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W/NW - Portraits - wide open with 'lux (35/50/75)
Old 12-27-2006   #1
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W/NW - Portraits - wide open with 'lux (35/50/75)

post them if you have them...
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Old 12-27-2006   #2
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Summilux 75mm wide open. Tri-X in Rodinal

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Old 12-28-2006   #3
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MP with 75 Summilux, wide open. Efke 25 in Rodinal.
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This is a crop and resized image shot from about 7 - 8 ft. 75 Summilux @ 1.4 Ilford XP2 Super
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Are Summarits (F1.5) wide open allowed?
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Another cropped and resized image. 75 Summilux @ 1.4 Ilford XP2 Super
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I am posting one more image to show the 75 Summilux a couple of stops down (no ND filter) - probably F2.8 - F4, shot outdoors in very contrasty light. Thi is the full image, and is unmanipulated just to show the capabilities of this lens. The previous 2 photos in this thread were wide open and from longer distances, although cropped and resized. Again, Ilford XP2 Super.
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Instead of the human portrait I posted in the photo.net thread, I'll go w/a dog:



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I think this was wide open with the 50 lux, delta 3200.

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1.4/50 Summilux-M @ f1.4 (last pre-ASPH)

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Here is one with the 75mm, [email protected], Delta 400

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And another, f1.4 125, same film

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75 lux at 1.4 ... since sold
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Quote:
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Are Summarits (F1.5) wide open allowed?
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why not? i sold mine earlier this year and need to be reminded i shouldn't have.
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