> 50/1.4 Lux vs. 50/1.5 ZM Sonnar vs. 40/1.4 CV Nokton
the 40 CV Nokton was one of the three first lenses for my M8
since getting the 50 Summilux, I still use the little 40,...
They are indeed beatiful in their own stately way. Your BW brings out the best in each of these trunks. The last image is very touching, a sensitive and subtle way to mark...
always enjoy seeing photographs from cities I love
when I was in London last, the Poor School wasn't yet
I don't think we had access to Modelo either, though I do remember seeing corkscrew bamboo...
and your photograph forwards the poem
thanks for sharing it
exquisite water reflections, particularly the first
could be a postcard sold in Kenmore Square
with this orchid
larger version available at link at end of this post
M9 Leitz Elmarit 135 mm f2.8 Viso & bellows
M9 don't do close ups without the Viso
to see a much larger version follow this...
in the last one the stop sign gets too much attention imho...:-) can u remove it? to see the effect
particularly given the date it was taken
the last being...
the last one is a corker!
so nice to see it big, but I don't trust DPR color handling, though this may be an old prejudice
Thanks and if i had more time to play i would lighten up her face a little more in LR...
I grew up in Philadelphia & know these sights well, attending school just a short walk from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, where the crashed plane was exhibited
my Mom came from North...
first I have seen such posted together
your samples fulfill my personal first directive for good photography
the subject must be interesting
these are & you photographed them well, Tony
love nocturnals in color
takes a bit of processing legerdemain, but worth it
the second is also my favorite
the M240 seems very capable in the night, but your first offering has way more banding in...
Brief Encounter wrote:
Great set, very nicely done
Do you know the reason for the coverings? Is it ornamental or practical?
are very romantic
covering a wooden bridge also extends its life
and wonderful details in the shadows
you & your new camera seem to getting on well
can be daunting, but should be fun as well
from your early outing with it, I suspect it will give you much joy
love seeing that sweet Fujifilm color
I wonder it will look even better in B/W....
the color is so nice, I think much would be lost
the flare adds interest to this & seems lovely to my eye
it makes your photograph...
well executed & realized
the backlighting & colors combine with the outstanding details to make a dramatic dusk photograph
I love the contrails :-)
magnificent composition that intrigues on many levels
pithy commentary on modern life
each time I look at this I see something new that delights
the Suit Supply sign reflection appears to be...
I thought you had gotten the new M
lovely use of narrow DOF & always great seeing an interesting subject
meagre offerings wrote:
nice shot bart, i hope you took them home, dried them out and are...
Hi all, one quick question:
With a fast lens (say f/1.4) -- you can use the rangefinder to focus on an eye?
in low light, I find rangefinders superior, providing you have good...
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