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p.667 #1 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Being a car guy as well as lens accumulator, I decided to go to the Toronto car show.


















































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Mar 25, 2013 at 02:58 AM
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p.667 #2 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Congrats Dexter! I'm sure you'll love it.
Andrew, very cool. Adding GAS to the fire?

A few from a recent trip to Toronto, all with 21 SEM. Last two are cropped a bit, probably closer to 28mm field of view. Also a bit indecisive about which I like better...























Michael, I love your previous set with the M3, especially the hand and the bird!
Ryan, love the fisheye shots. The subject seems to work really well in these, as does the contrast.
Dean - great find and lovely images!
Allen - I also do some work for a university and these types of photos look very familiar to me. I'm curious if you deliver them B&W versions? I would guess it's all in color? (Referring to the meeting photos)



Mar 25, 2013 at 03:15 AM
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p.667 #3 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread




M9 & Sonnar



Tita Toņi de frente por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr



Tita Toņi por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr



Mar 25, 2013 at 03:31 AM
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p.667 #4 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


rscheffler wrote:
Congrats Dexter! I'm sure you'll love it.
Andrew, very cool. Adding GAS to the fire?

A few from a recent trip to Toronto, all with 21 SEM. Last two are cropped a bit, probably closer to 28mm field of view. Also a bit indecisive about which I like better...

http://ronscheffler.com/samples/fmm9/20130315/20130315_0298.jpg
http://ronscheffler.com/samples/fmm9/20130315/20130315_0302.jpg

http://ronscheffler.com/samples/fmm9/20130315/20130315_0304.jpg
http://ronscheffler.com/samples/fmm9/20130315/20130315_0305.jpg

Michael, I love your previous set with the M3, especially the hand and the bird!
Ryan, love the fisheye shots. The subject seems to work really well in these, as does the contrast.
Dean - great find and lovely images!
Allen - I also do some work for a university and these types of photos look
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Thanks Ron and I absolutely love the first and the last ones in your last series.

I shoot mostly color. I shoot their bi annual magazine which won a gold medal in a very prestigious national competition last year. Almost all the stuff on their website. All their ads and its mostly color. I also shot their annual report last year (one of several annual reports I shoot every year) I shot some stuff from the event in B&W and we are talking about shooting an all B&W magazine in the future. I do some B&W for some of the other annual reports so its great having the MM for that.

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Mar 25, 2013 at 04:12 AM
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p.667 #5 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Andrew - great use of the Nocti! I hadn't thought of that before but it seems well suited for that environment. I especially like the first shot of the 300SL.

Ron - I agree with Allen, that last shot is wonderful.



Mar 25, 2013 at 05:40 AM
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p.667 #6 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Andrew's photos makes me want to buy two things: a Noctilux and an NSX.


Mar 25, 2013 at 04:25 PM
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p.667 #7 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Thanks Gary/Andrew/Joakim/Ron

The fisheye isn't for everyone, but I love the effect. The funny thing is I can't stand regular fisheyes, it's circular or bust for me.


L1006457 by ryankarr, on Flickr


L1006425-Edit by ryankarr, on Flickr


L1006424-Edit by ryankarr, on Flickr


L1006414-Edit by ryankarr, on Flickr



Mar 25, 2013 at 04:26 PM
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p.667 #8 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Thanks for comments and likes. Appreciate.
Ron, the last one is my favorite too. I can feel the moment you capture it That is a rangefinder image!

M3 Trix400 and 35cron V1













The last one: if it is digital, I can save the 'Man in dark in right side', but not film



Mar 25, 2013 at 04:48 PM
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p.667 #9 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Allen, nice set from the event
Andrew, great set from the car show.
Ron, I think the balance between the two women is better in the second b&w.
Ryan, first one is another good fish-eye photo.

Another one from the archive, 24 Elmar









Mar 25, 2013 at 06:59 PM
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p.667 #10 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


love this one!

ryankarr wrote:
The fisheye isn't for everyone, but I love the effect. The funny thing is I can't stand regular fisheyes, it's circular or bust for me.

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8089/8582882197_21788ac306_c.jpg
L1006425-Edit by ryankarr, on Flickr




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p.667 #11 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Neat work with the fisheye Ryan. It's great to see something different. A few more from me with 90cron from the zoo.






90cron






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90cron




Mar 26, 2013 at 03:49 AM
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p.667 #12 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Crappy photo just a test the MM at 10,000 ISO. No noise reduction.



Mar 27, 2013 at 04:09 AM
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p.667 #13 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


zhangyue wrote:
The last one: if it is digital, I can save the 'Man in dark in right side', but not film


we may want to move this to a more film oriented thread, but hey mine was shot with a Leica too lol

on film you can just expose for the shadows and use a compensating developer like rodinal, esp. at 1:100 doing stand development where the rodinal will exhaust itself on the brighter areas but keep developing in the shadow areas.

basically, like this:



excuse my crude drawing, please.

anyway the difference in EV between the bit being hit by direct sunlight and the bit in shadows was really, really extreme. please note that this is how it scans in on my scanner, which is quite flat. typically I do not do stand development like this because I hate shadow detail. I would rather just get my highlights where I want them and let the shadows block up completely. just personal preference.



Mar 27, 2013 at 04:32 AM
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p.667 #14 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


rscheffler wrote:
Congrats Dexter! I'm sure you'll love it.
Andrew, very cool. Adding GAS to the fire?

A few from a recent trip to Toronto, all with 21 SEM. Last two are cropped a bit, probably closer to 28mm field of view. Also a bit indecisive about which I like better...
(Referring to the meeting photos)


Great shots, Ron ... always love seeing your work.



Mar 27, 2013 at 11:21 AM
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p.667 #15 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


ryankarr wrote:
Thanks Gary/Andrew/Joakim/Ron

The fisheye isn't for everyone, but I love the effect. The funny thing is I can't stand regular fisheyes, it's circular or bust for me.



Amazing Ryan ... which fisheye do you have mounted there?



Mar 27, 2013 at 11:23 AM
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p.667 #16 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Andrew Gough wrote:
Being a car guy as well as lens accumulator, I decided to go to the Toronto car show.

http://www.planetwidephoto.com/_images/FM/PLW92600.jpg

Andrew


Andrew ... these are all stunning but I especially like the last one ... well done.

These cars make the Noctilux seem like a bargain



Mar 27, 2013 at 11:25 AM
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p.667 #17 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


A photo club meet from the weekend. Unlike Ron's group, we meet in dark pubs and no one brings prints because they'll just get stuff on them.

MM + 21 Lux:


L1006575 by ryankarr, on Flickr

MM + Noct:


L1006559 by ryankarr, on Flickr


L1006557 by ryankarr, on Flickr


L1006602 by ryankarr, on Flickr

MM + 35 Cron:


L1006568 by ryankarr, on Flickr



Mar 27, 2013 at 06:27 PM
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p.667 #18 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


redisburning,

Thanks for the info, Appreciate your effort. I know there is learning curve in front of me if I decide develop myself. Can I treat negative individually like digital?(I believe not) or I have to develop the whole film this way. (I think so). I have no idea what is my exposure over whole roll and I can't treat my negative individually even I develop myself. Usually, I don't mind my shadow go totally black too, but not the case above, I want that man in my frame, at least that is my intention when I captured it

The flexibility of digital can't be beat.

Still M3 with 35cron, run out of M9's picture. (I am a resident of this thread.) 35cron with bug eye is just great with M3's frame line.





















Mar 27, 2013 at 09:25 PM
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p.667 #19 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


More from the Toronto car show.


















































Andrew



Mar 28, 2013 at 03:28 AM
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p.667 #20 · Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Sorry guys for not commenting for a long while. Been very busy, problems at work, and death in the family. But I have been using the like button frequently.


M9 Biogon 35 ZM by edward karaa, on Flickr



Mar 28, 2013 at 03:59 PM
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