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Madrid seen through an Rd1s in b&w
Old 01-11-2012   #1
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Madrid seen through an Rd1s in b&w

Hi!
I'm sharing some pics taken in Madrid.
I would like to read your comments and thoughts.
I would also like to see your pics (if you have some) of Madrid, too.
All pictures taken with a summicron 40c.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/zonasette/6678215089/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/zonasette/6678215095/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/zonasette/6678215087/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/zonasette/6678215081/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/zonasette/6678215077/
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Old 01-11-2012   #2
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Excellent pictures! I particularly like the Gran Via shot - great framing!
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I liked them too. Especially the first and the one with the man standing. Thanks for sharing them.
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Nice set. But you need to clean the sensor.
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Cleaning the sensor

Yes... i saw.
I've tried to clean it and i'll test it soon.
Thanks everybody for your comments!
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Domenico, it might be just dust in the rear element of the lens, it happens and it's easy to remove. beautiful photos!! I lived in Madrid for 4 months, lovely photogenic city. I learned to shoot with a rangefinder there

I didnt have my R-D1 when I lived in Madrid, but here are some shots from oct 2010. mine are in colour though:


jazz madrid by Marcelo Colmenero, on Flickr


rest by Marcelo Colmenero, on Flickr


signs by Marcelo Colmenero, on Flickr


friendship by Marcelo Colmenero, on Flickr
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Old 01-23-2012   #7
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Great colors! I like "rest" most!
And the dinamic range ot "signs".
Thank you for sharing!
I've read on this forum there is a leica shop in Madrid "fotocasion". I could not visit it. Have you ever been there?
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Old 01-25-2012   #8
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yep, it's quite big and has a huge used gear section, with a wall filled up with rollei tlrs, leicas, yashicas, hasselblads, nikons, canons.. it's a great sight! their prices are a bit too high though, so I ended up not buying anything there, also salesmen acted uninterested in showing cameras/lenses. they also had a lot of film, including some different ones like P1600 (iso 1600 slide film) and the rollei B&Ws. another good photography shop in Madrid is Casanova, which wo't have much used gear in the shop, but in their HQ in Barcelona. everything they have of used gear is on their website though, so you can call ahead and ask them to have the item sent to Madrid to take a look. I bought 2 Canon 50mm f/0.95 from them for a pretty low price: they thought it was just a weird lens nobody would want to use... their used gear prices are much better than Fotocasion's, which also didn't have anything on their website, so to know what they had you need to visit the shop and see for yourself..

thanks! there are more in my flickr acc if you want to take a look, i have many from Madrid with a GX100, a LX3, LC-A and M6 as well from when I lived there.
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great shots of an inspiring city - thanks for sharing!
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These shots look really good. Thanks for posting them.
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hi nice pictures taken on the 40mm, did you use an external viewfinder ?
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40mmand viewfinder

None, I use the 35mm framelines provided. Never had troubles with that.

Thank you all for comments.
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thx OP for reminding nice memories, great shots too. Madrid is nice city to visit. I went there last spring while there were elections and plenty of people on streets. my set shot with M8 is here.
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