Old 12-14-2008   #81
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Old 12-14-2008   #82
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My niece's birthday. M4-P + Summar + Kodak BW400CN.
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Old 12-14-2008   #83
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M4- DR summicron /neopan 1600... C'est Moi
M2- 50 pre asph Lux /neopan 1600... Eric
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Old 12-14-2008   #84
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I have shown these before.
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Old 12-14-2008   #85
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What a wonderful thread! Plenty of Leica glow here, that's for sure.

Below, three very different looks:

1. M2 + nikkor-P 8.5cm/2
2. M2 + summicron 50mm/2
3. R-D1 + summicron 50mm/2
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portrait X 2 with m-Hexanon 50/2:

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Old 12-14-2008   #90
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and another one, but this time with 21mm/2.8 lens:

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A few older ones from my RD-1.



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I resisted this thread for a bit as I thought it might be quite a short one but boy, there's such good stuff here.

90mm lens for me every time for portraits (on an M4) and natural light.
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Here is mine. Leica M3, Leica 50mm f2 Summicron DR and Ilford HP5+ rated 400:


And not exactly a portrait, rather travel photo from India that I would like to show you. Same camera and lens, shot on Fuji Neopan 400:
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Just ADORE this thread...Quite FAB ..all the shots
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I love these 2. what lens pls?
Both with 28mm Hexanon.
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maelswarm, that girl is amazingly beautiful! really =)

(resizing her pictures a little wouldn't harm this thread though )
Yep ... 4000 x 948 is a bit tricky to view on one monitor!
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Old 12-16-2008   #103
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Nice strip shots there (although a bit wiiiiiiiiiide!) I can't believe you can take indoor pics with 160 ISO!
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maelswarm, like your 27A - good looking photographer...
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Honus, the image of the hands really tells a story. Very nice image and different type of "portrait."
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amoz, I think you need a lens with more reach to get closer.

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What an excellent thread......

Leica m6ttl 28mm elmarit....tri-x

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Very strong image, Michael, and wonderful tonality!
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Easily one of my favourite threads here at the moment.

When I'm feeling better I hppe to pick up some 400NC to shoot over the Xmas period with the M2, very excited about doing so.

Also, whilst 35mm seems to come in for a beating from the medium/large format purists, and seems to get knocked by some digital fashionistas -- it constantly enraptures me with its tones and even scanned it looks lovely to me. To me, grain belongs on a photo, not too overbearing, but some there -- it's wonderful.

And whilst the images on the top of page 6 are large and very wide, there is something wonderful about seeing a scanned strip of 35mm negatives in sequence (actually this applies to 120/220 as well) -- it really tells a story and that to me is wonderful to look at, especially when the quality of the portraits shared here is so high.

Delightful and thank you for everybody who has shared some shots here, I will too soon!
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Here is a different one:

Full diapers, I guess ?



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This was the best 2.5 hours i have seen in a while.
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