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    Another Panorama from the San Juan Trip. Anybody notice something strange in it?


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    Other than the little zz top car and the frog driving, I would say that the same guy is in three places...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Other than the little zz top car and the frog driving, I would say that the same guy is in three places...
    Yes, it was a three image shift and stich Pano. That is Ray Harms wandering around in the image

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    Another Panorama from the San Juan Trip. Anybody notice something strange in it?

    Triplets.

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    Guy is not in it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
    Guy is not in it?
    No, he was still sipping his coffee.

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    Here is the DMR with Flexcolor processing.


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    Caution, Salesman at work


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    Last weekend in the Lassen area

    R8/DMR, 560mm f/6.8 Telyt, shoulder stock & monopod, UET-R extension tube.

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    Very nice Doug... you are rock solid with that long lens and just a shoulder stock. With a minimum aperture of f/6.8 you can't have had too fast a shutter speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Very nice Doug... you are rock solid with that long lens and just a shoulder stock. With a minimum aperture of f/6.8 you can't have had too fast a shutter speed.
    1/350 sec. The monopod is a big help, I rarely use the shoulder stock alone.

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    Riders in a sea mist 105-280
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    Hi
    Here is a recent still life of mine
    Cheers
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    R9+DMR,Apo-Macro-Elmarit 100mm.

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    Welcome Pedro and wonderful image you have posted.

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    Thanks,cmb.
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    DMR + 180/2.8 @ 2.8



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    Nice shot cmb.
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    Two gerberas.

    R9+DMR,Apo-Macro-Elmarit 100mm,flashes.

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    DMR + 180/2.8 f/5.6



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    Nice bokeh.
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    Re: DMR Image Thread

    If you forgive the film intrusion, I took some photos of similar subject matter a few years ago. In California, they call them Mexican sunflowers...this was with the R9, 100mm APO and Delta 100


    And this one was with the M7 and 75mm f/1.4 summilux

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
    Riders in a sea mist 105-280
    Lovely image Jaap

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    Here's one from last week. I'm still shopping around in Capture One, FlexColor and Lightroom to find the right workflow and converter. This one is FlexColor.

    R9, DMR, 80mm Summilux-R f/1.4 @ f/3.4


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    Beautiful shot Thorsten! I love the colors.

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    Very very nice!

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    LOVE THE B&W STU .......
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    OVERGAARCOM : TRES SWEET LITTLE GIRL

    best-H

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    both: 560mm f/6.8, DMR @ISO 400
    1/2000 sec @ f/6.8, handheld with shoulder stock from kayak

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    As always amazing results from you Doug.

    I wonder what lightmetering you use and if you adjust -/+ as a general rule or ever?

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    I went out on the boat to watch a Tueday night race and here are a few images I got with the 400mm f6.8.






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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    I went out on the boat to watch a Tueday night race and here are a few images I got with the 400mm f6.8.
    Beautiful photos, Robert. The f/6.8 Telyts are greatly undervalued IMHO.

    Quote Originally Posted by overgaarcom View Post
    As always amazing results from you Doug.

    I wonder what lightmetering you use and if you adjust -/+ as a general rule or ever?
    I make a few test exposures then chimp the histogram to be sure I'm not clipping highlights or shadows. The camera's metering system most often is on manual. I do this is particularly when I have a subject like these grebes with extensive areas of both white and black plumage.

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    Doug - interesting. I don't quite understand what the "chimp the histogram" means..?

    I usually use an external Minolta IVf lightmeter to measure the light and go from there (on all shots), except I glued the plastic and that ruined the whole thing. Looking for another one, but that is how I do no matter what camera I use (even the R8/R9 lightmeter is extremely precise in most cases)

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    Another R9 DMR shot. I did four days of Roskilde Festival 2008 here in Denmark which was ca. 20 concert shooting for my part. And that seemed to really make the R9 DMR "my" camera. With short time for each shoot, changing lights and colors, you get a good feel for what the camera can do. In all, I find it very much like film which is about the best compliment there is in my book.

    Here's a shot that was not on a stage but a private portrait shooting.



    Cee-Lo Green (aka Thomas Callaway) of Gnarls Barkley, July 2008. Leica R9 with DMR, 80mm f/1.4 Summilux-R @ f/4.0, 200 ISO, DNG-file converted using Imacon/Hasselblad Flexcolor 4.8.6. I like the film look and soul-rock feel of this picture, thanks to the 80mm rendering of sunlight directly intos he lens (with a 60 cm gold reflector beaming the light back - as you can see in sunglas), as well as the overall capabilities of the DMR. Using Lightroom or Adobe Photoshop RAW plug-in simply does not produce the same sharpness and the same 'feel' to this picture. Imacon has a special way of treating light, and after all it's both their DMR software as well as FlexColor software...

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    Quote Originally Posted by overgaarcom View Post
    Doug - interesting. I don't quite understand what the "chimp the histogram" means..?
    I review the histogram right away to verify correct exposure.

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    Thanks doug. That make sense.

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    Did you get any shots of Seasick Steve? he's an old friend of mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overgaarcom View Post
    Another R9 DMR shot. I did four days of Roskilde Festival 2008 here in Denmark which was ca. 20 concert shooting for my part. And that seemed to really make the R9 DMR "my" camera. With short time for each shoot, changing lights and colors, you get a good feel for what the camera can do. In all, I find it very much like film which is about the best compliment there is in my book.

    Here's a shot that was not on a stage but a private portrait shooting.



    Cee-Lo Green (aka Thomas Callaway) of Gnarls Barkley, July 2008. Leica R9 with DMR, 80mm f/1.4 Summilux-R @ f/4.0, 200 ISO, DNG-file converted using Imacon/Hasselblad Flexcolor 4.8.6. I like the film look and soul-rock feel of this picture, thanks to the 80mm rendering of sunlight directly intos he lens (with a 60 cm gold reflector beaming the light back - as you can see in sunglas), as well as the overall capabilities of the DMR. Using Lightroom or Adobe Photoshop RAW plug-in simply does not produce the same sharpness and the same 'feel' to this picture. Imacon has a special way of treating light, and after all it's both their DMR software as well as FlexColor software...

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    Hello. This is a grate machine and I like it more and more. So I hope to contribute with pictures here.

    this one is with the 35/70 2.8 and processed in Aperture.
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:49.

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    280/4
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:49.

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    same lens.
    Too bird
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:49.

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    same lens
    same place
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:49.

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    macro
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gero View Post
    Hello. This is a grate machine and I like it more and more. So I hope to contribute with pictures here.

    this one is with the 35/70 2.8 and processed in Aperture.
    Geronimo:

    I really like this shot. The out of the norm diagonal composition makes the picture.

    Robert

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    Robert, I like the zoom for that, you can see out of focus and also with the viewfinder larger than the frame & with the ground glass screen you can really feel your way arround.

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    yesterday I shot flamingos at low speeds at dusk and even if the pictures are not perfect, I like the look.
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:49.

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    so I guess we should not be afraid to use the 280/4 at speeds of 1/12 os so.
    I don't think that I am particulary good at holding steel.
    Last edited by gero; 23rd September 2009 at 11:50.

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    One from Burkina Faso, Africa. Just editing pictures from there and this one is a bonus. Didn't think any of it, but his expression is great. It's a 50% crop, R9 DMR, 80mm Summilux-R f/1.4 @ f/8


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    A shot from the streets of Denmark from today; my daughter fresh from the hairdresser, R9 DMR, 80mm Summilux-R f/1.4 @ f/3.4. 200 ISO, edit through Lightroom and some PS adjustments of eyes, highlights/shadows.


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    Beautiful shot Thorsten! Either you or your wife must have very good genes...
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    Thorsten - lovely shot of your daughter. I find 3.4 a very sweet spot for portraits with the 80 Lux. Tell your daughter her hair looks great!

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    Thorsten,
    Nice shot and beautiful daughter. I find that the 80lux/DMR makes a great shooting combination.
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    Thanks. Here's another one of her, but not as technically perfect as the above. But it might show why I start to get a bit nervous as a parent... She's just turned 12 years.

    I prefer the 80mm at f/1.4 but some back-focusing have made me use the 80mm mostly on f/4.0 to f/5.6. But this one is at f/2.0.


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