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  1. Moin Leute, erstmal vielen Dank für die Tipps der letzten Woche. Nun ist die Leica M9 zusammen mit dem Voigtländer seit 10 Tagen in meinen Händen. Seht hier meine ersten Erfahrungen und Meinungen zu dem guten Stück: http://carlitopix.com/leica-m9-in-2017/ Saludos aus Andalusien Carsten
  2. I had the great pleasure of spending the day at a Leica Akademie event in the town of Bath (England) last weekend which you can read about here and I particularly like this image taken with my M9 and a 35mm Summarit f2.5 which I then processed in LRCC. Gerry
  3. A watchman keeps warm in front of a fire at this construction site in Southampton, England. Taken with a Leica M9 and 35mm Summarit f2.5, and processed in LRCC.
  4. .. to find the way home Leica M9 + Cron 50
  5. - Really, she did not make you breakfast? - yeah...
  6. Are you sure? Submarine?
  7. iczek

    Street portrait

    - May I...? - Sure! Nice, small camera
  8. Hallo liebe Leicafreunde, ich werde mir demnächst eine M9 besorgen. Zu dem Thema Speicherkarten habe ich unterschiedliche Dinge gelesen. Es geht da um die Schnelligkeit. Anscheinend ist es nicht nötig, dass man die neuste und schnellste Speicherkarte braucht. Aber welche nimmt man nun? Ist es sogar ein Fehler, die aktuellsten Karten zu nutzen, da sie vielleicht nicht kompatibel sind? Vielen Dank für Eure Hilfe. Ahoi Carsten
  9. Hi All. I got my first Leica about a week ago before a vacation and I've just downloaded the photos from that holiday. Basically on about 80 percent of the photos appear to have hundreds of strange black or white dots on them. Its not dust. Any ideas?
  10. Leica M9 with Zeiss 50mm Sonnar f1.5. Taken in Southampton, England. Gerry
  11. A man sits outside an empty bar in the seasonal.German Market in Southampton, England. Taken with a Leica M9 and 35mm Summarit f2.5.
  12. Hello, Just wanted to introduce myself to the forum. I have been lurking here for quite a while but have never owned a Leica. Always wanted one (since I started shooting) but just couldn't afford it until now. I bought a used M9 and Voigtlander 50mm f1.1! This combo really makes my photos sing. I am sure Leica glass is far superior but this is all I could afford to start off with. So a little background: I grew up in the midwest and joined the Marines right out of high school. Worked on air traffic control radar systems (as a technician not a controller) during my 5 year enlistment. Got out and decided I would attend college at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. I was working towards a bachelors in aviation business but after 1.5 years I realized I didn't enjoy it. I just couldn't get used to the idea of working in a office building wearing a suit everyday. I then started applying for just about any electronics technician job that would pop up online. I eventually got lucky and secured a job with the National Weather Service. This has given me the opportunity to move around quite a bit. I started in Indiana, then Hawaii for a spell, then of to Las Vegas, and I now live in Kansas City, Missouri. I have never been into photography and it wasn't until my daughter was born that I realized I liked taking pictures. I don't have an artistic bone in my body so I do not consider myself a photographer but more of a "snap-shooter". I am working on composition and getting the right light to tell the story in which I try to convey but I know I struggle way more than someone who just "sees the picture" in their mind. In my 2+ years of shooting I have been through numerous cameras brands. I finally realized that I wanted a Leica, but I'm sure what it was about it that made me desire it so much. Maybe its the classic look, the seemingly impossible reality of actually affording one, or the simplistic controls. Maybe it is the fact that when you take a good picture it is because you actually took it. You focused the camera, you picked the aperture, the shutter speed, the iso and if you did all those things right the camera rewards you. Any way, enough ramblings, here is one of the first pictures I took with eh M9. It is at a local BBQ joint, Q39, which has the best BBQ I have tasted. If your ever in KC be sure to stop by and try it.
  13. A smartly dressed mature couple out on a shopping trip in Spitalerstraße, Hamburg Leica M9 with 35mm Summarit f2.5. 1/125 f8 @800iso post-processed in Lightroom CC. Thanks for looking, Gerry
  14. Wearing their red hat a small child holds the hand of its father as they walk through the shopping streets of Hamburg. Taken with a Leica M9 and 35mm Summarit-M f2.5 - 1/90 f8 @800iso Gerry
  15. "Breakfast" - taken early morning in St. Pauli Fischmarkt
  16. 'Street Photography doesn't have to be in black and white"
  17. Last weekend I was in Hamburg to join the Craig Semetko workshop on street photography organised by LFI. Now, I will confess that I was a little dubious as to whether I would gain much from this and it worked out fairly expensive taking into account the fact that I had to book 4 nights accommodation and flights from the U.K. - and face the hard fact that the value of the UK pound had plummeted by over 25% in Europe since it was decided (not by my vote) that we should pull out of the E.U. I have been shooting 'street photography' for around 50 years, and have exhibited it pretty much world-wide so would I really gain anything? In the end I decided that, at the very least, I would get to meet Craig who has been a friend on Facebook for a long time and whose work I admire. As it was I found I learnt more than I could have imagined, met some great new guys, together with the picture editor of Die Zeit Sunday magazine (you don't meet people at that level every day of the week!) Basically I had a ball despite the cold Hamburg weather. I will post a few of my favourites in the following posts. All were shot on a Leica M9 with a 35mm Summarit-M f2.5 lens at 800iso to allow me the depth of field and shutter speed combination I wanted. I hope you enjoy them. Oh, and if you get chance and street photography is your thing (or even if it is not) go and meet Craig. He is a great entertainer and a consummate professional when it comes to street photography. As for LFI, they are great guys and special thanks must go to Simon Schwarzer. Gerry "Christ!"
  18. gwpics


    Guarding the local convenience store in the heart of a multi-ethnic community Ali, an immigrant from the Middle East, is proud to be working and contributing to society. Taken with a M9 and 35mm Summarit-M f2.5. Hope you like it! Gerry
  19. gwpics

    Wilton & Wool

    I have just published 'Wilton & Wool - The Sheep Framing Heritage of Wiltshire' on this link https://spark.adobe.com/page/vNzf3Tpw9WonI/. All images were taken on a Leica M9 using a 35mm Summarit-M f2.5 lens. Gerry
  20. Taken in Rouen, France, suing a Leica M9 with Zeiss Sonnar-M 50mm f1.5 lens/ 1/180 at f9.5 @320iso. Gerry
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