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Old 07-06-2014   #301
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Old 08-13-2014   #306
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amazing photos Henry, congratulations and thank you for showing

some of mine, taken also with rangefinder lenses, a bit more humble ones, from 15mm to 135mm

Wide Heliar 4.5/15:



Snapshot Skopar 4/25:



Canon LTM 1.8/35:



M-Rokkor 2/40:



an unusual one, Pen-F halfframe lens 1.4/40, I had converted to Leica M:



Leica LTM 1.8/50:



Canon LTM 1.4/50:



M-Rokkor 4/90:



Canon LTM 3.5/135:



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Nice set.. I really like the two guys on the train in front of the doors..and the last shot.

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Nice set.. I really like the two guys on the train in front of the doors..and the last shot.

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thank you very much Gerry, very kind!

I am a bit of a lens junky and own quite a few. At my flickr I have albums set up one each for a particular lens, linked in my sig

Wide angles perform particularily well on the GXR M, onather with the 15mm Heliar:



again with a Olympus halframe lens that I had converted to Leica M, Pen-F 3.5/20 that focuses down to 20 cm



Skopar 4/25mm:



the converted Pen-F 1.8/38


"I want to retired being exotic"

another with the M-Rokkor 2/40:



S-Topcor 2/5cm:



and a Heliar 2.5/75



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Nice.. I really like the first three.. The field of flowers and forest especially.

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thank you very much Andy, good to see you at this great place, happy to be here!
thank you Gary, really liking the 20mm Pen-F, that took the daisies

a photographers shop, owned since 3, or was it 4, generations, in Kathmandu, Nepal. Selling amazing old prints of his grand or grand grandfather seen behind him on the wall , there was one that showed how the first car was carried, attached to poles, over mountains into the Kathmandu valley
taken with the 15mm Heliar:



more from around Kathmandu ( as was the very first of my first post, the two kids on the road, and the poor street / beggar girl ) this one with 25mm Skopar



and for a change one with a SLR lens, a tiny OM lenses, the 2.8/100:



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That is a wonderful portrait, Truefriendship.
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Stunning shots here that have wonderful colours and emotions. I need to do more with my GXR...





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me too I like the colors the GXR M produces

more with the 15mm Heliar, that works so well on the M module:





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and increasingly longer lenses,

first with a Pen-F Zuiko 4/25mm that I had converted to Leica M, wide open at it's 25cm close focus distance



Canon LTM 1.8/35



S-Topcor 2/5cm



M-Rokkor 4/90

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GXR A12 pix with Zeiss 21mm C Biogon

This combination really worked for me - the stunning detail of the sensor perfectly suited to the lens...

Mixed feelings, my two GXR/A12M/EVF 2 cameras now on ebay to fund the next stage...

http://www.scenae.co.uk/landsc_web/c...915_large.html
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Wonderful website, Piers.

What "next stage" initiated the mixed-feeling sale? Just curious...
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And you're selling it despite such a shot as this? ;-)
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And you're selling it despite such a shot as this? ;-)
Afraid I am indeed... What's worse, I'm also selling the lens!

Truth is I'm not taking it along regularly enough to justify keeping it. OTOH, I'm firm on the price, I've had it up for trade here but no responses so both lens and camera set on sale on an NL vending site now.
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Wonderful website, Piers.

What "next stage" initiated the mixed-feeling sale? Just curious...
Thank you for your kind comment, Robert. Your site too is fascinating - I have always believed that photography is capable of being the most "poetic" visual art form - provoking memories, reflections and associations. So it is inspiring to see someone able to work across the visual and verbal fields.

So your question - I have a "need" to travel light and a guilt about accumulating materials that I will hardly use; my other photographic life is available-light documentation for live arts - for this the Fuji's are so way ahead, and in them, now, there is the capability of being the travel/landscape camera too.

In particular, the x100 gets me closest to the past experience of traveling with the Leica M6... (I was an early adopter of the Leica M8 when it first came out and hated it although I'm sure the later generations are great)
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