Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by Nowhereman, Oct 6, 2007.
Bangkok | Rioch GX100
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M8, 75/2 Summicron ASPH, ISO 640, 1/60@f/2, filter, DNG, converted and cropped in Lightroom, adjusted & touched up in Photoshop.
Hot Chocolate - Bessa R3M - Leica 50mm Summarit - Kodak VC
M6 + 35/2 Asph.
Makeup, Copyright 2007 Jeff Spirer
50mm Nikkor F1.4, Nikon SP (1959), 400 Neopan, T-Max
Yee Kim, that's beautiful.
Hexar RF, ZM Biogon 35, Delta 400, Tmax Dev | Matt Alofs www.1pt4.com
Oops! I went overboard on the grain and smear..
Here is a real pitcher of the week
Fire Island, NY
Nikon M80, f/.003 Summilux @ f/27 and 1/2,000,000 sec, developed in rat poison while hanging upside down submerged in salt water @ 88 degrees
Check that exif again, will ya, Ray.
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How interesting, Jose, to take pictures of your camera rather than taking pictures with it.
Also, I thought that the W/NW threads were for people who care about pcitures. But I'm glad
to see you have a copyright on the picture, lest someone steal it. Live and learn...
Nikon M80, f/.003 Summilux @ f/27..
Ray, How did you manage to open up a f/.003 lens to f/27??
Vivek, that's top secret. Suffice to say it's a very rare lens and they only let special people
I like Jose's picture; it's a kind of photography I've never been able to master. Nice half-case too, but that bag looks a little heavier than I'd want to carry for the day.
Same developing procedure as Ray. Works great!
From last Sep., might be a little disturbing to some.
I like Jose's picture; it's a kind of photography I've never been able to master.
Interesting point, Matt.
Studio photography- like the one Jose employed, that would call for careful lighting and associated techniques.
Jose, Perhaps, you should upgrade to a voice recorder and do away with that pen/paper (of course, a voice recorder wouldn't let you make sketches and the like)
Beautiful shot Jose...
"fell" or jumped?
"Studio photography- like the one Jose employed, that would call for careful lighting and associated techniques."
I keep promising myself I'm going to learn studio techniques simply because they are about as far from 35MM RF shooting as you can get, although large format would do the trick as well.
M8 + Color Skopar 25/4P....I think....
Clive, I think fell. Apparently, the kid was playing football (soccer) in the balcony while his parents were outside.
Better images each week. I have been knocked by Bob`s "Blue eyes" portrait. The subject is of course beatiful, full of charm, elegant, and the best of all, likable. The model has been taken on a very positive attitude, she perspires sincerity and good vibes. Looking at this image is unavoidable to smile. Thanks Bob for sharing your vision ( ...and congrats for such a model).
Thank you very much Mitch, Matt, Vivek and Peter for your comments. I need to say that it`s not my intention to be pretentious with the "copyright" line, mine is more like an "aesthetic resort". I usually like to add signature to my prints, here I prefer to insert that line to round off the image. I`ll think on it again. Matt, my Leica original case is the best I have ever seen! I like to use the whole case with the front attachment.
I think you made the right choice to leave your signature, Jose. I wouldn't remove it.
Just a tree from me.......
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