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    First Post.. some resent captures.

    M5 | 50mm f1.1 Nokton @ f/1.1 or f/1.4 Fuji Acros 100


    M5 | 50mm f1.1 Nokton @ f/4 Fuji Acros 100


    M5 | 50mm f1.1 Nokton @ f/8 Fuji Acros 100


    M5 | 50mm f1.1 Nokton @ f/1.1 BW400CN

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    Great first post!!! Awesome images. Welcome to the forum... let's see more!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great first post!!! Awesome images. Welcome to the forum... let's see more!!
    Agree with Lloyd! Glad To Have You Here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great first post!!! Awesome images. Welcome to the forum... let's see more!!
    Thanks Lloyd
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    M5 | not sure what I used.. I did crop it because I was across the street. And the shadow of a guy in the reflection is me

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    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post
    Thanks Lloyd
    One more
    M5 | not sure what I used.. I did crop it because I was across the street. And the shadow of a guy in the reflection is me
    Nice (and a nice SP ). Love the tonality of your b/w.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
    ...Matt, love that Ektar image. I shot a couple of rolls in Cuba and was very impressed. What scanner are you using?
    JPlomley: Thanks. I have to admit that my lab developed and scanned the roll for me. They provided 18mb TIF's. Only lab that i found that would give me tif's.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1 for sure. The color really pops... love that red hair on the right.
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    Lloyd: Thanks. I tried to sneak a few shots, but I was too "exposed". The red hair's pretty impressive!

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    "Purple Socks,Nice Tooth,& Carrot Top" Exiting The Frame...Love It!
    Steve: Thanks! Carrot top's sister? I still can't believe that white-hair's selling those little signs. Although, maybe she's only selling the ties?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great first post!!! Awesome images. Welcome to the forum... let's see more!!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Agree with Lloyd! Glad To Have You Here!
    M5-Guy: +1. Thanks for joining us.

    Cheers, Matt


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    M5-Guy: +1. Thanks for joining us.

    Cheers, Matt

    What Matt and the rest of the gang said! Welcome!

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    Thanks for looking. Yes, that building looks like that! It's not just the Velvia. Cheers, Matt

    M7: 50mm f/1.4; Fuji Neopan 400


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    Well, I'm just going to post some more. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Nice work Matt. That Ektar sure is a sweet film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Thanks for looking. Yes, that building looks like that! It's not just the Velvia. Cheers, Matt

    M7: 50mm f/1.4; Fuji Neopan 400


    M7: 50mm f/1.4; Fuji Velvia 100


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    Great stuff, Matt. The Velvia looks very well behaved in your hands. Nice.

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    Maggie, Jplomley, Matt....

    Hadn't been here for a little what do i see? superb set of pictures from all
    of you folks.

    Maggie, the cat is gorgeous.
    Matt: Ektar, Velvia 50 with the M7 and you do them justice.
    JPlomley: Cruising in Cuba...wow.

    M5-Guy: glad to have you here. what an excellent set you have presented us.

    Well done all of you.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
    Nice work Matt. That Ektar sure is a sweet film.
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    Great stuff, Matt. The Velvia looks very well behaved in your hands. Nice.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Maggie, Jplomley, Matt....

    Hadn't been here for a little what do i see? superb set of pictures from all
    of you folks.

    Maggie, the cat is gorgeous.
    Matt: Ektar, Velvia 50 with the M7 and you do them justice.
    JPlomley: Cruising in Cuba...wow.

    M5-Guy: glad to have you here. what an excellent set you have presented us.

    Well done all of you.

    Regards.
    Lloyd/JPlomley/Rayyan: Thank you. Film has it's challenges. Ektar 100 appears to be the color winner at the moment. Still working through the various films. Cheers, Matt.

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    Matt, Outstanding Work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post
    Thanks Lloyd
    One more
    M5 | not sure what I used.. I did crop it because I was across the street. And the shadow of a guy in the reflection is me
    Love the tone,the "player's",reflection & Lawyer's Name!

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

    Matt, Yummy Ektar! Love those wine glasses.
    M5-Guy, Welcome and what a great first post.

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

    Fisherman on the Wolf River at Kesheena Falls, Wisconsin
    M4-P and Ultron f/1.9, Kodak BW400CN


    1855 Dundee Mill at Dundee, Wisconsin
    M4-P and Summarit 50 f/2.5, BW400CN

    Opening the dam between the mill pond and the Dundee Mill
    M4-P, BW400CN

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    I love that part of the country, Cindy! Great pix!

    How do you like the BW400CN? Your shots with it have some really nice tonalities and smoooooth grain.

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    Scooter In The Grass, April, 2010


    The M4-P with my CV 21/4, ShurFine400, scanned at Walgreens, converted to B&W in LightZone.

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    Mom At Her Desk, April, 2010


    M4-P, 35/3.5 Summaron, ShurFine400, Walgreens, LZ PP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love the tone,the "player's",reflection & Lawyer's Name!
    M5-Guy: +1. I must of missed this. Division of labor. Well seen.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Matt, Yummy Ektar! Love those wine glasses.
    M5-Guy, Welcome and what a great first post.
    Cindy: Thank you. Film really gives that image a certain quality.

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    Fisherman on the Wolf River at Kesheena Falls, Wisconsin
    Opening the dam between the mill pond and the Dundee Mill
    M4-P, BW400CN
    cindy: Great photos! I like the first two. This last one really intrigues me. The tonality and the geometry in the composition are very cool. I take it this wheel opens the floodgates? I'm adding that film to my list.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Scooter In The Grass, April, 2010


    The M4-P with my CV 21/4, ShurFine400, scanned at Walgreens, converted to B&W in LightZone.
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Mom At Her Desk, April, 2010


    M4-P, 35/3.5 Summaron, ShurFine400, Walgreens, LZ PP.
    Maggie: Excellent shots of Scooter and mom. "Now buzz off!". The only film link when I google ShurFine 400 is one of your posts? Did you make that film up? Also, Mom's got a nice laptop.

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    Maggie, Scooter rocks! I have a soft-spot for the feline companion.

    Here is one from a Santeria ceremony I attended in the villiage of Chivirico in Cuba:

    Leica M7, Elmarit-M 21mm f/2.8 Asph
    Neopan 1600 rated EI 1000 and processed in Xtol (1:1)
    1/8 sec, f/2.8

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    Maggie: Excellent shots of Scooter and mom. "Now buzz off!". The only film link when I google ShurFine 400 is one of your posts? Did you make that film up? Also, Mom's got a nice laptop.
    Thanks, Matt! Both mom and Scooter occasionally get exasperated with my documentation of them. Oh well, nobody becomes a reporter to be popular!

    No, I didn't make it up! Sam included five rolls of the stuff with the M4-P I bought from him. It's a house brand of a supermarket chain in the Western USA. It's made in Japan, so I'm guessing it's re-branded Fujicolor or something.

    Oh, and mom's laptop? That's my old MacBook Pro! Nice for a desk, but a lousy traveling companion; it's just too big and heavy. I've got a big iMac now, since responsibilities keep me practically housebound now.

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    Maggie, Scooter rocks! I have a soft-spot for the feline companion.

    Here is one from a Santeria ceremony I attended in the villiage of Chivirico in Cuba:

    Leica M7, Elmarit-M 21mm f/2.8 Asph
    Neopan 1600 rated EI 1000 and processed in Xtol (1:1)
    1/8 sec, f/2.8
    Thanks!! I think she rocks, too! She's a very sweet and complex little furball.

    That is one seriously AWESOME photo, too!!! WOW! Everything about it is really top notch- the moment, the tones the geometry; nailed!

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    Here's a few more from the M4-P/Summaron combo, usual processing/film combo:

    Biking Upper Dogwalk, April, 2010


    Fresh Tomatoes, April, 2010


    Lincoln, NE, April, 2010


    I just love that little Leica lens:

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    Jeff, You couldn't come up with anything that lovely with digital.
    Maggie, I know how hard it can be to get cooperation from the "family". Mine get awfully impatient with me and my camera. You are getting some really nice shots with the new camera.
    Matt, I like the BW400CN because Walgreens can develop it. It seems to have a lot of lattitude in the tones, but not a real rich black. Walgreens have just raised their price for developing a roll from $2.19 to 3.23 ;-) Now that I have my scanner situation settled, I need to start developing my own black and white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love the tone,the "player's",reflection & Lawyer's Name!
    Thanks, I think I was using XP2 at ISO 250 (I'm not too good at this filing info yet)
    I prefer Kodak BW400CN though. The grain seems tighter than XP2 imo, & still has great tones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
    Maggie, Scooter rocks! I have a soft-spot for the feline companion.

    Here is one from a Santeria ceremony I attended in the villiage of Chivirico in Cuba:

    Leica M7, Elmarit-M 21mm f/2.8 Asph
    Neopan 1600 rated EI 1000 and processed in Xtol (1:1)
    1/8 sec, f/2.8
    This image rocks...great capture.

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    Maggie, Cindy, M5-Guy, cheers for your feedback.

    @ Maggie, lovely camera, lovely images. Which film are you using for your color work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
    Maggie, Cindy, M5-Guy, cheers for your feedback.

    @ Maggie, lovely camera, lovely images. Which film are you using for your color work?
    Thank you!

    The film, so far, is the infamous "ShurFine 400" color negative film, that I suspect is re-branded Fujicolor or whatever Fuji's "bargain" stock is.

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    Cindy,Maggie & JP....Awesome!

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPlomley View Post
    ...
    Here is one from a Santeria ceremony I attended in the villiage of Chivirico in Cuba:
    Leica M7, Elmarit-M 21mm f/2.8 Asph
    Neopan 1600 rated EI 1000 and processed in Xtol (1:1)
    1/8 sec, f/2.8
    JPlomley: Terrific photo! Blurred, contrasty, cross over the shoulder at the "alter". You can feel the moment. Santeria ceremony - not a typical tourist haunt? Really nice. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Here's a few more from the M4-P/Summaron combo, usual processing/film combo:

    Fresh Tomatoes, April, 2010


    I just love that little Leica lens:
    Maggie: More nice images (and some Leica porn!). I like the DOf in the tomato still life. That lens is very cool. The Walgreen's processing (I'm assuming) is kinder to darker images, like the tomatoes and the camera. I'm not being critical (I know that its your best processing option), just noting it. Cheers, Matt.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Selective focus at its Finest!
    Steve: Thanks. That's good beer, too. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Nice colors and fantastic use of DOF. What lens??? (If the answer is Noctilux, don't tell me.)

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    Maggie: More nice images (and some Leica porn!). I like the DOf in the tomato still life. That lens is very cool. The Walgreen's processing (I'm assuming) is kinder to darker images, like the tomatoes and the camera. I'm not being critical (I know that its your best processing option), just noting it. Cheers, Matt.

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    Thanks, Matt! Yeah, the darker shots do tend to look better, but part of that is probably also to do with the wild DR and contrast in the bright daylight shots, too.

    Oh, and the shot of the M4-P was done with my M8 and 90/2.8 Tele-Elmarit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Nice colors and fantastic use of DOF. What lens??? (If the answer is Noctilux, don't tell me.)
    What Cindy said!!!

    Mummmm, beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Nice colors and fantastic use of DOF. What lens??? (If the answer is Noctilux, don't tell me.)
    Cindy: Thank you. I don't know! Digital EXIF has destroyed my brain's ability to remember which film is in the camera, and later, which lens was used! It wasn't the Nocti (I put that on the M7 yesterday for the first time). I'm thinking it was the 50mm f/1.4 or the 75mm f/2?

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    What Cindy said!!!
    Mummmm, beer.
    Maggie: Thanks.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt,

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt,

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    +1, for sure. You're definitely rockin' the film, my friend.

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    Steve/Lloyd: Gentlemen, thank you both! Cheers, Matt

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    I like how that Ektar can hold those highlights. Nice presentation Matt.

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    JPlomley: Thanks. Here's some more Ektar. It is nice film.

    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. M7; Kodak Ektar 100


    2. M7; Kodak Ektar 100


    3. M7; Kodak Ektar 100


    4. M7; Fuji Velvia 100


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    Matt, very nice color & some Fine Shooting!

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    Steve: Thank you very much!

    Cheers, Matt

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