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I really like this one John, its clean and simple and yet there's something about it that I can't stop looking at.
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Good observation, Erik. Fits right in. I'd say the answer is, "Pretty far." Relatively effortless filmless film.

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How far did we get?

Leica I model C (1931), Elmar 35mm f/3.5 thick cam (1932), 400-2TMY.

Shot in May 2017.

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How far did we get?

Leica I model C (1931), Elmar 35mm f/3.5 thick cam (1932), 400-2TMY.

Shot in May 2017.

Erik.

Very nice Erik, I think the Monochrom is about going back to the future, or maybe forging a new past! Without factoring in for inflation on price of gear
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....I enjoyed your series sdotkling and hadn't seen your posts here before. Then scrolling saw that same image by shiro_kuro that you later would pick out of the boy framed! I also was really struck by that one)
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Thanks, David. I've only recently jumped to my first digital Leica, after many years of either shooting film in my vintage Ms, or hating every digital camera I ever bought before. My M9M is so close in feel to my film cameras, that I can admit that m-a-y-b-e I can live without a darkroom someday. (Or at least save it for the Medium format stuff.)
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Thanks, David. I've only recently jumped to my first digital Leica, after many years of either shooting film in my vintage Ms, or hating every digital camera I ever bought before. My M9M is so close in feel to my film cameras, that I can admit that m-a-y-b-e I can live without a darkroom someday. (Or at least save it for the Medium format stuff.)
It took me a while to come round but I did. And M9 MM great cameras. Once you get immersed in digital, and want a smallish camera for color, try the X100S T or F!

I am enjoying film again but limit my processing now to film, and when I can get to it. I send the color film out.
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