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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thanks for the history lesson on Vladimir Ilyich! I get it now..
    So what your telling me is the Epson 750 is 180 more for the proper software...Oy!
    Steve: Glad to enlighten you! I should have set up an import business. I saw some Laotian metal gates with red stars over them that would have looked good in gardens.

    The Siverfast software that comes with the 750 is good. It just doesn't have the new Silverfast multiexposure feature (which seems to work well and takes a lot less time!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean View Post
    Took a walk in Georgetown, Washington DC, with a Leica M6. All images were taken by Elmar 50/2.8 (Fuji Velvia 50).
    Ocean: Great photos. Nice color and detail. I really like the church and the shot of the canoes. Thanks for sharing.

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    Matt, nothing beats film for the look. Your photos prove it. Welcome back!
    Regards.
    rayyan: Thank you very much. I value your example and your comments. I'm having fun and easing my way into it. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, I sometimes love velvia and sometimes I just cannot bear it. You and your lab seem to be doing ok with it.

    Regards.
    Rayyan: I know what you mean. My shots are totally different in color quality from Ocean's DC shots? I'll have to work on it. I know Ken Rockwell uses it a lot with excellent results (IMHO). My color favorite so far is Fuji Provia 400.

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    Masterful.
    Thank you, rayyan!

    I like what my BF said- "Oh, Vermeer-y!"

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    My wife's reflected in there somewhere. Cheers, Matt

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    Excellent,deep saturation & iq! Nice to see the Mrs. also!

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    Excellent,deep saturation & iq! Nice to see the Mrs. also!
    Steve: Thanks. She's the one without the hat. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Thanks. She's the one without the hat. Cheers, Matt.

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    Matt...Thanks For Clarifying!

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    The M4-P and the 35/3.5 LTM Summaron went for a walk with me the other day. We made some photos.

    Go Your Own Way, April, 2010


    Cyclists, April, 2010


    Lower Dogwalk, April, 2010


    Future Culvert Junction, April, 2010


    Culvert Work, April, 2010


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    Walgreens' scans again.

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    Maggie, Nice set with excellent color & IQ! Love # 1! Digging your Vibes on I-Tunes Too!
    What A Talent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Maggie, Nice set with excellent color & IQ! Love # 1! Digging your Vibes on I-Tunes Too!
    What A Talent!
    Thanks, Steve!!!

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    Maggie: As Steve said, excellent color and IQ. 1 and 7 for me. Walgreen's does a pretty good job. So that's Lincoln?

    I'll have to check out your music. Anybody who's a big fan of Zappa, Young and Waits gets my vote. And, the Velvet Underground! Sweet Jane is probably one of my all time favorite songs and Heroin still gives me goose bumps.

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    Maggie, These are really looking good. The summaron really is a good match with the M4-P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Maggie: As Steve said, excellent color and IQ. 1 and 7 for me. Walgreen's does a pretty good job. So that's Lincoln?
    Thanks, Matt! I think those two frames are my favorites, too. I'd have to say that Walgreens does an OK job and LightZone does a good job bringing things up to par. But the information is there in the .jpgs, so I guess that Walgreens is, in fact, doing a pretty good job.

    Oh, and yeah, that's Lincoln, or at least the far Southern end of it. We're about two blocks away from farmland or acerages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Maggie, These are really looking good. The summaron really is a good match with the M4-P.
    Thanks, Cindy! The Summaron and the M4-P make for such a tidy little package, too. That old lens has such a nice way of drawing and the film really responds to it; it's like all the edges just have some extra pop to them or something.

    Shooting the film Ms makes me wish my M8 was an M9 now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    ...

    Shooting the film Ms makes me wish my M8 was an M9 now.
    Me, too!.....someday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Sweet Jane is probably one of my all time favorite songs and Heroin still gives me goose bumps.

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    Funny you mention those 2 songs Matt. I must have listened to both a zillion times back in the day!

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    Since we're talking about music, here's a shot of my bedroom electric guitar rig, via the M4-P/Jupiter-8:

    Tiny Amp Town Telecaster Rig, April, 2010

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    Too Cool Maggie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Too Cool Maggie!
    Yes, very.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Yes, very.
    Maggie: ++1. Cheers, Matt

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    M7 and Fuji Velvia 100 at Seattle's Pike Place Market. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.







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    M7 and Fuji Velvia 100 at Seattle's Pike Place Market. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.







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    All three are just fantastic. Made me crave some fruit.

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    All three are just fantastic. Made me crave some fruit.
    Cindy: Thank you. I had a fruit salad with dinner. When i walk through there, at first, I wouldn't take their offered slices of apples, etc. Now, i do. It's only polite.

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    M7 and Kodak Ektar 100. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt





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    Errata: The fruit and flower photos posted earlier were also Kodak Ektar 100. I read the EXIF data wrong!
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    Matt, One must be polite.
    Ektar is my favorite color film. Your color on these is ...well....mouth watering.

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    Cindy: I really like the color rendition of the Ektar, also. I've got Portra 800 in the camera now. I did have a lab attach a not to my film saying that i shouldn't use Ilford XP2 because the emulsion was bad as of late! The processed film did look bad. Live and learn. Cheers, Matt
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    Thanks for the kind words, gang!!

    Matt, those last two pix make me homesick for San Francisco! Gorgeous colors.

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    Matt, Delicious Color & Excellent Compositions On All! Love Your Work Brotha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    ...Matt, those last two pix make me homesick for San Francisco! Gorgeous colors.
    Maggie, you're not in Nebraska anymore (well, actually you are)! I've lived in the city for a while. Great place. Thanks for your nice comments.

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    Matt, Delicious Color & Excellent Compositions On All! Love Your Work Brotha!
    Steve: Thank you!!

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    Backing In The Truck, Lincoln, NE, April, 2010


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    M4-P and the Summaron. The cat pix might be the Jupiter-8. Not sure, no notes.

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    Maggie: Nice stuff. Those cats look really tough! The color in the last one's great. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post


    M4-P and the Summaron. The cat pix might be the Jupiter-8. Not sure, no notes.
    Im Sneezing Already! Beautiful Cats & Shooting!

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    Thanks, guys!

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    Cruising in Santiago de Cuba...it was only after I processed the negs that I realized the wee lad had no helmut....good thing it was on the handlebar just in case

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    Maggie, Bob and Scooter are two serious looking cats. Very nice photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
    Cruising in Santiago de Cuba...it was only after I processed the negs that I realized the wee lad had no helmut....good thing it was on the handlebar just in case

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    JPomley: Beautiful photo. Love the pp.

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    Maggie, Bob and Scooter are two serious looking cats. Very nice photos.
    Thank you, Cindy!

    You know, Bob and Scooter are actually two very funny cats who are usually pretty crazy. Scooter is the lovey one, very snuggle-y, and Bob is the chatty Cat Of The House. But both of them can put on a serious po-face!

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    Many thanks Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
    Cruising in Santiago de Cuba...it was only after I processed the negs that I realized the wee lad had no helmut....good thing it was on the handlebar just in case

    Leica M7
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    Superb Image & PP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
    Cruising in Santiago de Cuba...it was only after I processed the negs that I realized the wee lad had no helmut....good thing it was on the handlebar just in case

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    Gorgeous tones in that photo!

    As for the helmet- the one on the handlebars is too big for the kid and if it was strapped on his head, all it would do in a crash is add mass to his head and increase the chance that his neck breaks.

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    Have to keep shooting film! She's selling those signs? Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    I havenŽt been in for a while. Stupid to be that busy. IŽve missed some great shooting.

    Maggie; that bedroom Tele is one gorgeous guitar! And those cat shots; be happy my dog Rulle wasnŽt around when I saw them; heŽd have killed my mac.
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    Steve, Maggie, cheers for the feedback.

    As for the helmet- the one on the handlebars is too big for the kid and if it was strapped on his head, all it would do in a crash is add mass to his head and increase the chance that his neck breaks.

    Agree, the kid had no chance!

    Matt, love that Ektar image. I shot a couple of rolls in Cuba and was very impressed. What scanner are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post

    Matt, love that Ektar image. I shot a couple of rolls in Cuba and was very impressed. What scanner are you using?
    +1 for sure. The color really pops... love that red hair on the right.

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    Jeff; great shot. I seem to remember that riding the tank with someoneŽs dad or big brother felt very safe?
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    Cheers Leif....ah yes, the trust we placed in adults.

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    Maggie; that bedroom Tele is one gorgeous guitar! And those cat shots; be happy my dog Rulle wasnŽt around when I saw them; heŽd have killed my mac.
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    Have to keep shooting film! She's selling those signs? Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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