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M7 ZM 50/2 Ektar 100 by edward karaa, on Flickr

 

ha, ha, great one.  Looks like she was happy to see you in more ways than one 

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ha, ha, great one. Looks like she was happy to see you in more ways than one

Haha, thanks Adam

 

She really looked in pain and just when I clicked the shutter, she glanced at me!

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Haha, thanks Adam

 

She really looked in pain and just when I clicked the shutter, she glanced at me!

 

yeah, but at the same time she seemed turned by it (or you); how else do you explain the erection??

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yeah, but at the same time she seemed turned by it (or you); how else do you explain the erection??

Haha, now I get it

 

Well seen!!!

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Well put, Peter. 

 

I'd also add that this thread is virtually every month reported as the most active thread in the forum.

 

What I like so much about this thread are the wonderful images.  What I also like is the de facto demonstration that as of January 7, 2018, film still brings something to an image that digital cannot ― not even after having been Photoshoped, VSCOized, Silver Efexized, or whatever-simulationized.

 

―Peter.

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Leicaflex with Cinestill by ganzology, on Flickr

 

Leicaflex with Cinestill by ganzology, on Flickr

 

Leicaflex with Cinestill by ganzology, on Flickr

 

Leicaflex with Cinestill by ganzology, on Flickr

 

Leicaflex with Cinestill by ganzology, on Flickr

 

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Leicaflex Standard Mk2 with 50mm 'cron Mk1.  Film: Cinestill 50D

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