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Cliffs of Etretat * in bad weather (cloudy, windy and stormy beginning)

 

Kodak Portra 400

 

 

Henry

* 100 m high - Normandie (France) where Jean Gaumy took pictures with the new M

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Henry,

 

Absolutely fantastic, each and every one of them!

 

Here is a contribution from me. This could also go with your poppy thread. These poppies are called "cowboy's breakfast" as they look like fried eggs:

 

Mammoth Lakes, Lookout Mountain, California. M6TTL, HP5+

 

 

Ece

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Henry,

 

Absolutely fantastic, each and every one of them!

 

Here is a contribution from me. This could also go with your poppy thread. These poppies are called "cowboy's breakfast" as they look like fried eggs:

 

Mammoth Lakes, Lookout Mountain, California. M6TTL, HP5+

 

 

 

Ece

 

Great thanks Ece for your contribution picture

Very nice pictures

 

Here another poppies taken recently in my field without pesticides (

(poppy grows only in the fields without pesticides)

Kodak Portra 160

 

Thanks for looking and kind regards

Henry

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I made a mistake in posting this is the one I would like to post.

The previous one is already posted.Sorry for the confusion

 

subtlety and nuance of the film in color and in structure of the flower

 

Kodak Portra 160

 

 

Henry

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And, one in color. Tuolomne Meadows, Yosemite. Portra 160NC. M6TTL, 50 'lux

 

[ATTACH]381585[/ATTACH]

 

Ece

Ece impressive picture

Thank you for posting

Henry

 

and another in b&w for Ece ....

 

Chantilly castle (France) 14th century, north of Paris

Ilford FP4

House development Ilfosol

 

 

SL+Summicron 50mm

Thanks for looking and comments

 

Henry

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another pictures with Kodak Portra 160 a very nice film in my opinion

fine grain and beautiful color

 

Gueux circuit where former champions like Fangio have raced

Rally Porsche Carrera (May 2013)

 

 

 

 

Elmar 35-70

Pictures uncropped and not enlarged

Thanks for looking

Henry

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Thanks Ece for looking... another pictures for you

 

-Kodak TriX 400 for this one :

not very good weather this day, cloudy on Mont Saint Michel Normandie (France)

the photo posted above is in color with Kodak Portra 400 :

http://www.l-camera-forum.com/leica-forum/other/286747-i-like-film-open-thread.html

 

 

-one with Fuji Superia 100

I like green color of Fuji

 

 

Best

 

Henry

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another picture of this so beautiful place

 

The pond and a second bridge yet opposite, on the other side

and its famous garden lilies

 

Kodak Portra 400

 

[ATTACH]379734[/ATTACH]

 

Henry

 

 

Amazing, Henry...thank you!

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Henry, I am working with m R4, M3 and another non-Leica film camera with nothing but Portra 160 right now...Your photos are inspirational at just the right time!

 

Thank you for posting these wonderful images.

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Hello Dave,

it is long, glad to see you here .....

you're welcome, if you have pictures do not hesitate to post

Thank you for watching

 

Let leave Europe, return to nature and to millenial tradition

All pictures with Film Fuji Superia 100 pro

Nikonscan

 

true color, much nuance, the most faithful possible reproduction of what you see, it is the quality of the film

 

.... small fisherman will be great

Beach Langco Central Vietnam

 

 

Marble Tomb of King Tu Duc (Temple King TuDuc) Central Vietnam

 

 

Works rice Central Vietnam

 

 

Thanks Ece for looking

 

Regards

Henry

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the last pictures from Vietnam (VN)

 

students tourists who absolutely wanted to take a picture

Velvia 50 slide (Ninh Bing Halong Bay "land" North VN)

 

 

natural and wild beach of Danang (Vietnam Centre) in heavy, cloudy, hot weather

 

 

Henry

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Henry,

 

I want one of those apricot Porches

 

Superb colors in all. Which software/scanner do you use to scan these? I remember you advocating Epson V700 in another thread a while back.

 

Here is one from Zion Canyon, Utah (Velvia).

 

 

Ece

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Henry,

 

I want one of those apricot Porches

 

Superb colors in all. Which software/scanner do you use to scan these? I remember you advocating Epson V700 in another thread a while back.

 

Here is one from Zion Canyon, Utah (Velvia).

 

[ATTACH]381928[/ATTACH]

 

Ece

Ece

I use for b&w Epsonscan V700 and Nikonscan V for color and slide,sometimes Epson

All pictures are uncorrected ! sometimes corrected by LR

Thanks Ece for posting , great picture, the american landscape as we like

Regards

Henry

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Thanks Ece for looking

 

On the banks of the Seine River .... Paris

 

Fuji Superia 100 maybe

 

 

 

R8 Elmar 35-70

Epsonscan

 

Henry

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......we change city.

 

Marseille its port and its fisherman

Kodak Portra 400

NKscan

 

 

his fish market

 

 

Thanks for your comments

 

Henry

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Henry, I love this thread...

...thanks for starting it.

 

Is it okay if I post a photo or two of Sakura trees in bloom in my neighborhood from the R4 and 80mm Summilux? (Ektar 100)

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