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  1. This thread is for any picture that is the first frame of a film roll. Please feel free to contribute and share your photo with any camera and film. Please elaborate your camera, film relevant info and a timestamp is not permanent but preferred. I'll share some examples for further reference. There are some reasons that make this thread meaningful: The first frame is unique for each roll of your film. That also reflects the amount of analog photography activities. It's not 100% accurate, but it could be a benchmark for the trend of revival. The first frame is mostly imperfect but often comes with surprise, joyful, pleasant and, sometimes, it could be even artistic as well. (reserve for further notes here) Thank you to everyone who joins this loop and share your valuable first frames with us. Have fun! Example: 2022-11-12, ILFORD ORTHO PLUS, ISO 80, M4
  2. Joerg-Peter Rau shares his thoughts on the loss of his darkroom that was located in the basement of his mother's home. Reading this essay is but one of several recent serendipities that are compelling me to revisit black and white film photography and to get my film developing gear out of the cabinet where it has laid dormant for too long... Turn off the red light: My farewell to the darkroom https://www.macfilos.com/2023/01/18/turn-off-the-red-light-my-farewell-to-the-darkroom/
  3. Ich erlaube mir mal einen Thread für das Format 6x6 zu eröffnen und beginne mit ein paar Bildern. Rolleiflex Automat K4b, TMY 400, D76.
  4. About 100 yers ago, Leitz company issued a set of theatre binoculars in gold (BINAR and BITUR, according to Laney). It was a thing of class and the luxury edition adorned their catalogue until the WWII. The logical choice was to try and implement the gold mystique to the Leitz cameras as well - and thus in 1929 the "Luxus" Leica (LELUX, LESSALUX) was born. Although never a huge commercial success, the cameras (less than 100 made according to Rogliatti et al.) remains a collector favorite. Fast forward to the M era. There were several attempts to revive the glitter with custom golden M3's, but the biggest golden boom was created after the M "revival" with the special edition M4-2 in 1979, commemorating the 100 years anniversary of Oskar Barnack (1879-1979). There were 500+500 cameras made in 1979 and 1980 in Canada for the occasion (1527201-1527700 and 1528151-1528650 respectively) with 24-karat gold plating. After that, there were several more editions in gold - for the Sultan of Brunei (I know of two variants, first was the 25th Anniversary of accession to the throne of Sultan of Brunei on 1st October 1992), for the commemoration of the Golden Jubilee celebration of the access to the throne of HM The King Bhumiphol Adulyadej of Thailand (1996) and the Leica MP Gold "60 years PRC" (2009). Several very nice golden M2, M3 and M4s surface on eBay now and then, but they are all custom repaints. No golden M was made in digital era, only brass - M10P for Thailand S.C. ASSET comes to mind. Please feel free to add any additional information! And do write how you feel about golden Leicas. You know what they say - anything useful to you is pure gold, regardless of the material used... (Pictured here: my personal M4-2 with Leica catalogue production number 10420 from 1980 with the Summilux dating from 1977.)
  5. For every +/- 100 images shot digitally there is also one film exposed on my cameras. Do you have a specific workflow combining analog and digital?
  6. Last week I visited London with my son. I brought my M4-P and some rolls of film with me and want to share some of the pictures I made in this thread. We had a really great time in a sunny London and managed to see a lot of this town. My last visit dates back to the mid 90's and I have to admit, that my memories to this last visit where not the best. Back then we had the typical London weather with the occasional rain, and as I was much younger in those days, my wallet was a lot thinner than nowadays Although you will only see my touristic view on London in this thread, any feedback is strongly appreciated. Let's start with some street art from the East End. While we where walking on the tracks of Jack the Ripper and searched for some of the locations of his crimes in this area, we where excited about the many pieces of street art all over the place: M4-P - Summicron 35 - Agfa CT 100 Precisa (slide film)
  7. Manama, Bahrain - Leica M7
  8. Zeigt her eure … by Herr Sharif, auf Flickr Trix! Sharif
  9. Taken with Leica M4-P and 35mm Summarit f2.5 using Ilford HP5+ film. This is from the first film I have home-processed in16 years and I processed it in Tetenal Paranol S (the rebranded Rodinal formula). I managed to control the resulting grain using LR Classic, bit I won't use the dev again. I bought a 'starter kit' and it was included in that but I have Ilford DD-X on order for the next film. I should have remembered Rodinal from many years ago. Gerry
  10. Inconsequential evening stroll with M7 / Summicron 50 and a roll of 400 TX. Approaching the Philharmonie de Paris / Drab Dusk (1)
  11. Unterwegs bei schönem Wetter in der Eifel. M7 + sumicron50 + Kodak Portra160. Belichtet wie 100ASA, scan von Meinfilmlab. Bild wurde von mir verkleinert, wahrscheinlich sehr stümperhaft.
  12. The waiter. Taken in le Marais, Paris last weekend. Leica M4 / 35 Lux / Tri-X.
  13. I shot a little photo series while in Vietnam this summer All Kodak Portra 160/400, Leica M6, 35mm Summicron Full series here: http://www.philippwortmann.com/lounging-in-viet-nam Teaser:
  14. Ich hab aus Vietnam eine kleine Serie mitgebracht alles Kodak Portra 160 und 400 mit meiner Leica M6 und 35mm Summicron IV Ganze Serie hier: http://www.philippwortmann.com/lounging-in-viet-nam Oder auch: https://www.instagram.com/_philippw._/ Teaser:
  15. Photos from a day spent hiking around the mountains near my hometown. All shot with my Leica M6, 35mm Summicron IV and on Kodak Portra 400 film. Would love to see you over on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_philippw._/
  16. Some photos I took in Joshua Tree NP while on a trip through the southwestern US with my trusty M6, 35 Summicron and a whole bunch of Kodak TriX. If I remeber correctly I think I also used an orange or yellow filter on these shots .... More here: http://www.philippwortmann.com/southwestbw or on flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/derphilipppp/albums/72157651692347201
  17. A couple photographs of Point Reyes Lighthouse on Kodak Tri-X 400. Leica M6 & 35mm Summicron IV plus yellow filter
  18. A home ready for the movers in Snoqualmie, Washington Leica MP w/50mm Summicron DR on Rollei RPX100 dev. in Rodinal 1:25 for 8 min. at 20C. Click for sharper image. Thank you
  19. gwpics

    The Drag Queen

    Just selected by LFI for their gallery. Leica M7 with 35mm Summarit f2.5 and using Kodak Tri-X lab processed. Permission given by drag artist to photograph. Gerry
  20. Do you use a half case? Show us the images of your beauties! What are in your opinion the benefits? What is the best half case out there? Curious and eager to see!
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