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    • By gwpics
      Taken in my hometown of Southampton with the Leica M9 + 35mm Summarit-M f2.5 in 2016. Just processed into b&w from the original .dng file using Lightroom Classic. 1/500th f4.8 @ 200iso.
      Gerry

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    • By gwpics
      From the archives - Brittany, France.
      Leica M6 + 50mm Summicron f2. Film is Kodak T400CN commercially processed.
      Gerry

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    • By gwpics
      Like so many I am in a lockdown situation, and as a safeguard I have not ventured out for many week because of my age and heart condition. Those around me are keen to keep me a live for some reason! 😄 I have therefore been exploring the home environment, and also exploring my under-used 24mm Elmarit-M f2.8 ASPH.
      Here is one from my garden which was taken with the Elmarit on my M240, and then converted to black and white in Lightroom CC. Technical details are 1/90 f8 @ 2000iso Init is pretty dark under the oak tree). Hope you like it!
      Gerry

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    • By Herr Barnack
      I just now happened to stumble upon this essay on the M10 Monochrom which is accompanied by a nice set of sample images. 
      In thinking about the concept of a black and white only digital camera in general and about the M10 Monochrom in particular, I was smitten with a thought that I cannot shake free of:  The M 10 Monochrom may well be the pinnacle of the digital M camera. 
      It is going to be an awfully hard act to follow.  If anyone can best the M10 Monochrom, it would have to be the gents and ladies of Werzlar.
      https://www.popphoto.com/story/gear/hands-on-leica-m10-monochrome/
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