Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by nels, Sep 29, 2006.
Got stuff? http://i.pbase.com/o5/35/596435/1/67394835.QsWlSYh2._MG_5070_small_border.
Nels---your photos are uniformly outstanding! Thank you.
Please post again soon and often.
Paul in Atlanta
Wonderful shots. Each one is a delight. You have the gift...nolan
Great eye, post processing, and web presentation. The prints must be spectacular. It passes my personal "on-the wall" standard.
A familiar scene:
Leica M3, Elmarit 90
Mamiya Super Deluxe, Tri-X 400
Leica M3, Summicron 50/2, Tri-X 400
Oops, not a RF. Hasselblad 500C/M, 80mm Planar, Tri-X 400
Leica III (F), Elmar 50/3.5 (1933), FIRHE yellow #1 filter
Good to see some pics, guys. Carlos, Paul, Nolan, Stephen - Thanks.
Arthur - 100% film, I accept no substitutes. Tri-X 25, pushed to 10 for minimum grain.
Just found out Tri-X is actually a B/W film...that means I must have used Kodachrome 25 pushed to 10 for color. Anyway, here's Tri-X 10.
How do you squeeze that roll of Tri-X into the Canon 5D?
"How do you squeeze that roll of Tri-X into the Canon 5D?"
That fat dude helps me.
a little shop talk, boyz?http://static.flickr.com/102/
i watch your photos... please tell me that these are untouched?
Skinny - Depends on your definition of "untouched". Do you consider work with levels, curves, local contrast enhancement, shadows/highlights correction, sharpening, cropping/rotating images, and spotting an occasional dust-spot on the sensor in PS as "touching" them? If so, then yes, they're "touched". My knowledge of PS pretty much stops there. Oh, and cloning out an occasional objectionable branch/leaves in the corners. That's it, really. Sometimes I like the saturation slider too.
m6,summicron 35 wide open, tri-x and rodinal.
Nels, good work. John, like the ass.
Come on Nels, it would be Kodachrome 25 pulled a stop not pushed.
If you're gonna try to talk the talk, ya gotta know the lingo.
25 to 10 would be pulling 1-1/2 stops? ;*)
Word, ma brutha, word...
Nels, I really look forward to your stuff. It's usually terrific. Thanks very much!
I too like your pics Nels they are inspiring to a learner like myself. I hope to join in when i have some pics worthy.
Not very good but i suppose it's the thought what counts.
Thanks, folks. I get lucky from time to time.
Push, pull, it's all relative.
I'll be off-line in a couple of days for 4-6 weeks, so the next one from me in the series will be a while. Have fun.
Old stuff...sorry, Nels, i'm not very good at following the rules. A wicked begger shot.....tut,tut.
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