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    A few shots from my wanderings over the last week.









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    Last weekend in Sierra County:


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    Grab shot in my garden

    105-280 at shortest focus.


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    Beautiful images on this page guys...

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    Time for a shot. I had guests.. 35-70 4.0
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    180/2.8 @2.8



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    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
    Time for a shot. I had guests.. 35-70 4.0
    Nice celebration!

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    Thanks I see I used the wrong attachment policy. All these sites are different Once more, decent size
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    Quote Originally Posted by doug View Post
    Last weekend in Sierra County:

    Hello doug,

    It's a great wildlife digital image recorded in the Sierras. You also captured the fresh clean air. All the best, Leica 77

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    A winter image (for a change)
    Last edited by Arne Hvaring; 8th January 2010 at 13:59.

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    Arne - nice to see you back on the DMR thread!

    Here are a few from today.







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    Thank you cmb. I still have a number of unprocessed DMR shots in the "must-take-a-look-at-these-later" folder , here are two more.
    First one with the 2/180 Apo-Summicron at f2, next 2,8/180 Apo stopped down a bit.
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    A few photos from the DMR R9.....when I read posts that the DMR is gone or old technology I laugh inside knowing that it is still a strong contender in the digital SLR sector.

    1.) Butterfly and cone flowers, 180 APO 2.8
    2.)Browns River, Underhill Vermont, 28 Elmarit 2.8
    3.)Morning Glory, 60 macro
    4.)Geese walking on black lake ice not water, 180 APO 2.8
    5.) Vermont Quarry, has fossils from one of the oldest reefs in the world, 28 Elmarit 2.8

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    All of these shots are excellent but the Morning Glory is spectacular.

    Congrats

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    Hi
    This is a recent shot with the R9+DMR and a Sironar 120mm.

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    Blast from the past (in double sense)...

    R9-DMR with 15mm/2.8

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    Lawrence, extraordinary images. Can't take my eyes off them. Wondrous.

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    Time to bring this thread back to life. Great shots on this page. Here are a few of a guy that's been hanging around my yard lately. Last one a crop... Happy with the results from these handheld shots with the DMR and 100mm 2.8 macro.

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    Love 'em, David. Those should be poster shots of what the DMR is capable of producing.

    Kurt

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    I love seeing updates to this thread. The DMR is truly an amazing camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Time to bring this thread back to life. Great shots on this page. Here are a few of a guy that's been hanging around my yard lately. Last one a crop... Happy with the results from these handheld shots with the DMR and 100mm 2.8 macro.
    David I bet nobody understands that the bug is over 2 ft long! Florida can be dangerous. roger

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    Kurt, thanks for the kind words. It really is all about the right tool for the right job. I'd seen this guy a week or so ago and, believe it or not he was mating at the time. I went into the house to get my camera and capture something I'd never seen before, but by the time I got back he was gone. This time it was all ready and set up for him but Mrs. G was nowhere to be seen

    Bill, could not agree with you more. Wish Leica would have kept this series alive with an R10 but it doesn't detract from its capabilities. A bit light in the megapixel category by today's standards but what beautiful pixels they are.

    Roger, miss you buddy... got nobody to have coffee with when you're gone.

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    David

    Hang in thru hurricane season! LOL ..back in sunny florida 11/1 . Should be a lot of action with the new Palm Beach Photographic facility. City kicked in a ton of $$$ and gave them a great location. New Leica store etc.

    Roger

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Bill, could not agree with you more. Wish Leica would have kept this series alive with an R10 but it doesn't detract from its capabilities. A bit light in the megapixel category by today's standards but what beautiful pixels they are.
    I moved from the DMR to Sony for weight reduction more than anything else and to tell the truth, I'm not convinced the Sony's 25 MP captures anything that the Leica's 10 MP do not. However, the difference between 16-bit and 12-bit color is very noticeable.
    Last edited by Bill_Green; 29th August 2009 at 19:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Here are a few of a guy that's been hanging around my yard lately..
    Way to go David!!!

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    Dear All,

    After all the talk about the new M9 and X1 recently, I thought I would post this picture of springtime in my hometown, Christchurch, New Zealand. I still love my DMR very much!

    Best regards
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    Last edited by jamesto; 13th September 2009 at 12:57. Reason: Grammar correction

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    Two portraits of one of my daughters during a stop at our local cafe.

    DMR, R9, 90mm ASPH at f2.0
    Processed in C1.

    It is still a great portrait setup...

    Peter

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    James - a little late but Welcome to DetDPI! Nice to see another DMR user.

    Peter - you are right the DMR is a great portrait setup. Wonderful pose you caught in the second image, nice.

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    Another portrait, today with R9/DMR and 90/f2.0 ASPH.

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    I am getting ready to take a few days to shoot the fall colors and took the DMR out this morning to make sure it was still working well. This is my youngest son at the skate park. I used the 21-35mm here.


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    Shooting a bit of the fall colours over the next few days. Here is one from today. Lots of rain, but it came out ok.

    This was the DMR and 100mm APO.


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    Rob, very nice. Can't wait to see more as you shoot over the next days. I really like the DMR in rainy overcast light. It handles the color beautifully. It manages to pick up all the subtleties and renders with such richness, never flat in these type of conditions (I had similar light in posts 311/312 above). Nicely composed.

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    I find the DMR just excells in shooting landscape. It seems to handle the extremes better than the M8; especially the highlights.

    Robert

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesto View Post
    Dear All,

    After all the talk about the new M9 and X1 recently, I thought I would post this picture of springtime in my hometown, Christchurch, New Zealand. I still love my DMR very much!

    Best regards
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    Nice image really plays to the DMR s strength....you can see the detail just keep going.

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    Here are some more from my fall trip. From the Economy area of the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia. The Bay of Fundy area has some of the highest tides in the world. The area where these pictures were shot have over a fifty foot tide range, so these rocks would be well under water at high tide.

    These areas were very dark and I found it hard to focus. When I saw the images on the preview, I was surprised with the vibrant colour. It reminded me of Antelope Canyon, in that your eyes didn't see much colour in the rock because of the dim light, but when you sow the images the rocks just glowed.






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    Beautiful photos, Rob. I can imagine these pictures printed huge

    Here's one from last weekend:



    R8/DMR, 280mm f/4 APO

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    Vermont fall river rock R9 DMR 35-70 F4 zoom lens.

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    A couple more from the beach. The waterfall close up is a stitch of about three images, the vertical about six images.




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    Quote Originally Posted by doug View Post
    Beautiful photos, Rob. I can imagine these pictures printed huge

    Here's one from last weekend:



    R8/DMR, 280mm f/4 APO
    Doug:

    You didn't shoot that with your 60mm Macro

    I need a printer now. Last year I meant to buy a large printer like a 3800, but put it off. I really don't enjoy inkjet printing. I had more fun making Ilfochromes/Ciabachromes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitnaros View Post
    Two portraits of one of my daughters during a stop at our local cafe.

    DMR, R9, 90mm ASPH at f2.0
    Processed in C1.

    It is still a great portrait setup...

    Peter
    About the one and only real criticism I had of my R system (R9, DMR etc) was the overly yellowish character of the skin tones. (Much like the Nikon files IMHO). I still see it here and wonder what can be done to get consistent skin tones that are realistic. Love your work, just an observation about what is otherwise one of the truly great digital cameras made to date

    Woody

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    Robert

    You and Doug Herr really represent the best of what can be done with this imager. Congratulations to both of you.

    No need to get crazy about medium format when you can get these results with a much more lightweight and portable rig

    Woody

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    A few more Vermont fall river views with the DMR R9.....35-70 F4 and 180 APO F2.8.....Tom.

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    Tom:

    The DMR likes that APO glass.

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    Another one from the beach. This one had some sunlight reflecting in from the left. I used the 19mm and stitched together about four images.


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    Robert, nice set of photos from Nova Scotia....my grandmother lived there as a child and I would like to take a trip there some summer to look up family history and take some photos. Maybe with the "new Leica R solution" or an M9.....Tom.

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    An injured Swainson's Hawk:



    This hawk is nine years old and has been in the care of wildlife rehabilitators nearly all his life. He hatched in a nest that wildlife biologists had been monitoring, and on his first flight he crashed into the biologists' car, permanently injuring his right wing.

    R8/DMR, 280mm f/4 APO-Telyt-R

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    nice hawk doug..
    here is a leaf still life I shot in garden yesterday am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    I find the DMR just excells in shooting landscape. It seems to handle the extremes better than the M8; especially the highlights.

    Robert
    Hey Robert

    Do you think this is due to 16 Bit processing or what?

    Best

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Hey Robert

    Do you think this is due to 16 Bit processing or what?

    Best

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    I suspect the 16 bit makes the difference. I have both a M8 and a DMR and I still find the DMR files are better.

    Robert

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