Fred Holzapfel

Fred Holzapfel

Lives in United States Apple Valley, United States
Works as a Retired Computer Operations Mgr
Joined on Nov 29, 2006

Fred Holzapfel's recent activity

  • Looking at your pictures of the shutter conditions I'd recommend you have this wonder reconditioned. There are a number of folks that would be able to do so and have the parts. I have a IIIC and ...
  • Raaj,  Regardless of camera, your contributions are always interesting and valued.  The wonderful innocence of the model comes through especially in the third photo.  Wonderful B & W.  thanks for ...
  • Well I figured out the toggle. It was the little yellow spot in the upper left of the box in the lower right of the screen. As I suspected I find the black back ground much easier to view and...

  • This makes me think about taking my IIIC off the shelf and running some film.   The feel of real film in B & W just does not seem to cross over to B  & W digital.   Thanks for sharing your work.
  • Good set of shots of normal street life in DC.   I like the humor of the young woman taking a 'selfie' with her phone, especially when you pull in the back ground.  Showing where she is to her ...
  • Well, Louis, I have been in many grand churches from London, Mexico City, and a number in my home country: USA.    To me, you have captured the feel of quite solitude that many miss with in such ...
  • By far, 200% or so, your version. In a book store it would catch my attention much more quickly and as an addition I'd pick it up to check it out.   The other (Publishers) does nothing for me to ...
  • Adrian is correct, in my experience with M8, M8.2 and M9P. I have an old Auto-Thrystor that may be a Minolta.   It works correctly with all my cameras and I get very reasonable exposures.  I think ...
  • Replied in Leica Q
    Well using a fairly crude ruler : About 1 inch X 1 1/14 inch X 1/16th inch with a corner cut. The same SIZE SD card as fits all the Lecia Digital equipment I have owned since an M8. Now if you are ...
  • HI.  There should be a box to type your reply in after you click on the "Reply to Message" I'm not aware of any permissions.    Try to send me a message of "Hello". . .
  • Replied in Sam
    Excellent still life.   Almost feels like a painting.   Excellent execution.
  • Replied in 007
    Good looking little depot.  Shot catches the essence of small town stations.  Feels a lot like many of the C&NW in the upper Midwest.
  • Replied in 004
    Thanks.   I am also a model railroader, as such find these topics very interesting.   To say nothing about the photo quality.   Enjoy your work.  I need to get off the mark and post some of my ...
  • Well Sam, my wife's reactions was "That's beautiful"   I agree.  What a fine composition.  Grandfather would be proud to see this.   Well composed and the light sets off the highlights that make ...
  • Replied in 004
    Still feels like it is in use.  What RR was  it in service with?
  • Choi,  Please don't apologize for a good photo.   Especially with those unique conditions.   Thanks for sharing.
  • Replied in Josh
    What a nice set of photos.  You really captured the feel of the bus.   Keep up your nice work and thanks for sharing.
  • Starting at Midnight 12/31 in each different time zones folks that own servers, web site services and all those computers that control the "lines" our data flows across begin there end of year ...
  • Replied in Fred
    No issues with timing.  Keep up the good photography and have fun in the new year.
  • Replied in Fred
    Thanks Louis.  Happy New Year.   We now have 8-10 inches of snow. . Normal MN.
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