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Old 07-25-2009   #41
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Shot with my MP, 50/1.4 lux (pre-asph), and TMZ 3200.





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Our cancer-survivor, three-legged greyhound, Zoomer (aka: Captain Z).

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all taken with 50mm preasph lux




Those absolutely blow my mind - wow!

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Gate, Gate, Paragate - Jeanne a condition of complete simplicity

A death portrait

Equipment: Leica M8, Leica 50mm F1.0 Noctilux

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Gate, Gate, Paragate - Jeanne a condition of complete simplicity

A death portrait

Equipment: Leica M8, Leica 50mm F1.0 Noctilux

Great photo but we are looking for 50mm Summilux pre-asph shots...
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Ah but the title of the thread says just 50mm and Pre-Asph. The Nocti is both of those.

A well formed title would be 50mm Summilux and Pre-Asph.

Thank for the complement and take this reply in the good humor it was given.
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I was out shooting different situations at f1.4 just to see how it looks, some shots I really like but about this one I'm not sure. Intense to say the least, printed in a1 and combined with some pot it might make me have to sit down.

This thread though, also the 35mm pre-ASPH and the Nocti-thread are the reasons I come here.

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Ah but the title of the thread says just 50mm and Pre-Asph. The Nocti is both of those.

A well formed title would be 50mm Summilux and Pre-Asph.

Thank for the complement and take this reply in the good humor it was given.

You are correct sir! And clearly the only bright one among us to recognize my poorly worded request!
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I certainly enjoy shooting color with this lens!
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great photos!
hey, thanks. that i cut off the elbows bugs me - always needing to remind myself to angle down a bit when shooting 50's on the M6. my subtext aside, the 50 lux pre-asph was my first RF lens (really my first film lens) and i'm forever indebted to its magnificence...
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Part of a series I might upload later this week, not sure if there's enough material.

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Stop posting 50mm preasph pictures guys, now i want one !
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All the following were shot with M6 + 50mm summilux pre ASPH (version with separate hood)

Cherry St Massacre



Hotdogs on a hot day



The Living Statue



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closest focusing distance (0.7m) and wide open:
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Leica M8, slightly cropped.




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Nick, nice portraits - the RD1 examples in particular. Were those stopped down a bit on the Lux?
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Nick, nice portraits - the RD1 examples in particular. Were those stopped down a bit on the Lux?

Middle one definitely stopped down - shaded patio on a bright day.

First and last one wide open, I think.
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Excellent portraits from everyone !!

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