W/NW Pic-O'-The-Week #30

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by Uhooru, Jul 20, 2018.

  1. Here we are back in prime time, the time to shine. Share your favorite pic o the week. I'll start with a film shot from a few years ago on a M7 and 35 Cron. Lets' see yours!
  2. A good one, Barry.
  3. Thanks Allen.
  4. Leica-13.jpg
    "Leica Glow" from a Soviet lens and camera rebranded as Leica​
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  5. M4, WATE, Tri-X, D76
    [​IMG] by bc50099
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  6. Leica M-P 240, 35mm Zeiss Distagon f/1.4
    Ft. MacArthur, San Pedro, CA . B&W conversion via Nik - Film simulation = Tri-X
  7. Mexico, Leica M4-P, Voigtlander 35mm F1.4, Kodak Portra 400,
    Heavy rain.

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  8. I'll endorse Allen's comment, Uhooru. JDW that has that strange swirling bokeh. What was the lens? Is it a summar copy? Good shot - it does 'glow'. But billblackwellphotography, by God, do you take the cake, or what: that third shot is sparkling. So good. Bravo. I've been precluded from photo'ing this week, so some from the last two weeks (though hope to do some photography tonite): all with my 'debt' (though it's reducing) monochrom m. The first from our church's 'investiture' of a new pasta last weekend (with a newly acquired voigtlander - aka cosina - color-skopar 25mm). The other two, I hope that I haven't already posted them (if so, my apologies), from our makebelieve 'Scootish' festival almost a month ago now, with a voigtlander 75mm. The last shows the intolerance of the monochrom to 'out of the range' highlights. Regards, keep those images coming three.jpg

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  9. victor_gruber, they are very good shots. Particularly the second. The granularity reminds me of film, which of course, it is (portra). It's atmospheric. Well done. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1)
  10. Fed-2 / Jupiter-8, UFX100, OA & V800 scan. Aloha from the Mainland. Bill 2k18-056-DSCF0032 ces13 gsbc.JPG
  11. ei_20180116_403.jpg
    MP, 35 mm 'lux, Velvia
  12. That's good Stric. Well done. Velvia is such a great film - dense and rich colour. Did you have a filter on the lens? If so, what? What was the lighting? But bravo - it pushes all the right buttons. In a contest with billblackwellphotography's third shot, you'd come very close. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1)
  13. Down yellow brick road...

    R6, Summicron-R 50mm, FP4 in Pyrocat HD
  14. Arthur, there was a UV filter, but it's always on my Summilux lens. It was an overcast day, the shot was done indoors, I think at 1/15 or 1/30 of a second, hand held. Velvia is very tricky if it's incorrectly exposed. I think this image was underexposed in the end but it has a sentimental value for me and I decided to keep it.
  15. It's FrankenLeica Monday ...
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  16. Stric, thanks for that info. I was alluding to the white balance. It's got a blue cast. But whatever, it is a great shot. I can understand your attachment to it. Rarely does anyone see such intimacy, personal, caught on film. When I do, I just enjoy it. Done well, really well. Thanks for sharing. You are to be envied and congratulated. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1).

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