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M8 Photographs (Post them here)

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Thanks Wilfredo. Although most of the other pictures posted here put mine to shame, I'm very happy with my M8 and my Summarit 35. It's a very versatile combination.

 

Your welcome Nicole. I enjoy your picture and always appreciate your expertise :-).

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Those night mountain shots above are stunning, and that kid has real character. This thread has been viewed 2485 times. I would say there is a clear interest in M8 (M8.2) photography.

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Wilfredo you get all the credit for putting this thread

together. good call.

 

There is a lot of fine quality photographs in this thread. Lets

keep it going, post your best!

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I am SO glad this thread is located here in the Photo Forum.

 

Being primarily of the R-persuasion myself, it's not likely I ever would have experienced all these wonderful images, and witnessed this awesome talent, had this thread remained buried in the M8 Forum.

 

Congratulations to all who have posted here.

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Thank you Robert. That is exactly why this thread had to be in the Photo sub-section and not in the M8 sub-section.

 

Many, many members never visit the M8 sub-section.

 

I would love to see the people who seem to have posted for the first time in this thread, share their work more openly in the Photo section, in the coming weeks and months.

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Of course I hope this will generate more interest in the Photo section. Perhaps this will serve as a catalyst for that? But for now, the M8 celebration continues. The variety of shooting styles and genres displayed here are awesome. Here's another one :-)

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I've had my M8 for a week now.

 

I've used it with Nine different 50mm lenses so far. twenty something to go.

 

Nikkor 5cm F2, wide-open:

 

 

Early 1930s 5cm f2 Sonnar, modified to LTM, wide-open,

 

 

5cm F1.5 Simlar (from a Leotax) , wide-open

 

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Huntington Beach! I was there a couple of weeks ago in just about the

same spot and i didn't take any photo's.

 

you captured it perfectly.

small world.

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I passed a window full of wigs this morning and had to take a quick pic before they changed expression.

 

CE

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