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  1. From the album: Impressions of Japan

    © Ali Riza Tuna

  2. From the album: Impressions of Japan

    © Ali Riza Tuna

  3. From the album: Impressions of Japan

    © Ali Riza Tuna

  4. From the album: Impressions of Japan

    © Ali Riza Tuna

  5. From the album: Impressions of Japan

    © Ali Riza Tuna

  6. MP240 with Summilux 50 pre-asp v2
  7. MP240 with Summilux 50 pre-asp v2
  8. Turtlewits

    Tokyo

    Leica M8 - 35mm f/2 ASPH Summicron-M

    © Philippe Reyniers 2018

  9. Hi All — You might remember me from my extensive Q field test back in February — http://craigmod.com/sputnik/leica_q/ Well, the Q and a Monochrom (246) came on an eight day hike with photographer Dan Rubin (http://instagram.com/danrubin) and me, and we came back with a new book of photographs called KOYA BOUND. The Kickstarter for it just launched today: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/craigmod/koya-bound-a-book-of-photography-from-japans-kuman There's probably something tremendously gauche about starting a topic about a Kickstarter project, but I figured this would be a great place for Dan and I to do some Q&A if you had any Qs requiring As. Dan shot with the Q, and I shot with the Monochrom. We walked for eight days. We got rained on quite a bit. We sweat all over the things. Banged them into stuff. Both cameras were troopers. Dan was shooting on the Q at (obviously) 28mm, and I was shooting at 50mm with a Summilux on the 246. We took about 3,000 photos in total over the eight days. And we both carried a spare battery although I don't think either of us needed it (the 246 could have almost gone the whole walk on a single charge). I've attached a couple of shots, but the uploader doesn't allow for much. You can see more here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ngw903rngzebpnj/AABdqQlkoN6G6sA9BoFxEd26a?dl=0 It was a great walk, and we had a whole lot of fun shooting and thinking about this book for the last six months. If you have any questions, send them over. Warmly, Craig (& Dan) (For those curious, I OK'd this with the forum administrator Andreas before starting this thread.)
  10. 100 t-max, M3, 50mm Zeiss People who have travelled to, or seen images of Shinto shrines in Japan will know about Ema...small wooden plaques on which you can write a wish to the kami/gods. It's common during the New Year's holiday to write your wish for the year. The first picture below is context for those who have not seen Ema. I've seen thousands of these, and wishes range from the cure for a loved-one's cancer, to a plea that Liverpool will win the Premier League. The other day, I randomly selected and turned over one Ema. As I slowly read, (shooting film seems to slow down everything I do), I thought it a bit ironic. "If his tests include English spelling, he will surely need to study more." Says I, the parent of a 6 yr old. .....but then I got to the last sentence.
  11. I may be going to Tokyo some time next year. I'd like to know what my options would be as far as renting Leica equipment goes. Don't know where to start. Google search doesn't yield much. Any places that you know of? How easy is it to rent there? What are the requirements (if any)? Any input would be much appreciated. Ta in advance.
  12. Hi, we are putting a book with photos together for Mr Miyazaki, all taken with Perar lenses. It would be great to have a contribution from you! More details here: https://www.flickr.c...ps/2843169@N21/ http://www.japanexpo...the-perar-book/ If you don’t use or like Flickr, please email us. Thanks and looking forward to hearing from you. Regards Dirk
  13. From the album: My Leica M-A

    © Erwin Kindangen

  14. From the album: My Leica M-A

    © Erwin Kindangen

  15. gehört hierher : The MS Optical Sonnetar 50mm f/1.1 MC | Japan Camera Hunter
  16. Taken in Tokyo Shinjuku. Leica M9, 21mm f/1.4 Summilux ASPH
  17. Early April this year. Despite the earthquake, tsunami, and Fukushima nuclear power station problems; blue skies and cherry blossoms, and people out enjoying them, one way and another. [ATTACH]257794[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]257795[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]257796[/ATTACH] (M7 / 35mm Summicron asph)
  18. "Engpässe bei Elektronik" so lautet die Überschrift eines Artikels in der heutigen gleichgeschalteten württembergischen Presse "Sonntag aktuell" (leider auch in Baden erhältlich) Anbei ein kurzer Auszug: Da dieses Periodika (Zeitung möchte ich es nicht nennen) nicht die Speersitze des investigativen Journalismaus darstellt, vermute ich das dieser Artikel ein Zusammenbrau aus einem grössenern Beitrag aus der Wirtschaftswoche (der Name taucht mal auf) ist. Steht dort etwas detaillierter um was es handelt... * Sonntag aktuell, 22.05.11, Printausgabe S 5
  19. At the Blurb For Good web shop, I have presented a book on Japan: Kyoto, Eternal city of cherry blossoms, geishas and temples. You can search there for 'Kyoto'. This is a book for fundraising. All profits go to the Japanese Red Cross. The cover photo is from the Ryoanji Dry Garden, a special meditative temple. M8, Summicron 35 Enjoy, and do have a look at the book. And be prepared - it is addictive. Something you will want, and can afford. albert
  20. Ich hoffe der Hinweis wird nicht wieder todgeredet. Die Natur- (und menschengemachte) Katastrophe lässt die Veranstalter der mainzer Minikina 2011 (geplant 21. und 22. Mai 2011) diese absagen Startseite Damit es _kein_ Missverständnis gibt : auch mein volles Mitgefühl für die Opfer der Naturkatastrophe in der japanischen Bevölkerung.* Ich bitte aber ausdrücklich das Thema nicht todzureden. (* Nach meiner Kenntnis mehr als eine 1/2 Mio in Notunterkünften und mehr als 1,7 Mio ohne Wasserversorgung , ....) PS: _ _ eingefügt
  21. ... auf dem Nachhauseweg. M2 / 35mm Summilux-M / Tri-X
  22. Some shots from my recent trip to Tokyo, Japan. I wound up using the D-Lux 5 quite a bit. It was a joy to use and I was impressed with the image quality. Tokyo Tower by acetonic, on Flickr Tokyo Tower by acetonic, on Flickr Tokyo at Night by acetonic, on Flickr Tokyo Tower by acetonic, on Flickr Thanks for taking a look!
  23. A moment of silence is hold this Sunday, March 11th at 6:30 in the forecourt of Human Rights at the Trocadero. At 6:46, the time of natural disaster, a minute's silence symbolized solidarity of Paris with the victims of Sendai. The ceremony is initiated by Mr Takada Kenzo, a Japanese fashion designer and former founder of Kenzo brand. With the presence of His Excellence Mr Ichiro Komatsu, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan in France. More details at: Passion Leica Weblog Leica Digilux 3 Leica D Vario-Elmarit f/2.8-3.5/14-50 mm ASPH.
  24. Tokyo, Shibuya, 2010 Jan. M8 ¦ CV 28 Ultron ¦ f/2.8 ¦ 320 ISO [ATTACH]188646[/ATTACH] Thank you for looking. Gérald
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