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Old 01-25-2010   #76
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M2 :: 50/1.4 asph :: Delta 100 :: Xtol+Rodinal



M6 :: 50/1.4 asph :: PanF+ :: Xtol+Rodinal

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Old 01-25-2010   #77
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Robert,

two beautiful shots!

That diagonal of light...How did you invent that thing?!

and the second one is really nice too...

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M2 :: 50/1.4 asph :: Delta 100 :: Xtol+Rodinal



M6 :: 50/1.4 asph :: PanF+ :: Xtol+Rodinal

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Old 01-25-2010   #78
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MP3 / 50/1. ASPH / 022 filter / FP4+ in ID-11 1:1
Nice!

That looks familiar. Mine was shot in 06 on a 35 Cron / Asph, Kodachrome 64:

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1111/...26e41286_o.jpg

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My LHSA black paint 50 aspheric lives near permanently on the black M3 in my avatar, all on Kodachrome 64...
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More from the same, a wonderful lens. I call the middle one the Big Apple, about once hour after New Years in Times Square, the light is incredible there.
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Nice!

That looks familiar. Mine was shot in 06 on a 35 Cron / Asph, Kodachrome 64:

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1111/...26e41286_o.jpg
Which would make it the 3rd, I have seen in a short while ;-)

Steve Huff has uploaded a similar portrait of his wife (gesture and webbing) on his site, when I visited a few month ago.

It was so similar, I first thought this effect has been achieved by some kind of art filter in photoshop.

My apologies to the three photographers then for such a thought.
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My LHSA black paint 50 aspheric lives near permanently on the black M3 in my avatar, all on Kodachrome 64...
Love the first one!

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More from the same, a wonderful lens. I call the middle one the Big Apple, about once hour after New Years in Times Square, the light is incredible there.
These colors are absolutely crazy!

I hope, I never get to try out chromes, as I could get hooked still before it is not available anymore
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Robert,

two beautiful shots!

That diagonal of light...How did you invent that thing?!

and the second one is really nice too...
+1. I love that first one too!

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50 f1.4 ASPH

This was with M8 in very low light - 640ISO



And this was another kind of problem.


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David, I let YiQian do the processing. I got a second hand R-D1 some some days ago and this little camera really hooked me ;-)

I envy you on the Coolscan. Where did you buy it in Shanghai?

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EPSON R-D1, Leica 50mm Summilux M ASPH, ISO 1600, monochrome JPG
Sorry for the delayed reply. I had a trip in Europe during the end of 2009.It was so cold in north Germany so I flied to Czech ,Italy and Switzerland. I didn't take my 50/1.4A but 8-element for the light weight and small size.

I bought the 5000ED also by second hand from a Shanghai photographer with a low price. And I am always waiting for a sutiable Digital Leica M. R-D1 is a good choice which I had borrowed from my friend for a short period ,the color is impressive. You got nice photo! Why is it so clean in ISO1600!?

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From my weekend trip to Madrid, all shot on my M6 with Ilford XP2 Super (already love that film). During the day I shot at iso 200 to reduce some of the contrast.:





The light was so intense that weekend that I shot almost everything at f/11 in the sun and f/5.6 in the shade.
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Here is my 50 mm lux with tri-X:

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So much for inserting the picture...
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Old 02-26-2010   #97
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There is no apsh 50 by name. There is a 50 Summilux which Leica says is APO, that is not in the name either.

In any case, it is the sharpest 50 i have ever used. Nothing else is close.

Downside is cost and weight, both high.
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Downside is cost and weight, both high.
In my opinnion the only downside is that you can't get the d*** lens anywhere... I made an order last year but still don't have it.
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In my opinnion the only downside is that you can't get the d*** lens anywhere... I made an order last year but still don't have it.
I agree, I've never seen one in Sydney.
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There is no apsh 50 by name. There is a 50 Summilux which Leica says is APO, that is not in the name either.


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