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  1. Hello, I recently published my M2 user experience in my blog using Summaron35 f2. 8 and Summicron35 version 4.All were taken with Kodak Portra400. The M2 with these 2 lens are amazing. ( I got the good deal on Summicron35 during my trip in Munich, so I carried two 35mm lens😋. Hope you guys enjoy the picture and have fun shooting. I really love my M2 https://goo.gl/G5T1TR
  2. AZA

    Bee approaching

    From the album: Nature

    © ilLouminate, LLC

  3. AZA


    From the album: Architecture

    © ilLouminate, LLC

  4. From the album: My Leica M-A

    I was standing on a bridge in Venice, Italy just enjoying the beautiful afternoon light when two couples on a boat below me started to embrace and kiss. I always had my camera pre-set to "proper aperture" and pre-set the distance for zone focus, the rest just fall in place.

    © @ E Kindangen

  5. I'm selling my 21mm Super Angulon f/4 M mount in favor of something a little more "practical". While in Cuba earlier this year, I found myself using the Zeiss 28mm f/2.8 on my Contax G2 quite a bit but for my next few trips, I'll bring only a couple of M bodies (M7 & Typ 246). I really love the results that I got out of my Zeiss and am wondering if I should go with another Zeiss (25mm f/2.8 or 28mm f/2.8) OR a new-ish 28mm Elmarit ASPH. So my two questions are "is the Elmarit ASPH quality worth more than double the price of a used Zeiss 25mm or 28mm?" and "In order to keep my work consistent, should I just stick with the Zeiss 28mm f/2.8 for the way it renders colors?" Examples of my work in Cuba with the 28mm f/2.8 on the Contax G2 below. Both photos with Portra 400.
  6. 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._/
  7. Hey, I went to Vietnam this summer and shot a series that was among other featured on the leica camera blog. You can check that out here: http://blog.leica-camera.com/2016/09/25/lounging-in-vietnam/ But of course I shot a lot more than just those few images in the series! So I still had a ton of photos from my trip to Vietnam buried in Lightroom. I haven’t posted any of them anywhere because I couldn’t really figure out how to arrange them in a story that would make any sense. Also most of these photos are a tad too touristy for my taste. But since I still really like them and can’t stand the thought of never showing them I decided to split them up into a couple of smaller sets and post them on my blog - of course fully aware that tumblr is pretty much dead these days. But hey, any place is better than the depths of my hard drive. All photo are taken with a Leica M6 and the 35mm Summicron IV on Kodak Portra 160 or 400. You can find some of the photo already on my blog and I will keep updating over the next few days. Blog: http://lifeon35.tumblr.com/
  8. 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:
  9. 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:
  10. Eine kleine Auswahl von Bildern aus einer relativ großen Serie die während eines kurzen Trips in die Türkei entstanden ist. Die ganze Serie gibts hier: http://www.philippwortmann.com/istanbul 35mm Kodak Portra 400 - Leica M6 & 35mm Summicron IV lens - gescannt mit Kodak Pakon 135+
  11. This is a small selection of photographs from a series I shot in Istanbul and Bursa during short trip to Turkey. You can check the full series out on my site: http://www.philippwortmann.com/istanbul Or follow me on one of my social media things, down below. All shot on 35mm Kodak Portra 400 with a Leica M6 & 35mm Summicron IV lens. Scanned by myself with a Pakon 135+
  12. A small series I did on the Austrian tradition of "Almabtrieb". This is just a selection of pictures from the full series here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/derphilipppp/albums/72157659340180141 Leica M6 - 35mm Summicron IV - Kodak Portra 160 In case you don't know what an "Almabtrieb" is: The "Almabtrieb", which translates from German as: "drive from the mountain pasture", is an annual event in the alpine regions in Europe, referring to a cow train in autumn. During summer, all over the alpine regions cow herds feed on alpine pastures ("Almen" or "Alpen") high up in the mountains (a practice known as transhumance). In numbers, these amount to about 500,000 cows in Austria, 380,000 in Switzerland and 50,000 in Germany. While there is often some movement of cattle between the Almen during the summer, there is usually one concerted cow train in autumn to bring the cows to their stables down in the valley. This typically takes place in late September or early October. If there were no accidents on the Alm during the summer, in many areas the cows are decorated elaborately, and the cow train is celebrated with music and dance events in the towns and villages. Upon arrival in the valley, joint herds from multiple farmers are sorted in the Viehscheid, and each cow is returned to its owner. Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr
  13. Die ganze Serie gibts hier: https://www.flickr.com/photos/derphilipppp/albums/72157659340180141 Leica M6 - 35mm Summicron IV - Kodak Portra 160 Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr Almabtrieb by philipp wortmann, auf Flickr
  14. Just spending a few days in Rome with my M6 TTL and C-Biogon 35mm f/2.8 (one lens only). Before leaving, I checked my freezer: XP2 Super, Ektar 100, Potra 160 or Portra 400? Weather forcast was fine: sunny and warm, very warm. Colours in Rome are wonderful: marble, antique orange and pink, light blue... not those shiny full colours screaming at your eyes. I decided to take the Portra 160, too much light for the 400, too many nice colours for the Ektar, the XP2 (or some real b/w-film). Since I did not plan to take many pictures inside something (churches or antique places), ISO 160 is perfect. Even with only ISO 160, I hardly get down to f/2.8 for a somewhat blurred background on the outside. It's mostly f/8 and 1/250 to 1/500, or even f/11. Perfect for snapshots, with the camera set to hyperfocal distance, but too much for any kind of bokeh. But I shoot people and things just the Leica-way: fast and without being noticed. Last time in Rome I had the DSLR with me. Great camera, but you don't go unnoticed, not in the streets, not in places. For insides, I don't get anywhere with the 35 mm Biogon. Something like 24 mm or less would be necessary for all these wonderful places, plus film with ISO 400 or higher (or a M240, film is not perfect for anything above ISO 400 in my opinion). Ok, got to get ready for the second day. Sorry, no pictures yet, as I need to develop and scan the negs first the traditional way. Back home, that is.
  15. A view of the scullery in the National Trust's Avebury Manor. MP, 28mm Elmarit-M ASPH, Portra 160, hand-held.
  16. I haven't really shot colour film before, but I'm very pleased with the results. See here some pictures taken with the M6TTL 0.85 with Summicron-M 50mm on Kodak Portra 400, scanned with Nikon coolscan 4000 I really like the colour rendition on the images. Anyone else really liking the Kodak Portra 400 colours? Or recommending other films I might like? thanks! P.S. for people who have read my post about my mother in critical stage in the hospital, on #3 you see her fully recovered with my little brother.
  17. I just noticed a competition over at http://www.iloverangefinders.com to win 10 rolls of portra if you send your best rangefinder pics Anyone know of any other competitions where film is the prize ? The price of provia has gone up quite a bit , and im not too keen on ektar even though it is quite cheap compared to.
  18. Thomas Edison's Ft. Myers, Florida chemical and biological laboratory where he tried to synthesize or find a natural source of rubber into the early 1900's. Leica IIIf, Summaron 35/3.5, Kodak Portra 160NC, 1/5 sec @ f/11, drugstore develop and scan to CD. This picture taken 13 April 2010. Nik Dfine to reduce noise/grain, Viveza to bring out from shadows blue bottle on the left, light Sharpener Pro, finally Topaz Adjust for another look and more latitude. This is still not the greatest vantage point--a jumble of vials and test tubes--but best I could do under the crowded, hurried circumstances, we are all behind a rope barrier. (Everybody around me stopped, held still and held their breath while I hunkered down and took the shot, I must've had that steely look in my eyes...think I should've gone to f/16 because this is zone focus...I've had good luck with slow shutter speeds and these focal-plane shutters so I'm not afraid to go down that low. My lowest acceptable shutter speed with ff dslr is 1/500.) [ATTACH]198400[/ATTACH]
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