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Old 08-30-2010   #1
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W/NW You & Your Camera (non-self portraits)

Shot by someone else. . . (thank you Brian)


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and here's the proof...

on cape cod, last xmas....
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me, with my M3 and zeiss-opton 50/1.5 with amedeo adapter

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aw Joe, you've got all of us. one of us can take a nice portrait of you.
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By my most wonderful friend Tom Gilson. One of the few people who I can trust to give brutally honest criticism of my work.



This is this past summer on a great day out in Ellenville NY. I never realized how small Ms looked till I saw this.

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Taken by Sug (hope you don't mind the ref to your flickr account)... Thanks !

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I have more photos of my cameras than me (my eyes are up here!), but here I am hiding behind a ZI Contax IIa w/Zeiss-Opton 35/2.8 Biogon, taken by my friend Brett ("Leica0Series" here on RFF):



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Courtesy of Kevin (kzphoto). Hanging out at Fort Point, San Francisco, moments after one of our own dropped his M3 about 5 feet onto cement. Cooooold and windy February day.

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Old 10-04-2010   #16
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Well, not with camera (M6 is in my jacket); but with tripod, at least. Photo by Zot, with her trusty, weatherproof Yaschica T5.

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I have more photos of my cameras than me (my eyes are up here!), but here I am hiding behind a ZI Contax IIa w/Zeiss-Opton 35/2.8 Biogon, taken by my friend Brett ("Leica0Series" here on RFF):



http://www.flickr.com/photos/brettdavis/2850027408/

And me w/a Leotax T2L w/Voigtlander 50/1.5 Nokton (original, not Cosina), taken by my friend Josh @ an art & fashion event:



http://www.wornmagazine.com/2010/06/...its-polaroids/
I had a Voigtlander Prominent with the 50/1.5 Nokton.... Great lens and plenty of sharpness, Did not know it was made in a LTM variation...
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Mine is bigger than yours!

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My son took with a MF lens on my K20D
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My favorite picture of me, for a variety of reasons. Taken by my daughter (9 at the time) with a R-D1 & 50/1.4 asph wide open . The lump on the right side of my neck is a swollen lymph node diagnosed as lymphoma the following day.

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Yes, Voigtlander made a few in LTM (Mr. Gandy's article here: http://www.cameraquest.com/vgtnok.htm) as well as in Contax RF mount as a side business. I believe the ones in Contax mount are rarer & were made after Zeiss Ikon acquired Voigtlander in '56 but towards the end of Contax production ('60-61?). The prototypes of the "Contax IV," never put into production because ZI dropped the Contax in favor of the Contarex, sported Noktons as the standard lens (the Nokton being considered to be an easier-to-produce replacement for the Sonnar).

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That's just me trying to squint through the external finder. Here's me (again courtesy of maddoc) with my nose looking more "normal"

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