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Some commercial shots for my wife. They are high grade bird's nest.


R60/2.8






















R100/2.8 APO








May 23, 2010 at 02:25 PM
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May 23, 2010 at 03:10 PM
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50/2 Summicron. D700. f4. 1/125s.



May 24, 2010 at 07:34 PM
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May 25, 2010 at 12:44 PM
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well this is simply a horrible thread. i wish i had never opened it.


May 26, 2010 at 06:01 PM
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drdrew wrote:
well this is simply a horrible thread. i wish i had never opened it.


Time to take out a second mortgage.

As good as these images are, they don't do justice to them displayed at 100%, full frame. Maybe when we all are sporting 30" screens and ultra mega bandwidth modems we will get the full 'picture'. There is a subtle delicacy to the Leica images at full resolution. They don't bang you over the head and say look at me. They're more like the mythological sirens drawing you ever nearer (to your eventual bankruptcy, he, he.)

It's like the tagline one fellow has:

It's not over till your pockets are empty.



May 26, 2010 at 06:13 PM
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May 26, 2010 at 07:29 PM
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erichard wrote:
As good as these images are, they don't do justice to them displayed at 100%, full frame. Maybe when we all are sporting 30" screens and ultra mega bandwidth modems we will get the full 'picture'. There is a subtle delicacy to the Leica images at full resolution. They don't bang you over the head and say look at me. They're more like the mythological sirens drawing you ever nearer (to your eventual bankruptcy, he, he.)



They can certainly often stand up to closer scrutiny. A handheld shot with my 90/2 AA at 1/125s.







100% crop:









May 26, 2010 at 08:26 PM
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Amazing, Peter !!!

Here are some pictures from Prague:

Elmarit 19mm:













An astonishing door on the Celetná:







With the Apo-Telyt 180mm/3.4




















May 27, 2010 at 08:27 PM
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madamasu wrote:
Amazing, Peter !!!

Here are some pictures from Prague:

Elmarit 19mm:



Those are really nice. Is that the ver 1 or 2 19mm? Also, are they cropped? What body?



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Cool pics madamasu!

Been thinking about buying more R lenses, but i actually think i'll save up for an M9 instead. And keep it in addition to my D700.



May 27, 2010 at 09:25 PM
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May 27, 2010 at 10:48 PM
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Leica R 80/1.4

At 1.4






I think at F2












R 35 1.4 on 40D

probably at F2


















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May 28, 2010 at 03:02 AM
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zombii wrote:
Those are really nice. Is that the ver 1 or 2 19mm? Also, are they cropped? What body?


Thanks, zombii. This is the second version on a D700 as always. The pictures are not cropped, for the St Veit cathedral picture I used Photoshop to correct the perspective (I forgot how to say this in English). I guess you ask this because of the vignetting problem. Yes, there is vignetting with the 19mm on a FF camera, sometimes more sometimes less visible, and I use the anti-vignetting program in Photoshop or Nikon Capture. If this doesn't help, I crop slightly

Thomas

P.S. Nice pictures with your 90mm Summicon ht77. I like the colours and bokeh, not to forget your good eye.



May 28, 2010 at 04:19 AM
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Hi Thomas,

nice to meet you here again..

Greetings

Rolf



May 28, 2010 at 07:12 PM
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thankyou madamasu, glad to see that you like my photos. Here is my first attempt with Elpro.








May 28, 2010 at 08:30 PM
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The greyscale level of my Cron 35 is what I like best about it. I did the same scene with an OM, CY and Sigma lens. None has the graduated greyscale levels of Cron 35. The transition from highlights to shadows is just so gradual.














May 29, 2010 at 11:47 AM
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ManWearPants wrote:
The greyscale level of my Cron 35 is what I like best about it. I did the same scene with an OM, CY and Sigma lens. None has the graduated greyscale levels of Cron 35. The transition from highlights to shadows is just so gradual.


Odd you should mention that, tonal gradation. I haven't really tested for that on digital bodies but that was some thing that really stood out when I directly compared an EF 24-70 L (a lens that I'm very fond of for a number of reasons) against an R 80 back in the film days (with Velvia). Aside from the greater sharpness when stopped down, the R 80 had beautifully smooth tonal gradation that made the EF look like it had the contrast turned up a few nothches. I shoot cars for a living and cars are all about tonal gradation (think sunset shots with the sky reflecting in the cars panels). I've never seen the difference in tonal gradation in digital however but I've never really tested for it either. Which body were you using when you compared lenses?

JJ



May 29, 2010 at 12:13 PM
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JohnJ wrote:
Odd you should mention that, tonal gradation. I haven't really tested for that on digital bodies but that was some thing that really stood out when I directly compared an EF 24-70 L (a lens that I'm very fond of for a number of reasons) against an R 80 back in the film days (with Velvia). Aside from the greater sharpness when stopped down, the R 80 had beautifully smooth tonal gradation that made the EF look like it had the contrast turned up a few nothches. I shoot cars for a living and cars are all about tonal gradation
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ok. Tonal gradation in the proper term. The above are captured using 5DMkII. The first on tripod and slightly longer exposure. The second handheld. However the lenses used are of slightly different focal length.



May 29, 2010 at 12:20 PM
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ManWearPants wrote:
The greyscale level of my Cron 35 is what I like best about it. I did the same scene with an OM, CY and Sigma lens. None has the graduated greyscale levels of Cron 35. The transition from highlights to shadows is just so gradual.

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2689/4185174774_50c46003f6_b.jpg

How do you get the water mark on your prints? Any special software? Wonderful shot!

www.BenitezRivera.com



May 30, 2010 at 01:04 AM
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