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    Thanks Matt and leif leif, nice snow scenes!

    Steve, I have serious gear envy now! Actually I'm shopping for a Rolleiflex TLR now

    I'll try to be there on the 13th if I'm in town. Will pm you when we get closer to that day. Thanks!

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    Central bus station in Isfahan, Iran. M4-2 and 50mm.



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    Kodak Portra 400VC

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    Oops, Leica M7, Summilux 50mm asph

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    Kodak Portra 400VC
    Great shot, nice catch. Nice first post, as well. Welcome to the forum.

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    Leica M7 Summilux again with Ektachrome


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    Thanks very much, been reading this thread all day and am amazed at the quality of the shots. Happy to be a part of it.

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    William & Stephen....Excellent!

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    Central bus station in Isfahan, Iran. M4-2 and 50mm.



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    Nice to see you posting, William. Interesting image.

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    Leica M7 Summilux again with Ektachrome
    Looks like a place out behind my grandparents house... had a crescent moon in the door.

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    Same late October Day, same film as previously posted.
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    Lief: Nicely done! Just the right IQ/PP with the snow.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Joe, im getting some of the new Portra 400,120 today, ordered from B&H 2 days ago for my newly acquired Bronica RF645.
    I have 2 M6ttl's, one black LHSA & a Chrome with a Black Dot. Had them for a while.
    Joe, a bunch of us are going to Boston's Chinatown for the Chinese New Year Celebration to shoot. I think its Feb 13th. Let me know if you want to meet us in there.
    Steve: A Bronica? A Bronica?: I guess i need to look at the other analogue images thread! Cool.

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    Central bus station in Isfahan, Iran. M4-2 and 50mm.


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    William: Slightly eerie image. Is that a person, or, a statue?

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    Stephen: Great moment seen and captured!

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    Those are flat out gorgeous image, Peter.

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    Kodak Portra 400VC
    Magical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Those are flat out gorgeous image, Peter.
    Thanks,
    Been using Legacy Pro (Re-spooled Fuji Neopan Acros 100 at FreeStyle), at ISO 64 in Xtol Stock (No ISO compensation, used ISO 100 time, agitation at 60s for 15s)

    They scanned beautifully, with miner a high light adj.

    If you look at link to my photo project the last 7 BW photo's where from the same roll/day. All those photo's in the gallery are with the ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar on my M5, or Panasonic G1.

    This film as a wide DR, and the shadows are full of detail as are the high lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post
    Thanks,
    Been using Legacy Pro (Re-spooled Fuji Neopan Acros 100 at FreeStyle), at ISO 64 in Xtol Stock (No ISO compensation, used ISO 100 time, agitation at 60s for 15s)

    They scanned beautifully, with miner a high light adj.

    If you look at link to my photo project the last 7 BW photo's where from the same roll/day. All those photo's in the gallery are with the ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar on my M5, or Panasonic G1.

    This film as a wide DR, and the shadows are full of detail as are the high lights.
    I took a look at the gallery (the last 7, and the rest of what's there as well.) That really does have wonderful range and tonality. I especially like the door with the broom and snow shovel to the right. I love the way it handled the reflection on the wall by the door, and on the snow shovel. Enjoyed the rest of the gallery as well. Thanks for sharing.
    Last edited by Lloyd; 8th February 2011 at 07:12.

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    M4-2 /35mm/Tri-x

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    My first roll of Extar 100 in the M6. Some from earlier this past Fall, and one recent. Scanned drugstore prints... looks like I need to clean the scanner. No photoshop. I'm impressed with this film.

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    wow what a classic analog look

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    Nice job Lloyd!

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    Family moment...

    M4-2/35mm/Tri-X.



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    That's priceless, William. Truly.

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    That's priceless, William. Truly.
    Amazing!!!

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    Family moment...

    M4-2/35mm/Tri-X.
    Fantastic William - love it - really grand.

    Just this guy you know

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    Fantastic capture of serene moment! love it!

    This oneŽs more chilly - birdŽs eye view of the Vigeland park ducks on a January day, when for a moment winter seemed to be reconsidering the hard cold approach. Not so, two days later ...

    Leica CL, CV 2,5/35mm PII, Acros, Rodinal 1+50

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    In response to Leif's ducks, some geese: Leica M6TTL, 35mm f2.0:

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    Beautiful photo and beautiful moment in time to treasure.
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    Family moment by WesterW, on Flickr
    Nice tones, Leif.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjuna View Post
    In response to Leif's ducks, some geese: Leica M6TTL, 35mm f2.0:
    Enjoyed your geese, Arjuna.

    Nice work, Peter.
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    Stephen B I love your photo with the snow.

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    M6, Jupiter 8 50 f/2, Ektar 100, Nikon 9000 LS
    Looking down on the Colorado River near Parker, Arizona

    Pocket Cruisers heading out to race

    Lamp Post on London Bridge made from melted canons from Battle of Waterloo

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Fantastic capture of serene moment! love it!

    This oneŽs more chilly - birdŽs eye view of the Vigeland park ducks on a January day, when for a moment winter seemed to be reconsidering the hard cold approach. Not so, two days later ...

    Leica CL, CV 2,5/35mm PII, Acros, Rodinal 1+50

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjuna View Post
    In response to Leif's ducks, some geese: Leica M6TTL, 35mm f2.0:
    2 Lovely Images!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    M6, Jupiter 8 50 f/2, Ektar 100, Nikon 9000 LS
    Looking down on the Colorado River near Parker, Arizona

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    Stunning set Cindy!

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    Thanks Cindy
    A few more from last week,

    Abandoned






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    Thanks Cindy
    A few more from last week,


    Great set Peter! This one is Killer!

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    M6ttl, zeiss 50mm planar,Kodak Portra 400

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    Thank you, Steve.

    Steve, This is wonderful. I love the depth and richness. Did you meter it as 400iso? I just loaded my first two rolls of Portra 400 in my M6 and iiig. I understand that you can underexpose 2 stops and overexpose 1 stop with no problems. That flexibility should really open up some new possibilities.

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    M6ttl, zeiss 50mm planar,Kodak Portra 400

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    Thanks Cindy! I shot this "straight" at 400 & seasoned it in CS3 & SEP. This is the old Portra if that makes a difference. Nice to know it has some latitude. I do like the signature of this stuff though!

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    Thanks, Steve. I was speaking of the new Portra (labeled Portra 400). I am really looking forward to see what it can do and how it scans. They will be releasing Portra 160 next month. It should be interesting, too.

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    Thanks, Steve. I was speaking of the new Portra (labeled Portra 400). I am really looking forward to see what it can do and how it scans. They will be releasing Portra 160 next month. It should be interesting, too.
    Cindy, i bought some of the new stuff in 120 for the Bronica RF 645. Looking forward to seeing it Large! I'll be checking out the 160 also. Take care!

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    M6ttl, zeiss 50mm planar,Kodak Portra 400

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    IŽll definitely pull some Portra out of the freezer again! AND look at the new stuff as well-
    Great shots Steve - the guy in the frame there is a bit unnerving, right?

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    IŽll definitely pull some Portra out of the freezer again! AND look at the new stuff as well-
    Great shots Steve - the guy in the frame there is a bit unnerving, right?

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    Very much so Leif! Thanks!

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    From the Wayback Machine...

    Let's go back to Lexington, MA of 1970 and 1971, my last years of high school. M2 and a DR Summicron, Tri-X or Plus-X in D76.

    Protest, the day after the Kent State shootings:





    Patriot's Day parade:





    Deb at the library:


    Susie conducts:


    Student council session:


    We now return to our regularly scheduled decade...

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    Peter, love looking back! Excellent set!

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    Peter, These are a great blast from the past. You were so lucky to have been shooting a Leica in high school.

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    Thanks, Steve & Cindy! Back then, a used M2 didn't cost very much more than a new SLR. I remember complaining to the owner of the local camera store that I found it difficult to accurately focus an SLR. "I've got just the thing for you," he said. He put an M2 with DR Summicron in my hands. That was it. When I discovered how much better the lens drew than anything else I'd seen, I knew I'd made the right choice. Fortunately, my parents encouraged my creative endeavors! :-)

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    "Ascent." Franconia Ridge, NH, August 1971.


    Kodachrome 25, M2, and DR Summicron.

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    M6 35 'Cron V4 XP2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Klein View Post
    From the Wayback Machine...

    Let's go back to Lexington, MA of 1970 and 1971, my last years of high school. M2 and a DR Summicron, Tri-X or Plus-X in D76.

    Student council session:


    We now return to our regularly scheduled decade...

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    Just moved this over from the "fun with other than Leica M" -- I wasn't paying proper attention.

    Some from my last apug.org photo get-together. All on Ektar, with Leica M2 + Zeiss 25mm Biogon f/2.8. Had been a while since I shot my M2 (have been loving my Contax RX). My incident meter was giving me goofy readings, so I just went Sunny-16.

    Something tells me I should have just shot B&W . That being said, Ektar scans make for great B&W conversions, IMO.










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    Mike...Killer Work!!!

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