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    Dan, You Are "Smokin" With That Rig! I Love The Strong,Stark Contrast & Grain! Great Work & Looking Forward To More!

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    Nice, Dan. #2 is so rich with tones and energy. Very inspiring (all of them).

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    Thanks Steve and Cindy for your kind words, they are appreciated!

    Enjoying working with the M7, not in the comfort zone yet with shooting film but working on it. The most important thing is I am having some fun!


    Rudbeckia ~ Good Shepherd Center



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    Thanks for the kind words Dan! Much appreciated and I think you will enjoy those Legacy Pros. A good deal while available

    Loving all of your recent film shots. You seem to be in your element with an analog M! Excellent shots, all of them, keep it up!

    Joe

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    Dan, The 1st Floral Shot & The Market Images Are Great Film Work! Like The "Allman Brother's" Tribute Also!

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    M7, ZM 50 Planar, Portra 160

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    Thank you Joe & Steve for your kind words, they are appreciated!

    Steve love all your shots! Great B&W, love the first 3 with the solo elderly people, number 6 is also exceptional to my eye with the light and dark, black and white contract, and of course the capture of the photographer in the window!

    I was inspired to get a film camera after attending the Steve Huff SLUG workshop and a few of the SLUGS were shooting film. It is nice to see a couple of the BLUG's contributing over on the analog thread, certainly not as active as the digital.

    I am heading back to Boston on the week September 19th and do hope to have the opportunity to meet up with you during this trip.

    Traded in the M7 for a MP, wanted to force myself away from the AE of the M7 and sort out the speed and aperture for each shot.

    . . . . . anyway a few from Sunday with the MP

    The Skater



    The Sketch Artist



    Duo on the Mural Stage at the Brazil Festival


    Leica MP with 50 Summilux



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    Steve, Nice set. The jogger really stands out for me.
    Dan, New camera? The M7/35 combo did a great job, but these MP/50 lux shots knock my socks off.

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    Wow, Dan, your Leica path seems to be on a steep trajectory! Congrats on the MP and love those film shots! Agree, lets try to meet up this time you're in Boston.

    Steve, agree with Cindy, nice set with M7. Especially like the lighting, colors and composition on that shot with the pigeon, excellent!

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    The Skater


    Leica MP with 50 Summilux
    Cool... very cool

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    . . . . . and some more taken with the MP . . . . .

    Reflections



    The Skater (board flip) ~ Seattle Center



    Waiting on Porgy and Bess ~ Seattle Opera at Mccaw Hall



    Down in Front



    Arriving on Light Rail



    Leica MP with 50mm Summilux


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    Dan, You are killing me with these. Wow!!!!
    Reflections is a super Wow!

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    Thank you Jorgen, Joe, and Cindy! I am very appreciative of your kind words!


    . . . . . a couple with the M7

    Peg ~ Waiting for the morning Shuttle



    Before the Picking Began ~ Bybee Blueberry Farm, North Bend, WA


    . . . . . late opening for the blueberry picking season due to a long cool and wet spring/summer . . . . . .

    We did get about 50 pounds of ripe berries but with all the unripe berries on the bushes, this was truly a "PICKING" season!

    Leica M7 with APO 75mm f2 Summicron ASPH.


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    Joe,Cindy& Dan Thanks Very Much!

    Dan, I'm Thrilled For You On Your New MP! Your Foray Into Film Has Been Explosively Excellent! All Spectacular, But My Favorite Is "Down In Front"!
    Looking Forward To Seeing You In September!

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    Peruvian Band Member ~ Setting Up Prior to Performance ~ Seattle Center



    Peruvian Band Member ~ Tunning Up Prior to Performance ~ Seattle Center



    Walking Into the House ~ Medic One Station at Harborview Medical Center



    M7 with 75mm Summicron


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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post


    Peruvian Band Member ~ Setting Up Prior to Performance ~ Seattle Center


    This Shot Shows So Much Poise,Confidence & Style! Love It! Great Set Dan!

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    This Shot Shows So Much Poise,Confidence & Style! Love It! Great Set Dan!
    +1 all three of them

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    Thank you Steve and Jorgen for your kind words!

    Jorgen your Hanoi series in the other then 'M' thread is wonderful! A real treat to see North Vietnam through your lens.

    Been doing more viewing threads then commenting since returning from vacation in mid-July. Between work, actually getting some sunshine the past couple of weeks and shooting some film time is flying by!

    . . . . . anyway a few more from the past week at the International Fountain - Seattle Center . . . . . .

    Water Shot


    Full Spray



    Contemplating the Next Move


    MP with 50mm Summilux


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    Thanks Dan. The water shots above are also great. What film is that?

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    Jorgen, your welcome!

    The film used was LEGACYPRO 400 35X36 B&W NEG FILM. I picked up some rolls that were close to expiration date (09/2011) that were on sale from Freestyle Photographic Supplies online.

    . . . . . and thank you for your kind words.

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    That was a nice price. Did you try the ISO 100 as well?

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    Thank you Steve and Jorgen for your kind words!





    Contemplating the Next Move


    MP with 50mm Summilux

    The 2 kids just soaking it up & the coolness of the spray. Great to be young! Very nice set & processing!
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    Ballard Farmers Market


    Fund Raising Fiddler for the Ballard Food Bank





    Leica MP with 50mm Summilux

    Dan, This shot is one of my Favorites from you! The pride in her face as she intently performs & the cropped out food bank sign with the person holding it are timeless & exude the kindness of human spirit! Man This Is Awesome!

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    Thanks Steve for your very kind comments, they are always appreciated!

    . . . . . a few from a couple of weeks ago, a Sunday walk with the M7 before trading it in for the MP . . . . .


    FV NA KOA MALUHIA - Honolulu HI ~ Leaving Large Lock - Outward Bound



    Cruising the Locks



    Waiting for the Water to be Lowered



    M7 with 75mm Summicron

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    Dan, You'll Have To Teach Me Your Secrets When You Come To Boston In A Few Weeks! Im Really Inspired By All Of Your Work Brotha!!!

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    More goodness

    Same film?

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Thanks Steve for your very kind comments, they are always appreciated!

    . . . . . a few from a couple of weeks ago, a Sunday walk with the M7 before trading it in for the MP . . . . .


    FV NA KOA MALUHIA - Honolulu HI ~ Leaving Large Lock - Outward Bound



    M7 with 75mm Summicron

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    Thank you Steve & Jorgen for your kind words, they are always appreciated!

    Steve, my secrets are an open book, what little I know I will be happy to share!

    Jorgen, the film used was Ilford HP-5 Plus 400 B/W.

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    You are rockin' da house Dan! Loving your film work.

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    M7, ZM 50 Planar, Portra 160

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    Very nice, Steve. I love the b/w conversions.

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    Very nice, Steve. I love the b/w conversions.
    Thanks Cuz!

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    Great work, Dan! You are really "Visualizing Ballard," as that bumper sticker says.
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    M7, ZM 50 Planar, Portra 160
    Good

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    Steve, love your work, the shot of the two produce(?) delivery man is a delightful shot. Love the look of the guy looking at you as well as the setting where the produced is being delivered on a garbage strewn street/alley with the tagged buildings. Nice capture which for me allows my imagination to run wild about the scene.


    . . . . . and thank you Steve, Lloyd, Jorgen, & Peter for you kind words, they are appreciated!

    It is fun putting down the M9 for awhile and shooting film.


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    Inbound Traffic Waiting for the Water to Rise ~ Ballard Locks


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    Jorgen & Dan, Much Appreciated!

    Dan, The Security Guy In The First Shot Is All Business! Nice Pair & Processing!

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    Wet market


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    Ed, lovely shot, enjoy the soft colors rendered in the photograph.

    From the Flickr page you were shooting the M6/35 f2 combo. Did you do any post processing or was the look a direct result of the expired film?

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    Ed, lovely shot, enjoy the soft colors rendered in the photograph.

    From the Flickr page you were shooting the M6/35 f2 combo. Did you do any post processing or was the look a direct result of the expired film?
    Thanks Dan ! I only recovered the colour in LR3 with sharpness added as it was scanned from negative.

    BnW pic spam- Soya unker taking a break @ wet market.


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    Excellent Street Ed!

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    Baja Style Fish Tacos Stand ~ Farmers Market ~ Port Townsend, WA



    Bread Bread Bread Bakery ~ Farmers Market ~ Port Townsend, WA


    Leica MP with Voigtlander Ultron ASPH 28mm F1.9


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    Excellent Street Ed!
    Thanks bro !

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    ++1!

    Ed the color shot is great but I am loving the B&W with the silver tones, nicely done!
    Thanks Dan ! I love grey tone in my photos. I like the high contrast in your BnW shots, they are really excellent ! You seem to shoot a lot with your MP lately

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    Dan, i can't stress enough how your film work is Wowing me! The interaction between the child & grandpa is so touching. Nice comps & top notch processing!

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    M7,ZM 50, Portra 160

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    Steve, a wonderful capture! All three marching in step, two shuffling and one in long strides with one hell of a pony-tail!

    . . . . . and as usual, if we look hard we can find the photographer as well!

    You are da man about town . . . . .

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    Steve, thanks for your kind words, they are appreciated! Hope to have an opportunity to hook up with you and Joe when I am back in Boston in a couple of weeks.

    . . . . . anyway a few from a Sunday morning walk in the fog at the Ballard Locks.

    Boat Hands Working the Locks ~ Ballard Locks ~ Seattle, WA



    Crossing the Spillway - Salmon Ladder to Small Lock ~ Ballard Locks ~ Seattle, WA



    Army Corps of Engineers Tour Guide ~ Ballard Locks ~ Seattle, WA



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    Steve, a wonderful capture! All three marching in step, two shuffling and one in long strides with one hell of a pony-tail!

    . . . . . and as usual, if we look hard we can find the photographer as well!

    You are da man about town . . . . .
    Thanks Bud.

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    Testing out new setting for my scanner..fresh fuji superia 400


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