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    playing with a version 1 / 50 Lux....
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    I like this one as well.

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    Mmmmmmmmm, pie.



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    Taking a :sleep006:

    Classic!!

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    Scott
    Adore the hand/pie Sign...Pure simplicity

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    He ate too much Pie and She had Pie in the Eye

    Gabor ,
    love the Grain & grit in Dreamland

    I'm in a NY state of mind
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    Scott
    Adore the hand/pie Sign...Pure simplicity

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    He ate too much Pie and She had Pie in the Eye

    Gabor ,
    love the Grain & grit in Dreamland

    I'm in a NY state of mind
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    Hello Helen. So, what is your current Leica M kit?

    I have several rolls of Ektar I shot in Montana that need to be developed. The MP is a fantastic camera to use

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    Warming up after the pool swim...M4-2/50mm/ Ilford film


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    Wow. Some shoes.

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    version 1 / 50 lux /400 Arista

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    Cool look Helen! I think you are getting somewhere with that very dark, flat processing.

    Bart -- well-spotted. It is amazing she can peddle with those. And how tall does that make her? I saw few women under 175cm in Amsterdam...the tallest people I have yet seen. I am a wee 167cm, and when using a Hasselblad with a waist level finder, I found I was at thigh level for many of the people there...
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    Bart -- well-spotted. It is amazing she can peddle with those. And how tall does that make her?
    Hi Stuart,
    Actually it was a pretty little thing, pretty but weird, I guess she needed the shoes. Too bad I had a 50 mounted instead of a 35 ...
    Thank you and kind regards.
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    views from the library: shot from the hip ...
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    Thanks Stuart !

    Portrait of Eric / 1956 Summarit M4

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    1956 / 50 Collapsible Cron- M4 ...lovely Light coming through

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    1956 / 50 Collapsible Cron- M4 ...lovely Light coming through

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    That's just a gorgeous image all around Helen. Very, very nice.

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    Re: How about more and more fun with Leica M? (Film)

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    1956 / 50 Collapsible Cron- M4 ...lovely Light coming through

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    Love this one, Helen. Well done.

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    M4-2/TriX/35mm @ 1.4

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    William, great and beautiful portrait !!

    Here some recent "gritty'n grainy" ...



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    Nice ones Gabor.

    Here another one with m4-2/50mm/tri-x...

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    Nice ones Gabor.

    Here another one with m4-2/50mm/tri-x...

    Great catch, William.

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    M4-P / 35 'lux / 400PR
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    35 lux...out & about @night
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    35 lux...out & about @night
    Color Film is such a CHALLENGE !!

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    Oh, I don't know Helen ...these are cool.

    I get so sick of the fake perfection of digital color capture sometimes ... that something like this, that seems emotionally truer to the real thing, is refreshing.

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    M3 with DR50

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    M3 with DR50

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    Tack sharp... beautiful b/w. Nice.

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    Tack sharp... beautiful b/w. Nice.
    Thanks..

    Just picked up a 15mm CV and will be trying it on the M3..

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    Nice! My favorite combo.

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    Nice! My favorite combo.
    Thanks

    Another favorite of mine is shown in my avatar. The M3 with 35mm f/2.8 Summaron with eyes..

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    ...Moving Through....

    M7, 21/2.8 Elmarit Asph, NP 400

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    M7, 21/2.8 Elmarit Asph, NP 400

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    Nice! And wonderful b/w tones.

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    Cheers Lloyd. Appreciate the feedback.

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    m4/35 lux...arista 400 & Rodinal
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    Very nice. Love the look.

    And the first one... the art of the process of the art. Nice.

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    Those are great Helen. Some of your best yet.
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    Cheers, Thanks & very kind of You to say, Dear Stuart.....

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    Helen,

    Number 2 is fantastic. Great use of B&W and the reflection to create a photo which is more than the sum of its parts.

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    Helen, the processing in #1 is OTT fantastic. Very atmospheric indeed. Love it.

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    I have been shooting with Leicas since the mid-'70s, and have recently returned after a five-year digital hiatus. I've also been scanning old negatives and putting the pictures up at flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronssmi...7622184789984/).

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    Napa Valley 1987


    Grand Rapids 1986


    Greek Town, Detroit 1985


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    I have been shooting with Leicas since the mid-'70s, and have recently returned after a five-year digital hiatus. I've also been scanning old negatives and putting the pictures up at flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronssmi...7622184789984/).

    Here are a few samples.

    Detroit 1985



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    Nice set. These two particularly speak to me. Such wonderful b/w too.

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    Nice set. These two particularly speak to me. Such wonderful b/w too.
    Thanks very much Lloyd!

    Of the two you referenced, the first was shot on Tri-X and developed in D-76 (I think), and the second was taken just last week on BW400CN and developed at a local lab. I've been experimenting with the C-41 B&Ws (BW400 and XP2) and I think I prefer the BW400 ... but it sure ain't Tri-X. I am seriously thinking of digging through the boxes in the basement to find my tanks and re-learning how to develop myself again.
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    Thanks very much Lloyd!

    Of the two you referenced, the first was shot on Tri-X and developed in D-76 (I think), and the second was taken just last week on BW400CN and developed at a local lab. I've been experimenting with the C-41 B&Ws (BW400 and XP2) and I think I prefer the BW400 ... but it sure ain't Tri-X. I am seriously thinking of digging through the boxes in the basement to find my tanks and re-learning how to develop myself again.
    I've been playing around with the C-41 b/w as well. I'm leaning toward the BW400 also... and yes, it's certainly not Tri-X, but it is oh so convenient. Just checked out your B&W set on Flickr. Very nice stuff.

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    Lloyd,John & Jeff...tres cool / ALL Your kind Words & Thoughts...THANX
    Yes John, its Fun to Find the magic of Life in the Mundane

    Just peeked at your flickr shots Ron....Quite Nice
    Detroit & Napa Valley are Wonderful

    I just changed FIXERS /went from Ilford Rapid Fixer to Ilford Hypam
    i realise about less hardener which really dosen't matter
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    WOULD THIS affect the visual of a neg at all
    The SILLY reason why I am asking
    My new negs seem more LUSH ...Just Wondering

    All the Best...H

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    Helen ,youre work is as brave and beautiful as ever,.......Neil.

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    Just peeked at your flickr shots Ron....Quite Nice
    Detroit & Napa Valley are Wonderful
    Thank you Helen. I appreciate your comment at flickr.


    Here are a couple taken at a wedding of a cousin of mine in Chicago in 2000.

    Both taken with my M6 and 50 Summilux.

    The young man in the middle of the second picture is my now 15-year old son, Harry.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RonSmith View Post
    Thank you Helen. I appreciate your comment at flickr.


    Here are a couple taken at a wedding of a cousin of mine in Chicago in 2000.

    Both taken with my M6 and 50 Summilux.

    The young man in the middle of the second picture is my now 15-year old son, Harry.



    Ron, These are both wonderful!!!!

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