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    I've been experimenting with Ilford Pan F in a Glycine developer - really nice combination IMO - excellent tonality. Here's a shot of my daughter with the 75mm 'cron wide open...

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    Wow, Don. In addition to your daughter being beautiful, the photo is just lovely. I sat back from my computer and looked at it again. No digital photo has tones like that (to me anyway.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Hutton View Post
    I've been experimenting with Ilford Pan F in a Glycine developer - really nice combination IMO - excellent tonality. Here's a shot of my daughter with the 75mm 'cron wide open...
    That really is quite wonderful tonality... and a great portrait. Your daughter has beautiful eyes.

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    Many thanks Cindy and Lloyd. Despite an assortment of digital tools, I reach for film as often as possible... and do believe it offers more of what I want than digital capture.

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    Very, very lovely Don. Both the tones and the portrait -- I love the expression -- it is a very adult expression...she looks wise beyond her years.
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    Very nice Don. I also find her expression interesting, at first I thought it was exasperation (something I see on my family members whenever I have a camera), and then more of a wry humor look, and then just a nice expression.

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    A couple from the other day.

    MP, 50 cron, Fuji 160 NPS




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    M4-2/ 50mm/ Tri-X and some good old window light.

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    Beautiful image William!
    I like the shallow depth of field and the focus on the eyes.
    I like the grain too!

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    Wow, Don. In addition to your daughter being beautiful, the photo is just lovely. I sat back from my computer and looked at it again. No digital photo has tones like that (to me anyway.)
    I total agree with what Cindy said. It's just beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    M4-2/ 50mm/ Tri-X and some good old window light.
    Timeless, classic image. Beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjlapier View Post
    A couple from the other day.

    MP, 50 cron, Fuji 160 NPS



    Very nice. I'm sure you will treasure these in years to come.

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    William, Wow! Those eyes.

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    Ditto Cindy -- WOW!!!

    Your picture, William, is why we still shoot film. Thanks for sharing it.

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    Blown Away By The Talent In Here!






    M6, zm 28 Biogon, bw400cn

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Blown Away By The Talent In Here!


    M6, zm 28 Biogon, bw400cn
    I'm blown away by it too... including right there in that post of yours, Steve.

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    I'm blown away by it too... including right there in that post of yours, Steve.
    Thanks Cuz!!!

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    M6/ 90mm/ Ilford 3200 @ 1600.

    Grandmother in law a few years ago.

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    M6/ 90mm/ Ilford 3200 @ 1600.

    Grandmother in law a few years ago.
    Love the contrasty light. Beautiful lady.

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    William, I just bookmarked your Flickr site! Beautiful Family & Extraordinary Work! Wow!

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    HI There
    Steve - the guy with the light and the surfboard is completely wonderful.

    Oh Dear - I shouldn't be looking at these

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    HI There
    Steve - the guy with the light and the surfboard is completely wonderful.

    Oh Dear - I shouldn't be looking at these
    Thanks Jono!

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    while Having Brunch w/Cam,kevin & Eric over the Holidays....i got to Play with Cam's 1.0 Nocti
    Cinematic Quality to slooow Film & fast Lems /M6ttl
    Last edited by helenhill; 13th January 2010 at 14:09.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    while Having Brunch w/Cam,kevin & Eric over the Holidays....i got to Play with Cam's 1.0 Nocti
    Cinematic Quality to slooow Film & fast Lems /M6ttl
    This is really terrific, Helen. Nice work (as always).

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    Helen, The nocti really works in your hands. I have a feeling you will have one soon.

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    Cheers *.... Thank You Lloyd & Cindy

    Cindy, I'm actually Interested in trying the 1.1 Nokton
    I think YOU had one for a short time
    sold it to mablesound (?)...should have GOT IT then from You

    best to YOU Both !!

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    Helen - really wonderful tones. Instead of buying a nocti, I would get some handmade fiber prints. There's almost nothing nicer than holding a well done print in your hand.


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    Cheers *.... Thank You Lloyd & Cindy

    Cindy, I'm actually Interested in trying the 1.1 Nokton
    I think YOU had one for a short time
    sold it to mablesound (?)...should have GOT IT then from You

    best to YOU Both !!
    Yes, I sold it to John, regretted it, and bought another. It is a lovely lens and serves me well. It is just not quite the same as the Leica, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Helen - really wonderful tones. Instead of buying a nocti, I would get some handmade fiber prints. There's almost nothing nicer than holding a well done print in your hand.


    M4-2/50mm/T400cn:
    What you say about a great print is certainly true, William. Lovely shot here as well, very classic and timeless.

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    Thanks Lloyd. I find that getting prints done or even buying a nice book ( I'm not talking about photo tech books but more photography/painting/drawing ) gives me much more than another lens.
    I have the lenses I want for my photography ( one 35mm and one 50mm) and unless they break down I won't get any others as they won't help my photography. However, visual education will help my eye to progress as well as more film to feed my cams....:-)

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    Thanks Lloyd. I find that getting prints done or even buying a nice book ( I'm not talking about photo tech books but more photography/painting/drawing ) gives me much more than another lens.
    I have the lenses I want for my photography ( one 35mm and one 50mm) and unless they break down I won't get any others as they won't help my photography. However, visual education will help my eye to progress as well as more film to feed my cams....:-)

    Cheers,

    Excellent advice!

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    HI Helen
    What a wonderful splendid shot that is - really great.
    I'm jealous of your trip with Cam and Kevin - we're trying to get over to France , but time is such a thing!

    William - the guy with the cigarette is classic (I've been enjoying your flickr stuff too).

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Thanks Lloyd. I find that getting prints done or even buying a nice book ( I'm not talking about photo tech books but more photography/painting/drawing ) gives me much more than another lens.
    I have the lenses I want for my photography ( one 35mm and one 50mm) and unless they break down I won't get any others as they won't help my photography. However, visual education will help my eye to progress as well as more film to feed my cams....:-)

    Cheers,
    As Cindy says, this is excellent advice... some that I agree with, and don't follow nearly enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest
    Helen - really wonderful tones. Instead of buying a nocti, I would get some handmade fiber prints. There's almost nothing nicer than holding a well done print in your hand.
    Oh WILLIAM ....long sigh
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    Helen -- if you want to treat yourself to great prints, try Brian Young -- he is the head of black and white printing at ICP, and he has a lab where he does custom printing -- www.phototechnica.net. Since he is right near you, you may want to give him a try -- there are not many around who can make a better print.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Helen -- if you want to treat yourself to great prints, try Brian Young -- he is the head of black and white printing at ICP, and he has a lab where he does custom printing -- www.phototechnica.net. Since he is right near you, you may want to give him a try -- there are not many around who can make a better print.
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    HI There!
    Here are a couple of shots from the weekend
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    and another
    this time with the 90 elmarit (what a really nice lens it is).


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    Beautiful series, Jono. Nice to see you're still shooting film. I was afraid you'd given up on it.

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    Thanks Lloyd.
    I had given up on it . . . just trying again!

    here is another (90 elmarit)


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    Thanks Lloyd.
    I had given up on it . . . just trying again!

    here is another (90 elmarit)
    That's a beauty. Love the contrast. Looks like the ice has melted, eh?

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    That's a beauty. Love the contrast. Looks like the ice has melted, eh?
    Most of it has - there's still six inches on the pool (except for the bit you jump in to from the sauna).

    Poor Blue (the dog) his solitary life is about to be devastated by a 7 week old Bergère des Pyrénées puppy on Thursday (our lives as well!).

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    Well Jono....
    could NOT believe my EYES... Vous et Film...

    GORGEOUS shots of the Boys & Blue !!!!
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    Helen, that is about the best noctilux picture I´v seen.

    Eather everybody is getting too good or I´m getting week.

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    Well Jono....
    could NOT believe my EYES... Vous et Film...
    Hi Helen
    That shouldn't surprise you . . . when I hit MF is the time to fall off your chair!

    I just bought a lovely M7, off the shelf, unused, but at last 6 years old!

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    Jono,
    I'm looking forward to seeing a photo of your new family member.

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    Jono,
    I'm looking forward to seeing a photo of your new family member.
    HI Cindy
    Do you mean this one:


    Or possibly this one:


    (the guy on the left is due to come and live with Blue on Friday) (not my photo)

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    Jono, I meant the Pyrénées. I'm sure we will be treated to some wonderful puppy shots soon. He/she is certainly cute.

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    Well... that Pyrénées is cute, but that M7...

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    Two from Sunday. M4-P, Voigtlander 50 f/1.1, Kodak Ektar100

    A family strolling along the canal


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