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3 minutes ago, lawrencem10p said:

What light meter are you using ? 

I use the free 'Light Meter' app on my iPhone. It's never let me down. That said, I don't always need it. This picture was taken as dusk was approaching, and at times like that I tend to double check my settings. But during daylight hours I tend to 'set and forget' my exposure. I always err to overexposure if I'm guessing. Print film is pretty forgiving.

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5 hours ago, colint544 said:

Edinburgh Waverley railway station. The only station in the world to be named after a novel.

Shot on my Leica M2 and 90mm Tele-Elmarit v1, with Kodak Portra 400. I get a great buzz from shooting on equipment that's 50+ years old, using modern film emulsions that could only be dreamed of back in the day.

One side note. Don't know if this happens to anyone else, but almost any time I shoot red lights (traffic lights, car tail lights, etc) with a digital camera, they come out as white in the centre. The Leica M9 I used to have was really bad for this, no matter how much I underexposed.

But one of the joys of shooting film, is that red lights look great. I think it's the splashes of red on the signalling equipment that make this shot for me. I just couldn't replicate this image on a digital camera.

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In photoshop you can select the red edge with a brush and paint the center or use clone stamp

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On 7/15/2020 at 5:28 PM, tobey bilek said:

In photoshop you can select the red edge with a brush and paint the center or use clone stamp

Thank you. I know. I've actually done that before, but it just doesn't look quite right somehow. And it bothers me that I've had to cheat like that.

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On 7/15/2020 at 12:03 PM, colint544 said:

Edinburgh Waverley railway station. The only station in the world to be named after a novel.

Are you saying you've never read that lesser known Dickens classic, Birmingham New Street?

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Plodding, Buckland Abbey in Devon rain

Leica M5, Elmar 90mm Collapsible M, Fomapan 200 at 125 in PMK Pyro

 

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M10 Monochrom, 90mm Macro-Elmar

Different styles

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Two indoor shots - 90mm Summarit-M f2.4 on M10M.

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Wooden post - somewhat neglected!  M10M, 90mm Summarit-M f2.4.

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CL 90 Elmarit 1960

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Hi-speed to. Bristol & points west. 90mm Summarit-M f2.4 on M10M.

 

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A quiet morning looking down Somes Sound

M10 Monochrom, 90mm Macro-Elmar

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One of my first shots with my new 90mm Macro Elmar (M10-d). Lovely lens!

 

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7 AM Vinalhaven ferry heading out

M10M, 4/90mm Macro-Elmar

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M10-R  Elmarit-M 90mm v2

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M10M + APO Summicron 90

 

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