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  1. Special Auction Services, in the south of England, is holding a Fine Photographica auction on 23rd July 2019. It features over 80 Leica items, formerly the property of a distinguished Swedish photographer and collector. In the 1950s and 1960s he gathered an impressive collection of rare Leica cameras, lenses and accessories. Some of them date back to the 1920s and are very hard to find these days, but the rarest item by far is a Leica Gun, codenamed RIFLE, so hard to find that it is thought only around 20 to 30 examples exist today. Here are links to the sale: https://auctions.specialauctionservices.com/m/view-auctions/catalog/id/23?page=2 ttps://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/special-auction-services/catalogue-id-srspe10335 E. Leitz Inc. of New York developed the Leica Gun at the suggestion of Attilio Gatti, a celebrated Italian-born, explorer, author and film maker who led thirteen African safaris between the 1920s and 1940s. He urgently needed a hand-held support for the long telephoto lenses he fitted to his Leica camera for rapid sequence wildlife photography and Leitz obliged. The Leica Gun first appeared in 1938 at a cost of $465 with a 20cm lens and screw-mount camera, but it did not sell well and disappeared in around 1940. This particular example is fitted with a IIIf and has been in the owner's family since 1951: it is expected to sell for in excess of £100,000. Other Leica rarities will include a Leica lens turret OROLF from 1960, an Elmax f/3.5 50mm lens, a Thambar 90mm lens, a Noctilux f/1.2 lens from 1968, an OLLUX lens hood, a Leitz New York Leicamotor 1400 from 1967 and a Leica-Motor MOOLY from 1938.
  2. High Line New York City M + Summaron-M 28/5.6
  3. Roaming NYC by night is always exciting. I went with the Q only all handheld.
  4. New York City at night: our location Queensboro Bridge and a ride with the cable car to Roosevelt Island Leica Q handheld
  5. First series of street portraits, shot in June 2011. I shot a similar series of portraits in Derby earlier this year, for the Magnum Workshop with Bruce Gilden. I've tried to continue this series, this time in NY. I feel that I need to add bit more characters, so I plan on coming back to wrap up this series, hopefully with a bit more varied set as a result. But, for now, here's a selection of the portraits I shot this year: (M9 / Noctilux f/1.0)
  6. I was editing some images that I took last week in New York city, including some taken from the observation deck of the Empire State Building. Then I remembered that I had taken some shots of the same view from the same location, 15 years ago. 2001: Hasselblad 205FCC 110mm (35mm equ 70mm) Planar lens, Fujichrome 100, 6x6cm tranny scanned in an Imacon Flextight scanner to 135Mb 2016: Leica SL, 24-90mm lens (at 68mm), 24 Megapixel sensor, ISO 100, DNG 42Mb Both shot on a clear morning. Both handheld. Both similar field of view (about 70mm) The Hasselblad body, lens and the Imacon scanner were arguably the best quality equipment ever produced for a portable film camera. And, of course, the 6x6cm trannies have a much larger surface area than a 35mm sensor. The Leica SL and 24-90 zoom is arguably current state-of-the-art for quality, portable, digital camera / lens. Of course, the SL is streets ahead of the old film 'blads in terms of convenience and percentage of usable images. But I was interested in seeing how things have progressed, IQ wise. So, I used LR's compare feature to find the same portion of the image at 100%. Then took a screenshot of the two side-by-side. The Leica image is on the left, the scanned Hasselblad image is on the right. After 15 years, we can see that the 35mm Leica has surpassed the scanned 6x6cm MF transparency in terms of resolution, colour and punch. (and the New Yorkers have painted some of their water tanks) And here is the Hasselblad scanned tranny from 2001: And the Leica SL image from 2016:
  7. Hello everyone, My name is Alexey Kashpersky, I am an artist from Ukraine, now live and work in New York. Mainly I create artworks in medical field and fantasy style. Became interested in photography 3 years ago, as far as find it pretty close to art that I'm doing and just yesterday got my first Leica M camera and already started enjoying this piece of pure awesomeness... Here is my website with artworks http://kashpersky.com/ Photos can be founded here https://www.behance.net/collection/32163931/Photo-Art Any suggestions about the forum? What's the rules? What to read first? How to post photos here? Nice to meet y'all! Happy to be in this Leica club
  8. gwpics

    The Ferry Trip

    This is from my trip to the US in 2001 and was taken on the Ellis Island Ferry using the Leica M6 and TX400CN. I thought long and hard about posting this image, and finally came to the conclusion that less able-bodied people are a part of our society and hopefully this image shows a caring relationship and inclusion in the world. Gerry
  9. From the album: Street Photography

    Passenger waiting at Terminal B, Gate D6 for boarding

    © (C) 2015, Chris Scholz

  10. From the album: Street Photography

    Passenger waiting at Terminal B, Gate D6 for boarding

    © (C) 2015, Chris Scholz

  11. From the album: New York

    © garyvaneijk2014

  12. From the album: New York

    © garyvaneijk2014

  13. Here is my second and final installment from our 90 minutes yesterday morning. It was maximum fun with Stuart and Sharookh. Any and all criticisms are welcome. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9
  14. these are from the aicraft approaching Newark Airport. All are with X1. Only later on I found out how to reduce the wrong colors and handle the colorspectre of the window better. But you may have a look.
  15. again my X1 in full back-up service (unfortunately my MKII with Zeiss Distagon18 mm cannot be shown here) - the lighting was very attractive this late afternoon/early evening in March 2013 - so I can show 2 samples of this view. location: New York city, South Street Seaport
  16. on the verge of rain we I was always ready to put my cameras into their plastic cover.This time I can show those with MKII + Elmarit 60 mm+2xconverter. The crowd enjoying was not so disturbing because of weather and partly due to the fact the Brooklyn Bridge is covered with a sheet. You may come along. Uptil now I have not found the point from where you have a ropefree view. Perhaps somebody knows...
  17. these are from Union Square in front of a coffee-bar. After a long walk we neede a break. There I installed my X1 on a Gorillapod and waited for people to pass my prefocussed lens. I tried to catch different types of people.
  18. almost dusk in the streets of NYC and the sun came down quickly. Again my X1 as back-up. Late march this year.
  19. Since my MKII was mounted with the Zeiss Distagon 18 mm I can only post here my impressions with the X1. We spent a few hours on top of the Rockefeller Center and being busy with 2 cameras being pushed around by a milling crowd the X1 served as backup.
  20. Downtown Manhattan near Brooklyn Bridge on a jolly nice very warm day in october 2011 we watched a group of streeacrobats. It was bright sunlight and since reading display of X1 was not possible I got assistance from my husband keeping me informed when the guy started for his jump. Manual focus and shutterspeed with aperture was preset being prepared for a blind shot. Enjoy the jump!
  21. Guest

    New York

    Hallo! Kein wirklich besonderes Motiv, aber in der Bildqualität bin ich mit meiner D-Lux 5 zufrieden und die Kleine war mein treuer Begleiter: (ISO 80, f5.6, 11mmKB55mm)
  22. I just bought an M3 with a goggled Summaron f3.5, and it obviously hasn't been used in decades. I live in New York City, and was thinking of trying out Panorama Camera in Manhattan--has anyone had any experiences with Leica repairs at this camera repair shop? The inside of the Summaron also looks a bit cloudy--not sure what it is exactly, but is it common to have the inside lens elements successfully cleaned? It looks scratch-free... I am very, very excited about getting this camera up and running, it's my first Leica!
  23. Hello I need some advice about film developing in new york. i will stay there for about 2 month starting august and i would like to know if i can work straight on film there. i would like to leave my M8 at home and bring only my M6 and Olympus Snapshot Film-Cam. Where can i get quick development (2-3 days) incl. scans for a good price? high res scans prefered, because i have to work with the pictures right away and won't have a filmscanner there. thanks for your help. berni
  24. Got my M9 after long debate. Still wondering if I can justify the price. So far I'm paranoid about dropping / loosing / damaging it, etc. Wondering if I should keep it. Great system, but a bit too noisy at high ISO speeds for such an expensive system, and while the lenses are fast, I still wish I had cleaner files for those nocturnal photos. I guess you can't have it all. Manual focusing is not that easy after all. I hope in time it gets easier. Well enough blah blah, here is my first photo that I'd like to share with you
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