W/NW 2021 Pic-O'-The-Week #12

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by Bill Blackwell Images, Mar 25, 2021.

  1. Leica M10-P
    CV 40mm Nokton f/1.2
    B&W via Nik (Panatomic-X)
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    Leica M2
    50mm Collapsible Summicron
    Fujicolor PRO 400H - B&W via Nik
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  2. Franciscan Monastery Interior, Washington DC

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    Leica M240, 21mm f/2.8 Elmarit-M (Pre-ASPH)
     
  3. 0002L&R Hoja Caida León Coche Peugeot-LeicaC.jpg

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    0002L&R Palacio de Cristal Retiro-LeicaC.jpg Leica C (type 112)
     
  4. Kiev-4 / Jupiter-8, EDU 200 @ 125, Pyrocat HDC & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill 2k21-014-017 ces5 bc bm 4x6.jpg
     
  5. So many good shots. Billblackwellphotograpy, What to say that hasn't been said before: control of focus, tonality, etc- bravo. Allencobb - quite majestic. You should frame that. It made me think of the acolyte's mind entering a sanctuary - they would have been overwhelmed. Luis triguez, your first shot, so good - we enter autumn here. And Bill bowes: again so well done

    My shots are prosaic, parlor shots, from our enforced holiday at dubbo (floods on the eastern cost of NSW): All with my monochrom and go to 75mm lens (voigtlander, aka cosina)

    The first, there are many grain silos out in the plains, some have been done up. Here is one:

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    And some more from the party we went to (and got trapped at dubbo):

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    And, while stranded, we went to see the 'Royal Flying Doctor Service', which provides medical care to remote rural communities. Herewith, a beechworth plane:

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    Keep safe, keep well, get tested if you have symptoms. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1)
     
    Last edited: Mar 26, 2021
  6. Leica x 113

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  7. M4 and 18mm f3.8 Super Elmar, on Portra 160.

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  8. The blue shadow tells you it was Ektar film
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    Canon VL2 w/ Canon 35mm f/2.8 (LTM)
     

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