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

    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    MWalker/Michael: WOW ...Love it Michael / You give Chicago Great Atmosphere !

    JPlomley/Jeff: It was starting to rain quite hard
    needless to say I took that shot FAST
    so the OOF is Lovely but would have preferred the mailbox sharper
    and I do AGREE the Colors & rendering are Quite Lovely !!

    I look Forward to work more w/ this lens
    (my FAV though is still my 50 Lux)

    I am thinking about the Zeiss 25mm ......has ANYONE tried it ???

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    I owned it and loved it but using Zeiss lenses on the M8 is a PITA. You probably will have to get Zeiss to send you a new mount in order to bring up the proper frame lines and then have John Milich (or another machinist if you like) mill the indents for six bit coding (and with the 25 you need to have it coded.)

    On the other hand it works superbly on the M film bodies (I used it with both the M3 and M7). Plus it's price, compared to the Leica 24 Elmarit, is within reach of us mere mortals. Of course the new Leica 24 super elmar is more worldly priced but still almost $2500 so again the Zeiss is far more accessible.

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    London to Brighton run,americans among the winners,what was the world coming too.Taken many years ago.





    Leica M4 or m4p or m4-2 with a 50mm summicron I think or a 35mm

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    Lots of can stacking going on today, but ???



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    Nope, still don't get it.


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    Here's a clue....don't look so hard


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    Now I get it! It's a play on Obama's "yes we can" speech...

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    Mystery solved, let's go party at ooters


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Lots of can stacking going on today, but ???



    Attachment 16327


    Nope, still don't get it.


    Attachment 16330


    Here's a clue....don't look so hard


    Attachment 16328


    Now I get it! It's a play on Obama's "yes we can" speech...

    Attachment 16331


    Mystery solved, let's go party at ooters


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    Looks like there was some can shakin' goin' on too.

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    Sometimes I Love the Grain & Grit of B&W & the Mood it portrays in Life
    so here Goes...... neopan 1600 /rod / M2
    Last edited by helenhill; 17th May 2009 at 14:43.

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    Helen in the Dark /M4 35 cron Tmax400

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    Helen in the Dark /M4 35 cron Tmax400
    Wow, wow, wow!!!

    That is freakin' awesome!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Sometimes I Love the Grain & Grit of B&W & the Mood it portrays in Life
    so here Goes...... neopan 1600 /rod / M2
    I love these both, Helen. But that second shot is simply magic!!

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

    What Lloyd says......

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    Lloyd & Scott.. thank you xoxo

    I love to shoot Bicycles in any Condition / 21SA M2

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

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    Helen in the Dark /M4 35 cron Tmax400

    Talk about mood! Wonderful, Eric. This is such a sophisticated portrait of Helen- no Betty Boop here.

    Helen, Your second "Grain and Grit" shot is spectacular.

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    Helen in the Dark /M4 35 cron Tmax400

    Cool!
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    Japanese Garden, Neopan 100

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    "The market wants a Leica to be a Leica: the inheritor of tradition, the subject of lore, and indisputably a mark of status to own."
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    John, very nice, I was wondering when we would see some M7 pics!

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    Wandering the back-alleys of Montreal and came across this self-proclaimed rock star

    M7 + 35 Cron Asph
    TMY-2 in Xtol
    Last edited by JPlomley; 23rd May 2009 at 16:39.

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    Then shuffling over to Rue Notre Dame after a film change to APX-100....

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    And then one last film change to Portra-160NC with the hope of popping into a local pub for a brewsky, and Killer here would have nothing of it

    Ah, a day in the life of an M7!

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    KILLER looks Sweeeeet...

    Beautiful shots ALL...

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    Cheers Helen. Glad you enjoyed. There's a bunch of film M stuff on my website if you are interested:

    http://www.jeffplomleyphoto.com/

    Just did an article for LFI as well if you happen to have access to that magazine. A preview can be seen here under Digital Imaging:

    http://www.lfi-online.de/ceemes/page/show/issue_4_09

    It's all fun stuff!

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    Rain Angel

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    Two nice shots John,how do you like the M7 and its auto mode?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by nei1 View Post
    Two nice shots John,how do you like the M7 and its auto mode?
    I love auto mode...

    "The market wants a Leica to be a Leica: the inheritor of tradition, the subject of lore, and indisputably a mark of status to own."
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    heres a few with my newly acquired 35 Lux....
    M2 400 arista rodinal 1:50 11 mins

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    Helen, great tones in 3 and 4 is so mysterious. One can spin a hundred stories from it.

    "The market wants a Leica to be a Leica: the inheritor of tradition, the subject of lore, and indisputably a mark of status to own."
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    Why Thank You John,
    The M7 must be Divine in terms of Ease of use
    am thinking about upgrading one Day.....

    The pre asph 35 lux & its subtleties of capturing Light
    is so beautiful to my Eye
    heres one more

    Best -H

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Why Thank You John,
    The M7 must be Divine in terms of Ease of use
    am thinking about upgrading one Day.....

    The pre asph 35 lux & its subtleties of capturing Light
    is so beautiful to my Eye
    heres one more

    Best -H
    Classic, timeless, perfect!

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    Very nice Helen. I got one of those 35mm pre asph lux too and it's a real little magic lens.
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    Stone Angel after the storm Rev. 2.0

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    M3 Ver I 90 Summicron

    The other team's coaches, "Big hitter here! Move back!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjlapier View Post
    M3 Ver I 90 Summicron

    The other team's coaches, "Big hitter here! Move back!"
    Nice portrait. Big hitter indeed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice portrait. Big hitter indeed!
    Thanx lloyd. She is exciting to watch. It's a proud moment for me when the other coaches tell their outfield to move back

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    WILLIAM:
    Sweet & Fab Shot of 'Slugger your big little Girl....YOU work magic with the 90


    Cheers-H

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjlapier View Post
    M3 Ver I 90 Summicron

    The other team's coaches, "Big hitter here! Move back!"
    Fantastic shot. Looks like you have a beautiful and talented girl there! That 90 is sweet, too.

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    90mm Summicron-M ? I am in !!

    latest pre-ASPH:





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    Quote Originally Posted by maddoc View Post
    90mm Summicron-M ? I am in !!

    latest pre-ASPH:
    Nice!!! I can see why you're in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddoc View Post
    90mm Summicron-M ? I am in !!

    latest pre-ASPH:






    I like these alot. Very nice mood

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    35 Lux /M4 ... loved his Hair ...very 70's
    35 Cron / M4 ... duckies

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    35 Lux /M4 ... loved his Hair ...very 70's
    35 Cron / M4 ... duckies
    Seventies indeed! Great shot. I've got a neighbor caught in that time warp too. Check him out here.

    Kewl duckies too.

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    Thanks for the comments !!

    Helen, great usage of the 35mm Summilux pre-ASPH !! Post more !!
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    35mm Summilux pre-ASPH ....

    ... with KR-64:

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    Maybe we really are still in the 70's




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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Seventies indeed! Great shot. I've got a neighbor caught in that time warp too. Check him out here.
    :
    Heads Up....Lloyd You WIN for best Fro Portrait ...Tres Cooool
    He Looks GREAT!!

    Scott Spot on...LOL... We are still Living the Seventies...

    We need a Pix of Sly Stone,Jimmy Hendrix & LennY Kravitz sporting a good Do

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    My theory is that all of these 70's lookalikes are space aliens who think they are blending in, but don't realize that they are emulating the wrong decade.

    Their mother ship is orbiting above, disguised as a purple Cadillac convertible, with fuzzy dice hanging from the windshield, and 8 Track tapes are strewn all over the velour covered seats. Meanwhile captured earthling minions are being forced to re-enact scenes from CHiPS and the 6 Million Dollar Man.

    I think I may have had a little too much caffeine this morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    My theory is that all of these 70's lookalikes are space aliens who think they are blending in, but don't realize that they are emulating the wrong decade.

    Their mother ship is orbiting above, disguised as a purple Cadillac convertible, with fuzzy dice hanging from the windshield, and 8 Track tapes are strewn all over the velour covered seats. Meanwhile captured earthling minions are being forced to re-enact scenes from CHiPS and the 6 Million Dollar Man.

    I think I may have had a little too much caffeine this morning
    I think you're on to something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    35 Lux /M4 ... loved his Hair ...very 70's
    35 Cron / M4 ... duckies

    Great shots Helen!

    Tough keeping up with your camera body/lens iterations. Must be fun

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    Shadows and silhouettes.....space-alien-free!











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    Nice stuff. Especially love that last one.

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    Yeah, its excellent and very dynamic shots.

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