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10-25-2008, 08:38 PM   #541
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upload your picture on another site like photobucket
then there should be a direct link
copy that direct link, and do
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M 50mm f/1.7 and K100D Super







10-25-2008, 08:40 PM   #542
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KJ, lighting in that last shot is a killer, nice.
10-25-2008, 11:51 PM   #543
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Hi all! Some amazing pictures posted here using some great classic glass. I find when I use my m's, there's something about clicking the aperture ring into place that gives it such a positive feel...

Anyways, thought I'd post a few pics w/ some of my m's.

pic 1, 2, 3 = m 100 f/4 macro
pic 4 = m28 f/2.8
pic 5 = m50 f/4 macro

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Finally!

Thanks for the help kj
First three from the 50mm f/1.4...One thing that I notice is that it fringes like crazy when its near to wide open :/







This one is from the 28mm f/3.5 wide open...I love the creamy bokeh that it has



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Awesome shots Vagrant10. You should post here more often.

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With my M 50/1.4 @ 2.0 as I recall:
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Thanks Tom! Very much appreciated, and if I'm lucky to capture some pics I'm happy with, I'll be glad to share.

Take care

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More from the 50mm f/1.4 This one taken at probable f/4-f/5.6
Contrast, Saturation, and sharpening applied in RAW conversion

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QuoteOriginally posted by PollitowuzHere Quote
Got two pieces of M glass, a 50mm f/1.4 and the 28mm f/3.5. The 50mm was my first piece of glass How do you post pics to the Forum, 'fraid I'm fairly new to posting :/
In brief, post your images of flickr. Then, use the feature which allows you to copy the html to your image on flickr. Click on the insert image button on the posting editor on this site and paste the link to your image. Simple.
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Here's some from the M28/2.8 and M100/2.8. I've posted images from both of these lenses before, but they are becoming the backbone of my kit (along with the DA40). I took the three of them to Florida with me, giving me the chance to shoot some completely different subject matter than the Colordo landscapes and jazz musicians I normally deal with. Here are some of the results.

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SMC-M 28mm f/2.8

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From the 28 2.8:




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A beautiful fall day here in Waterloo. I havenít visited this thread for a while. I seldom take the M 35mm f2 out of storage but Jay has inspired us to see how the old Ms perform. It makes a nice light package on my K10. Some pretty awesome images can be seen above. Nice efforts with the M 28 bye-the-way Jay.

My Halloween pumpkin was cruelly done over by my youngest son (Slash) who thought his faced lacked character:



The rest of the shots are late fall foliage and scenes from the Conservation area just up the street.











And one from the DA 70mm 2.4. Not sure how this got in here.


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PolitowasHere, #1 and #2 are awesome!
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SHerman, I love the leaves.
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Tomg #2 and #3 are excellent. Lovely color.
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