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    I had a chance to take some pics today. Here's one of them (D3x, 24-70):


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Here's a street photo for you; Sukhumvit road in Bangkok, hidden among all the concrete. Think about it: 40 years ago, the temples were the landmarks of Bangkok

    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 24mm and f/9

    This is reeeaaallyy good!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    I had a chance to take some pics today. Here's one of them (D3x, 24-70):
    I like it; "Little boat, big boat"

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    I had a chance to take some pics today. Here's one of them (D3x, 24-70):

    Beautiful light... wonderful shot. Interesting contrast of boats. Nice.

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    amazing

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    Impressive city views, Alex and Jorgen.

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    Alex, Your photo is so beautiful with the reflections and warm colors.

    Jorgen, Love all the detail in your shot. Were you up in a tall building to get that POV... or flying over?
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    Alex: wonderful shot! The light is terrific. Avery clear example of the power of the D3X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Jorgen, Love all the detail in your shot. Were you up in a tall building to get that POV... or flying over?
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    Here's and oldie, from 2006. Poipet in Cambodia.

    S3 with 50mm f/1.8 @ f/2.0


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    Thank you everybody for your kind comments!

    Here's another one - that's our White House (D3x, 24-70):


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    Some impressive stuff posted here lately.
    Alex, you've almost convinced me that the D3x is the way to go; wonderful colours and great DR, but I'll wait until a smaller body appears, no more monster cameras for me I'm afraid...

    Jorgen, great "oldie"!

    While on the subject of oldies, here are two from me, both with the D2x.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Thank you everybody for your kind comments!

    Here's another one - that's our White House (D3x, 24-70):
    Stunning photo Alex... really beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    ...can't let Corian down. Here are a couple from Labor Day.




    Oh Cindy, your images are full of heart and soul. for once i found myself absorbed in the images and not at all interested in the gear and how you shot it i.e. just the completed results

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Thank you everybody for your kind comments!

    Here's another one - that's our White House (D3x, 24-70):
    Really amazing to see that perspective, Alex. Very creative and effective image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Hvaring View Post
    Some impressive stuff posted here lately.
    Alex, you've almost convinced me that the D3x is the way to go; wonderful colours and great DR, but I'll wait until a smaller body appears, no more monster cameras for me I'm afraid...

    Jorgen, great "oldie"!

    While on the subject of oldies, here are two from me, both with the D2x.
    Very nice. Nothing wrong with that D2x either. Well done.

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    A little lace from a walk around the pond this morning. Aside from lusting for new bits of German camera stuff, working, and mowing, I haven't done much shooting. I'm beginning to think it's like jogging for exercise, once you get in the habit, you start to feel bad when you don't do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    A little lace from a walk around the pond this morning. Aside from lusting for new bits of German camera stuff, working, and mowing, I haven't done much shooting. I'm beginning to think it's like jogging for exercise, once you get in the habit, you start to feel bad when you don't do it.
    Wow. Gorgeous shot, Tim.

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    Hey, thanks Lloyd!

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    Tim, I love it! Keep 'em coming. Lets try to control the German camera lust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Tim, I love it! Keep 'em coming. Lets try to control the German camera lust.
    Yeah, no kidding, I find myself musing through the Leica M forums more than I care to admit, here lately. I keep telling myself that it isn't always just a bed of roses. Sometimes there is a little stink to go along with it as well.
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    I was comparing the size difference between my D700 and a M9 this morning. Just wanted to make sure my Nikon wasn't really that much bigger and heavier. Well, if you take away the hump from the viewfinder and the grip, they are pretty close in size, specially if you add one of those grips to the M9, but the Nikon weights at least a peanut butter and jelly sandwich more.

    I don't know if the image quality difference would really be that noticeable to me, as I haven't really been able to pick out that special digital Leica image quality that people talk about, by viewing images on the Web. Maybe you have to see prints.
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    One thing about Nikon, is even though the prime lenses are not as good as Leitz, they are still pretty decent, for what you pay for them. I recently got the 28 2.8D and I'm really pretty impressed with it, although many people on the Internet have said it's a poor performer. Here is a recent one with it. The one above was with the Sigma 50 1.4, which had problems and had to be sent back. The one above it I think was the 130.00$ 50 1.8D
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    Clay, thanks for sharing your extended views, i guess we've been a lot to follow a similar train of thoughts lately -including spending a great deal of time scrutinizig the M9 pictures in reports. Leica inded achieve a terrific job on the marketing side towards our community (photographers in general).

    Thanks for supporting your comments with these beautiful pictures. It's comforting and quite interesting to see these results from lower cost primes.

    And as far as details are going, from the many samples available now there's really not a lot to be ashamed from -and even less than nothing as soon as relative lowlight gets in the way.

    Despite some unquestionnable Leica great traits, ISO 320+ details and IQ of M9 samples have been quite a disappointment for me.
    Definitely a good reason to wait quietly... and see what's happening next.

    And take a lot of gratifying pictures -like yours- in the meantime
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    I love that there's a Nikon. And I love that there's a Leica. I'm very fortunate to have both and quite willing to wait a bit while savoring the anticipation of perhaps someday owning an M9. These are very exciting times if you like photography!

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    I love that there's a Nikon. And I love that there's a Leica. I'm very fortunate to have both and quite willing to wait a bit while savoring the anticipation of perhaps someday owning an M9. These are very exciting times if you like photography!
    Hi Tim - don't get me wrong my remarks above go for the M8, too. Except for critical work, i guess you can easily live with the idea of owning one And to say the truth all this M9 craze indeed made me seriously think about getting an M8.2 at a sensible price down the road. Would work nice with a CV 90 and ZM 50 & 35 for a complementary approach to the Nikon.

    But for all production shooting, D700 did not lose a bit of its great qualities (details, studio, focus control and high ISO especially. Which is incidentally a lot).

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    Nay, Corlan. I'm not attempting to defend either one or put one above the next. Just celebrating the fact that there are so many different and great tools available with which to approach the craft. As far as I'm concerned they all have something excellent to offer and I've seen beautiful examples of what they can do right here on this forum. My "fan loyalty" stops with the UCONN Huskies college basketball team. Beyond that, it's a terrific buffet and endlessly tasty.

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    I guess I'm leaning to architecture photography these days (D3x, 24-70):



    Forgot to mention - poliriser and ND grad is used.

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    Another beauty Alex! You've got some great buildings to shoot.

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    Trying this on for size. Pushed a curve here and there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Nay, Corlan. I'm not attempting to defend either one or put one above the next. Just celebrating the fact that there are so many different and great tools available with which to approach the craft. As far as I'm concerned they all have something excellent to offer and I've seen beautiful examples of what they can do right here on this forum. My "fan loyalty" stops with the UCONN Huskies college basketball team. Beyond that, it's a terrific buffet and endlessly tasty.
    I actually think they're very complementary approachs. And that you're quite a happy guy having both at your disposal.

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    Tim- this pond image makes me think of your previous abstract work posted earlier this summer. I've mentionned that i've been working on some parrallel stuff for an upcoming exhibition project along abstract paintings. There's two series, here's a couple from the one based on "colors of Nature":

    (practically no PP)


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    Corlan, these abstract are wonderful! Million thanks for posting them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Nay, Corlan. I'm not attempting to defend either one or put one above the next. Just celebrating the fact that there are so many different and great tools available with which to approach the craft. As far as I'm concerned they all have something excellent to offer and I've seen beautiful examples of what they can do right here on this forum.
    Completely agree with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Tim- this pond image makes me think of your previous abstract work posted earlier this summer. I've mentionned that i've been working on some parrallel stuff for an upcoming exhibition project along abstract paintings. There's two series, here's a couple from the one based on "colors of Nature":

    (practically no PP)
    Wonderful colors Corlan! The green feels perfect. I like the concept and I'll bet the show is very well received. Best of luck with it!

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    Corlan, your abstracts are so interesting! And they're pretty original... at least to me!

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    Thanks Osman, Tim, Alex for the kind words and appreciation.

    Tim the green one is actually my favorite, but of course the first ones picked were the last two posted and i had to kid of force the green one in (the print looks good, so everyone's happy now). Thanks for your wishes, it's still in project stage though for now 'cause the oil painters are late -including a couple of my own that i trickfully squeezed in .

    Can't trust an artist to deliver on time

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    Quote Originally Posted by clay stewart View Post
    I was comparing the size difference between my D700 and a M9 this morning. Just wanted to make sure my Nikon wasn't really that much bigger and heavier. Well, if you take away the hump from the viewfinder and the grip, they are pretty close in size, specially if you add one of those grips to the M9, but the Nikon weights at least a peanut butter and jelly sandwich more.

    I don't know if the image quality difference would really be that noticeable to me, as I haven't really been able to pick out that special digital Leica image quality that people talk about, by viewing images on the Web. Maybe you have to see prints.
    It is hard to distinguish the differences sometimes. I've been a Leica shooter since 1968, and shooting Nikon since 1974, with some forays into other territory, including large and medium format, along the way. Good photography is good photography, and the strength of the image is hardly dependent on "glow", or any other lens or camera or film or digital sensor signature. That said, I do love my Leicas, film and digital (M8, for now). The glass is wonderful, but the eye, heart and mind of the user are much significant to the ultimate outcome. Speaking of which, this is a wonderful portrait of a face full of character. Excellent b/w conversion as well. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clay stewart View Post
    One thing about Nikon, is even though the prime lenses are not as good as Leitz, they are still pretty decent, for what you pay for them. I recently got the 28 2.8D and I'm really pretty impressed with it, although many people on the Internet have said it's a poor performer. Here is a recent one with it. The one above was with the Sigma 50 1.4, which had problems and had to be sent back. The one above it I think was the 130.00$ 50 1.8D
    Another excellent image, and a wonderful b/w. Yup... no excuse for inexpensive glass required. Art is art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    I guess I'm leaning to architecture photography these days (D3x, 24-70):



    Forgot to mention - poliriser and ND grad is used.
    Glad you're leaning that way... I'm certainly enjoying the results. Nice.

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    Nay, Corlan. I'm not attempting to defend either one or put one above the next. Just celebrating the fact that there are so many different and great tools available with which to approach the craft. As far as I'm concerned they all have something excellent to offer and I've seen beautiful examples of what they can do right here on this forum. My "fan loyalty" stops with the UCONN Huskies college basketball team. Beyond that, it's a terrific buffet and endlessly tasty.
    Amen. From a brother in arms.

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    Trying this on for size. Pushed a curve here and there...
    Another stunner. But for the rings and the bubbles, I would have never guessed reflexion. Love the processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Tim- this pond image makes me think of your previous abstract work posted earlier this summer. I've mentionned that i've been working on some parrallel stuff for an upcoming exhibition project along abstract paintings. There's two series, here's a couple from the one based on "colors of Nature":

    (practically no PP)
    Beautiful series. Love to see more. When/where is your exhibition.
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    Beautiful series. Love to see more. When/where is you exhibition.
    Hi Lloyd -thanks for the support
    Locations are Paris area then Brussels, as said above we're kinda waiting for the last paintings delivery (late, late, late) so dates TBD.

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    Hi Lloyd -thanks for the support
    Locations are Paris area then Brussels, as said above we're kinda waiting for the last paintings delivery (late, late, late) so dates TBD.
    Wish I could attend whenever, certain to be a good one. Best of luck with all the preparations, and the exhibition.

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    Arne, those D2X shots (post # 1012) are so good. Perfect product image. And a beautiful dreamy painting-like wallhanger.
    Do you still have that great 'old APS-C monster machine' as well, from 'the long gone days of lower ISO' ?
    I like its sparkling colours as well as the well exposed rendering of white in the food shot.

    And Jorgen, I also love that Barber Shop picture (post # 1010) from your good ol' S3.

    Here's one from another 'old' camera, a D50. The Nile, Egypt, by night.



    Nikon D50 Nikon AF-S 18-70mm 30 sec. at f/8 ISO 200

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    Here's a few with the D700 and the Zeiss 35mm f2 lens.

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    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by bondo View Post
    Arne, those D2X shots (post # 1012) are so good. Perfect product image. And a beautiful dreamy painting-like wallhanger.
    Do you still have that great 'old APS-C monster machine' as well, from 'the long gone days of lower ISO' ?
    I like its sparkling colours as well as the well exposed rendering of white in the food shot.

    And Jorgen, I also love that Barber Shop picture (post # 1010) from your good ol' S3.

    Here's one from another 'old' camera, a D50. The Nile, Egypt, by night.



    Nikon D50 Nikon AF-S 18-70mm 30 sec. at f/8 ISO 200
    Wow. That's a stunner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonclivehughes View Post
    Here's a few with the D700 and the Zeiss 35mm f2 lens.

    Attachment 21960 Attachment 21959


    Attachment 21958 Attachment 21957

    Cheers,
    Nice work, Simon. I love that lens, and you've deployed it expertly. I really like the processing on that b/w as well.

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