Now for something different

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jsevidon Junior Member • Posts: 28
Now for something different

Being bored with several years of digital photography, shooting followed by hours of post processing in front of my computer, I pulled out a Leica IIIG with an Elmar f/3.5 collapsible lens, a medium yellow filter and a roll of Ilford HP5 shot at ISO 1000.

The only post processing was slight cropping, highlight/shadows brush in P.S. and noise ninja to remove the jpg artifacts from the negative scanning.

The composition is nice but not remarkable, but please note the luminous quality of the B&W image produced by an old Leica camera and lens from the 1950's-'60's. I may embark on a new adventure shooting film for a while.

(Note: The EXIF data is from the digital scanner used on the negative)

Bridges Over The Cumberland River ( Leica IIIG, f/3.5 Elmar LTM, Ilford HP5 @ ISO 1000)

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