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    Quote Originally Posted by drazin View Post


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    M7 35mm cron v4 with orange filter on neopan 400 in xtol.
    Nice. Love the tonality of the b/w, and I love the way that wonderful lens renders.

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    m4-p, 35 lux preasph, tri-x


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    m4-p, 35 lux preasph, tri-x
    Holy Cow!! That is a stunning image, Jim. That processing is incredible. Wow.

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    Jim, Your image is really, really nice. The tones and detail are amazing.

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    50 summitar f/2


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    Jim ,that Last Shot has such a Beautiful Old World Atmosphere...Charming



    Just FANTASTIC, Charles
    love the Tones ,Mood & Modern Age
    even w/a retro lens !!!!

    The GRANDE Size here looks TRES COOOL...Summitar Rocks !

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    Thanks Helen ; )

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    50 summitar f/2
    Gorgeous shot. Love it.

    (I have the Summitar f2, which my father handed down to me. He bought it new in Germany in 1946. I love the way that lens renders, especially b/w.)

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    Thanks Lloyd,
    This lens was given to me by a good friend of mine which also belonged to his father .... I sent it off to DAG and it came back and now is one of my favorites for black&white ... Nice sometimes knowing the history of things ..

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    Thanks Lloyd,
    This lens was given to me by a good friend of mine which also belonged to his father .... I sent it off to DAG and it came back and now is one of my favorites for black&white ... Nice sometimes knowing the history of things ..
    I agree. I really appreciate things with some history. And, I really need to send mine to DAG. The aperture ring is really stiff. I haven't worried much, as I don't think I've ever shot it other than wide open, but still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    50 summitar f/2

    Excellent....so much character. You and LLoyd are really lucky to have such a lovely lens with a history.

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    50mm Summicron at f2 on Fuji Press 1600...

    I just bought another one of these lenses after not owning one for a year or two - I had forgotten how much I like the way they draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Hutton View Post
    50mm Summicron at f2 on Fuji Press 1600...

    I just bought another one of these lenses after not owning one for a year or two - I had forgotten how much I like the way they draw.
    Nice portrait, and good choice. I sure love my 50 Cron.

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    50mm Summicron at f2 on Fuji Press 1600...

    I just bought another one of these lenses after not owning one for a year or two - I had forgotten how much I like the way they draw.

    Don, This is a beautiful portrait. I love the way that lens draws wide open.

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    M7 90mm summicron on ektar

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    Quote Originally Posted by drazin View Post
    M7 90mm summicron on ektar
    Beautiful portrait. Wonderful light. Very nice.

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    Drazin,
    This is lovely. I really like the bokeh from the 90.... and also the ektar.

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    M7 / 35mm Summilux-M pre-ASPH / Fuji PRO800Z
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    Gabor,
    Little Doc is really growing. That is a beautiful photo!

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    A really nice series of images, Scott. I particularly like that last one. Nice to see you posting.

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    Thanks Lloyd!

    Playing with the CV 15mm lens today...with film rated at iso 1600 directly into the sun




    For some reason this old factory fascinates me







    and of course the obligatory stop at the liquor store



    Happy Holidays Everyone!

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    Thanks Lloyd!

    Playing with the CV 15mm lens today...with film rated at iso 1600 directly into the sun

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    Wow. Nice. That first one is stellar!! (no pun intended. )

    Happy Holidays to you too.

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    ScottG, My favorites are the last in the first set and the first in the last set. Please keep them coming. I have been neglecting my M4-P and seeing these makes me anxious to get it out again.
    BTW, What film did you use here? It looks wonderful.

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    M3, 'cron 40/2, TX, Rodinal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    ScottG, My favorites are the last in the first set and the first in the last set. Please keep them coming. I have been neglecting my M4-P and seeing these makes me anxious to get it out again.
    BTW, What film did you use here? It looks wonderful.
    Hi Cindy,

    I am a big fan of Neopan 400 developed in 1:1 Xtol. The first set was shot at iso 400, the second set at 1600.

    Let's see some M4-P pics!

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    Two with a summarit 1.5....M6 /Fp4+...CLick on to make BIGGER
    scottG / love the Lonely man surrounded by the Smoke

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    Helen, great as always.

    How do you like your M6?

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Two with a summarit 1.5....M6 /Fp4+...CLick on to make BIGGER
    scottG / love the Lonely man surrounded by the Smoke
    Two lovely photos. Congrats on the M6. The draw of the summarit fits your style well.

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    Some shots from my M4-2:


    Metropolitan Opera (NYC), Summicron 50mm f2

    All the rest are Shepherdstown, WV, with Summilux 35mm f1.4, pre-asph:





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    Quote Originally Posted by rgeorge911 View Post
    Some shots from my M4-2:

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    Those are some beautiful images. I particularly like the first one.

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    Reed,
    Very nice photos. My favorite is #2. It is charming....something about the shape of the tree against the buildings.

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    Lots of great photos!

    Here's one with M4-2/35mm/ Tri-x

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Lots of great photos!

    Here's one with M4-2/35mm/ Tri-x


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    That is a nice moment, William.

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    Wow - I agree with Lloyd - great capture of the moment.

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    Cheers and THANX Scott & Cindy !!!!!

    I bought the M6ttl from fbf/Chris here at GETDPI
    she's LOVELY ...a blk chrome .58
    the two frames DO NOT Bother me...that was a possible drawback but I adjusted easily so then I sold the M4
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    the summarit is quite Fun but Eric wants it!!

    For the New Year i'm doing one of the 'Online Photographer'
    challenges.... ONE LENS /CAMERA for the next 6 months (not year as suggested)
    so it will be the M6 / 1966 50 Summilux starting JAN 1 2010 ...
    BRING ON THE NEW YEAR

    Emmawest/WILLIAM ...Just Spectacular that Tri X Composition of Yours
    Was it with the 35 Lux.... LUV IT !!! Your Wife looks Beautiful

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    Thanks for all the kind words.

    Helen,
    Yes, it was with the 35mm pre asph lux. It's really a great little lens.
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    That's a lovely one William. Nice work.
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    William, Your photo of your wife is really amazing.

    Helen, Good luck on the "Online Photographer" challenge. I did the RFF one camera/one lens challenge for 14 days last year (M4-P and Summarex 85 f/1.5). It felt really good to not have to make choices, but I could never last for 6 months. I admire you for taking on the challenge. Let us know how it goes. (...and by the way, the black M4-P is divine... I hope you find one.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikel View Post
    35mm pre asph
    Nice. Love the isolation in the first one. The others are tack sharp, and the b/w is flat beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    lovely shots mikel!
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    Mikel, The black and white tones are excellent. What film did you use?

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    +1, good stuff Mikel !






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    Thanks all. Cindy, the first two are Tri-X and the last one is Acros.

    Another Tri-X, catfish in Chinatown:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Let's have a thread for film M's!

    M5, 85mm Summarex f/1.5, XP2

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    Hi Cindy,

    A Summarex is on my want list, in the meantime a J9 is in the mail. Is the Little girl sharpened in PS or this is the characteristics of the Summarex?

    By any chance do you have any headshots taken with the Summarex?

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