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Old 06-10-2013   #1
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Didn´t find a theme like that. Somebody interested in?
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Five a Second. Chicago's Bell & Howell Co. (cameras) announced that it would put on sale this fall the world's most expensive still camera. Its "Foton" will take five 35-mm. pictures a second, sell for $700. Bell & Howell, which has found that "families of both low and high incomes now spend over $550" for movie equipment, hopes to sell 20,000 Fotons a year.

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Old 08-26-2013   #11
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One of the first shots with my M240, definitely a new way of shooting to dslr but its quite enjoyable.

I really dig the concert shots, i couldn't imagine they would be easy to shot in so little light but the colours are awesome.
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Thanks, but most of my M (240) shots have been in good/decent, by club standards, lighting. Fortunately for photographers/videographers, the advent of cheaper LED lighting means that even small clubs are now improving their light setups (or bands themselves can bring their own lighting), so shows lit by just a few incandescent spots w/red gels (the worst!) are getting to be a rarity.

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lighting aside, i find your work very compelling. were i in a band, id hire you in a nanosecond.
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Thanks. Sadly, it seems all the bands that would be willing to pay me, i.e., those made up of my friends, have no money. Still waiting for 1 of them to hit the big time so that I can have my photographic "Almost Famous" experience.

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Old 08-30-2013   #15
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Here is one from a month back. Greece, near Thassos 06 AM

Summilux 35 FLE, Leica M, iso 1600

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Old 08-30-2013   #16
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Another one from the same all-night fishing trip.

This one at 1/4 sec. Liveview is immensely useful in these conditions, IMHO

The sailor (Youfzef) was calling home, around midnight, in Egypt, as they celebrated Ramadan at this time.

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And the last one, also at ISO 1600, Leica M, Summilux 35 FLE.

The boy was driving the horses home at dusk somewhere in a remote village in Transylvania, Romania

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First time out with M(240)
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First time out with M(240)

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A recent one I thought turned out ok; M 240, Summicron C 40mm, and some work in Color Efex Pro:

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Another one from the same all-night fishing trip.

This one at 1/4 sec. Liveview is immensely useful in these conditions, IMHO

The sailor (Youfzef) was calling home, around midnight, in Egypt, as they celebrated Ramadan at this time.

Wow! Lit by moonlight and cellphone only! I'm impressed that 1/4 came out so sharp. Love this shot.
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Great use of Silver/Color Efex, bideford and jpfisher. Maybe I should try that as well.
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Taken w/ 50 'Lux Asph
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Great pics!

Love the b&w.
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A normal day here in Tromsø, north of Norway.


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Nice one, Alf.

Very different from your sunny Rome pictures.
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Winter street fashions in Reykjavik
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Winter street fashions in Reykjavik

Winter street fashions in Reykjavik.


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Again, M worked without flaws in snow, rain and temperatures down to minus 12 C. But I got a bit grumpy about the missing ISO functionality of the M. Have you tried to adjust ISO wearing gloves or mittens?

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I love the color on this shot!
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I agree, beautiful colors Alf - dette kan du!
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M 240 with Nikon 50mm Millennium Nikkor-S and Amedeo Nikkor-S to Leica M adapter:

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The Christmas feel in my hometown Tromsø (with myself). Enjoy Christmas whether you celebrate or not :


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Street_Iceland_01 by fotoalf, on Flickr

Again, M worked without flaws in snow, rain and temperatures down to minus 12 C. But I got a bit grumpy about the missing ISO functionality of the M. Have you tried to adjust ISO wearing gloves or mittens?

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The Christmas feel in my hometown Tromsø (with myself). Enjoy Christmas whether you celebrate or not :


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Whew, love the shots here! The WB seems better, did the new firmware version improve it?

Have a blessed Christmas everyone. Godspeed. Keep clickin'...
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Whew, love the shots here! The WB seems better, did the new firmware version improve it?

Have a blessed Christmas everyone. Godspeed. Keep clickin'...
Thanks, and I wish a great Christmas time for everyone ,

In fact I don't remember if its the same FW. I shot raw, and cannot say that I remember WB to be better (or worse). The WB is allways a big issue in winterscapes with added city light, and I always need some post tweaking to get it how I want it; a bit exaggerated colors, and snow a bit on the colder side .
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I think the compliments for the lovely colors should go to Alf more than the new firmware. Especially in that first shot he brings out some very nice colors.
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Sorry for the double post folks, just getting my head aound posting photos here


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