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Old 05-18-2007   #76
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well, thanks for the warm and comfortable welcome
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Self-portrait?
Old 05-18-2007   #77
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Cool Self-portrait?

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great pics deadsexy, welcome to the forum! Funny avatar

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What Todd said.
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Old 05-18-2007   #78
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you mean the second one? no, just a really good friend of mine... I'm not that sexy anyway
But I'd like to thank you as well.
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Old 05-18-2007   #79
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Nope.

Your avatar. Self-portrait????????????? GRINNNNNNNNNING
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Old 05-18-2007   #80
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oh, sorry I somehow understood this joke. it was not meant to make it less effective.

the weird thing is, I just typed "m" in the google image searchmachine in a moment of pure boredom and this picture appeared. i was kinda scared
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Old 06-16-2007   #81
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Found this thread while searching for some polaroid stuff. But as I find myself shooting wide open quite often, so..

Here's some real bokeh:

Pentax *ist D and M50/1.4


How to break just about every rule of photography (composing in the middle, shooting wide open, shooting person from behind..):

Mamiya M645 and 80/1.9


Uhhuh, a friend having a cigarette and me testing a new homemade camera:

A home-made camera shooting on 4x5 b/w paper, using hat as a shutter, and the lens.. some kind of projection lens, 110/0.95 (!!!), here's a picture of the camera: link


And so that this wouldn't be completely off topic, here's a rangefinder shot from a shopping centre:

Canonet QL17 40/1.7
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Old 06-24-2007   #82
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Old 07-01-2007   #83
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Old 07-02-2007   #84
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Old 07-16-2007   #85
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wow, nice work everybody! This is a creamy, dreamy thread

a few more, this time with the CV 75/2.5 Heliar, Acros souped in Xtol 1:3





embrace the "bohhhke"

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I am not worthy, Master
Old 11-19-2007   #86
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Cool I am not worthy, Master

But I don't let little things like that stop me.

A "first" photo with hardware I accumulated in 2007.

Pacemaker Speed Graphic | Voigtlander & Sohn Collinear II, No. 4, 7 7/8 in. | 1:5.4 | Polatoid 667

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I thought I had already posted here, but it doesn't seem so. Not new pics, but certainly on topic.

Canon 50 1.2 at 1.2 (UC400)


Canon 50 1.2 at 1.2 (UC400 - channel mix for BW conversion)
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Old 11-21-2007   #89
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Still love this thread. Another from my gallery - M8 CV50/1.5 wide ohhhpen.



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Old 11-27-2007   #91
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Nokton 50 wide open ...
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Mackinaw, what a great pic. That guy is really into his music, no?
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Glen Clova Hotel, Scotland

Lovely OOF areas in the last few pictures.

Pictures below taken of some friends in the Bar of the Glen Clova Hotel, Scotland, before a day in the mountains. Both taken with Leica MP, ZM C Sonnar 50mm at f1.5 using Ilford Delta 400 film. I still think a faster film with a greater depth of field would have been a better choice.

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MAN! Does anyone else think this thread is pulling some of the best photos on the site? Inspiring is right! Here's a couple more of my modest efforts:


Hexar RF, Canon 50mm @ f0.95, Fortepan 400


Contax G1, Zeiss 45mm Planar @ f2.0, Ilford Delta 100

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These are really nice - particularly on black and white film!

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