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    Here is a few of mine with the VC15. some old shots. first 2 with some fuji color expired 20years ago.
    the last is fuji 800npz converted to BW.





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    Nice set! Are those stairs at Afton State Park? They look familiar.

    I love the Norwest Tower shot!

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    one more with velvia 50.

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    Very nice stuff, Anthony. I love the b/w

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Nice set! Are those stairs at Afton State Park? They look familiar.

    I love the Norwest Tower shot!

    Thanks, maggie.
    it's along mississippi river right next to franklin ave. bridge. it was flooding badly about 2 months ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    Thanks, maggie.
    it's along mississippi river right next to franklin ave. bridge. it was flooding badly about 2 months ago.
    Holy cow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice stuff, Anthony. I love the b/w
    Thanks Lloyd. I sold the VC15 tho. now, just replaced with a 21SA few days ago.

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    Holy cow!
    yup. it's crazy. globe warming effect is getting more and more serious now, in my opinion.

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    One from the Leica M4-P and 35/3.5 Summaron lens on ShurFine400:

    His Nibs, April, 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    Here is a few of mine with the VC15. some old shots. first 2 with some fuji color expired 20years ago.
    the last is fuji 800npz converted to BW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    One from the Leica M4-P and 35/3.5 Summaron lens on ShurFine400:

    His Nibs, April, 2010
    Very Nice Anthony & Maggie!

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    Thanks, Steve!

    Some recent film shots from the M2 + '59 50 Summilux on BW400CN:

    Ann Krein, June, 2010


    Walking Domino with Mom, June, 2010


    Shadow Chair, June, 2010


    Lower Dogwalk Trees, June, 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Thanks, Steve!

    Some recent film shots from the M2 + '59 50 Summilux on BW400CN:

    Ann Krein, June, 2010

    Nice set. This first one is outstanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice set. This first one is outstanding.
    Thank you, Lloyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice set. This first one is outstanding.
    +1. like the tone a lot.

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    Candy Land at Downtown St Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    +1. like the tone a lot.
    Thanks, Anthony!

    Say, where is Candyland, exactly? Is it new? I don't remember it, but then, I moved away in 1996.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Thanks, Anthony!

    Say, where is Candyland, exactly? Is it new? I don't remember it, but then, I moved away in 1996.
    downtown st paul. don't remember where exactly. not sure if they are new... I moved here about 6 years ago. But I think they have one at downtown minneapolis too.

    YES, the subscription works.

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    Our neighbors got a new puppy, named Jasper, and Dom and I visited him the other night, along with the M2, BW400CN, and the '59 Summilux 50/1.4:

    Jasper Attack, June, 2010




    A few more from the same roll and rig:

    Mom's Arm, June, 2010


    Shadow Stairs, June, 2010


    Lower Dog Walk Pond, June, 2010

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    Both are taken with newly acquired 21sa.
    more to come.




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    First and third is taken with 50 summitar. Second, is the 21sa.
    more to come.



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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Very Nice Anthony & Maggie!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice set. This first one is outstanding.
    Anthony/Maggie/Maggie: +1, +1, +1.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Our neighbors got a new puppy, named Jasper, and Dom and I visited him the other night, along with the M2, BW400CN, and the '59 Summilux 50/1.4:

    Jasper Attack, June, 2010



    A few more from the same roll and rig:
    Shadow Stairs, June, 2010
    Maggie: Nice images. I esp. like the action and viewpoint in this first one and the shadows and geometry in the second one.

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    First and third is taken with 50 summitar. Second, is the 21sa.
    more to come.

    Anthony: The Printmaker's back. Very nice photos. Is this Velvia, also?

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    Thanks, Matt!

    Anthony, I love that portrait!

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    Yes Anthony, me too! There is a real luminance to it somehow...

    Maggie -- I like your shots as well. That is a good capture of your mom.
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    Maggie & Anthony...What Can I Say.....Freakin Awesome Stuff! Inspirational!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Anthony/Maggie/Maggie: +1, +1, +1.


    Maggie: Nice images. I esp. like the action and viewpoint in this first one and the shadows and geometry in the second one.


    Anthony: The Printmaker's back. Very nice photos. Is this Velvia, also?

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    Yes, the it's velvia 100 cross proecessed and color corrected at my best. It got really nasty. But still very saturated.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Thanks, Matt!

    Anthony, I love that portrait!
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    Yes Anthony, me too! There is a real luminance to it somehow...

    Maggie -- I like your shots as well. That is a good capture of your mom.
    In love with the 21SA only downside is that it's not metering on the m6, not even compensation. some good practice on sunny 16(or guess metering LOL) and the closest focus in the rangefinder is about 0.6m, any distance from 0.4m-0.6m need to guess. otherwise it's a very very impressive lens. I regretted that I sold the VC15. now, i have the 21sa. NOT ANYMORE.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Maggie & Anthony...What Can I Say.....Freakin Awesome Stuff! Inspirational!
    Steve, I love the photos you have at the digitalM and your website. especially all those street shots. I haven't done any street ones for awhile... have some kind of awkwardness while shooting on the street lately.
    But your works are my motivation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    A few more from the same roll and rig:

    Mom's Arm, June, 2010

    Somehow I missed this. Beautiful. I will be going home to visit my parents and my grandma. Hopefully I can get some good ones of them. especially my grandma. She is beautiful.

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    21SA is totally a portrait lens!! also from the same roll of Velvia 100 cross processed and color corrected at my best.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Yes Anthony, me too! There is a real luminance to it somehow...

    Maggie -- I like your shots as well. That is a good capture of your mom.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Maggie & Anthony...What Can I Say.....Freakin Awesome Stuff! Inspirational!
    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    Somehow I missed this. Beautiful. I will be going home to visit my parents and my grandma. Hopefully I can get some good ones of them. especially my grandma. She is beautiful.
    Stuart, Steve and Anthony: Thank you, guys!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    21SA is totally a portrait lens!! also from the same roll of Velvia 100 cross processed and color corrected at my best.

    Gorgeous photo of a gorgeous woman! So you had the Velvia processed at a C-41 lab? Is that correct?

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    Gorgeous photo of a gorgeous woman! So you had the Velvia processed at a C-41 lab? Is that correct?
    Yes that is correct.

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    Looks pretty cool, Anthony!

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    Dom and Scoot at Treat Corner, June, 2010


    They mean business!

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    that is hilarious! They have just enough space between them...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Dom and Scoot at Treat Corner, June, 2010


    They mean business!
    I love this!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post


    Mom's Arm, June, 2010


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    Maggie, There's Something So Endearing Here. Wish I Took More Pics Of My Mom. You Have A Wonderful Family! Keep Posting Them.
    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    21SA is totally a portrait lens!! also from the same roll of Velvia 100 cross processed and color corrected at my best.

    Cant Say Enough About Your Work!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Dom and Scoot at Treat Corner, June, 2010


    They mean business!
    Awesome!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Our neighbors got a new puppy, named Jasper, and Dom and I visited him the other night, along with the M2, BW400CN, and the '59 Summilux 50/1.4:

    Jasper Attack, June, 2010

    I love the look on Dom's face. You can tell he's thinking .

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    Dom and Scoot at Treat Corner, June, 2010


    They mean business!
    OMG what a couple of little thugs!!! I guess you have to "pay a toll" to get from the kitchen to the dining table, yes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Dom and Scoot at Treat Corner, June, 2010


    They mean business!
    Maggie, This is one of the best dog/cat photos I've ever seen! Too funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    21SA is totally a portrait lens!! also from the same roll of Velvia 100 cross processed and color corrected at my best.

    The 21 SA is a very special lens and it has landed in the right hands with you. This is a wow!

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    Cant Say Enough About Your Work!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    The 21 SA is a very special lens and it has landed in the right hands with you. This is a wow!
    Thanks for the love

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    Lets do some less garish. trix/tmax dev push iso 800
    I think the tmax is toward the end of its life. Up close, the negative looks a bit funny to me. And there are a lot of water marks.

    50 summitar f2
    A garden/trial place at the corner couple blocks away from where i live. a very interesting place...


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    I just finished scanning a roll of BW400CN from the M4-P and Jupiter-8 combo. Here are some of the frames from that roll.

    UFO, June, 2010


    Chat Robert, June, 2010


    Empty Bottle, June, 2010


    Storm Drain, June, 2010


    Domino Looks Up, June, 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Maggie, There's Something So Endearing Here. Wish I Took More Pics Of My Mom. You Have A Wonderful Family! Keep Posting Them.

    Cant Say Enough About Your Work!!!

    Awesome!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I love the look on Dom's face. You can tell he's thinking .
    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    OMG what a couple of little thugs!!! I guess you have to "pay a toll" to get from the kitchen to the dining table, yes?
    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Maggie, This is one of the best dog/cat photos I've ever seen! Too funny.
    Thanks, y'all!!!

    Yep, Dom and Scooter definitely demand tribute from the h00mans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
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    Al's breakfast, one of my most favorite breakfast places.



    It warms my heart to know that Al's is still going strong and was so lovingly photographed! Well done! Bon Appetit!

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    These are all terrific. Especially the last one, love the lights.

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    Sometimes you just never know what you'll find when you drive down that dirt road.

    M6, CV 25mm Color Skopar, orange filter, Tri-X @400 with TMax developer.

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    Sometimes you just never know what you'll find when you drive down that dirt road.

    M6, CV 25mm Color Skopar, orange filter, Tri-X @400 with TMax developer.
    @ the sign

    Gorgeous photo, Claire!

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    Gorgeous photo of a gorgeous woman! So you had the Velvia processed at a C-41 lab? Is that correct?
    Anthony: +1. I like the flare.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Dom and Scoot at Treat Corner, June, 2010
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    They mean business!
    Maggie: Like everybody else, I think this is terrific! Great capture and postures.

    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    Lets do some less garish. trix/tmax dev push iso 800I think the tmax is toward the end of its life. Up close, the negative looks a bit funny to me. And there are a lot of water marks.
    50 summitar f2
    A garden/trial place at the corner couple blocks away from where i live. a very interesting place...

    35lux pre-asph
    Al's breakfast, one of my most favorite breakfast places.
    Anthony: I love the detail in this first photo and the lack of detail in the second one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I just finished scanning a roll of BW400CN from the M4-P and Jupiter-8 combo. Here are some of the frames from that roll.

    Empty Bottle, June, 2010
    Maggie: Nice set. This one doesn't look very Lincoln?

    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post

    Sometimes you just never know what you'll find when you drive down that dirt road.
    M6, CV 25mm Color Skopar, orange filter, Tri-X @400 with TMax developer.
    Claire: Good eye! Nice framing, horizon line and vanishing point.

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    Bunn In Grass, June, 2010


    Eastern Cottontail via the M4-P and 50mm Jupiter-8 lens. The rabbits are quite used to Domino and I now, and we're able to get quite close. There were two rabbits there and Domino was able to give the other one a little nose bump, like he does to my cats. It's crazy. He likes rabbits.

    Here's a few more from the same roll of BW400CN-

    Watching Domino, June, 2010


    Lower Dog Walk Steps, June, 2010


    Beaver Creek Segway, June, 2010

    (HI Steve! It's Segway Sunday!)

    Upper Dogwalk With Collie, June, 2010

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    Bunn In Grass, June, 2010


    Eastern Cottontail via the M4-P and 50mm Jupiter-8 lens. The rabbits are quite used to Domino and I now, and we're able to get quite close. There were two rabbits there and Domino was able to give the other one a little nose bump, like he does to my cats. It's crazy. He likes rabbits.

    Here's a few more from the same roll of BW400CN-

    Watching Domino, June, 2010


    Lower Dog Walk Steps, June, 2010


    Beaver Creek Segway, June, 2010

    (HI Steve! It's Segway Sunday!)

    Upper Dogwalk With Collie, June, 2010
    Nice Segway From My Segway Into This Segway!

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