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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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    Very Nice Matt!

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    Very Nice Matt!
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    Thank you, sir!

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    Market Theater and the dog. Cheers, Matt

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    Brilliant Color & Comps Matt! Love Em both!

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    Market Theater and the dog. Cheers, Matt

    Leica M7; 50mm f/1.4; Fuji RVP 100 (Velvia)

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    I see you were rocking both the M9 and M7 when you shot the dog/dude photo. Nice shot, redux.

    And, I love the faded-yet-intense color on that neon sign, whatever it is.

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    A couple from the past weekend. Let me tell you I'm digging Efke 25 in Rodinal!

    All shots with M2+VC Nokton 35/1.2
    Efke 25, developed Rodinal 1+125, 1hr, stand
    Toning in Nik Silver Efex










    I'm having a little trouble nailing focus with this lens (either it back-focuses a bit or the rangefinder in both my Ms are off (unlikely)), but still having fun.

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    Brilliant Color & Comps Matt! Love Em both!
    Steve: Thank you, sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    I see you were rocking both the M9 and M7 when you shot the dog/dude photo. Nice shot, redux.

    And, I love the faded-yet-intense color on that neon sign, whatever it is.
    Mike: Thanks! It is subtly different from the other dog photo that i posted. Did I post this photo as an "M9" somewhere? I saw the guy and his dog today. Gave him a buck, but, didn't take a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    A couple from the past weekend. Let me tell you I'm digging Efke 25 in Rodinal!
    All shots with M2+VC Nokton 35/1.2
    Efke 25, developed Rodinal 1+125, 1hr, stand
    Toning in Nik Silver Efex

    I'm having a little trouble nailing focus with this lens (either it back-focuses a bit or the rangefinder in both my Ms are off (unlikely)), but still having fun.
    Mike: Really great! I'm partial to the "Toontown" character of this one. Excellent tone.

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    Mike, I love all 3 of these. The Efke 25 looks great and the subject is so interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    A couple from the past weekend. Let me tell you I'm digging Efke 25 in Rodinal!

    All shots with M2+VC Nokton 35/1.2
    Efke 25, developed Rodinal 1+125, 1hr, stand
    Toning in Nik Silver Efex










    I'm having a little trouble nailing focus with this lens (either it back-focuses a bit or the rangefinder in both my Ms are off (unlikely)), but still having fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    A couple from the past weekend. Let me tell you I'm digging Efke 25 in Rodinal!


    And I'm digging these old car photos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Thank you, sir!


    Mike: Thanks! It is subtly different from the other dog photo that i posted. Did I post this photo as an "M9" somewhere? I saw the guy and his dog today. Gave him a buck, but, didn't take a shot.

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    Matt, I'm just confused, I guess. I probably thought the other photo was published in the "digital M" thread. I visit both threads a lot.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Mike: Really great! I'm partial to the "Toontown" character of this one. Excellent tone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Mike, I love all 3 of these. The Efke 25 looks great and the subject is so interesting.
    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    And I'm digging these old car photos!

    Thanks, all

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    Here are a few more from the same roll of Efke 25 as above, with the Nokton 35/1.2 (it took me forever to scan the negs this time). All taken in the park near my house (I love this park because parts of it are so wild).

    Again, these were developed in Rodinal 1+125, 1hr stand. Nik Silver Efex for adjustments and toning.









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    Delta Pan F @ ISO 50, ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar T*, Leica M5
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    Re: How about more and more fun with Leica M? (Film)

    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Here are a few more from the same roll of Efke 25 as above, with the Nokton 35/1.2 (it took me forever to scan the negs this time). All taken in the park near my house (I love this park because parts of it are so wild).

    Again, these were developed in Rodinal 1+125, 1hr stand. Nik Silver Efex for adjustments and toning.
    Great Images mathomas, I really like the tone color you used too.

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    Hi all, am new to this thread. My other camera is in Leica NJ for repairs so I loaded up some film this week.

    Funny, when my wife looked at these for the first time, she told me that there's something wrong with either my camera or the monitor. She said the pics of our son looked too fuzzy and "out of focus". Guess it's all digital's fault?

    M6 TTL, 35Lux Asph v1, HP5 +, HC-110B 6min @18C.
    Scanned on Canon 8800F.

    Thanks for looking, Joe






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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Here are a few more from the same roll of Efke 25 as above, with the Nokton 35/1.2 (it took me forever to scan the negs this time). All taken in the park near my house (I love this park because parts of it are so wild).
    Again, these were developed in Rodinal 1+125, 1hr stand. Nik Silver Efex for adjustments and toning.
    Mike: Great tonality and detail. I like the directionality of this one with the ruts. (IMHO might have cropped out the building to the left to make it seem "wilder")

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    Delta Pan F @ ISO 50, ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar T*, Leica M5
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    Peter: Great work with the M5! This first one with the cat is my favorite. I like the lines leading in and the cat as "punctuation".

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    Hi all, am new to this thread. My other camera is in Leica NJ for repairs so I loaded up some film this week.

    Funny, when my wife looked at these for the first time, she told me that there's something wrong with either my camera or the monitor. She said the pics of our son looked too fuzzy and "out of focus". Guess it's all digital's fault?

    M6 TTL, 35Lux Asph v1, HP5 +, HC-110B 6min @18C.
    Scanned on Canon 8800F.

    Thanks for looking, Joe





    Joe: Look great to me! Well composed with the wall and openings. When the TV's on something other then HD, my wife wants to know if something's wrong. We're spoiled by digital (I'm sure, I am anyway).

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Joe: Look great to me! Well composed with the wall and openings. When the TV's on something other then HD, my wife wants to know if something's wrong. We're spoiled by digital (I'm sure, I am anyway).

    Cheers, Matt
    Thanks Matt! Guess I'm spoiled by digital too

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Peter: Great work with the M5! This first one with the cat is my favorite. I like the lines leading in and the cat as "punctuation".

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    Thanks,
    When I saw all the different textures and types of wood, I just had to pull over. The cat was a bonus, after I had about shoot all my frames. It seemed to walk and stop every few feet so I could take a photo. I was quite close to the cat (within 8 feet), since these are around 85% - 95% of the frame.

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    Mike, I love the toning that you did.
    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Here are a few more from the same roll of Efke 25 as above, with the Nokton 35/1.2 (it took me forever to scan the negs this time). All taken in the park near my house (I love this park because parts of it are so wild).

    Again, these were developed in Rodinal 1+125, 1hr stand. Nik Silver Efex for adjustments and toning.


    M5, I like the photo with the cat sitting on the roof.
    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post



    Delta Pan F @ ISO 50, ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar T*, Leica M5
    Souped in Xtol 1:3
    Beautiful shot of your son. Your wife will be very happy with this in the future.
    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    Hi all, am new to this thread. My other camera is in Leica NJ for repairs so I loaded up some film this week.


    Funny, when my wife looked at these for the first time, she told me that there's something wrong with either my camera or the monitor. She said the pics of our son looked too fuzzy and "out of focus". Guess it's all digital's fault?

    M6 TTL, 35Lux Asph v1, HP5 +, HC-110B 6min @18C.
    Scanned on Canon 8800F.

    Thanks for looking, Joe


    Maggie, Your little guy is growing up.

    [QUOTE=Maggie O;271404]Some M4-P + Jupiter-8 shots from November and October:







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    Cindy, he's growing like a weed these days!

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    Delta Pan F @ ISO 50, ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar T*, Leica M5
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    All good, but this one takes the cake. I like the cat's organic silhouette contrasted against the building's details.

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    Great Images mathomas, I really like the tone color you used too.
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Mike: Great tonality and detail. I like the directionality of this one with the ruts. (IMHO might have cropped out the building to the left to make it seem "wilder")

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Mike, I love the toning that you did.
    ...

    Thanks, ya'll. That Efke 25 is amazing film, I tell you. The "wild" shot is edging into MF detail territory. I wish I'd had a tripod or monopod -- I think I could have gotten a bit more detail.

    Matt -- you're right. If I ever print that in a non 2:3 format, I'll definitely crop the left side.

    Nik Silver Efex to the rescue for split-toning. I love that plug-in!

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    Hi folks. Put into service an old and dear friend.. M7 + lux 35; cron 75








    Sun is too bright. The 2nd was at f16. NC 400.

    Film is something else...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Some M4-P + Jupiter-8 shots from November and October:


    Scootwindow, November, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Jackson Sofa, November, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
    Maggie: Welcome back. I missed your cats. Nicely done. The IQ of your photos is always stunning.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Hi folks. Put into service an old and dear friend.. M7 + lux 35; cron 75
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    Sun is too bright. The 2nd was at f16. NC 400.
    Film is something else...
    Regards.
    Rayyan: Too many cameras; not enough time! Great photos! The bokeh and grain in the first really sets off the rose.

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    Rayyan: Too many cameras; not enough time! Great photos! The bokeh and grain in the first really sets off the rose.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Thanks Matt. I shall the cam back in the cupboard, now that it is in working order!!

    Regards.

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    Thanks, Matt! I gotta say that C-41 B&W film + my Nikon Coolscan V is sort of like having a monochrome M9.

    Here are some lo-fi images, a look I've been experimenting with here lately:


    On The Street, October, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    MCB iPhone Oven, October, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Stolen Kisses, October, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

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    Maggie, nice mood to the B&W shots above

    I'm still waiting for Leica to repair my other camera. Its actually nice to shoot some film for a change. M6 TTL 35Lux Fuji Xtra 400

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    Maggie,
    I like the lo-fi look, especially the one of Michael.


    Joe, I really like the look from that Fuji Xtra 400 and the 35lux.

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    Thanks Cindy

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    Love this 1 Maggie!

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    Maggie, nice mood to the B&W shots above

    I'm still waiting for Leica to repair my other camera. Its actually nice to shoot some film for a change. M6 TTL 35Lux Fuji Xtra 400

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    Joe, nice color,tone & iq!

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    Thanks, Matt! I gotta say that C-41 B&W film + my Nikon Coolscan V is sort of like having a monochrome M9.

    Here are some lo-fi images, a look I've been experimenting with here lately:


    MCB iPhone Oven, October, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
    Maggie: Nice experiment. I like the low-fi grainy look.

    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    Maggie, nice mood to the B&W shots above
    I'm still waiting for Leica to repair my other camera. Its actually nice to shoot some film for a change. M6 TTL 35Lux Fuji Xtra 400
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    Joe: Really like the tone, light, and composition in this one!

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    Thanks Steve & Matt.

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    Boston Chinatown
    Delta 400, DD-X 1+4, 35Lux ASPH

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    Joe: Great "street" series! The shadows in all three are really a strong component of the image.

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    Thanks Matt.

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    Boston Chinatown
    Delta 400, DD-X 1+4, 35Lux ASPH

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    I like the flare in this one. Gritty. And, did you guys notice the reflections of windows on the brick wall in the left background?

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    A couple from from the M2 + ZM Sonnar, on a monopod for most shots. Rollei Retro 80S. Rodinal 1+200, 1hr stand.






    Contre-jour lighting on this one gives it a little something creepy:


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    Mike, Your Amazing With Film!
    Steve, sorry I missed your kind comment before. I appreciate it. It's really fun to see the negatives come to life (when they work ).

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    Joe, I like all of the Boston photos.
    Mike, The tones are wonderful on all three of these earthy shots.

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    Joe, I like all of the Boston photos.
    Mike, The tones are wonderful on all three of these earthy shots.
    Mike: +1! Excellent.

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    Contre-jour lighting on this one gives it a little something creepy:

    Nice composition Mike. Very nice tones as well

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    I like the flare in this one. Gritty. And, did you guys notice the reflections of windows on the brick wall in the left background?
    Thanks Mike. Ha ha!, I didn't notice it till you mentioned it

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    Joe, I like all of the Boston photos.
    Thanks Cindy

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    Nice composition Mike. Very nice tones as well

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    Thanks y'all

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    Itīs been too long since I popped in here! Good stuff all over the place.
    These are from early November, but just scanned, the first day it started snowing. M5, CV1,4/35, Tri-X/XTOL

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    F2, FM2, D700, 3,5/20 UD, 2/35, 3,5/55, CV 2,5/75 (all ai or aiīd), 1,8/85 af-d,
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Itīs been too long since I popped in here! Good stuff all over the place.
    These are from early November, but just scanned, the first day it started snowing. M5, CV1,4/35, Tri-X/XTOL

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    Beautiful shots, Leif. Especially like that second one. Wonderful depth to the image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Itīs been too long since I popped in here! Good stuff all over the place.
    These are from early November, but just scanned, the first day it started snowing. M5, CV1,4/35, Tri-X/XTOL
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    Lief: Nice set. This one really draws me in.

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