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    I'm still hanging around here Michiel!



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    And I am just back from a retreat, and will post an image or two from the last trip to Italy, hopefully this week.

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    Ah Good Kit, do so!

    Here is one from Amiens to keep afloat.

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    Been trying to get some shots of the rapeseed fields here:


    Blue in field of yellow by Braeside, on Flickr
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    Ricoh GXR/Leica 40mm | Triple Falls, Dupont State Forest:



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    More superb photos.

    I've been out of the shooting loop the past few weeks for a couple of boring reasons. Hope to get back into the groove soon.

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    Duane - that triple falls shot is great!

    Godfrey - into the groove!

    Michiel - Nice architectural shots
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    Thanks David.
    Godfrey, we are waiting
    Duane; nice compo with the waters through the green.

    Here are two from Queensday in Amsterdam. So much in the streets that one doesn't know anymore what to shoot.

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    Trees with Moon by Braeside, on Flickr
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    Two from yesterday.

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    Five Alarm Fire - Santa Clara, CA

    Why you should always have a camera with you ...


    Full set of photos and a video: Fire! - Santa Clara www.flickr.com/photos/gdgphoto/7172720508/in/set-72157629669918112/lightbox/

    That's the condominium complex next door to where I live in Santa Clara. I saw the blaze as soon as I exited the freeway at Winchester and headed north to Santa Clara ... It was huge! Didn't realize it was right next door to home until I turned down the street and saw our street blocked off by police and fire services.

    Photos and video made with the Ricoh GXR + A12 28mm camera unit.
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    Well I hope all you're stuff is ok Godfrey! That's awful close!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pandorf View Post
    Well I hope all you're stuff is ok Godfrey! That's awful close!
    Thanks!

    We're fine. There was no danger to our place as the wind was luckily going the other direction ... most of the danger was from airborne embers. Our condo is an older, concrete and steel high-rise anyway, unlike the more modern all-wood structures that burned.

    The smoke danger would have been nasty, but with the prevailing wind it didn't present any issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Thanks!

    We're fine. There was no danger to our place as the wind was luckily going the other direction ... most of the danger was from airborne embers. Our condo is an older, concrete and steel high-rise anyway, unlike the more modern all-wood structures that burned.

    The smoke danger would have been nasty, but with the prevailing wind it didn't present any issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pandorf View Post
    BTW, have you ordered the new Leica M Monochrom?
    No. I have no interest in a monochrome only digital camera. It's only interesting to me as a technological exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    No. I have no interest in a monochrome only digital camera. It's only interesting to me as a technological exercise.
    The files that Sean Reid has shown on his site from the Leica evokes the same kind of positive wow factor to me as I used to get from my Sigma DP1. The Sigma had an appeal in both it's colour and black and white files that struck me as better than those from Bayer array sensors. Unfortunately the Sigma died a nasty death when it took the brunt of me falling over. I aim to replace it soon.
    There is an interesting rumor floating around about a possible collaboration of Ricoh and Leica. If a black and white sensor for M mount appears, I will get it.
    I've just spent a few months away from my GXR focusing my attention on my Nex cameras. I picked up the 'GXR yesterday because my half case for my M mount arrived, and was again reminded that the overall design, feel, and interface is better than either the Sony 5n or Nex7. I do need more pixels though, because I do a lot of cropping.

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    I'd just work on using longer lenses and doing less cropping, Keith. :-)

    The photo of the firemen above is about 50% of the frame and holds up well enough for a good 6x8 print. Visiting the store and playing with several other similar cameras, the GXR remains superior in feel and layout to me too. I've debated going entirely to the Leica but the GXR is simply too competent and versatile to want to let go of.

    I'm sure as a specialty piece the M9M is brilliant. I don't get the same wow factor from looking at the samples you do, tho. It's just not tickling my gotta have it buttons at he moment. Who knows? Never say never.

    I'm very happy with my current gear, just wish I had more time to work with it. Life is busy as heck right now.

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    Don't get too busy Godfrey, we're missing your stuff around here.

    Shooter has got me fired up with the way he sets up his A12 28 (on the other forum), so I'm going to brush the dust off mine and try to get some more images here. All of my pics have been going into the Sony threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Don't get too busy Godfrey, we're missing your stuff around here. ...
    Thanks for the compliment!

    Although I'm not shooting much at present, my photo book workshop is in progress and I've been spending all my limited free time working on the book I'm making out of the Communicating series. I did a first draft output of the book to work on the sequencing and verbiage, prepping for a proof cycle, just the other evening.

    This is a first draft cover ... preliminary title, not quite finished layout, but the idea is there.


    The cover photo is a three-exposure GXR panorama stitch.

    The results of the workshop will be featured in a reception and book signing event at Modernbook Gallery, 49 Geary, San Francisco, CA on the evening of August 2, 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Books will be available for purchase, of course, and there should be both hard and soft bound options. I'll be sending out formal announcement and invites in the next four to five weeks.
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    Yes - you picked the best one(s) for the cover!

    Well done

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    Looks very good, Godfrey!

    I assume this is the front and back cover.
    I was just wondering ; why not have the photograph as a whole over the side ( or how do you call that side of a book in English ) of the book as well?

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    Thanks for the comments!

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Looks very good, Godfrey!

    I assume this is the front and back cover.
    I was just wondering ; why not have the photograph as a whole over the side ( or how do you call that side of a book in English ) of the book as well?
    I didn't flow the photo over the spine in order to have a clean, white space for titling on the bookshelf. I always like to have clean, simple spines on my books so I can locate them on the shelf easily.

    Of course, I might change my mind ... ;-)

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    Looking forward to see more on your book Godfrey!

    I'm on a road trip with family. Haven't pulled the Airstream in a while so day 1 yesterday included a bath.



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    Beautiful shot, Duane

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    Thanks Duane!

    That's a very cool, dramatic photo!

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    Cool picture, Duane!
    Would love to have a set up like that to travel !

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    We're at the beach and grabbed this one after the sun set walking the dog with my better half, Leica Summicron-C 40mm:

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    Here is the latest on Windowdressing. Been there before but it changed.

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    And some first trials with two Jupiter M mount lenses which I bought (by accident) from a fellow Dutch forum member

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    Very nice, Michiel. I love my Jupiter 9.

    I was processing some Panama shots last night. Can't get over how big these car carriers are

    GXR with P10

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    GXR with P10

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    Real nice, Keith. Well you know I like freightships, but the tropical background makes it more appealing.

    Here is a postcard overview of Heidelberg. And one from te zoo in Heidelberg and one from the museum Inseln Hombroich.

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    Here's one from the beach where we're camping. Ricoh GXR and Leica 40mm:

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    Another fine shot, Duane! Wonderful color.

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    Memorial


    Ricoh GXR-M + M-ROKKOR 40mm f/2

    The year flies by, and crawls at the same time. Memorial Day coming up already. Wow.

    I was in Portland, Oregon last weekend. There was a thriving Japan Town in Portland as World War II broke. The Oregonian headline on a sad day shortly after December 7, 1941 announced "Portland: First Jap Free City!" as thousands of Japanese were trucked off into internment camps.

    This sculpture, in a park by the Willamette River in downtown Portland, honors the memory of the innocent Japanese Americans who suffered as war criminals for the duration of the war. It affected me, and affects me still. We must not forget—without remembrance, without history, we will all repeat our mistakes over and over again.

    Thanks for looking.
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    Had 4 days and 3 nights in Madrid due to a mechanical problem so I took advantage of my free time there.

    I've posted my views of the city on my Wordpress blog and was Freshly Pressed yesterday.

    Here's one to get your attention:



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    That is indeed a history that should not be forgotten Godfrey.

    That Photo looks really Spanish, Duane!

    Here is a portrait of my Canadian niece when she was here for a quick visit.
    Shot wide open with the Jupiter-8 which turned out to be a beautifull lens for portraits as well.

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    Very nice Michiel!
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    Nice pictures Godfrey, Michiel, and Duane!

    This is Cartagena, Colombia taken with the GXR P10 and with a Velvia 50 look supplied by DxO

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    Panama City

    GXR P10. B & W conversion with dxo filmpack 3, rollei retro

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    Keith, Good to see some more from your trip. The DxO filmpack application looks interesting. Do you have the DxO RAW developer as well? Never here much about it.

    One from Yesterday. I was shooting this shopwindow when these two people walked into the viewfinder. The other ones I shot were no good.

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    A stroke of good timing, Michiel!

    I just have the DxO Filmpack 3. Someone on the Pentax Q thread had done a nice image with it, so I thought I would give it a try. It's lots of fun!

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    Took this last week while relaxing by the pool:



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    Duane, nothing better as a good book except may be a nice camera

    One from Picardy, France.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Duane, nothing better as a good book except may be a nice camera

    One from Picardy, France.

    Michiel

    .....
    Michiel you're killing me with that 25/2.8! BTW, I'm traveling in Europe this week with work and my 40mm Summicron went TU (tits up). The aperture ring came loose from the internal mechanism and spins 360 degrees. OVER!

    So I'm now in London and heading down into the city to see Cristian Sorega. I'm also renting the Biogon 35/2 for week when I get home tomorrow.
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    Ricoh GXR A16 Zoom
    1/75s, f5.6,Iso 200

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    GXR A16 zoom
    1/200s,f5.4,ISO 800

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    Duane; that Summicron can probably be repaired and get a complete CLA at the same time. I brought some lenses here and they did a great job. He is a Leica specialist.
    Before I had another camera repair shop doing things for me and they were no good at all.

    Looked at the blog of your friend, Cristian Sorega in London. Interesting, I visited his site before I noticed.

    Keith; You got that A16, I see. Looks good as well as your garden, I presume.

    From my evening windy walk along the fields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pandorf View Post
    Michiel you're killing me with that 25/2.8! BTW, I'm traveling in Europe this week with work and my 40mm Summicron went TU (tits up). The aperture ring came loose from the internal mechanism and spins 360 degrees. OVER!

    So I'm now in London and heading down into the city to see Cristian Sorega. I'm also renting the Biogon 35/2 for week when I get home tomorrow.
    Now that's a pain! I'm sure the Summi can be repaired, but it's darn inconvenient when stuff like that happens when you're traveling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Duane; that Summicron can probably be repaired and get a complete CLA at the same time. I brought some lenses here and they did a great job. He is a Leica specialist.
    Before I had another camera repair shop doing things for me and they were no good at all.

    Looked at the blog of your friend, Cristian Sorega in London. Interesting, I visited his site before I noticed.

    Keith; You got that A16, I see. Looks good as well as your garden, I presume.

    From my evening windy walk along the fields.

    Michiel

    Gorgeous shot, Michiel!

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