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  1. Bigger > https://msvphoto.wordpress.com/2015/10/13/symptom-of-the-universe-0075/ M(T240), 35'cron
  2. I took this whilst wandering the streets of Paris in the year 2000. I used a Leica M6 and shot on T-Max 400CN. I am just working through my old films to add the images to my Lightroom library and finding some interesting images.
  3. Old type trays stacked looking for purchasers in a Paris street market.
  4. Church Entrance in Presidio Taken with the mighty Leica C
  5. Road and lake near Reykjavik M7 w/35mm Summicron on Tri-X Cafe Paris, Reykjavik
  6. MaDeVa

    Birds

    Yesterday I was making a photographic walking with some friend in downtown Torino, when from a park suddenly hundreds of birds started to fly. It was to fast to make a perfect focus, but over all I like the result, given the location and the background it seems a photo taken several decades ago. I wasn't sure that this has to be in the street photography. M7, Summicron-M 35/2 ASPH, Tri-X 400, Semi stand development in Rodinal 1+100 cheers Massimo
  7. Captured today in the afternoon in Torino. Leica M-E, Elmar-C 90mm, DGN to B&W in Lightroom 5. thanks for watching, Massimo
  8. M9 + 'Lux 50 pre-asph E46 from Oxford, UK
  9. Read more > https://msvphoto.wordpress.com/2015/10/20/nightmare-no-59/ M9, 35'cron IV
  10. Bigger > https://msvphoto.wordpress.com/2015/10/19/symptom-of-the-universe-0076/ M(Typ240), 35'cron
  11. Bigger > https://msvphoto.wordpress.com/2015/10/08/symptom-of-the-universe-0074/Bigger M(T240), 35'cronIV
  12. My photograph of a surfer shooting the Manhattan Beach Pier taken with a Leica Monochrom and Summilux ASPH 50mm was just selected by National Geographic as part of the "Daily Dozen" (10th photo down the page). Please follow the link and vote for it if you like it. Thanks! http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/daily-dozen/2015-12-28
  13. 'Alices Adventures in Wonderland' based on the wonderful children's books by Lewis Carroll (Taken in Southampton, England), this was taken on a Leica M7 with 35mm Summarit lens. Film was Fuji Neopan 400CN commercially processed and scanned using Silverfast. Gerry
  14. Arista 400 Premium in HC110 dil. B for 5 minutes at 70F M7 with 35mm Summicron Scanned on Epson V 500
  15. M7 with 50mm Summicron. Arista 400 Premium HC 110B 4.5 minutes at 75F
  16. The Arch at Playa de Campiecho, in the Asturias. Leica S (Typ 007), Summarit-S 35mm. Thanks for viewing, best Vieri
  17. At the saturday market in the town of Pinerolo. M + Lux 50/1.4 Asph. (in-camera B&W) All the best, Enrico.
  18. It took me almost 6 weeks before I finally got my first M7 film developed, moved from Switzerland back to the US, and had it done by a Lab in California. I'm quite frankly disappointed, seems excessively grainy, and have no clue what I did wrong. I used a 35mm Summicron, and an Ilford HP5 Plus 400 ISO Film. I also had the ISO wheel on dx (automatic detection?) It is my very first experience with a M Camera, I have owned R3 and now R4 since 1976; My recent, 4 months, experience with my R4 and B&W went quite well I think. So I'm looking for help, I really need it, it seems like; I would have expected at least a few of the 36 Photos to have been really sharp and to my liking :-( Thanks in advance Preben
  19. I'm starting a thread for anyone who would like to create, and share full color images by shooting three black and white photos of the same subject. The technique is called Trichrome Photography, and it was used to create the first color image in 1861. Here's some early examples http://tricrhomephoto.tumblr.com/ Creating a color image from three black and white photographs is done by using a different color filter in front of the lens for each exposer (Red, Green, and Blue.) When those three black and white color records are combined, a full color image is created. Today, the easy way to combine those three black and white color records, is with Photoshop. The highest quality Trichrome images are produced with a tripod, and a still object. However, interesting color effects can occur if there's movement between exposures. This technique can be done on film or digital cameras. As much as I consider myself a film enthusiast, I think the best black and white color records will come from Leica digital Mono cameras. Of course, Leica digital color cameras can be used, however they have a filter in front of the sensor to create color (possibly reducing detail.) Leica mono cameras do not have this filter, therefore possibly increasing the amount of information being recorded. With film cameras, the process is a bit more involved. There's the choice of what black and white film to use (slowest speed possible is best since three images will be layered on top of each other.) Processing of the film, then scanning of the film. Also, layering the three black and white color records together in a program like Photoshop may not be as precise, depending on the quality of the scans. The following link shows examples of Trichrome Photography today https://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/trichromes The following link shows a Trichrome created with a M6 http://www.pirate-photo.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?t=820 And a Youtube video on how to stack the three color records into one shot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S28OUlavAvg The idea to start this thread came from two books I'm currently reading. "The Dawn of Technicolor 1915-1935," and "Technicolor Movies; The History of Dye Transfer Printing."
  20. Iduna

    Buffer

    Duisburg, Industrial landscape park north Leica Q
  21. Guest

    Nikon Girls

    Leica T + 90mm f/2.0 APO Summicron M ASPH "Nikon Girls"
  22. Taken with M (T240) and Zeiss 25/2.8 Biogon
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