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This is the thread to post your entries for the Barnack Challenge #33. "Seen Through"

I hope you have all shot a winning picture and will post it here before November 19, 2017.

I will close the thread on the morning (late) of November 20, my local time, AEST. That should allow northern hemisphere entrant comfortable time till midnight their time. If anyone has issues with this, let me know. Flexibility is a good thing.

 

Now post your entries.

I will start by posting mine.

 

(Please consider choosing some of your "outtakes'' for posting in a later thread after we have all submitted our entries.)

 

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My entry: LINE BALL

Leica 111f + Summitar 50/2 lens.

Film: Ilford HP5+, stand developed at 1600 iso in Rodinal.

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Looking through a microscope:

 

 

The detail from a feather

 

(Leica II, MIKAS, Microscope from Will Wetzlar)

 

yours sincerely

Thomas

Edited by thomas_schertel

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shot through the window from inside with a Leica M 240 and a Voigtlander 50mm f1.5 Aspherical Lens. at f 1.5

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shot through the window from inside with a Leica M 240 and a Voigtlander 50mm f1.5 Aspherical Lens. at f 1.5

 

 

Tony,

 

This thread is only for photos taken with a Barnack (screw mount) film camera for the Barnack Challenge.  (You might have confused this with the Barnack's Monthly thread.)

 

Pete.

Edited by farnz

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looking through - - ...some IKEA framelines 

 

 

Leica IIIf, Elmar 4/9, Fuji C200

 

 

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Seen through an insect's eyes.

 

IIIg and 15/4.5 Voigtlander Heliar with Portra 800 with a 3-dimensional diamond table ornament handheld to the front of the lens, which provided the prism effect.

 

Edited by farnz

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Seen Through Old Glass of a Vetern Automobile (circa 1900)

Leica IIIb, Industar-22 5cm LTM lens, Kodak T-Max 400 film

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Shlomo,

 

I regret I must delete your entry in the Barnack Challenge #33, as it ONLY for entries made using a Barnack Leica (screw thread) camera.

Pete's advice above (see post #7) may help repost your image.

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Seen through lawyer' (solicitor's) front window.....Guardian, scales of justice.

 

II, 50mm 2.0 Summitar

 

 

Edited by Wayne

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Posting is now closed for entries in the Barnack Challenge #33.

Shortly I will open the voting thread.

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Just to very respectfully correct Erl's link (which unfortunately keeps bringing me back to this thread in an endless loop 

) this is the link to the Barnack's Challenge voting thread.

 

Pete.

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