[W/NW] Picture of the Week #12/2008

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by Nowhereman, Mar 22, 2008.

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    Ricoh GR-Digital II | ISO 400 [Bangkok]
    --Mitch/Windhoek
     
  2. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/
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  3. Leica M6 35mm Cron Asph
     
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    Finepix F10 ISO 800
     
  5. Not with, but of a rangefinder
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  6. Still scanning old Leica stuff.
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  7. Spearhead

    Spearhead Moderator

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    Makeup, Copyright 2008 Jeff Spirer
     
  8. <center><img src="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2372/2351937588_9ec49546eb_o.jpg">
     
  9. [​IMG] Rollei XF35+40mm | Tsukiji, Tokyo
     
  10. Jeff, Barry, Clive: great pictures!

    --Mitch/Windhoek
     
  11. 'Time Travel' --->
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  12. <img src="http://www.konermann.net/pics4web/P1040886_adj_web.jpg">
     
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    <img src="http://www.iantaylor.ca/ava/slides/080319_AVA_055.jpg">
     
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    Spongy, The Moon
     
  15. Daylesford, central Victoria
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  16. Michael S and Sp, wonderful moments.
     
  17. Vivek, where did you put your tripod? This looks like part of the dark side of the moon, you took a ride on a Sojus with a Space-Kiew?
     
  18. [​IMG] ...from this morning
     
  19. Michael, great study...interesting face, moment, light..
     
  20. ... from the current worldwide surf championship:<p>
    <img src="http://d6d2h4gfvy8t8.cloudfront.net/7092264-lg.jpg"/>
     
  21. Knut, It is an Infrared capture of the Moon. Tripod was OK (I am never sure about any tripod though) but I was not too convinced of getting the correct infinity infrared focus. After some hours of careful look, I can also conclude that the focus was fine as well.
     
  22. Actually this is an old photo shot with the Hexar AF in 1992. It was very badly scratched. For three years I tried to save the dedicated scan (5400 dpi) with Photoshop with no success. Last week I scanned it with my plain old Canon All-In-One at 3200 dpi. This plain old scanner acted like a diffusion enlarger, blending out most of the scratches. I could easily get at the rest with Photoshop CS2's Healing Tool. Well, the Hexar AF is almost a rangefinder. And this shot is my long overdue picture of the week.
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  23. Orville and Barry -- thank you.
     
  24. Thanks Orville.
     
  25. Thanks Mitch.
     
  26. Alex, well worth all the trouble. A marvelous shot.
     
  27. Thank you Orville!!
     
  28. http://www.flickr.com/photos/90094587@N00/2366448504/sizes/l/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/90094587@N00/2365617985/sizes/l/
     

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