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    A couple of random shots with M6 Ti


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    It's been a while since I added anything here, since I have been spending more time with the M9 and the OM-D than with the film cameras. But today I used a Rondinax 35u for the first time and loved the process (I went and bought a Rondinax 60 on eBay to use for 120 films I liked it so much). I hadn't realised this roll of Tri-X had sat in my M7 for so long - there's a Christmas tree in some of the shots! It was rather a surprise when I looked at the negatives, as my mother passed away in March. Here she is modelling her chemo wig, which she didn't like too much:







    Rodinal certainly brings out the Tri-X grain! I used the same 1:50 dilution and 13 minute time I would have used in an ordinary tank, but it is necessary to continually rotate the film in the developer - one half turn every two seconds - as only the bottom of the reel is immersed in the developer. This might add to the grain. All M7 and Lux 75.

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    Continuing the Rondinax experiment, today I wondered around the house using up some Neopan 400 in the MP with a Summarit 35. I used HC-110 this time to lessen the grain I've been getting with Rodinal. One frame had two bubble marks at the edge - something I think might happen occasionally with this kind of tank. This one didn't though:


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    Hausen: Very nice set.

    Chris: Very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Great, fun images of her. The grain gives a timeless look. I prefer the look of the most recent posting. Really wonderful tonality there as well. Plus, there's just something special to me about the way reflective metal looks in b/w. Thanks for sharing.

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    Chris,
    I'm sorry that your Mother lost her battle and I am so sorry for your loss of her. I'm glad that you found these photos of her in your M7.
    I like your newest effort very much.

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    Chris, lovely photographs of your mother.

    It is nice to have the memories and the pictures to put us back in a moment in time.

    Hausen & Steve, (lovely black and white photographs) and Cindy it is nice to see the Porta 160, I really like that film, used along with the Lietz 5cm/f2 along with the converted Zeiss, thanks for posting the photographs! They are sweet!

    . . . . . been a busy summer, work and play, more shooting with less post processing, perhaps get busy again with the processing part in the fall. Anyway a few recent efforts . . . . .







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    Dan, I like the tones on the sculpture. Your photo of Peg conveys a lot of joy! Nice.
    I have the Summitar f/2, too. I usually keep mine on my IIIg. I think that film and vintage Leitz lenses really work together. Lots of bang for the buck.

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    Yes, what Cindy said.

    My Summitar also generally resides on my IIIg. Great combo.

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    Thank you Cindy and Lloyd for your kind words, they are appreciated.

    . . . . . a few more, attempting to work on a couple every few days.



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    . . . . . from a walk about this past June in Snohomish, WA.

    Walking along 107th SE Snohmish, WA










    Dropping through the Clouds ~ as seen from the Snohomish River Front Road






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    M6 + 28 Summicron

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    Dan: Two excellent sets, my friend. Fun to see pix from Snohomish. I lived there, and in Monroe in 1976, while I was building houses in Lake Stevens. Pretty rural in those days.

    Hausen: Very nice. Love the subtle hues.

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    Hausen, beautiful colors and detail in the photograph!

    I believe I often see that COSCO ship docked in Seattle.


    Lloyd, thanks for your kind words! Yes, Snohomish and Monroe have grown in the 16 + years I have been living out here so both places would look completely different to you today.

    . . . . . a few from a trip back east in July.

    Chatham Beach & Chatham Lighthouse ~ Cape Cod










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    Thanks guys. Can't beat the 28 summicron for landscapes in my mind. The detail from this lens always blows me away.
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    One more from Snohomish for you Lloyd.

    This Bakery looked like it may have been around since the '70's and was located on 1st street by the river in Snohomish. The menu and coffee selection has changed buy you may have eaten there . . . . .



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    That's a really nice image, Dan. I really like the light and the tonality. I don't specifically remember that place, but I may well have eaten there. The guy I worked for had a couple of favorite old places around there.

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    Beautiful Dan, both black and white and color photos.

    Big Hausen, I love the detail in your photo (as I mentioned on Flickr). I also like the color pallet.

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    This is the rising sun side of the same hill as above.

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    Vases

    First roll out of the CL...


    Leica CL + M-Rokkor 40mm f/2 II
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    thanks for looking!
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    Love that one Godfrey. Very classic look, and a wonderful image.

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    Thanks Lloyd!

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    Glass





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    These are nice too, Godfrey. Especially like the top one.

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    Daisy ~ Center for Wooden Boats ~ Seattle, WA



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    These are nice too, Godfrey. Especially like the top one.
    Thanks Lloyd!

    One more for today and I've got to get back to work again. Sheesh, having a real job can be such a time sink sometimes.


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    I think that's the sixth one I've posted from my first 36exp test roll .. Not a bad keeper rate already, and there are a couple more I'll have to get to when the time is available. Hmm. It must be a really good camera ... ]:-)

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

    A couple of shots from the Siesta Key Sprint Triathlon held a month ago. Shot with a Leica M6 that I think damaged the film (note the white spots on the film), and an old Canon 1.9 with a light green filter that I could not remove. I am not thrilled with the pics but I want to get used to posting.

    Shots were taken shortly after sunrise. Notice the moon in one of the photos.
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    Dan: Another nice one. I'm a sucker for nautical themes.

    Godfrey: Yes... it looks like you have a good camera. At least when it's in capable hands, like yours, it's an excellent camera. Love the minimalist themes, this one included. And I know what you mean about a "real" job sucking time. Dang it!

    Mikal: Fun stuff! My wife and I have done triathlon for years (19 Ironman finishes), so I'm a fan triathlon shots. Too bad about the film, but these look great. Nice tones here too.

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    Lloyd, I have other shots from other tris that I will post if encouraged. Most are taken with an a900 and the ZA 85/1.4. My wife wants me to shoot color with the a900 so they can be uploaded to Facebook within hours of the race. I almost prefer the a900 for the tris because they are autofocus. The constant focus / tracking function can be an issue at times though.

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    Love to see them. If you post them on the Sony thread, do me a favor and shoot me a PM so I can go over there and see them. Thanks!

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    More from the third and last segment of the Key Biscayne Triathlon Trilogy. The white spots across the film occurred when the film was developed. I am pretty upset because the film is now damaged but...... Nothing was done to the film other than throwing a bit more light on the image in LR3. My favorite is the guy stretching before the event.
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    ST-905 Scholarie and Maris Pearl Tugs ~ Outward Bound in Large Lock ~ Ballard Locks ~ Seattle, WA






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    Very nice shots, Dan. That second one in particular. I really love the tonality of these. That Ilford Pan-F Plus 50 rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    More from the third and last segment of the Key Biscayne Triathlon Trilogy. The white spots across the film occurred when the film was developed. I am pretty upset because the film is now damaged but...... Nothing was done to the film other than throwing a bit more light on the image in LR3. My favorite is the guy stretching before the event.
    Excellent set! I think that's my favorite as well. Thanks for sharing.

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    Lloyd, thank you for your kind words, they are appreciated.

    . . . . . yes the Ilford Pan-F Plus 50 film does rock!


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    Love that bicycle shot, Dan. That shadow is perfect. Nice shot of the concert too.

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    Nice to see a thread to complement the popular digital M take on things...Here's a few froma recent trip

    Stump Meadow

    M2, summicron 35 asph, Tri-x in f76+

    Winding Roads of Kings Canyon

    M3, Macro Elmar 90, E100VS

    Sequoia Silhouettes

    M3, Tele Elmar 135, Tri-X in f76+
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    Thank you Cindy, Lloyd and Kokoshawnuff for your kind words, they are appreciated!

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    Those must be the "posts", eh? Nicely seen and captured.

    (I can say that since I'm a Legionnaire myself. )
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    Early Morning Commute II



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    Evening Out






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    More good stuff, Dan. Great light and shadows in the Morning Commute II, and the top Evening Out shot just flat sings!

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    Beautiful shot, love the shadow, the light, the focus and the bokeh!

    . . . . . keep 'em coming.

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    Thanks Dan, you've posted some amazing photos here...I'll try to keep you company on a somewhat lonely thread.

    A couple very different water shots:


    Bubbes Creek, Kings Canyon
    M3, Macro Elmar 90, Tri-X in f76+


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

    Kokoshawnuff, Love the colors from the Portra in the dancer shot. Nice detail and bokeh. The color on the water shots is great and I like the silky water in the first.

    Dan, The photos from the evening out are wonderful. The ship photo is framed so well and i love the grain.

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    Kokoshawnuff, Love the colors from the Portra in the dancer shot. Nice detail and bokeh. The color on the water shots is great and I like the silky water in the first.
    Thanks Cindy. I don't see the water shots up here though

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