[W/NW] Picture of the Week #10/2008

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by Nowhereman, Mar 8, 2008.

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    Ricoh GR-D II | ISO 200 --Mitch/Bangkok
  2. EricM

    EricM Planet Eric

  3. <img src="http://www.konermann.net/pics4web/P1040788_web.jpg">
  4. sasass
  5. Spearhead

    Spearhead Moderator

    Guitar, Street, Copyright 2008 Jeff Spirer
  6. [​IMG] Lunch break in Tsukiji | M6
  7. That's really good, Eric.
  8. Nice to see what everyone is shooting...<P><img
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  11. Hey, guys: at the risk of being a thread policeman, this is "THE picture of the week", not "The
    PICTURES of the week". Therefore, please curb your enthusiasm, use some discipline, make a
    selection, and limit yourself to ONE picture.

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    Just not my style of shooting at all but done for a friend's wedding invitation card... XP2 @200
  13. Well 2nd time I posted this tonight, but since it was taken with a Leica..and film..
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    <img src="http://iantaylor.ca/images/h1.jpg">
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    Duckograph, Epson R-D1s, Canon 50/0.95 @0.95
  16. Sorry - fixed.
  17. Sheldon, the use of color in that second one is great.
    Hexar RF, 50 Hex, Tri X, Xtol | Matt Alofs www.1pt4.com
  18. I like Sheldon's both the super-stretched 35mm shots. Eric's studio still is a classic.
  19. Sheldon -- a Widelux or similar camera ?
  20. Wow, rhino liquid jet. New propulsion device. Nice catch, Michael.
  21. My vote this week for Eric and Sheldon (b&w one).
    <img src="http://d6d2h4gfvy8t8.cloudfront.net/7036333-lg.jpg"/>
  22. Thanks. The pix are from a rented Noblex. Although I'm having the first shots from my new Widepan 140 II procssed now.
  23. Eric's photo is tops - by a long long long way.
  24. Thanks, Orville.
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    Ricoh GR Digital 2, ISO 400
  26. Scanning some negatives from my Leica days.

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