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    Two from Sunday. M4-P, Voigtlander 50 f/1.1, Kodak Ektar100
    Those are beautiful color images, Cindy. And that last one is too dang funny!

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    I love the dog shot.
    ours is confirmed for a Friday pickup . . . . but it's a 6 hour drive . . . each way!!!

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    I love the dog shot.
    ours is confirmed for a Friday pickup . . . . but it's a 6 hour drive . . . each way!!!
    Beautiful image, Jono. Love the glow, and the grain.

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    Thanks Lloyd and Jono.

    Jono, The boys look very handsome (and so does that M7). That is a marvelous lens.

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    i'm now going to throw myself into finding out about doing
    Silver gelatin on Glass....tres Artful approach

    Helen, if you are thinking of printing B&W on emulsion fixed to glass, I have explored doing that about 15-years ago. Somehow, at that time, I got this idea I needed to be making my own (liquid) emulsions -- but that's another story.

    Anyway, to get emulsion to adhere to glass is not easy, requires the glass to have a 'tooth'. Even then it is fragile. On photo paper the emulsion works in and around the fibers, is more durable. Some absolutely exquisite photo printing on glass was done by an engineer in Seattle, forget his name. A lot of glass foundries in that area. He molded/poured his own glass, made his own emulsion, and printed (exposed/dev'd) on these very heavy glass blocks/sculptures. They were back lit. He molded recesses in the glass for the areas to be printed on. This created a wonderful dynamic but also protected the fragile emulsion. In a nutshell, you need to do something akin to sand blasting the area of glass you want the emulsion to stick to, and then have some way of protecting the print. Not sure but I can see humidity being a possible issue, too.

    You can achieve similar result by printing on resin sheets (make yourself). Since resin is softer than glass you can sand it yourself to get the tooth necessary for the emulsion to adhere.

    Gosh, I hope I didn't misunderstand what you meant by "printing on glass".

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    ouch OXIDE BLUE...sounds INTENSE !!!
    lovely of YOU to explain...THANK YOU !!!

    one of my Clients has a Beautiful photograph on thin etched glass glass
    so i will try and track own the artist /gallery and
    see what they have done....

    CINDY: love your photos w/ the Nokton
    Do You have any B&W to post wide open ...Thanx in advance if you can

    JONO: I know the M9 must be FAB but Film still RULES...lush rich blks in your photos and the Light Dances !

    GERO:very Kind of You, Cheers & Thanx !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxide Blu View Post
    Helen, if you are thinking of printing B&W on emulsion fixed to glass, I have explored doing that about 15-years ago. Somehow, at that time, I got this idea I needed to be making my own (liquid) emulsions -- but that's another story.

    Anyway, to get emulsion to adhere to glass is not easy, requires the glass to have a 'tooth'. Even then it is fragile. On photo paper the emulsion works in and around the fibers, is more durable. Some absolutely exquisite photo printing on glass was done by an engineer in Seattle, forget his name. A lot of glass foundries in that area. He molded/poured his own glass, made his own emulsion, and printed (exposed/dev'd) on these very heavy glass blocks/sculptures. They were back lit. He molded recesses in the glass for the areas to be printed on. This created a wonderful dynamic but also protected the fragile emulsion. In a nutshell, you need to do something akin to sand blasting the area of glass you want the emulsion to stick to, and then have some way of protecting the print. Not sure but I can see humidity being a possible issue, too.

    You can achieve similar result by printing on resin sheets (make yourself). Since resin is softer than glass you can sand it yourself to get the tooth necessary for the emulsion to adhere.

    Gosh, I hope I didn't misunderstand what you meant by "printing on glass".
    That´s culture.

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    heres a few from my last batch.

    m7 + 90mm cron on apx 400 in xtol










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    drazin, These are fantastic. The last in the series is just over the top...love it!

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    Thanks Cindy!

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    I agree with Cindy, that last one is stellar. I really like the first one as well.

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    +1, great series, I especially like the first one.

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    Nice Scott. This first one really cracks me up. Great catch.

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    Love the 35preasph [email protected]
    click on to make BIGGER

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    Great shot Helen. Interesting subject, beautiful tonality, lovely glow.

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    Thank Ya Lloyd, my one & only Fan ...
    that was 400 pushed to 800..I ADORE the Tones too
    pushing is Coool

    Moi about to Go ...Summaron, arista400 @800
    and play w/my 1.5 nokton (thank you dear for the turn on)

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    Thank Ya Lloyd, my one & only Fan ...
    that was 400 pushed to 800..I ADORE the Tones too
    pushing is Coool

    Moi about to Go ...Summaron, arista400 @800
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    Very nice (of course, I'm a sucker for a pretty girl ); love the composition too.

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    M4-2 /50mm/Trix and a bit of panning...

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    Great moment, William. Thanks for sharing.

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    Helen, This photo is really special.Nice capture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Thank Ya Lloyd, my one & only Fan ...
    that was 400 pushed to 800..I ADORE the Tones too
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    Moi about to Go ...Summaron, arista400 @800
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    Helen, Lovely Image! Im Seeing Joni Mitchell Here!

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    Leica MP and Nikkor SC 5cm/1.4; Tmax 100/D76


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    Leica MP and Nikkor SC 5cm/1.4; Tmax 100/D76
    Nice portrait. Lovely tones.

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    Nice photo Helen. Looks great pushed to 800! Love the grain

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    Nice portrait. Lovely tones.
    Thanx Lloyd. Great kids who are always willing to stop for a pic for dad.

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    Thanx Lloyd. Great kids who are always willing to stop for a pic for dad.
    "Great" and cute!

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    Leica MP and Nikkor SC 5cm/1.4; Tmax 100/D76

    This is very nice. Cute kids.

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    M6, 75 Lux, Kodak BW400CN

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    Very nice, Steve. I particularly like this one.

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    Thanks Lloyd!

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    Steve, I like them all very much. Thanks for posting them.

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    Steve, I like them all very much. Thanks for posting them.
    Thank You Kindly Cindy!

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

    Ok, here are several shots from my last roll. All with an M3 and various lenses.





    This was an old scratched up Summarit:




    And another version of one you may have seen in the digital thread or the large format film thread...
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    From a reading here in Oslo by the English writer Cathi Unsworth, accompanied by Pete Woodhead; electronic musician, composer, sound-artist.
    Helen Hill´s M4 (well; mine now! ), CV 1,5/50, Fuji Neopan 400 CN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    From a reading here in Oslo by the English writer Cathi Unsworth, accompanied by Pete Woodhead; electronic musician, composer, sound-artist.
    Helen Hill´s M4 (well; mine now! ), CV 1,5/50, Fuji Neopan 400 CN.
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    Did the folks who made the emperor's new clothes process that one? I can't see it.

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    Hehe!
    I tried to solve the neverending puzzle of posting from my flickr. I must be stupid (or even more stupid than estimated)
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    Same combo as above ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Same combo as above ...
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    Both re beautiful images, Leif. I particularly like this last one. The tonality is simply exquisite.

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    Both re beautiful images, Leif. I particularly like this last one. The tonality is simply exquisite.
    Leif, I'm with Lloyd on this. They are both very nicely done with Helen Hill's M4 !

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    Leif...2 Fabulous Shots!

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    A couple from my vacation in Montana last summer. Finally got around to getting the film developed. First is my son in Many Glacier Lodge, Glacier National Park. Second is my mom and my younger daughter on a deck I built over 10 years ago. We vacation on that hill side around the 4th of July every year.

    MP, 50 cron latest version, Ektar, Precision Camera develop and scan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjlapier View Post
    A couple from my vacation in Montana last summer. Finally got around to getting the film developed. First is my son in Many Glacier Lodge, Glacier National Park. Second is my mom and my younger daughter on a deck I built over 10 years ago. We vacation on that hill side around the 4th of July every year.

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    2 Beautiful Images!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Ok, here are several shots from my last roll. All with an M3 and various lenses.








    And another version of one you may have seen in the digital thread or the large format film thread...
    Love These 2! Great Set Stu! (Hey...Kinda Melodic..!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjlapier View Post
    A couple from my vacation in Montana last summer. Finally got around to getting the film developed. First is my son in Many Glacier Lodge, Glacier National Park. Second is my mom and my younger daughter on a deck I built over 10 years ago. We vacation on that hill side around the 4th of July every year.

    MP, 50 cron latest version, Ektar, Precision Camera develop and scan.

    These are both very nice. I really like the color pop in the photo of your son. Ektar is my favorite color film.

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    On a rather chilly morning a couple of weeks ago I spotted (well; heard) this guy on this corner, wailing out his lamenting songs about Jesus and the great job he´d done. Point is; the singer´s been around what seems like forever. In the late 70s his hair was longer, making him look more like the doper he was rumored to be - before Jesus stepped in. When Dylan´s in town he´s always outside sining songs from Slow train coming. Whatever the reason - the guy survived.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    On a rather chilly morning a couple of weeks ago I spotted (well; heard) this guy on this corner, wailing out his lamenting songs about Jesus and the great job he´d done. Point is; the singer´s been around what seems like forever. In the late 70s his hair was longer, making him look more like the doper he was rumored to be - before Jesus stepped in. When Dylan´s in town he´s always outside sining songs from Slow train coming. Whatever the reason - the guy survived.
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    He is really into it...he seems oblivious to you. Nice one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    On a rather chilly morning a couple of weeks ago I spotted (well; heard) this guy on this corner, wailing out his lamenting songs about Jesus and the great job he´d done. Point is; the singer´s been around what seems like forever. In the late 70s his hair was longer, making him look more like the doper he was rumored to be - before Jesus stepped in. When Dylan´s in town he´s always outside sining songs from Slow train coming. Whatever the reason - the guy survived.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    From a reading here in Oslo by the English writer Cathi Unsworth, accompanied by Pete Woodhead; electronic musician, composer, sound-artist.
    Helen Hill´s M4 (well; mine now! ), CV 1,5/50, Fuji Neopan 400 CN.
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    OMG...THESE ARE FANTASTIC !!!!
    Love them , miss her though I am sooo PLEASED she has found a LOVING Home & Good DADDY !

    The Nokton is Superb on the M4 and the Tones are DIVINE
    Best & Love- Helen

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    Well, thank you, Helen!
    I sold the first M4 I had - not this time. She really is a beautiful specimen!

    I hardly miss the M8 while it´s in Solms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    On a rather chilly morning a couple of weeks ago I spotted (well; heard) this guy on this corner, wailing out his lamenting songs about Jesus and the great job he´d done. Point is; the singer´s been around what seems like forever. In the late 70s his hair was longer, making him look more like the doper he was rumored to be - before Jesus stepped in. When Dylan´s in town he´s always outside sining songs from Slow train coming. Whatever the reason - the guy survived.
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    Great shot, Leif. Beautiful tones.

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