was a good test for my ability to shoot with the M with animals, I shot just over 300 images, which is a lot more than I normally would, out of that 300, 9 were not focussed where I wanted them to be, that is by far the best ratio I have ever achieved. They aren't fast moving and stand around a lot, but even so, I was super impressed.
    With all your fascinating stories of your Sami friends and reindeer, I'm still waiting for an image with someone dressed as Santa among the reindeer, picking out which ones who will travel with him by sleigh to the North Pole. Yes, I know it's it's corny but I think would make a great image. This coming from a kid who grew up on the streets of N.Y.C. believing milk came from a milk producing factory that delivered their product direct to the supermarket. What did I know? LOL!

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    With all your fascinating stories of your Sami friends and reindeer, I'm still waiting for an image with someone dressed as Santa among the reindeer, picking out which ones who will travel with him by sleigh to the North Pole. Yes, I know it's it's corny but I think would make a great image. This coming from a kid who grew up on the streets of N.Y.C. believing milk came from a milk producing factory that delivered their product direct to the supermarket. What did I know? LOL!

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    Ha! I had our grandsons convinced for years that chocolate milk came from brown cows!!!
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    Ha! I had our grandsons convinced for years that chocolate milk came from brown cows!!!
    Where else would it come from?
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    Here is how you get chocolate and vanilla ice-cream..

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    Morning

    I have hardly used the 75 'cron so had a wander about yesterday with a neighbour and took a couple if shots, it has a really nice way of rendering. One under natural light, one under strobes.



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    Mat, agreed. IMO, all the 75’s are great. The little Summarit is a gem, if you can find one. As it is not listed as current production anymore I think Leica must have discontinued it because it was too good!

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    Nice time of year now, snow is melting and causing little rivers to form but still cold enough for icicles to be forming.

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    I think we should change this threads title to Mat's fun with his M10!

    Something a little random today, love the colours in these rocks by the river, have photographed them many times but never anything interesting beyond the cracks and lines. Snow has melted enough to get down to them today and spotted this great contrasting stone so grabbed a shot. The river will cover this soon and new stuff gets washed away and deposited, like a constantly changing canvas, nice.

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    Re: Fun with the M 10

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    I think we should change this threads title to Mat's fun with his M10!
    Let's see... iPhone .. Little Fuji .. Cannon .. Big Fuji .. Mamiya .. Epson (?!!) .. Graflex .. Ah, here we are! Leica .. Q .. SL .. S .. M2 (what's THAT doing there?). Nope. Not an M 10 in the bunch. Sorry Mat, can't help.

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    Haha, well clearly you don’t have enough camera’s Matt, maybe time to treat yourself?
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    I think we should change this threads title to Mat's fun with his M10!
    You are doing so well we really don't want to interrupt...

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    Let's see... iPhone .. Little Fuji .. Cannon .. Big Fuji .. Mamiya .. Epson (?!!) .. Graflex .. Ah, here we are! Leica .. Q .. SL .. S .. M2 (what's THAT doing there?). Nope. Not an M 10 in the bunch. Sorry Mat, can't help.

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    I'm kind of with Mat on this one. Why don't you have an M10? Kind of an odd place to stop after buying so many others.
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    Spring is here! Took this an hour ago, nice.

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    Wandering about this morning, it still feels chilly although a lot of snow has gone.

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    Thought the sky yesterday had good clouds for black and white, just a quick grab shot from the river. Snowed overnight again so all white again this morning.

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    Cool clouds today on my trip in to Luleå the local large town here, had to drive around looking for a good spot to capture the town and the cloud together. The sea here is still frozen but not far off breaking up, won't be walking on it now anyway! a few weeks back you could drive out to the islands on the ice which is pretty cool.

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    Thought I'd drive up to a flying museum today on the way home from town, not been before and it was closed but they have this cool old plane mounted up on the road. Clear skies for the most part so thought I'd try something a little different, heavy black and white, more stylised look. I think it sort of works.



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    ...but they have this cool old plane mounted up on the road.
    That is a SAAB 29. First flown in 1948. It stayed in service until the 1970s. A very successful aircraft.
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    Hmm, no love for the high contrast black and white, I think they're cool, really graphic and look fantastic printed! Oh well, maybe back to a little colour.

    Walked past the cathedral in Luleå the other day, surprisingly difficult to get such a big building centred and lined up, any deviation in this is clearly down to shoddy workmanship rather than shoddy camera skills. I've actually toned the color down a bit in this, everything is incredibly bright at this time of year.

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