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Thank you Stuart for looking and for your nice comments

 

Recent tulip blossom Kodak Portra 160

What do you think of this soft focus that I can not have with my two digital M?

 

Note the thickness of the tulip petal versus smooth thinness in digital

 

 

Henry

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All very very well done. I might post some also, but the quality of these is intimidating.

 

May I ask about the extent of digital post processing in these?

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Mamiya 7II + TriX

 

I'm deleting this lovely photo because it violates Forum rules: Photos posted here must be made with a Leica camera, or a Leica lens, or both.

 

Stuart Nordheimer

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All very very well done. I might post some also, but the quality of these is intimidating.

May I ask about the extent of digital post processing in these?

Hi Kd I did not make any post-processing

Just raw Tiff coming out the Nikonscan (all set as standard) and Jpeg for post

I rarely post processe because I trust rendering of ​​the film

Thanks for looking and comments

Best regards

Henry

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Hi Kd I did not make any post-processing

Just raw Tiff coming out the Nikonscan (all set as standard) and Jpeg for post

I rarely post processe because I trust rendering of ​​the film

Thanks for looking and comments

Best regards

Henry

 

Thank you. I have returned to film for much of my RF shooting as I have sold my M9 and await an M240. I have to say I do enjoy it and have considered passing on the M as a result. But my results have been inconsistent, especially with color film.

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Thanks Craig for posting from Singapore

Nice portrait in b&w of vietnamese or chinese from Singapore ?

It makes me want to post these pictures of Vietnam :

 

 

Halong Bay (Vietnam) Fuji film Superia

No post processing

 

Henry

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Thank you. I have returned to film for much of my RF shooting as I have sold my M9 and await an M240. I have to say I do enjoy it and have considered passing on the M as a result. But my results have been inconsistent, especially with color film.

You are welcome

I would like also to order the new M but when I saw the color and overall image rendering Cmos versus M8 and M9, I've changed my mind.

For against, I'll buy a MP ! I have become allergic to digital and I will treat myself

Henry

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Thanks Craig for posting from Singapore

Nice portrait in b&w of vietnamese or chinese from Singapore ?

It makes me want to post these pictures of Vietnam :

 

Henry

 

Thanx Henry... I probably should have said where this was. Its on board a ship docked at the Sunda Kelapa port in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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another from Vietnam ......

 

Lake of the Restored Sword in Hanoi (Vietnam) where legend says that:

once upon a time a king who has to hunt Chinese invaders received from a big turtle in the lake, a sword to fight ....... 10 years later, the king must give back this sword demanded by a turtle sent from heaven

 

Fujichrome Sensia 100 slide + SL

 

 

Henry

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