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  1. Ich erlaube mir mal einen Thread für das Format 6x6 zu eröffnen und beginne mit ein paar Bildern. Rolleiflex Automat K4b, TMY 400, D76.
  2. This was taken before the coronavirus problems we now all have. Leica M7 + Fuji Neopan T400CN film commercially processed and home scanned. Gerry
  3. Because of the covid-19 lockdown I am unable to go out on to the streets to photograph, not that there are any people around. I am therefore still working through my archives, and came across this image from Paris in 2002. Taken with a Leica M6, 50mm Summicron f2 and using Kodak T400CN film (which I used to love!). I hope you like it. I have also been revamping my web site using Adobe Portfolio, which is part of the Lightroom/Photoshop package, and like the results so far, although it is a work in progress. Take a look here Gerry
  4. I just bought a used M5 and discovered a large translucent stain in the upper end of the rangefinder window. I tried to gently wash the outside of the glass, but it seems to be on the inside. Does anyone know what it is and potentially how bad or harmless it is for the rangefinder window? Should I try to return the camera or can I possibly fix it myself?
  5. This fireboat is celebrating the arrival of a new cruise liner on her maiden voyage in my home town of Southampton. The image is from my archive when I was shooting film. Taken on Fuji RDP using a Leica R8 but I am afraid I have no other details recorded. It was recently selected by LFI to include in their galleries. Sadly the cruise terminals are empty now because of COVID-19, but the future looks promising. The container ships are as busy as ever (and we see the very biggest) and a major new cruise terminal is being constructed. Gerry
  6. Paris has always been a special place for street photography for me and, although I haven't been there for far too long, I try and emulate the work of its' great photographers such as HC-B, Robert Doisneau and (dare I say) Peter Turnley. For me it is like fishing on a great trout stream in that you are always bound to have a good catch. This was taken in 2000 using my M6 and Kodak T-Max 400 film home processed. I think it was with the 50mm Summicron lens, although I can't be 100% sure. Gerry
  7. From the album: Manuello Paganelli

    Leica M6 35mm Lens Kodak Tmax 400

    © Manuello Paganelli © 2018

  8. Hi everyone! I'm interested to know how many of you push process? Personally I push process most of my black and white photography, usually by one stop, but lately I've been doing 1&1/3 stops. So, please share with us! How often do you push process? How many stops? Do you push black and white or colour? Or both? How many stops do you push? I have attached an image of mine that was push processed, and I have a post about it all on my blog here also, if you are interested.
  9. From my last trip, December 2016-January2017 M6, Summicron 35 Asph, Trix in Xtol 1:1 Myanmar by Alessandro Saponaro, su Flickr M6, Summicron 35 Asph, Tmax 400 in Xtol 1:1 Just a girl (Mandalay - Myanmar) by Alessandro Saponaro, su Flickr M6, Summicron 35 Asph, Tmax 400 in Xtol 1:1 Splash! (Mandalay, Myanmar) by Alessandro Saponaro, su Flickr M6, Summicron 35 Asph, Tmax 400 in Xtol 1:1 Road side tattoing (Mandalay - Myanmar) by Alessandro Saponaro, su Flickr M6, Summicron 50 IV, Trix in Xtol 1:1 Prayer (Bagan - Myanmar) by Alessandro Saponaro, su Flickr
  10. Yesterday I published a fairly lengthy piece on my blog explaining why I was shooting film again after 14 years of shooting digital. Some may find it an interesting read. Here is the link to it: https://gerrywalden.wordpress.com. Comments are always welcome. Gerry
  11. Life is pretty quiet photographically for me at the moment, mostly due to really bad weather with heavy rain which makes street photography almost impossible. This means I am continuing my journey through my archives, and this I had forgotten. It shows a typical English pastime - playing bowls. The white clothes are the standard dress for everyone, and afternoon tea is almost compulsory. English tradition at its best. Leica M3 + 50mm Summicron f2. Ilford 400 Delta. 1997.
  12. New to my street photography gallery: June 2019Leica M7 + 35mm Summarit f2.5 lens. Kodak Tri-X.
  13. https://youtu.be/EL5Qn0weg68 A video of my Leica M System, loading film add also some 2 1/4 .
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