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Old 06-28-2006   #42
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Some cool shots, guys. Here is the latest one I took - taking a break during moving.

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Old 06-28-2006   #43
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Very cool, Tuna! It looks like you're about 1/2 moved out already. With which camera did you achieve the double exposure? (It's not so easy with a Leica M. It's one advantage of a screw mount Leica.)
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Very cool, Tuna! It looks like you're about 1/2 moved out already. With which camera did you achieve the double exposure? (It's not so easy with a Leica M. It's one advantage of a screw mount Leica.)
Thanks, Frank - actually the MP with a Voigtlander 35/1.7 Ultron attached. This is an approximately 20 second exposure where I quickly stepped into the shot and sat for about 7-8 seconds, then quickly stepped out. I recently realized that the Bulb setting is able to do more than just save my battery from accidental drainage...

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Well done, Tuna! I've always wanted to use this technique with a (female) model in an abandoned house. That would be cool too.
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Ok, I'll bite..

This one is not so much about the outside.. more about personality.. sheepish..
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The red kitchen isn't red any more. I'm a year older now, and a year happier. Taken - duuuuh - with my Canon G3. I still used it then. I hadn't discovered here yet.
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Old 06-30-2006   #49
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Hi Lynn -- Shots like yours are valuable in recording what it was like at the time... you and your red kitchen and your Canon! I have a G3 myself which I use only for documenting property maintenance and snapping other cameras for upload here; I generally find the modal controls confusing. I see barrel distortion here so I guess you must have had the zoom cranked out to the widest setting...
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sorry not to have a more recent one, this is from when I still had short hair.
That's a great portrait, now will you turn aropund and show your face as well.
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Old 07-05-2006   #52
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Unfortunately that is me in those photos.
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Old 07-23-2006   #55
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Old 07-24-2006   #56
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nico, I thought your self portrait is in the Avatar!

here is mine taken at 1/15th with a borrowed isolette.
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@ Lubitel,
no, it is a portrait of a friend of mine playing on the beach at sunset (I'm too lazy for those kind of jump).
This is my self portrait (i'm the one on the background... )
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Ray, I like that one, the heavy shadow imposed on the wavering reeds, and the tones of the water sinking to impenetrable depth...
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I like this kind of self portrait à la HCB.
Here my attempt.
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I think I already posted this to some other self-portrait thread.


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Very nice, Melanie. That is a classy self portrait/mirror shot!
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Melanie: your self-portrait reminds me of a Hollies song. Except the dress isn't black.

Trés elegant.


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Well, it wasn't really intended to be a self portrait, but it'll do. That's me tapping the still.
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I don't take many self portraits, but the flowers inspired me.
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Finally found two to post: the first is from 1965, Ricoh 519M. The second from October, 1970, Leica IIIf, Nikkor 50/2. No selftimer, so I locked the shutter open for several seconds at f/16. (I may have been going through an identity crisis in October, 1970 )
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You can me in the frame, but no details...

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Pretty neat, Kirk! I like that disjointed reflection. Nice tonality too.
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All of these were taken this summer, oh and there's one in my gallery...Here it is

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