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    Am I the only one left with a film Leica?

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    No Maggie. No!!

    just too busy with school and working on some project.

    and also dealing with a cold and seasonal allergy

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    forgot to mention i love the soccer set. the one that was throw the ball i love the most!

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    some more from Chicago and one from Hong Kong
    all trix
    ... by khc1013(away), on Flickr

    Allison by khc1013(away), on Flickr

    Ju ju ju... Julia by khc1013(away), on Flickr


    A local all female alleycat in Minneapolis.
    Portra 160vc
    img519 by khc1013(away), on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Am I the only one left with a film Leica?
    Maggie, I've left the party, but I hope I can come back soon.
    I really like all of the soccer photos from Mollie's game.

    Anthony, Nice, nice set! I really like Allison and Julie.

    Hold down the fort, guys.

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    Moonrise over Enumclaw, WA. M7 50 Cron. 24 s exposure on Velvia.
    Pair of horses in front of Mt. Rainier. The scans here were one of my firsts and were only 4 x 5 scans with lots of pp and cropping. Turned out quite "moody". 50 Con
    Joe Pye weeds and Mt. Rainier. M7 28 Elmarit. 32 s exposure.

    If I dind't do this right, forgive me. Still learning how to post.

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    No Maggie. No!!

    just too busy with school and working on some project.

    and also dealing with a cold and seasonal allergy
    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    forgot to mention i love the soccer set. the one that was throw the ball i love the most!
    Phew!! Glad you're still shooting your M!

    My nose has been pretty cranky here lately, too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Maggie, I've left the party, but I hope I can come back soon.
    I really like all of the soccer photos from Mollie's game.

    Anthony, Nice, nice set! I really like Allison and Julie.

    Hold down the fort, guys.
    Cindy, I sooo wish I could have bought your M4-P! Here's hoping you're back in action sooner rather than later!

    Thanks for the compliment on the soccer shots- I was really pleased with that set!

    A big +1 on Anthony's shots, too.


    I should have some new pix from a night out downtown and a trip to a cemetery soon.

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    Edtan, I like these, especially the Joe Pye weeds at Mt. Ranier.

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    A local all female alleycat in Minneapolis.
    Portra 160vc
    img519 by khc1013(away), on Flickr
    Nice! Great color. I just got some Portra 160VC, but I haven't shot any yet, looking forward to it.

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    Am I the only one left with a film Leica?
    Nope. Just have too many cameras and not enough time. I did take the M6 out for a walk this afternoon.









    And because everybody should have a picture of a fire hydrant in their portfolio...

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    Very beautiful b&w there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Edtan, I like these, especially the Joe Pye weeds at Mt. Ranier.
    Thanks Cindy, I just started and I am inspired by the brilliant work here.

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    Maggie: I still have a film Leica...somewhere?
    Anthony: Great set. I esp. like the tone, grain and her look in "Allison" and the color and subject isolation in "alleycat".
    Ed: Nice work with the M7 and the velvia. The last one's my favorite. The horizontal crop's perfect.
    Cindy: You've gone over to the dark side; or, is this the dark side and that's the light side?
    Claire: An elegant set of B&W's. Very fine grained and a sun "etched" sharpness. The first one's my favorite with the reflection and shadow. What film is this?

    (I wonder what my clients would think if i used these little animicons in my business correspondence? )

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    What film is this?
    Matt,

    This is Rollei Retro 80S, stand developed in Rodinal 1:100 for 1 hour. It's very nice film - who would have thought you would get such fine grained negatives after letting them soup for an hour in Rodinal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
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    Cindy: You've gone over to the dark side; or, is this the dark side and that's the light side?
    ...

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt,

    I have had an M8 since Nov. 2006. I got one the first week that they came out. I just traded up to an M9 and also have a NEX5. but I still find that film is my true love. I'm one of those people that actually thinks that scanning is fun.
    Cindy

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Nope. Just have too many cameras and not enough time. I did take the M6 out for a walk this afternoon.









    And because everybody should have a picture of a fire hydrant in their portfolio...

    These are great -- chromogenic film? If not, I'm dying to know what it is.

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    Am I the only one left with a film Leica?
    No, I've just become enchanted with MF film qualities, and disenchanted with 35mm. I still carry the M2 around with the MF camera though :-).

    I have a roll I need to develop, but it got so curled from sitting too long on the take-up spool in the M2 that it was impossible to feed onto the developing reel. I'm letting it sit in the canister for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    some more from Chicago and one from Hong Kong
    all trix
    ...
    Allison by khc1013(away), on Flickr

    ...
    All good stuff, but I like this the best. Pretty girl, nice expression, interesting setting, good exposure.

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    Nice! Great color. I just got some Portra 160VC, but I haven't shot any yet, looking forward to it.
    forgot to mention that this are shot at 100. IMHO, I don't think I needed to pull at where I was shooting. But when you are shooting in some shade, pulling 1/3 to 2/3 will give you some pretty good results.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Matt,

    I have had an M8 since Nov. 2006. I got one the first week that they came out. I just traded up to an M9 and also have a NEX5. but I still find that film is my true love. I'm one of those people that actually thinks that scanning is fun.
    Cindy
    Scanning is "pain in the a*s" but I love it

    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    These are great -- chromogenic film? If not, I'm dying to know what it is.
    is there a red/yellow filter involved? Maybe Ilford XP2?

    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    All good stuff, but I like this the best. Pretty girl, nice expression, interesting setting, good exposure.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    is there a red/yellow filter involved? Maybe Ilford XP2?

    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    These are great -- chromogenic film? If not, I'm dying to know what it is.


    Rollei Retro 80S film, no filter, stand developed in Rodinal. Makes some super punchy negatives, but they scan well. Another bonus is that the negatives dry really flat, unlike for example T-Max, which has that really annoying barrel curve.

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    Rollei Retro 80S film, no filter, stand developed in Rodinal. Makes some super punchy negatives, but they scan well. Another bonus is that the negatives dry really flat, unlike for example T-Max, which has that really annoying barrel curve.
    Sweet, I have a 10-roll pack awaiting use, myself! You have me excited to shoot some. Maybe I'll fall back in love with my M2. I also have some Adonal (Adox Rodinal replacement) that I haven't put to use yet. I need to process my exposed roll of Plus-X in Diafine, then I'll load up some of this Rollei stuff and try the Adonal with it.

    I agree the negs are punchy, but they have great acutance and very little grain (or maybe I should say nice, smooth, grain). Did you shoot box speed? What was your Rodinal regime?

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    All good stuff, but I like this the best. Pretty girl, nice expression, interesting setting, good exposure.
    Hey -- I think I just realized something. Is this the gal from your "printmaking" series and other portraits? If so, I thought she looked familiar. She is SO naturally pretty.

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    Matt,

    I have had an M8 since Nov. 2006. I got one the first week that they came out. I just traded up to an M9 and also have a NEX5. but I still find that film is my true love. I'm one of those people that actually thinks that scanning is fun.
    Cindy
    Cindy: I got an M8 when they came out too. An M7, a little after that. Didn't use the M7, so, I sold it. This year, I bought another M7 and a Nikon F6. I'm getting back in to film. I, also, like to scan. Cheers, Matt.

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    Rollei Retro 80S film, no filter, stand developed in Rodinal. Makes some super punchy negatives, but they scan well. Another bonus is that the negatives dry really flat, unlike for example T-Max, which has that really annoying barrel curve.
    I had a look at Retro 100 (I think it was) a couple of years ago, and wasn't too impress. I suppose this is a completely different film then?

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    I had a look at Retro 100 (I think it was) a couple of years ago, and wasn't too impress. I suppose this is a completely different film then?
    It is different. The Retro 100 is the old Agfa APX100.

    I am a big believer in the theory that there are no bad B&W films - only bad film/developer combinations. A great resource on the web for various film/developer combinations is http://www.filmdev.org/ .

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    Film and an M Camera at last! M7 with Ilford HP5 Plus. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.











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    I really like that set, Matt. Especially the flowers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I really like that set, Matt. Especially the flowers!
    Maggie: Thank you! I've got some more to process. You're not alone over here! Cheer, Matt.

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    have been overwhelmed with school and projects.

    will be participated in a gallery exhibition, images are due in two weeks and still don't know what to do. this stresses me the most.

    well, here are two with Portra 160vc


    Anti-war by khc1013(away), on Flickr


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    Matt, I really like the set, especially the flowers. Congratulations on the new M7.

    Anthony, I love the wedding baby. The colors are great. Do you scan your own Porta? I struggle with the color when I scan Porta for some reason.

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    Indeed, I do. I use epson4490. When I got the negative, they all look fine on the index from the 1hr lab. But when i scan them they are always off. I use color corrected and digital ice tech while scanning portra. most of them time they are still off, so correct them in photoshop. Sometimes 5-10 frames out of a roll have some dramatic color shift. Even with photoshop I am having a hard time to fix them.

    not sure if that's the case, but the dramatic color shifted once are always the one in somewhat low light or shade. With the sun, it's so much better.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Matt, I really like the set, especially the flowers. Congratulations on the new M7.

    Anthony, I love the wedding baby. The colors are great. Do you scan your own Porta? I struggle with the color when I scan Porta for some reason.

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    M7, Ilford HP5 Plus. Last week. Cheers, Matt.













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    Leica M5 / ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar T*
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    New-ish pix from my 1964 Leica M2 and 1959 50mm Summilux lens, loaded with that funky private label XP2:


    A Boy And His Dog, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Scooter By The Birch, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Domino and Bill, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Outdoor Summilux Scooter, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Summilux Scooter On The Hunt, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

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    Maggie, These are all so nice. "A boy and his dog" is my favorite. Scooter looks so handsome at the birch.
    I can't wait to get my soon-to-arrive M6 and join back in this thread.

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    I like this one. Nice sepia treatment.

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    I've been away from this thread and didn't see this series. The black and white is just beautiful. My favorite is the first one of the flowers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Maggie, These are all so nice. "A boy and his dog" is my favorite. Scooter looks so handsome at the birch.
    I can't wait to get my soon-to-arrive M6 and join back in this thread.
    Thank you, Cindy!

    I'm looking forward to seeing your work with the M6! Michael sure loves his!

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    1st off, Thanks Cindy for kind words on the sepia shed....
    I may tone the shade down a bit in future attempts...
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    From Last Saturday, a nice gentleman I chatted with for about 10 minutes..
    We both finished a long walk at the same time, but from different paths

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    M-5 guy: Beautiful sepias! The collapsing shed's probably my favorite.
    Maggie: Always love the Scooter shots; but, "A Boy and his Dog" is great!
    Cindy: Thanks! Haven't been here for a while myself.
    M-5 Guy: Nice series. Makes a better "portrait" then one photo. Gives a stronger impression of the Gentlemen.
    Scott: Strong image. Appropriately "gritty".

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    Hi All,

    First post from a new member.
    Small boy (my grandson) and a big puddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry.Kelly View Post
    Hi All,

    First post from a new member.
    Small boy (my grandson) and a big puddle.
    Welcome Terry. Great first post. I especially like the fourth and fifth images. Looking forward to more!

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    Hi Terry,
    Welcome to the forum. I enjoyed your first post. It is a really fun series to look at. My favorite is #5.
    What M did you use and what film? (It is fun to know.)

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    Thanks Cindy and Lloyd.

    These shots were taken with an MP on Kodak BW400CN, minilab processed and scanned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry.Kelly View Post
    Thanks Cindy and Lloyd.

    These shots were taken with an MP on Kodak BW400CN, minilab processed and scanned.
    Sweet, keep the photos coming.

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    Leica M5
    ZM 50/1.5 C-Sonnar T*
    f/1.5 @ 1/125 for all, no flash
    Plus-X @ 125
    Xtol 1:3






    Last edited by M5-Guy; 6th November 2010 at 16:48.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry.Kelly View Post
    Hi All,

    First post from a new member.
    Small boy (my grandson) and a big puddle.


    My Son also loves puddles !!
    Great Series
    Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    M-5 guy: Beautiful sepias! The collapsing shed's probably my favorite.
    Maggie: Always love the Scooter shots; but, "A Boy and his Dog" is great!
    Cindy: Thanks! Haven't been here for a while myself.
    M-5 Guy: Nice series. Makes a better "portrait" then one photo. Gives a stronger impression of the Gentlemen.
    Scott: Strong image. Appropriately "gritty".

    Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks driscoll

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

    Peter, I like the photo of your wife and your son (with the cart). The photo of your son alone is beautiful. This is a really nice series. The combo of M5 and Sonnar seems like a great pairing.



    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post
    Leica M5
    ZM 50/1.5 C-Sonnar T*
    f/1.5 @ 1/125 for all, no flash
    Plus-X @ 125
    Xtol 1:3







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