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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Fantastic set of photos, Scott! Your Microphen Style Push-Fu is most impressive! And I LOVE LOVE LOVE the taco truck photo!!!!

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    Some photos from the M2, loaded with BW400CN. The first one is with the '59 Summilux and the rest are with the CV Ultron 35/1.7:

    I'm With Coco, July, 2010


    Dom Is Worried, July, 2010


    Devious Dad, July, 2010


    Testing The Water, July, 2010


    Hose Coil, July, 2010

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    Scott/Anthony/Jim/Maggie: Wonderful, diverse, excellent, strange, photos from all over! Thank you all for sharing.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Some photos from the M2, loaded with BW400CN. The first one is with the '59 Summilux and the rest are with the CV Ultron 35/1.7:

    I'm With Coco, July, 2010


    Dom Is Worried, July, 2010


    Devious Dad, July, 2010

    Great set Maggie!

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    I thanks you, Steve!

    Now if we could just figure out what my dad is up to... (I almost titled that photo "Pocket Pool.")

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I thanks you, Steve!

    Now if we could just figure out what my dad is up to... (I almost titled that photo "Pocket Pool.")
    You crack me up, Maggie.

    (oh, and I agree with Steve. )

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    You crack me up, Maggie.

    (oh, and I agree with Steve. )
    I'm glad for that, Lloyd! And thank you, too!

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

    FP4 in Rodinal (1+50)

    (the 'streak' in the skies is caused by dust on the scanning array.. i need to open up the Creo Eversmart, clean the optics, and rescan...)

    15mm CV














    12mm CV
    (the vingetting might be due to the lens hood.. this is the first time i've shot it with film.. i'll have to try it without the lens hood)










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    Jim: Nice set of photos. The15mm CV and the 12mm CV really give the machinery presence. Excellent tonality and detail. Not what I'd expect to see around Santa Cruz? Bits of railroad equipment, turbines, and maybe ore crushers? 20A, 15A, and 6A are especially interesting.

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    Jim: Nice set of photos. The15mm CV and the 12mm CV really give the machinery presence. Excellent tonality and detail.
    A BiG +1 from me on that set, Jim! A fantastic set of photos.

    Animal crackers time now...

    Bag Inspection, July, 2010


    On Her Perch, July, 2010


    Spotting Prey, July, 2010


    Release Me, July, 2010


    All with the M2, CV 35/1.7 Ultron and BW400CN

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    I just received a Contax G2 today and took it out for a spin at lunch.

    I need a judges ruling on where to post these in the future, here or in the "other" section, it is a rangefinder, just not a Leica .

















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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    I just received a Contax G2 today and took it out for a spin at lunch.

    I need a judges ruling on where to post these in the future, here or in the "other" section, it is a rangefinder, just not a Leica .
    Congrats on the new camera, Scott. Nice shots... I especially like that wall, and the parking meter.

    As for your question, I understand the dilemma to some extent. I shot occasionally with a Leica IIIc, which, while it is a Leica, is not a "Leica M". I supposed by the strict interpretation, we both (with our respective cameras) belong in the "other" thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    I just received a Contax G2 today and took it out for a spin at lunch.

    Congrats on a very cool new camera and on making a genuinely timeless image with it! I absolutely adore that photo of the box office (or minimart?).

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    Thanks Maggie! Yes, it is the box office of a currently vacant, and formerly grand theater.

    I have only spent 45 min and one roll of film with the Contax so far, but I am completely in love with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    A BiG +1 from me on that set, Jim! A fantastic set of photos.

    Animal crackers time now...

    Bag Inspection, July, 2010


    On Her Perch, July, 2010

    Spotting Prey, July, 2010
    Release Me, July, 2010
    All with the M2, CV 35/1.7 Ultron and BW400CN
    Maggie: Nice as always. These two especially remind me of our own feline supervisor.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    I just received a Contax G2 today and took it out for a spin at lunch.

    I need a judges ruling on where to post these in the future, here or in the "other" section, it is a rangefinder, just not a Leica .

    Scott: Congratulations on the new camera. The G2's a system that I've considered getting. Rockwell, for one, speaks highly of it.

    Nice first roll! Don't see Barney too often, anymore. I esp. like these two photos. Which lens were you using?

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    Matt,

    Yeah, Barney caught my eye for sure! The only lens I have so far for the G2 is the 45mm f2 Planar, which is tiny, sharp, contrasty, and for this first roll at least, perfect. I am thinking about getting the 90mm f2.8 Sonnar too....

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    Some non-Contax shots














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    Scooter gives the new Flickr layout the stinkeye:



    Jeeze, posting that one photo only took about the same about of time as posting three pix used to take.

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    CAREFUL, MAN!!! This is...

    Bat Country, July, 2010

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    Willows, July, 2010

    M4-P and Jack's old CV 15/4!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Some non-Contax shots




    Scott: Nice images. They show outdoor movies in the Inner Harbor? The light and shadow in all of them is brilliant. I esp. like the first two above, and that last one intrigues me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Scooter gives the new Flickr layout the stinkeye:

    Jeeze, posting that one photo only took about the same about of time as posting three pix used to take.
    TIME OUT! How do you get your cat to do that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    CAREFUL, MAN!!! This is...
    Bat Country, July, 2010
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    M4-P and Jack's old CV 15/4!
    Maggie: Excellent BIF photo. Rarely does one get to see this magnificent creature soaring in it's native habitat...the suburbs!

    (If you click on the photo it takes you to flickr. Did it do that before?)

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    I thanks you, Steve!

    Now if we could just figure out what my dad is up to... (I almost titled that photo "Pocket Pool.")
    !!!

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    Jim,Scott,Maggie...Most Excellent Work!

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    The last time I visited this forum I didn't see any film work. I stumbled across this today and was not only happy to see the images, but what stunning images they are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    TIME OUT! How do you get your cat to do that?



    Maggie: Excellent BIF photo. Rarely does one get to see this magnificent creature soaring in it's native habitat...the suburbs!

    (If you click on the photo it takes you to flickr. Did it do that before?)
    Scooter does all sorts of crazy stuff. I just have to be there!

    Yeah, all of my photos should link back to the Flickr page; it's required by Flickr's TOS, you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Scott: Nice images. They show outdoor movies in the Inner Harbor? The light and shadow in all of them is brilliant. I esp. like the first two above, and that last one intrigues me.



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    Thanks Matt. Outdoor movies are all the rage this summer. Depending on the day of the week they are showing in the Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Fells Point (where these were taken), and also on the Johns Hopkins campus.

    I think they are hoping that we can take a 2 hour break from shooting each other in order to enjoy a movie

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    Hi all, here are some shots that I got back so far.
    they are all not organized. getting ready to go back to the states.
    I will catch you all very soon.


















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    Just started scanning some of the pics from the summer´s visit to Cádiz, Spain.
    Weird composition, I know, my daughter´s even talking out of the frame. Still, I seem to like it a bit.
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    Leif: It violates all of the rules of composition! I like it a lot. You can always imagine the person she's talking to. The contrast and DOF's great. The photo's asymmetrical, but seems well balanced. I'm thinking that the OOF umbrella pole in the right foreground offsets/stops the line created by her looking out of the photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Thanks Matt. Outdoor movies are all the rage this summer. Depending on the day of the week they are showing in the Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Fells Point (where these were taken), and also on the Johns Hopkins campus.
    I think they are hoping that we can take a 2 hour break from shooting each other in order to enjoy a movie
    Scott: It's also something to do between your freak storms and power outages (my daughter lives near college Park).

    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    Hi all, here are some shots that I got back so far.
    they are all not organized. getting ready to go back to the states.
    I will catch you all very soon.

    Anthony: Nice set of images. The colors in these two are unusual. What kind of film were you using?

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    Leif: It violates all of the rules of composition! I like it a lot. You can always imagine the person she's talking to. The contrast and DOF's great. The photo's asymmetrical, but seems well balanced. I'm thinking that the OOF umbrella pole in the right foreground offsets/stops the line created by her looking out of the photo.
    I concur with Matt- that is a fantastic photo, all the moreso because it messes with preconceived notions of what's "right."

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Anthony: Nice set of images. The colors in these two are unusual. What kind of film were you using?
    Another +1 from me, Anthony! That's a really strong collection of photos and the colors are to die for, along with the geometry of the compositions!!! WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Here's a set from the M4-P, Jupiter-8 and BW400CN combo:


    In The Clover, July, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    Oh, and hooray for Flickr, for making BBCode links available in their "Share" menu!!!
    Maggie: Nicely done! Your mother looks slightly put out; tree and shadows are cool; your cats are always entertaining. I really like the composition and detail in the "doggie in the clover". Well done B&W.

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    Maggie: Nicely done! Your mother looks slightly put out; tree and shadows are cool; your cats are always entertaining. I really like the composition and detail in the "doggie in the clover". Well done B&W.
    Thanks, Matt!

    Yeah, Mom is always a bit annoyed with me shooting photos of her, but that doesn't stop me!

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    Thanks, Matt!

    Yeah, Mom is always a bit annoyed with me shooting photos of her, but that doesn't stop me!
    Maggie: And, it shouldn't stop you! Tell her that she has a following on the WWW that waits expectantly for each photo of her.

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    MP with lux asph 50. Cheap CVS B&W asa 400 film. The last one is reala 100.
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    Street scenes August 2010.
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    Nice set, Maggie.

    retow, It is like turning back the clock. My favorite is the first of the second post. I really like your style.

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    Cindy, thank you for the encouraging words. Havana, could easily be one of the most fascinating Spanish speaking cities in the world, but.......! I guess from the pictures one can tell that I'm interested in cars.
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    Thanks, Cindy! Nice to see you here again!

    retow, what a fantastic set of photos!! Havana really is like a time machine, isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    Street scenes August 2010.
    These really are great. Love the whole series, but the first one of this group is something really special.

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    Also, this:

    WOW! Wonderful colors!

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    Maggie and Lloyd thanks for the positive words. It's an amazing city with very friendly people. One can literally stand at a street corner and the action just happens. So it's rather easy to find interesting scenes. It was my first trip with the MP, but I must say the results somehow feel more satisfying/rewarding than with digital (M8). What you see here are only low res. scans of next corner pharmacy (CVS) developed films.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Pix from America:


    Just more of the usual random excellence, you know.
    Hey!! Here's a random congrats! Well deserved Maggie!

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    Hey!! Here's a random congrats! Well deserved Maggie!
    Thanks, Lloyd!!!

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    Just more of the usual random excellence, you know.
    A nice set. Nr 1 is my favourite

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    15mm CV

    I love these crazy wides! That lens might have to be next on my list.

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    Havana, could easily be one of the most fascinating Spanish speaking cities in the world, but.......!


    Agreed.

    I love this little peek into the inside.

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    Garage Sale Sign, August, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
    Maggie, all these little snippets of your life are just fascinating. Keep it up!

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