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  1. this is from last weekend when the sky was cloudy and from time to time the sun came out for a second or two. This is our landcsape: hilly at the feet of the Teutoburger Forest. Canon 5D MKII with Summicron 50 mm
  2. this house I found in our city - taking out my X1 and its 2 achromats for a walk. the season of fall colors now started and each day one can find something else in different light.
  3. these are from my visit to a nearby forest. In spite of being perfumed we we under attack of midges living on a close cow meadow. We thought it woud be dark soon, so the dark side of the forest had its showdown. Light was fading quickly here. All with Canon 5D MKII and Elmarit R 60 mm macro on tripod.
  4. my favourite newly discovered forest unfolds its magic by and by. Every time I go thee it offers something new. Canon 5D MKII and my favourite Elmarit R 60 mm macro lens + polarizer
  5. when we are invited I do not leave the house without my X1. In this case I packed also 2 achromats. And yes, there was a surprise. A white sheet of paper helped lighting up a bit from below.
  6. I started out with my X1 and 2 new achromats to find good targets. Whereas for this our local Botanical Garden is rich in details I wanted to find equal variety on a near meadow but for this my newly aquired lenses have to wait. You may have look what could be found. last sunshine on this part of the meadow with different texture of green with achromat Series 7 + series 6, series 7 mounted directly with adapter, series 6 mounted on an adapter and handheld in front of no 7 MF macro setting X1
  7. Weather was all day very dull. As soon as a soft hopeful light appeared in the early evening I sneaked out, snatched my X1 in case I might find something motivating.
  8. Our Botanical Garden is worth a visit any time and a rainstorm leaves its own attractions. These blossoms did n o t undergo any rearrangement. Olympus OMD EM5 with the new Leica/Panasonic Nocticron 42.5-1.2 Asph.
  9. It was a lovely warm and pleasant evening. The park was crowded with students. It was fun watching their different activities Olympus OMD EM5 with Leica/Panasonic Nocticron 42.5/1.2 Asph.
  10. this iris trio was unfolding its beauty on an overcast afternoon in our Botanical Garden. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 60 mm macro
  11. all these hills here are clad in different shades of green. This is showing a typical local landscape with agriculture, and the new kind of trees in the backdrop. Leica X1
  12. just for an evening walk we need 5 minutes to reach the forest. This arch of hanging beech branches is in a park landscape. Taken a few days back in May with Olympus OMD EM5 + Summicron R 50 mm
  13. these last days we were what april usually is: a mix of rain, gusts, and sunshine - all in all a bit cool also. When in the evening it became a bit more calm I sneaked out into our adjacent park landscape. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm, polrisation filter and graded ND filter.
  14. Defi4green? 🤢 Leica CL 18mm
  15. Hello all, A question from a quite new M8 user. I'm often dissatisfied with the colors I get, especially with grass and leaves that come out more yellow-brownish than I like. Maybe even more pronounced in cloudy weather. It has been discussed here before, but some of the threads are old and maybe outdated? Manual and Auto WB doesn't make a big difference. I use a coded Summarit with original UV/IR filter and open the DNG files in Capture One 6.2 using the M8 Generic UV/IR profile. Save as TIFF 8-bit and sRGB color, and then work with this file further in Photoshop Elements 8.0 (adjust levels, remove color cast, convert to Jpeg....etc.) Is there a simple way to "standardize" this workflow so that I can come closer to the colors I want? Should I use the saturation and hue sliders, for instance? and what value/amount? Are there alternative color profiles I can use in Capture One besides the two M8 profiles that came with the program? I'm glad to hear what others have found out, especially those who use Capture One to make TIFF files. My monitor is not professionally calibrated but I feel it is quite correct, as the Jpegs from my Olympus E-PL1 seem very good (and Olympus is known for good colors stright out of camera ) I know the M8 needs more work to get it right, but all say this is possible. I love using the camera, and pictures are incredibly sharp even with sharpening disabled (as I use). from Geir
  16. Since we don't have much else to offer than rain these days here in North Germany I think some green leaves with water drops might express how we are feeling like. Elmarit R-90mm on MKII under the assistance of a raincover did the job. Keep an eye on your lens and a cloth ready. Thanks for looking
  17. Pink flower with green fly. SL2 and Sigma 100-400 plus 2ply extender. #2 and #3 are crops. #1 no crop, shows real size of the fly #2 crop #3 crop of another photo
  18. samwells

    Taking off

    M3, 90mm Tele-Elmarit, Velvia. (No manipulation in PS.)
  19. First post in a long time. My M8 and 35mm Cron lens has been in for warranty repair, twice, Leica New Jersey did great. This is one of the first test shots. Waited for a sunny day in Telluride to shoot Bridal Veil Falls. The building in upper left is the old power plant. Telluride was the first AC electrically lit city in the Northern Hemisphere. A family lives there now.
  20. Nature will get it back? Who will take over - These questions are very present at that location in Duisburg, Industrial Park North. Colours merge, the rusty red with the green, the grey with the blue sky and so forth. Leica Q
  21. There is a place with magic qualities as people believe. It is a park landscape at the feet of some monumentl rocks being the relics of an ice age moraine. wth its pond and beauiful landscape people are attracted here to perform all kinds of meditation. Some people even had a tent there and somebody was calling his comrades for coffee... Olympus EM 5 + Nocticron 43 mm/ 1.2
  22. here are juxtapositions. I was fascinated by the silky texture of the petals and the charming blossoms. All with Olympus OMD EM 5 + Nocticron
  23. These days are cool and wet. sometimes in the evening there is a short moment of lovely light between two rainshowers. Olympus OMD EM 5 with Nocticron
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