Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by Bill Blackwell Images, Mar 18, 2021.
CV 40mm Nokton f/1.2
Leica IIIc. Canon Serenar 135. 1/200 at f4. Tri-X 400. D-76 (1:1) 8'30" at 22ºC
The National Cathedral interior, Washington DC.
Canon III Rangefinder, 15mm f/4.5 Voigtlander Super-Wide Heliar LTM, Kodak T400CN (C-41)
Canon VL2 (LTM) w/ Canon 5cm f/1.8
Fed-3 / Jupiter-8, Astrum Foto-200 @ 125, Pyrocat HDC & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill
Haven't posted anything here in ages. A couple before the pandemic from Victoria B.C. Both with 21mm Super Angulon on M4.
Here's a few from a Mamiya 7 Rangefinder MF film camera. . .
Leica IIIc. 1950 Elmar 5 (50 mm). Tri-X 400. D-76 (1:1) 9' 34" at 20ºC (1 inversion per minute)
Leica IIIc. 1948 Summitar 5 (50 mm) Tri-X 400. 1/100 at f8. D-76 (1:1) 9' 34" at 20ºC (1 inversion per minute)
Now, they are good. Almost a touch of sepia.
So, a few shots from our trip to dubbo this last week for a friends birthday (30th) party. All happy snaps. With the monochrom. ramped up ISO. 75mm go to voigtlander (aka cosine) lens.
Here's the birthday woman - Samantha - you may have seen her before.
And her special friend, Guy. Both are beautiful people:
And a close family member:
And, finally, Sammy's mum and a friend:
It was a great time. They are beautiful people. Very special. We became stranded at dubbo - couldn't get back to home - with the Australian east coast floods. Some photos of that in the future. Regards, Arthur, apiarist1.
I've come back to this shot, allencobb. This is brilliant. But my heart sings: why vast, and impressive monuments to know our God, and I know that, to be honest, 'our God' may be many. Moslem, Hindu, Christian. Many. Nonetheless, I've come back to this shot. For a canon, and kodak, this is so good. I'm going to purloin this shot. Regards, Arthur
Well that didn't work did it? How can, allancobb, I download this? You may not want me to. It's a beautiful image. If you are agreeable, how can I get it?. Regards, Arthur
Hi Arthur. Nice portraits there. Seems like you found a pleasant way to pass the time while stranded
Hi Arthur, many thanks and it’s no problem!
It should be linked to my Flickr page so click/tap anywhere on the image and it should go there. Then in the lower right corner is a download arrow and you can choose your size. Let me know if it works ok, and if not we’ll figure out something else.
Thanks again for the kind words, good luck, and cheers, Allan
It worked. Easier than I thought. Thanks, allancobb. Regards.
Fantastic! Stay well and cheers, Allan
Thank you for your contribution, Allen. But we're currently working on week 12 - please repost there.
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