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You guys are way too fast, already crossing the river with great speed and I haven't even entered the Boijmans depot

For the members who don't know what it looks like, here it is, a gigantic flowerpot covered with mirrors (spot the photographer 😉)

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Peter Struycken, the arcade from which the photo above was made

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Picture of a photographer.   With typical Leica Glow .. ..

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M9M Voigtländer 50/1.2

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On the Singel we passed the Alliance Française building with its diamond shaped striped pattern. Too bad it was still closed so we couldn't enter for a view from inside.

In the SS Rotterdam though there was a big big stripe pattern for us in the stairway. Did it make up?

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both Elmar 24mm

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A portrait of Michiel.

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Now you guess the lens. .  

1) Voigtländer 50mm/1.2; or   2) Nikkor-HC 50mm/2.0; or   3) Elmar 50mm/3.5;   4) Summilux-A 50mm/1.4

 

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Suddenly a runner crossed the arcade. A bit of a decisive moment I would say although it was not by purpose...

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Queueing for the Watertaxi

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Inside the Depot (or the mirror flowerpot)

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4 hours ago, Alberti said:

1) Voigtländer 50mm/1.2; or   2) Nikkor-HC 50mm/2.0; or   3) Elmar 50mm/3.5;   4) Summilux-A 50mm/1.4

DOF doesn't seem all that small so, assuming you shot wide open, I'm guessing the Elmar 50/3.5. Rendering wise it looks more vintage so it might also be the Nikkor and lowest probability from my side the VM or the Lux A.

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You are right, even for me the plane of real focus is rather shallow. It does drop slowly on the main subject.

EXIF says F 4.0

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here with a focus on the foreground of the beard . . 

 

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1 hour ago, Alberti said:

You are right, even for me the plane of real focus is rather shallow. It does drop slowly on the main subject.

EXIF says F 4.0

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here with a focus on the foreground of the beard . . 

 

yes, and indeed it is the Elmar. I am always surprised about that background. 

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Yes, I find my old Elmar indeed nice and sharp but sharpness falloff is a bit more course as compared to my V1 summicron.

 

From the elevator in the depot (so sorry for the window reflections)

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Maarten trying the tool of the "real photographer"

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One of the special attractions in the Depot was the "Infinity Mirror"

 

First a triptich of the screen outside showing Albert, Maarten and Michiel in there (you can see the perspective change as I move forward in the queue)

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And then it was my turn to go in:

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At the end of the day I had seen so many Red Dots, that it went to my head, I think . .

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M10r Summilux 35mm

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The weather was great for dramatic lighting

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M10r 50mm Nikkor-HC LTM

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They found a new way in the Depot to elevate art

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The show is over, but the guard is still in place.....

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Three more from the Depot before trying to catch up with the others crossing the river and visiting the SS Rotterdam

A day at the office

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Interesting documentation was available

 

Vertigo

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View from the SS Rotterdam.

 

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Leica M10, Summicron-M 28mm Asph

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A threatening sky and a bus in the water 😮

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The splash bus came closer

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