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Old 09-13-2010   #41
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I took my Bessa and Nokton to a Tea Party rally as a form of local safari. Fomapan 100 in Rodinal 1+50.





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Old 09-23-2010   #43
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Morca007, great Americana feel to your images.
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Wow. A very strong picture. Great use of the focal length, too: It has a 35mm sort of "being-in-the-scene"-feel, and yet it has the more concentrated look of the 50mm. Congrats!
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In what court jurisdiction are you allowed to photograph inside the court room? Is this an actual court in session or a ceremonial event?
They said that as long as bokeh looks good - I can photograph everything.

Ok, Ok, kidding. This was a Citizenship ceremony and photography was allowed.

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I stopped using & then sold my LTM version a while ago before recently reacquiring it in Nikon RF mount, so most of my Nokton photos on flickr are pretty old.



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I've bought & sold a lot of glass, but never had any reason or desire to get rid of this 50 since it came out.
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wonderful shots! I love the lighting, colours and tones. out of curiosity, which film did you use?
Thanks I really like these two. First shot (staircase) was in Naples, Fuji Sensia 100. Second one (boy) was in downtown Săo Paulo, probably Fuji Superia 400. No filters used.
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Just started using this lens... it's quite wonderful as some of the images here surely show.
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Old Revere Sugar Factory in Red Hook.. CV 50mm Nokton.
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Helen and Simon - fantastic images regardless of lens. Great stuff. :-)
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I'm always in awe of photos of NYC steam...then I remember it's an open sewer

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I'm always in awe of photos of NYC steam...then I remember it's an open sewer

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Just to set the record straight, the steam is produced by Con Edison in generating plants and provides heat, hot water, and cooling to about 2000 of manhattan's buildings including the Empire State, Chrysler, Rockefeller Center, and Grand Central Station. It is environmentally friendly and energy efficient. The Gowanus Canal is another story.
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Just to set the record straight, the steam is produced by Con Edison in generating plants and provides heat, hot water, and cooling to about 2000 of manhattan's buildings including the Empire State, Chrysler, Rockefeller Center, and Grand Central Station. It is environmentally friendly and energy efficient. The Gowanus Canal is another story.
WOW! Just schooled me, I though it was warm human waste meeting with brisk winter air creating these steam clouds. I guess something else will have to account for the smell in NYC.

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Some wonderful b/w on this page. Tipton, I love your final image (and the preceding, very cinematic but still intimate, shot). The Nokton rocks b/w!
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I just snagged one of these for a pretty good price locally. Now I just need an adapter so I can mount it on the R2 that I have in the mail!
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Sorry, not terribly exciting, but I was testing this lens out as it's new to me.

This was wide open on Ilford XP2


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Prague, Charles Bridge. Wide open, Portra 400, Leica III.

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Here's one from me with my R2 and the Nokton on ERA 100


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Nice! I think that lens (and camera) suits you. How do you like ERA 100?
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I recently bought one of these lenses and still have yet to test shoot it, I will sometime this weekend......

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Nice! I think that lens (and camera) suits you. How do you like ERA 100?
I'm quite enjoying the combo, but I typically leave the Skopar 35 on the camera more often. How have you been getting along with Godzilla? Heh.

The ERA film is very interesting, I find that it will often have very high contrast if I'm using the Skopar, but it's quite pleasant with the Nokton. Or I just have to be sure to stay out of harsh light

I'm still getting used to focusing the Nokton wide open. I've got the Skopar down (which isn't that difficult) but some of my wide open frames with the Nokton are very clearly focused behind what I intended. Just need more practice I suppose!

I've got plenty more frames to share as I just scanned in 4 rolls of film
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Very nice subject

I recently bought one of these lenses and still have yet to test shoot it, I will sometime this weekend......

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You should try it out Tom! I really am quite fond of the lens (Not to mention the fact that it bears a striking resemblance to the MP-3's LHSA Summilux )
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You should try it out Tom! I really am quite fond of the lens (Not to mention the fact that it bears a striking resemblance to the MP-3's LHSA Summilux )
Abram,

That's one of the reasons I invested in one.....(see below)



On my LHSA TTL 0.85 M6 BP - it's the "Poor Man's BP Summilux.

I think the two will also make a good shooting pair as well as looking good together......

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Yeah! That's a beauty!

I like it on my R2, but I know someday I'll replace the R2 with an M.
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