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Old 12-12-2008   #51
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Fabulous Thread!

Absorbed in his Times Grandpa is 90 years older than granddaughter who shares the portrait.

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Old 12-12-2008   #52
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Seems like a lot of different styles have been posted here. And here are a couple more portraits shot with a leica m6 and a 28mm lens.
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And one more shot with a M8 and a 21mm lens.
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Old 12-12-2008   #53
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Portraits aren't just the territory of the M and associated lenses ... this was with my Bronica RF645 and 100mm Zenzanon.

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Old 12-13-2008   #54
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Leica MP, Summilux 50mm/f1.4, Fuji Pro400H

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I think this is one of the most enjoyable threads i've seen in a while....
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M3 50 Rigid Summicron. My 92 year old Great Grandmom.

This one really captures a sense of longevity and growing old gracefully.
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Old 12-13-2008   #60
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Lots of fun!
These with Nikon S3, 28mm Color Skopar
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Old 12-13-2008   #63
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This pair with M8 and 50mm Planar
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indeed lots of fun an nice shots!
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I just discovered this thread. Wonderful portraits above. Here are a couple of mine taken w/ a Leica M2. This one -- Canon 50/1.8, Kodak BW400cn:



This one -- coated elmar 50/3.5, XP2:

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Old 12-13-2008   #67
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M6TTL, 50 Hex, TriX, Xtol


M6TTL, 50 Hex, TriX, Xtol


M6TTL, 50 Hex, Adox 50, Diafine


Hexar RF, CV 35 1.4 SC, Adox CHS 100 Art, Xtol


M6TTL, 50 Hex, FP4, Rodinal Stand

This thread reminds me of an argument I once got into over at photo.net about the difference between portraits and 'happy snaps of people,' as the opposition put it. I've never taken very seriously the notion that portraits only happen in the studio, with controlled backgrounds, long lenses etc etc etc. A bit of light and an expression are about all you really need.
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I agree w/ Matt (fabulous portraits, btw). M2, Rokkor-M 40/2, Kodak BW400cn:



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My father. MP, 90/2 Summicron III and Tri-X

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M6TTL, 50 Hex, TriX, Xtol
Matt, quite like that one, nice composition and tones in it
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Summilux 50 Asph., HP5+ 400




Summilux 35 Asph., HP5+ 400





Summarit 50 f/1.5, Neopan 1600

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MP. 50 lux asph at 1.4

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35 biogon, tri-x


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A friend of mine asked me to take some photos for a web site he's building to promote his music. We got together this morning for a couple hours. Here are some that I like.



M8, 35 UC hexanon



M8, 35 UC hexanon



M8, Jupiter 8

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