Old 08-11-2017   #81
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Thank you, Pepe!

I guess this second shot was underexposed. The M3 has no lightmeter, so it is always good, when using a normal b+w film, to overexpose a few stops in situations like this. Most films show a finer grain when they are overexposed.

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Old 08-17-2017   #82
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Old 08-17-2017   #83
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Old 09-19-2017   #89
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Old 09-29-2017   #90
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Brendan, like a lot the second! I had in the past the planar and it was an amazing lens! Maybe I will buy another one for my M5...
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Old 11-02-2017   #95
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Hello, please allow me to add an own M3 picture of the Giant Ferris Wheel at the Prater in Vienna (directly after sunset).

Taken with a Summaron 3.5/35 and Kodak Gold 200.

Maybe you know this wheel by remembering the "Third Man" movie or one of the James Bonds of the 1990s.

I really love my old, patient M3 and NEVER get tired of having it in my pocket. It is so much joy shooting film and even with an old glass so very much rewarding. Totally different from digital, and for me the best way to enjoy photography.

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From a recent morning stroll in Tel Aviv. I think this was the first time I have shot without the leicameter on the M3...
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Old 11-03-2017   #100
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Love this picture, and "The third man"
Interesting that it still exists, the wheel.

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Taken with a Summaron 3.5/35 and Kodak Gold 200.

Maybe you know this wheel by remembering the "Third Man" movie or one of the James Bonds of the 1990s.

I really love my old, patient M3 and NEVER get tired of having it in my pocket. It is so much joy shooting film and even with an old glass so very much rewarding. Totally different from digital, and for me the best way to enjoy photography.

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The wheel is spinning around since 120 years now! And there is no end in sight!
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Old 11-08-2017   #102
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Old 11-08-2017   #103
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Old 11-29-2017   #104
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The 50mm is my favourite lens. It brings discipline to your photo language. It´s subtle and introspective. It´s hard to work with and it tells.
It was the lens i learned to take pics with and i still get back to it. I prefer a 55mm to a 50mm... it´s a slight difference but it´s big enough for me.

The 55mm micro nikkor was my first 55.. then i got a 60mm micro nikkor although the 50/1.8 is solid as well... but i much prefer a 55 or 60.
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Thank you, Colker and Flavio. I only work with 50mm and 35mm.

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