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    I LOVE the Fourth One SCOTT
    but Are YOU sure thats not a contacting setup for the Aliens.....

    Cheers-H

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    Helen, you might be right, they seem to be multiplying.... Luckily I keep my walls covered with aluminum foil








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    Hello,
    this is a shot I made some years ago in Belgium with the Leica CL and 35mm summicron on Kodak Tri-x.
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    M7 + 35/2 Cron Asph
    HP5+

    Get Thee to a....

    Thanks for Looking,
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    [QUOTE=Scott G;105244]Helen, you might be right, they seem to be multiplying.... Luckily I keep my walls covered with aluminum foil

    Your Wonderful Scott...Stay on the same Meds.....

    Jeff - that pix is Wonderful & MOODY...Did YOU add a touch of Vignetting which I ADORE or did it happen naturally so to speak w/the Cron ??

    Best-H

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    Thanks Helen. The vignetting was added in post. But the 35 Cron Asph does vignette slightly wide open and is pretty much absent by f/4.0.

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    m4 / 35 pre asph lux /50 efke

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    Helen, I think we are going to need those troops SOON.

    Look, all of this recent talk about aliens is fine and good, but look what appeared in my photo today!! Is that a space ship hovering above the smokestacks or what??




    It may be pure coincidence, but just before I took that photo, I noticed these two talking to a "camera", but perhaps in reality giving landing coordinates to the mothership?


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    SCOTT: Are we the only TWO who are AWARE of the imminent Danger our Planet now Confronts
    Call the President immediately...I'll get Leon Panetta on the Phone
    I will show them the Evidence....

    Great Shots BTW- H

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    I was able to capture some of the responses before I got out of Dodge.

    Some panicked:





    The Brainiacs debated the relative merits of the Pythagorean Theorem vis a vis Archimedes Principle, then got distracted by shiny things on the ceiling...





    Others seemed not to notice


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    portrait of gallileo


    m6 50mm cron tri x at 1600asa





    p.s.I was hoping to appear on the previous page so "you all" could make some biggoted racist remarks about me too but then maybe I missunderstood your views
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    Quote Originally Posted by nei1 View Post


    p.s.I was hoping to appear on the previous page so "you all" could make some biggoted racist remarks about me too but then maybe I missunderstood your views



    I'm Lost as to this REMARK... if YOu are referring to my Afro shot on that Beauitiful Young teenage Boy
    You are Dead Wrong....I truly Loved his Look & Hair and to my Eye it brought back memories of me in the seventies as a very Young Girl not yet a teenager
    and still having an eye for 'STYLE' & Fashion so to speak....The 70's to me were QUITE COOOOL
    so there was NO RACIST,,BIGOTED POV going on
    Sorry if You misconstrued ... and I will REPEAT
    THERE WAS NO RACIST,BIGOTED THOUGHTS OR ALLUSIONS GOING ON

    and as for Lloyd & Scott Photos
    I believe there shots were in Good Humor
    playing with the Concept of Hair NOT Bigotry & Racism

    So I do Hope YOU understand & we are still Friends
    Now I just thought : I hope your NOT also OFFENDED about 'The Aliens' / A Scott Production...

    Best- Helen
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    Quote Originally Posted by nei1 View Post



    portrait of gallileo


    m6 50mm cron tri x at 1600asa





    p.s.I was hoping to appear on the previous page so "you all" could make some biggoted racist remarks about me too but then maybe I missunderstood your views
    Neil,
    I think you mis-understood. I took the "fro" references totally as a time-warp reference to the 70-80's. Here in the US, people of all colors wore that hairdo as a style statement. Styles are cyclical and that one seems to be returning.
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    Neil,

    I not sure what you meant, but I assure you no racism intended on any level. The picture I linked to happens to be of my neighbor and one of my dearest friends, and the funny part is that in the 70s I, myself proudly sported a "fro"... larger than his, in fact.

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    Then its clear that I did indeed misunderstand ,my apologies for causing such a stir.

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    Just an old cool car.... 35 lux M4

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Just an old cool car.... 35 lux M4
    A classic shot of a classic taken by a classic with a classic. Nice.

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    M7 / Noctilux / Tri-X
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    Quote Originally Posted by maddoc View Post


    M7 / Noctilux / Tri-X
    Great shot!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddoc View Post


    M7 / Noctilux / Tri-X
    Gabor, This is a wonderful Noctilux shot. The tones are perfect and the subject just pops. I especially like how the umbrella is rendered. It makes me wish I had a Nocti again.

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    New Orleans...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfeet View Post
    New Orleans...


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    Wow. Great shots... and very sobering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow. Great shots... and very sobering.
    Thank you very much. Unfortunately, the images do not even begin to convey how destroyed the city is still to this day.


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    Wow, I've been traveling since sunday and it looks like I missed some drama...glad everything is right with the world again, and we are back to the FUN with Leica M thread

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    Get the point?

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    I'm so pleased to have found this forum and even more this thread. I'm finding many of these images to be inspired and inspiring. I started photography 6 years ago having never shot film, and was shooting DSLR's until the M8 came out. I fell head over heals for RF shooting, and of course Leica lenses. 2 years ago I got an M7, and have been hybridizing the film/digital experience, shooting XP2 and scanning with a coolscan 5000. While I'm sure that silver film will work it's way into my process, I am very satisfied shooting XP2 and scanning. I much prefer the look of scanned film to digital B&W, though it defies logic. I also much prefer the process of shooting film over digital, I like what it does to my thinking about each shot, and I really love the M7, and M3! I am moving in the direction of committing to film, and this forum and these images are definitely helping me go the way it feels I should go. Here's one with a 50 lux asph. best....Peter

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    Peter, that's a great pic, keep them coming and let's keep this thread alive!

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    Thanks Scott- Here's another with the 50 lux asph. best.....Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by innerimager View Post
    Thanks Scott- Here's another with the 50 lux asph. best.....Peter
    That's a beautiful image. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks much Lloyd. best...Peter

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    Scott —

    Thanks for the neat museum pictures —I've always loved Epstein's sculpture in general and this one in particular! I thought it was on some wild and inaccessible moor in Great Britain, though, and am delighted that I might be able to see it in person. Is this one in Baltimore? If so, in which museum? (If not, in which museum?)

    Thanks and Cheers,

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    Glad you enjoyed the photos. They were all taken at the Baltimore Museum of Art -- definitely worth checking out if you get the opportunity.

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    Fab Shots Innerimager / in particular the Lights down the hallway ( a Museum ? )

    Scott / Was that woman standing in front of a Motherwell Painting...I loved that shot
    & I have a FAB shot coming your way this weekend / have to develop it first but
    hint, hint (non humans) .... the Evidence is CLEAR ...BEWARE Dire Truths will be Revealed
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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Fab Shots Innerimager / in particular the Lights down the hallway ( a Museum ? 0
    thanks Helen! Yes a museum, the national gallery in Washington DC. best...Peter

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    Thanks Helen, I'm not sure who that painting is by, but that is one of my favorite pictures so far (of terrestrial beings at least).

    Hope your evidence is in a safe place, I look forward to seeing it!

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    I just got a Zeiss Sonnar yesterday to play with. While I'm sure true bokeh aficionados just threw up in their mouth a little I think it sort of suits an angry three fisted rabbit








    Plus another shot of the Epstein piece


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    Congrats on the Sonnar / Scott
    I love the c sonnar at night.....


    but Lloyd now has me Lusting for a 75 asph cron....

    sidenote Scott / non human pix Tomorrow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Congrats on the Sonnar / Scott
    I love the c sonnar at night.....


    but Lloyd now has me Lusting for a 75 asph cron....
    I can see why, Helen.

    And Scott, I particularly like the first image.

    As for the 75 Cron, it's a great lens (I also love my CV 75/2.5 Heliar), but there's not a lot of difference between the 75 and a 50 in my book. I'd go for a 90 first. IMHO.

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    [QUOTE=Lloyd;107906]I can see why, Helen.

    And Scott, I particularly like the first image.

    As for the 75 Cron, it's a great lens (I also love my CV 75/2.5 Heliar), but there's not a lot of difference between the 75 and a 50 in my book. I'd go for a 90 first. IMHO.[/QUOTE=Lloyd)

    I had a 90 cron but gave it up...size & weight wore me down
    even though it was a Beauty in Crispness / version 3... I think it was
    Is the 90 asph Cron less of a Beast to Carry >?

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    I can see why, Helen.

    And Scott, I particularly like the first image.

    As for the 75 Cron, it's a great lens (I also love my CV 75/2.5 Heliar), but there's not a lot of difference between the 75 and a 50 in my book. I'd go for a 90 first. IMHO.[/QUOTE=Lloyd)

    I had a 90 cron but gave it up...size & weight wore me down
    even though it was a Beauty in Crispness / version 3... I think it was
    Is the 90 asph Cron less of a Beast to Carry >?
    The 75 Cron weighs 15.1 ounces, the current 90 AA weighs 16 ounces. So it's a push. The old Leitz version was a beast by comparison. The CV 75 Heliar is only 8.5 ounces (I have both to have a choice size and weight-wise). And CV 90 APO Lanthar (which I have and very much appreciate), is only an ounce heavier than the CV 75. It's only f3.5, but does have a lovely bokeh.

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    35 Lux...

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    35 Lux...
    That's just a beautiful image, Helen. Classic look too.

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    Helen! I love that picture! Makes me curious - I like to be curious!
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    The woods dealing with old age ...
    M4-P, ZM 2/35, FP4/XTOL
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    F2, FM2, D700, 3,5/20 UD, 2/35, 3,5/55, CV 2,5/75 (all ai or aiŽd), 1,8/85 af-d,
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    The woods dealing with old age ...
    M4-P, ZM 2/35, FP4/XTOL
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    Beautiful image, particularly that last one.

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    Thanks Lloyd!
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    F2, FM2, D700, 3,5/20 UD, 2/35, 3,5/55, CV 2,5/75 (all ai or aiŽd), 1,8/85 af-d,
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    Here's a couple from my NEW 50mm Summilux 1.4 v2!!!











    so far im really enjoying it!

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