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Found 45 results

  1. Harvey

    L1003705 1

    From the album: M9

    last 2 hrs of daylight
  2. Hi Guys, I've been using my M6 TTL without an issue for sometime and then I left it dormant for around a year when I left the country... Now the meter wont work , the M6 would work fine and still take pictures if exposed correctly with an external light meter, but the mechanism now would not turn on. I'm based in NYC and have sent it to the Leica repair and they sent it back saying that they can't fix it because they "no longer have the parts", I contact Sherry Krauter and she said that she gets her parts from Leica, so if they don't have it, she won't either. So really now I'm just asking for help! Thanks! H
  3. gwpics

    Morning Coffee

    Leica M7 with 35mm Summarit f2.5. Kodak Tri-X processed at the Ilford lab and then home scanned. Enjoy! Gerry
  4. Hi everyone, i own both a m2 and a m4p. on all the rolls that ive shot on both cameras, ive noticed this weird flaring across the frame. i dont know if it is a light leak or if it could possibly be my lens. the m2 definately hasnt been cla'ed in a while but the m4p i just bought from a shop and has been cla'ed. i use a canon 50 1.4ltm and a voigtlander 35 1.4sc, but its the newer of the two lenses. Ive noticed that the rolls of film occasionally have flare across the top of the frame usually spanning from the top right to 3/4 of the way to the left but only in some frames. in the m2, this light streak crosses frames on the flim, whereas on the m4p, it doesnt but the flaring seems to be in the same position ass the m2 (top right to the left). i suspect that my canon 50 1.4 may be the issue however im not sure if a lens is even capable of that kind of effect. otherwise i think i may have a light leak but i dont think id get a leak in both cameras at the same spot. the attached photo is from the m4p. can anyone shed some light on the matter
  5. So I bought my first Leica M6 0,72 TTL couple of weeks ago and was finally getting my roll developed at a Local lab here in Stockholm. Getting back the rolls I saw leaks on the negatives and prints, going from the first few frames, then skip a few frames and come back at frame 10-12. After that nothing on the rest of the roll. Some have leaks going across from perf to perf and on one or two frames it only occurs around the perfs but not affecting the image. And it's not on the same spot of the frame, it moves back and forth. I shoot a 400 Kentmere factory loaded. The seller says that he never had problems with leaks of the camera, but is very helpful to help me get this sorted. Anyone know what this can be? I really hope it's the film, waiting to get back my second roll and hoping for the best...
  6. jshyshka

    Window Look

    From the album: Leica T

  7. .. to find the way home Leica M9 + Cron 50
  8. Walking by the River Rhine near Duesseldorf sometimes gives nice views. Specially looking back, as I did yesterday. Picture taken with my Q, 1/3200s, F 4.0, Iso 100
  9. We had three days in Berlin. After daylight was gone we admired all the glitzy Christmas illumination. The Leica Q was my only camera and it was pure pleasure to see its performance in lowlight situations. View on the Cathedral, seen from he nice embankment of the river Spree and the street decoration.
  10. as a starter I send this classic view from the Harbourfront of Hong Kong. A special hightlight this year is the lightshow "Symphony of lights" at 8 p.m. every day when the skyscraper do communicate with each other via lasertechnique. Leica Q, panorama stichted from 4 pictures.
  11. Duisburg, Inner Harbour. We thought there was more. but we were lucky to get a lovely light showdown Leica Q
  12. The industrial regions of former metal industry now are being kept a integral part s of a new kind of tourism. The sites are there and showing still its power and slowly transfomred into adventure sites. One can climb its parts and we did so on a lovely summerday with a glowing evening light. Leica Q
  13. Hi Guys, Using my m6 a lot after several years of a break, had a clan and all good. I live in Malta and shoot mainly in the street, i shoot trix for flexibility as i shoot in varying situations 400 seems to cover me however often in bright light i have run out at 1/1000 and f 16 on my version 4 summicron 35mm. obviously filtration is the way forward as i do not want to drop my iso. my question is what brand and what level of nd should i go for. thanks
  14. Breslau, (Wroclaw) - Poland After dinner we went out again into the rain, armed with plastic covers,tripods and prepared to face cold and wet and windy atrocities. This Bridge is famous and with its strange blue colour makes a good effect at any time
  15. It is the third year in which the monument of "Hermann the Cherusker" is being illuminated by a lasershow. The festival lasts for 10 days and each evening the 15 minuted show is being repeated, each time a bit different. The whole forest is being illuminated, filled by music. The moon was a great gift on that evening. The Leica Q served as my backup camera, while I documentethe show with my Canon 5D MK3. At least it is amazing what can be churned out of the Q. The only paramter was the ISO so I put it on Auto and it went quite hight because darkness was deep and the laser bright. I need 4.5 and speed was limited when handheld.
  16. Given the current sensitivities we reach in low light, I often find myself in situations where, out of the camera and myself, I find the one needing more light to aim in the dark is me, rather than the Q which will imperturbably shoot at night with zero blur. I have come to think, what I need rather than a bulky flash is just a lamp to look myself at what I'm composing (and, maybe more often, to compensate backlightings). And so I tried. I now have one of these nice frontal LED lamps, that indeed allows me to compose and, to some extent, cleanup some backlightings. My concern is, that lamp is a high-T white ('blue'), when the remaining low light is almost always low-T ('yellow'), which sometimes results in relatively bizarre dual-color shots. Thus my questions: - are some of you also using lamps instead of flashes? - which models would you suggest? - did you encounter the T color issue? - is there a way, alternate to lamp selection, to postprocess a high-T lighting, maybe selecting a given blue value and shifting it to warmer yellows? TIA! Hervé
  17. My walk during our city at the blue hour almost ended here and I was thinking about to have a nice draught. But then I decided to have a last shot of the day with this guest sitting outside a pub in February! Leica Q - 2.8 - 1/125 sec - ISO 8000
  18. My last shot from that evening walk at the end of the Blue Hour merging into dusk. Leica, Q: 4.o - 1/125 - ISO 12000
  19. Bielefeld has a few nice buildings left, even if 70 percent of the city was destroyed during WWII. There are tranquilles bylanes with restaurants, pubs and when I strolled there, not a single soul could be seen. Leica Q 2.8/ 1/60 sec/ ISO 1600
  20. This pathway is on the hill above our city, next to my home. It leads up to our fort and is the end of a long hiking trail over 200 km long. It offers nice forest, vantage points over the city and a parklandscape. Leica Q with a domelike lensflare
  21. What can be done after sitting in the house gazing on all that depressice grey dull winter mood? I thought the light mist in the air could possibly give an interesting light effect. Leica Q
  22. As soon as there is fresh snow it is always worthwhile o look how our city looks like on top of the hill. This alley of beechtrees is marking the way to our fort. Leica Q, F 1.8/ 1/25 / 1600 ISO
  23. I will be away on 1st of January so I am posting January's theme now but please continue to add posts as normal to December's thread until it is closed. Firstly just a short diversion to acknowledge two of your achievements with the Barnack's Monthly series of threads. December 2015 saw the total number of pictures you have posted in Barnack's Monthly pass 20,000! What a marvelous achievement and thank you so much to everyone who has contributed. December 2015 also saw the number of views of Barnack's Monthly threads by forum members and others pass 500,000, which is an astounding achievement that I can scarcely comprehend. Half a million views. I'd never have thought that this was remotely possible when Pete Taylor, Elansprint72, started Barnack's Monthly in October 2008 (I took over in December 2010 when Pete chose to pursue other interests). And yet here we are, so another huge thank you to everyone for your efforts and contributions! Moderator Pop has very kindly assembled links to all of the past Barnack's Monthly threads as a single archive that can be found here: Barnack's Monthly Index. Thank you, Pop! Thank you to everyone who took part in December's Barnack's Monthly theme, which was filled with a wonderful array of over 650 pictures and excellent ideas and interpretations of the theme! Thank you to everyone who helped to make it another successful month and in particular to those people who posted for the first time - I hope you found it an interesting and rewarding experience and I hope it encourages you to share more of your pictures with us! The Barnack's Monthly theme for January 2016 is: Light and Dark. This means any picture that particularly works owing to light or dark elements. It could be the dawn light sweeping across the savannah, the dawn light sweeping across Brixton High Road, a black cat in a coal cellar, a white cat in a coal cellar, a white kitten romping in the snow, the sun's rays glinting off crystal, flare trails from a lens, a piano keyboard, shadowy pictures of shadowy people, a black feather, swirls in a Cappuccino, a bar code, the sun's rays piercing a stained-glass window, a spotlight picking out a solitary person or group, a black and white police vehicle, a black cat with white paws, a white blaze on a cart horse's head - it's entirely your choice so let your imagination run free! It would be a help if you give your picture a title so to help us understand your point of view but it's not compulsory. Members have asked if we'd very kindly name the camera and lens used - if you can remember - because it's interesting to know but, again, it's not compulsory just helpful. The rules are deliberately loose so go out and shoot with this month's theme in mind or start searching back through those pictures you took oh-so long ago that you'd forgotten about and start posting! It doesn't have to be your best ever shot and it's not a competition so you might surprise the rest of us and yourself - it's just about sharing some pictures, seeing others' take on the topic, and enjoying it! Everybody's welcome to contribute, any interpretation, any number of posts, pictures that have been posted on the forum before, any equipment as long as it and the photo complies with the forum's rules of either camera or lens or both made by Leica. Please post freely - especially newcomers and please remember there's no judging or criticism (good or bad) in this thread. So, if you'd like to show your acknowledgement or appreciation that someone has posted their picture then instead of posting a comment please use the "Thanks" button that you can find at the bottom right of every post. Please post away and I look forward to seeing your interesting interpretations of this month's theme. Pete
  24. These days people are dining outside. Only the rooves of the foodstalls give some flashy illusion of snow. Bielefeld, Old Maket Place, with Christmas decoration Leica Q
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