So at the risk of getting the verbal tilt shift kicked out of me, here it goes: I've gotta think that Leica glow is something real. I don't see it in my Nikon, Hasselblad, or LF shots. But it is obvious to me in 50% of my Leica shots. For those brothers and sisters that don't "believe", just skip this thread. For those that do, is it possible this is the result of such a short distance between the lens and film plane, or a narrow cone of light or something? I do see it often with another favorite camera I shoot with, the Zeiss Ikon Contessa 35mm folder with 45mm Zeiss lens, and I do see it even with VC and Zeiss ZM lenses. Do you have any thoughts about this? I can't let this go for some reason.