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

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    Peter, I like the photo of your wife and your son (with the cart). The photo of your son alone is beautiful. This is a really nice series. The combo of M5 and Sonnar seems like a great pairing.
    Thanks Cindy

    I wasn't sure what to except, I just started developing B&W at home, and this gives me a chance to use the M5 more and more. The 50/1.5 Sonnar on the G1 is fantastic...and I really like this lens with the M5 also. It is [magic] at f/1.5, and the bokeh... To die for

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    Hey, all of a sudden Im an M5 guy as well - again.
    And Peter (the real M5-guy); that third photo of your son alone is really beautiful!

    A couple of shots here of my daughter this last Saturday in the nicest of pre-winter weathers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post
    1st off, Thanks Cindy for kind words on the sepia shed....
    I may tone the shade down a bit in future attempts...
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    From Last Saturday, a nice gentleman I chatted with for about 10 minutes..
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    Really like this series. I should have some to post soon, as last night I finally got around to developing the roll of Plus-X I've been sitting on the past few months (have been shooting 120 a lot lately, so 135 has taken a back seat).

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    I had a CV 35/1.4 SC for a few months, It is a nice lens.
    Some nice images here...
    Thanks for kind words...
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Hey, all of a sudden Im an M5 guy as well - again.
    And Peter (the real M5-guy); that third photo of your son alone is really beautiful!

    A couple of shots here of my daughter this last Saturday in the nicest of pre-winter weathers.
    M5, CV 1,4/35mm, TRI-X in XTOL 1+1


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

    Congratulations on the new M5, Leif. The photos of your daughter look great.

    I just went back to M6 Classic (Photo taken with M9 and Zeiss Planar 50 f/2 ZM)


    I just got the first test roll back this afternoon. Ektar 100 and Zeiss 35 f/2.8 Biogon-C ZM
    Closed for the season

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    Last edited by Cindy Flood; 8th November 2010 at 18:19.

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    Nice shots Cindy.

    I especially like the composition and tonality of the first one.
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    Cindy, congrats on the M6, that is a beauty

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    A few from the roll of Plus-X I shot over the summer/fall (I shot a lot of film, just not 135). Funny, looking back at the whole roll, almost every shot is very low-light.

    M2 and VC Nokton 35mm f/1.4 SC
    Plus-X exposed @ 400, developed in Diafine 3m+3m
    Scanned on a Plustek 7300















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    Thanks, Ollie and Scott.

    Mike, I love these. I always end up using my digital in low-light. These inspire me to change my ways. My favorite is the SP, but they are all superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Congratulations on the new M5, Leif. The photos of your daughter look great.

    I just went back to M6 Classic (Photo taken with M9 and Zeiss Planar 50 f/2 ZM)

    I just got the first test roll back this afternoon. Ektar 100 and Zeiss 35 f/2.8 Biogon-C ZM
    Cindy,

    That M6 is a beauty! Very nice shots with the Zeiss glass. I sold all of my ZM lenses along with the M8, and although I miss them I'm satisfied now with the old Contax G for 35mm and the G lenses get double duty on my m43 as well.
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    A few from the roll of Plus-X I shot over the summer/fall (I shot a lot of film, just not 135). Funny, looking back at the whole roll, almost every shot is very low-light.

    M2 and VC Nokton 35mm f/1.4 SC
    Plus-X exposed @ 400, developed in Diafine 3m+3m
    Scanned on a Plustek 7300
    Nice work Mike. I love the window shots of the old register and mannequin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Thanks, Ollie and Scott.

    Mike, I love these. I always end up using my digital in low-light. These inspire me to change my ways. My favorite is the SP, but they are all superb.
    Thank you, Cindy. I think film fares much better in low light (at least over my M8). I was thinking of selling or trading my f/1.4 Nokton, but now I'm reconsidering that, given every shot on this latest roll was shot with it.

    Actually, I guess I'm now considering trading it for the f/1.2 Nokton .

    After seeing tokengirl's great results with Rollei Retro 80S, I bought a 10 pack, and am looking very forward to shooting that next.

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    Nice work Mike. I love the window shots of the old register and mannequin.
    Thanks, Carl!

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    I am back. Have been pretty busy for the last 2 months. Hopefully I can start posting again more regularly.


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    I know that stop! It's about 10 min from my house! Great stuff!!
    Ha. I was visiting a friend in Chicago around end of August.

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

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    Love the self-portrait!

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    I am back. Have been pretty busy for the last 2 months. Hopefully I can start posting again more regularly.


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    Welcome back. Lovely, sensitive portrait.

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    Glad to have you back. This is a nice portrait.

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    I am back. Have been pretty busy for the last 2 months. Hopefully I can start posting again more regularly.


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

    A couple more from my M6 test roll (with CZ Biogon C 35 f/2.8).



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    corner of 1st & Pike, Starbuck's, inside the main arcade at the Pike Place Market, & the corner flower shop. Eventually, i'll get Velvia right. Cheers, Matt

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    4. M7; 50mm f/1.4; Fuji Velvia RVP 100


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    Looks right to me, these are great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    A few from the roll of Plus-X I shot over the summer/fall (I shot a lot of film, just not 135). Funny, looking back at the whole roll, almost every shot is very low-light.

    M2 and VC Nokton 35mm f/1.4 SC
    Plus-X exposed @ 400, developed in Diafine 3m+3m
    Scanned on a Plustek 7300

    Mike: Nicely done! Great portrait and self-portrait. (insert thumbsup here)

    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    I am back. Have been pretty busy for the last 2 months. Hopefully I can start posting again more regularly.

    Mason Meisch by khc1013, on Flickr
    Anthony: Expressive portrait with nice tonality. Welcome back and enjoy the snow. (insert salute here)

    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Hey, all of a sudden Im an M5 guy as well - again.
    And Peter (the real M5-guy); that third photo of your son alone is really beautiful!

    A couple of shots here of my daughter this last Saturday in the nicest of pre-winter weathers.
    M5, CV 1,4/35mm, TRI-X in XTOL 1+1
    Leif: Excellent photos with your new M5. Terrific IQ and tone. (insert thumbsup here)

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Congratulations on the new M5, Leif. The photos of your daughter look great.

    I just went back to M6 Classic (Photo taken with M9 and Zeiss Planar 50 f/2 ZM)


    I just got the first test roll back this afternoon. Ektar 100 and Zeiss 35 f/2.8 Biogon-C ZM
    Closed for the season

    Park Bench

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    A couple more from my M6 test roll (with CZ Biogon C 35 f/2.8).

    Cindy: Congratulations. Sweet looking camera. Nicely done "test" roll. (insert thumbsup here)

    Cheers, Matt

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    Cindy, where is that last shot from? Looks familiar, but I can't put my finger on it.

    Matt, how are you getting inside shots with 100 speed film? Awesome!
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    Looks right to me, these are great!
    Scott: Thank you, sir. I suffer from digitalitis. Going back and forth between the M9 and the M7 warps my expectations. The photos that you, and others, post in the analog threads give me a high level to strive for.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Cindy, where is that last shot from? Looks familiar, but I can't put my finger on it.

    Matt, how are you getting inside shots with 100 speed film? Awesome!
    Jason: Thanks! Two words - 50mm lux (or, is that 3, or 4?).

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    corner of 1st & Pike, Starbuck's, inside the main arcade at the Pike Place Market, & the corner flower shop. Eventually, i'll get Velvia right. Cheers, Matt

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    Very Nice Look!

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    Cindy, where is that last shot from? Looks familiar, but I can't put my finger on it.
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    Awesome Matt!

    +1 That dog is fabulous!

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Scott: Thank you, sir. I suffer from digitalitis. Going back and forth between the M9 and the M7 warps my expectations. The photos that you, and others, post in the analog threads give me a high level to strive for.
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    +1. Great portrait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    corner of 1st & Pike, Starbuck's, inside the main arcade at the Pike Place Market, & the corner flower shop. Eventually, i'll get Velvia right. Cheers, Matt

    1. M7; 50mm f/1.4; Fuji Velvia RVP 100


    2. M7; 50mm f/1.4; Fuji Velvia RVP 100
    They look pretty good to me, esp. these two. There seem to be a lot of rich browns in these that are very appealing to me. The look on the dog's face is classic, too. He's pretty intense.

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    Love the self-portrait!
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    Mike: Nicely done! Great portrait and self-portrait. (insert thumbsup here)

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    Thanks for all the nice comments, everyone.

    A few more from yesterday. I have ten rolls of Rollei Retro 80S burning a hole in my freezer bag, so I went out and shot a whole roll (feels weird to have to take 36 shots to finish the roll -- I've gotten used to my Fuji 690, which only gets 8 shots per roll!). I unfortunately overexposed a lot of them. I intended to overexpose, but not by that much! If you get the exposure right with this film, it pays back in spades. It was very overcast while I was out and about, so I shot the Sonnar opened up more than I might have for some shots. I took a few incident readings along the way, but it was mostly seat-of-the-pants.

    All these shot with an M2 + 50mm Sonnar.
    Developed in Adonal (Adox's Rodinal):
    1+50 for 14m, 1m agitation then 10s every 2 minutes

    My distilled water supply and other chems were at 66 (room temp), which would have called for 15:30 dev time, so I just ran it at 14:00 to dial back a bit on development. Wow, don't I sound like an "expert"? Hehe.












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    Awesome Matt!
    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    +1 That dog is fabulous!
    digitalitis!
    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    They look pretty good to me, esp. these two. There seem to be a lot of rich browns in these that are very appealing to me. The look on the dog's face is classic, too. He's pretty intense.
    Steve/Cindy/Mike: Thank you! The dog was pretty neat. His owner said that he didn't like cameras, but mine was different (no flashes or autofocus light). BTW: today was a digital day. I strayed.

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    Thanks for all the nice comments, everyone.

    A few more from yesterday. I have ten rolls of Rollei Retro 80S burning a hole in my freezer bag, so I went out and shot a whole roll (feels weird to have to take 36 shots to finish the roll -- I've gotten used to my Fuji 690, which only gets 8 shots per roll!). I unfortunately overexposed a lot of them. I intended to overexpose, but not by that much! If you get the exposure right with this film, it pays back in spades. It was very overcast while I was out and about, so I shot the Sonnar opened up more than I might have for some shots. I took a few incident readings along the way, but it was mostly seat-of-the-pants.

    All these shot with an M2 + 50mm Sonnar.
    Developed in Adonal (Adox's Rodinal):
    1+50 for 14m, 1m agitation then 10s every 2 minutes

    My distilled water supply and other chems were at 66 (room temp), which would have called for 15:30 dev time, so I just ran it at 14:00 to dial back a bit on development. Wow, don't I sound like an "expert"? Hehe.


    Mike: Nicely done! You've got me convinced that you're an expert. I like the tonality in the first and third ones. Composition and IQ are great.

    Cheers, Matt

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    MP with 50 Lux, 24 Lux. Velvia, Tri-X and I think Provia.






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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Thanks for all the nice comments, everyone.

    A few more from yesterday. I have ten rolls of Rollei Retro 80S burning a hole in my freezer bag, so I went out and shot a whole roll (feels weird to have to take 36 shots to finish the roll -- I've gotten used to my Fuji 690, which only gets 8 shots per roll!). I unfortunately overexposed a lot of them. I intended to overexpose, but not by that much! If you get the exposure right with this film, it pays back in spades. It was very overcast while I was out and about, so I shot the Sonnar opened up more than I might have for some shots. I took a few incident readings along the way, but it was mostly seat-of-the-pants.

    All these shot with an M2 + 50mm Sonnar.
    Developed in Adonal (Adox's Rodinal):
    1+50 for 14m, 1m agitation then 10s every 2 minutes

    My distilled water supply and other chems were at 66 (room temp), which would have called for 15:30 dev time, so I just ran it at 14:00 to dial back a bit on development. Wow, don't I sound like an "expert"? Hehe.






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    Mike, The tones on the photo of the pallets are beautiful.

    Jason, I guess your friend is keeping me safe.

    Vlad, Your photos are all great, but the color photo of the woman stands out for me. Your color photos are all so rich, yet subtle.

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    Mike, The tones on the photo of the pallets are beautiful.

    Jason, I guess your friend is keeping me safe.

    Vlad, Your photos are all great, but the color photo of the woman stands out for me. Your color photos are all so rich, yet subtle.
    Thanks, Cindy: Nik Silver Efex is my friend

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    I love photos like this. Good stuff

    Also, your color beach photos are phenomenal. I like the contrasts, and you've managed to do it without them being harsh.

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    MP with 50 Lux, 24 Lux. Velvia, Tri-X and I think Provia.
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    Vlad: Nice photos!
    Stunning light and color in the first set! Velvia done right.
    I love photos like the women in the coffee shop. people in a context.
    The portrait of the women by the seawall's quite nice. Great light and look.


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    Thanks for looking.

    1. M7; 50mm f/1.4; Fuji RVP 100 (Velvia); Aurora Bridge


    2. M7; 50mm f/1.4; Fuji RVP 100 (Velvia); Fremont Bridge


    2. M7; 50mm f/1.4; Fuji RVP 100 (Velvia); Downtown from N. Lake Union


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    I'm not sure if I should put photos from my Barnack iiig in the Leica M or Other thread, but since it is the forefather of the M and a Leica, I think this thread is more likely the right one.
    iiig and Jupiter 8, Kodak BW400CN
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I'm not sure if I should put photos from my Barnack iiig in the Leica M or Other thread, but since it is the forefather of the M and a Leica, I think this thread is more likely the right one.
    iiig and Jupiter 8, Kodak BW400CN
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    Lady

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    Cindy: In my opinion, it's a very elegant lower case "m". Here's fine with me. Excellent set. I like the tone and shadows in "Lady".

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    I vist this site and read/study/try to learn.
    (most days - quietly)

    All -- thank you for posting your work - nicely done.

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    Welcome, Stevem
    Please join in. We are a very friendly bunch,
    and would love to see your photos and hear your comments.

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    I vist this site and read/study/try to learn.
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    All -- thank you for posting your work - nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Thanks for all the nice comments, everyone.

    A few more from yesterday. I have ten rolls of Rollei Retro 80S burning a hole in my freezer bag, so I went out and shot a whole roll (feels weird to have to take 36 shots to finish the roll -- I've gotten used to my Fuji 690, which only gets 8 shots per roll!). I unfortunately overexposed a lot of them. I intended to overexpose, but not by that much! If you get the exposure right with this film, it pays back in spades. It was very overcast while I was out and about, so I shot the Sonnar opened up more than I might have for some shots. I took a few incident readings along the way, but it was mostly seat-of-the-pants.

    All these shot with an M2 + 50mm Sonnar.
    Developed in Adonal (Adox's Rodinal):
    1+50 for 14m, 1m agitation then 10s every 2 minutes

    My distilled water supply and other chems were at 66 (room temp), which would have called for 15:30 dev time, so I just ran it at 14:00 to dial back a bit on development. Wow, don't I sound like an "expert"? Hehe.











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