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    Well, back to the photos! The first five are from that roll of "XP-2+" and are all M4-P and Jupiter-8; the second set of five are from the M2 and the Voigtländer Ultron 35/1.7 and were shot on Kodak BW400CN.

    Handicapped Parking, Special Olympics Citation Airlift, July, 2010


    Applause, Special Olympics Citation Airlift, July, 2010


    Send In A Clown, Special Olympics Citation Airlift, July, 2010


    Fix Prop Mailbox, July, 2010


    37th And Air Park, Special Olympics Citation Airlift, July, 2010


    Ultron and BW400CN now-

    Creek Flowers, July, 2010


    Lower Dogwalk Golden Bench, July, 2010


    Lower Dogwalk Golden Hour, July, 2010


    Duck Pond Fountain, July, 2010


    Dad Drinks On The Patio, July, 2010

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    What's In The Bag, July, 2010

    It used to hold the film used to take this photo!

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    Scott/Maggie/Peter/Jim: +1, +1, +1, and +1. You guys are on a roll!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    What's In The Bag, July, 2010

    It used to hold the film used to take this photo!
    Well, that cat's out of the bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Well, that cat's out of the bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Well, back to the photos! The first five are from that roll of "XP-2+" and are all M4-P and Jupiter-8; the second set of five are from the M2 and the Voigtländer Ultron 35/1.7 and were shot on Kodak BW400CN.

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    Send In A Clown, Special Olympics Citation Airlift, July, 2010


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    Ultron and BW400CN now-

    Creek Flowers, July, 2010


    Lower Dogwalk Golden Bench, July, 2010

    Dad Drinks On The Patio, July, 2010
    These are my favorites Mag! Excellent shooting & PP!

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    These are my favorites Mag! Excellent shooting & PP!
    Thank you, Steve!

    The PP was pretty easy- the negatives were nice and dense, so they produced really great files. It's kinda weird- having a film Leica and a Nikon scanner is almost like having an M9! Almost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    These are my favorites Mag! Excellent shooting & PP!
    Maggie: +1. I'll buy into this because i'm lazy. I love your sets of photos. They're like storyboards for a movie.

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    Maggie: +1. I'll buy into this because i'm lazy. I love your sets of photos. They're like storyboards for a movie.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Heh!!! Thanks, Matt. I'm a frustrated filmmaker, so the storyboard thing makes sense to me! It's that damned "collaboration" thing that always trips me up when I try to make a movie.

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

    Here's a few shots from the M4-P, CV 28/1.9, BW400CN combo:

    Tiffany's Table Manners, July, 2010


    Bath Sink, July, 2010


    YouTube Mollie, July, 2010


    Sweaty Drink, July, 2010


    Watching TV, July, 2010

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

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    Sweaty Drink, July, 2010
    Wow, you are really good at photographing heat. I have glasses that look just like that. I think I got them at Crate & Barrel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Wow, you are really good at photographing heat. I have glasses that look just like that. I think I got them at Crate & Barrel?
    Thank you, Claire! Nebraska's Summer gives me lots of opportunities to practice capturing heat and humidity!

    I think our glasses came from Target. Not 100% sure, we've had them a while.

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    M4-P, 50/1.4 pre-asph
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    Last edited by JimCollum; 26th July 2010 at 14:48.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
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    Those are really nice Jim. And what wonderful tonality.

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    Those are really nice Jim. And what wonderful tonality.
    +1 on that! I love the look of the earlier Summilux lenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Here's a few shots from the M4-P, CV 28/1.9, BW400CN combo:
    YouTube Mollie, July, 2010

    Sweaty Drink, July, 2010
    Maggie: You're practically keeping the Leica film legend alive by yourself. Hope the "weather" missed you. These two are my favorites. I like the "you're disturbing me look" and the "sweaty glass".

    I have taken dozens of photos of a tall ice filled glass that's immediately to the left of this computer. I test out every new camera and lens on it, the case of Faber-Castell artist pens, and the end of an HP print cartridge box in a pencil/pen container. Each one slightly further away. Photographing sweaty glasses at 1:00 am, over and over, is, I admit, a little weird.

    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
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    Jim: Great photos of railroad machinery. PP is excellent. Your photos bring out the art inherent in pure function.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Here's a few shots from the M4-P, CV 28/1.9, BW400CN combo:


    Bath Sink, July, 2010


    Watching TV, July, 2010
    Rockin Da Film Girl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
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    As Lloyd said, "Great Tone"! Nice compositions too!

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    Maggie: You're practically keeping the Leica film legend alive by yourself. Hope the "weather" missed you. These two are my favorites. I like the "you're disturbing me look" and the "sweaty glass".

    I have taken dozens of photos of a tall ice filled glass that's immediately to the left of this computer. I test out every new camera and lens on it, the case of Faber-Castell artist pens, and the end of an HP print cartridge box in a pencil/pen container. Each one slightly further away. Photographing sweaty glasses at 1:00 am, over and over, is, I admit, a little weird.
    Thanks, Matt!

    Hey, that's no more weird than me taking photo after photo of my cats or my guitars or, for that matter, my somewhat creepily unpopulated neighborhood! I heartily approve of a standard test subject, as a matter of fact!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rockin Da Film Girl!
    I'm trying, Steve! I'm trying!! Thanks for the encouragement!

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    OK, here's five more from that roll of BW400CN, all with the M4-P and CV 28/1.9:

    George's Mailbox, July, 2010


    At Grandpa and Grandma's, July, 2010


    Pain, July, 2010


    Tootsie and Morgan, July, 2010


    Fuzzy, July, 2010

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    Maggie...Heartwarming Family Set!

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    Maggie -- you have a great eye. It is all the more impressive since you are photographing in a relatively "normal" place -- the suburbs. You are not in a huge city or in epic surroundings, and the fact that you still make consistently interesting and compelling images in this more difficult setting says a lot about your abilities as a photographer.
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    Unnatural Tree!

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    B&W's-M6, Zeiss 50 Planar, BW400CN
    Color,M6, 50 Noct, Ferrania 100:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Maggie -- you have a great eye. It is all the more impressive since you are photographing in a relatively "normal" place -- the suburbs. You are not in a huge city or in epic surroundings, and the fact that you still make consistently interesting and compelling images in this more difficult setting says a lot about your abilities as a photographer.
    Thank you, Stuart! One of my friends once told me that I, "make interesting photographs of uninteresting subjects."

    Most of the time, I feel like I'm practicing, sharpening my skills for the day when something interesting actually crosses my path.

    Thanks again for the kind and encouraging words!!!

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    Thank you, Stuart! One of my friends once told me that I, "make interesting photographs of uninteresting subjects."

    Most of the time, I feel like I'm practicing, sharpening my skills for the day when something interesting actually crosses my path.

    Thanks again for the kind and encouraging words!!!
    your friend was/is right. It's a skill not easily learned, and one that can make timeless images. Your work is *very* impressive!

    'slightly envious of the skill'
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    your friend was/is right. It's a skill not easily learned, and one that can make timeless images. Your work is *very* impressive!

    'slightly envious of the skill'
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    Aw gee, thanks Jim! You are one seriously skilled photographer, yourself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Maggie -- you have a great eye. It is all the more impressive since you are photographing in a relatively "normal" place -- the suburbs. You are not in a huge city or in epic surroundings, and the fact that you still make consistently interesting and compelling images in this more difficult setting says a lot about your abilities as a photographer.
    Stuart: +1. Very well put! I just didn't want to say that about Lincoln, Nebraska, in case i ever go there. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Steve: These are great! Rich, grainy, B&W. The flower's dark, vampire-like. The way the OOF is drawn with that that color film grain is cool. Also, the "hidden" names that you use to identify the images are very entertaining: 1. "Take me home", 2. "Seductress", 3. M6-NoctPath (maybe not that one) and "SignorBunniito" (not shown)(i guess "bunn" was taken). Cheers, Matt.

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    Steve: These are great! Rich, grainy, B&W. The flower's dark, vampire-like. The way the OOF is drawn with that that color film grain is cool. Also, the "hidden" names that you use to identify the images are very entertaining: 1. "Take me home", 2. "Seductress", 3. M6-NoctPath (maybe not that one) and "SignorBunniito" (not shown)(i guess "bunn" was taken). Cheers, Matt.

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    Appreciate it Matt. Dont forget the "Unnatural Tree in front of the lady walking...also known as Cialis Erectus....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    B&W's-M6, Zeiss 50 Planar, BW400CN
    I love these three! Hey, it's a Bunn!!! Yay! I like BW400CN's grain, it's kind of dreamy, innit?

    The less said about the tree with an enormous boner, the better, probably.

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    I love these three! Hey, it's a Bunn!!! Yay! I like BW400CN's grain, it's kind of dreamy, innit?

    The less said about the tree with an enormous boner, the better, probably.
    Thanks Mag! Signor Bunnito Was For You...

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    Outdoor public viewing last night of the movie Hot Tub Time Machine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Outdoor public viewing last night of the movie Hot Tub Time Machine

    Delta 400 at 3200 in Microphen


    Great set Scott!

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    Wow, I love this one! Everything is just right about it- tones, geometry, bokeh, subject!

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    Santa Cruz Boardwalk
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    (100% crop .. scanned with an Eversmart Pro scanner.. 3175 dpi)














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    Wonderful Tones, Compositions & Set Jim!

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    +1, nice set Jim.

    Here are a couple from tonight, Delta 100 at 800 in Microphen

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    Hi all,

    I am still in Asia. Figured that E-6 processing and scan are cheap here. Decided to get all the E-6 done here (BW will wait until i get home). here are what I have now.

    Central, Hong Kong
    Provia 400X
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    note: shot from waist. And figured that I was in the shot afterward.



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    Love this!!!

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    These are from Hokkaido, Japan.
    all with velvia 50, 35mm summilux pre-a










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    Great stuff Anthony, the umbrella shot is a classic!

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    Thanks Steve!

    Apparently it is the thing to do around here


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    Hi all,

    I am still in Asia. Figured that E-6 processing and scan are cheap here. Decided to get all the E-6 done here (BW will wait until i get home). here are what I have now.

    Central, Hong Kong
    Provia 400X
    35mm summilux pre-a

    note: shot from waist. And figured that I was in the shot afterward.


    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    These are from Hokkaido, Japan.
    all with velvia 50, 35mm summilux pre-a









    WOW! Some really strong frames here, Anthony! I love the colors, especially. I like 'em all.

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    Some pix from the M2, '59 Summilux-M 50 and that private label XP-2:

    Law Enforcement, July, 2010


    Scooter On Swart, July, 2010

    Dig that TV bokeh!

    EC Jazzmaster, July, 2010


    Bob Is Content, July, 2010


    Studio Bob World, July, 2010

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    Thanks for the kind words, Maggie and Scott

    I love the helmet shots. :P putting a series/project together soon?

    i miss scooter and bob!! bob looks tiny in the second last photo.

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    going through some photo I took a month ago.
    here is someone i miss:
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    Thanks for the kind words, Maggie and Scott

    I love the helmet shots. :P putting a series/project together soon?

    i miss scooter and bob!! bob looks tiny in the second last photo.
    I love those helmet shots, too.

    I'll give the kitties some extra rubs from you, Anthony! Bob has become awfully skinny, thanks to his kidney disease, but he's still in good spirits and is still quite active and in otherwise good health.

    Those two photos of your printer friend show just how miss-able she must be- you've really captured a sense of her vitality with those two. I wanna hang out her myself now!
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