Old 05-04-2007   #41
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r8 + r4 summicron-R 35mm
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Old 05-05-2007   #42
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Ania checking out baby clothes after a very good friend of ours gave birth to a little boy.
The label on the shirt which is in focus reads "fun", which it definitely was for Ania.

M-Hexanon 50/2.0 wide open.

The second one was taken with a Jupiter-3 bought from leon1965jazz via the bay.
No complaints about sharpness and focussing.
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There are lots of lovely photos here!

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CV 75/2.5 at the zoo today, wide open, M8. From my gallery.



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Uwe - You could cross-post the shot you put up in "Girls With Cameras" - lovely OOF in that picture. Lovely IF, too.

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John,
Actually, I hadn't noticed the bokeh in that shot before you mentioned it. But you're right - it looks quite nice.
I sold my Canon EF gear some time ago, because I got very annoyed with the German service on a digital G3 I also had at that time. So, the Tokina also went. It was quite nice, but very heavy and quite unusable wide open; therefore: no regrets!

Re. x-posting pictures: I actually like the bokeh of my J-3 in this picture much better, although the scan does not do it any justice - maybe it got oversharpened; the print, however, has a really nice dreamy feel in the OOF area with the IF area being unexpectedly sharp.
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Old 05-11-2007   #54
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John, Wayne - many thanks. This is an inspiring thread!

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MAN! Does anyone else think this thread is pulling some of the best photos on the site? Inspiring is right! Here's a couple more of my modest efforts:


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My J3 is back in action...thanks Brian!

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Wow Steve, your J-3 sure behaves outdoors (and indoors) with color!
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Rob Lloyd of The Nightingales. Olympus 35 SP @ f1.7, 1/30, Tri-X pushed to 1600 in Xtol.

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Some smaller/medium images would help load the page faster, guys, specially for those who don't have broadband connections.
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Nevertheless, that's a nice one, nkysoon.

And Ian...nice shadows!
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Hi, I'm new to this board. Did registrate some weeks ago to find some information on the Bessa R3A and the CV 40mm f1.4 I just bought...

Now for my very first post here, some older wide open shots with Nikkor 35mm f1.4 AI-S:


Nikon FA, 35mm f1.4, Tri-X


Nikon FA, 35mm f1.4, HP5


Nikon FA, 35mm f1.4, HP5


Nikon FA, 35mm f1.4, expired Delta100

I'm really looking forward to my first rangefinder photos with my new little fella, have to spend some time in the darkroom

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great pics deadsexy, welcome to the forum! Funny avatar

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well, thanks for the warm and comfortable welcome
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Cool Self-portrait?

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great pics deadsexy, welcome to the forum! Funny avatar

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you mean the second one? no, just a really good friend of mine... I'm not that sexy anyway
But I'd like to thank you as well.
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Nope.

Your avatar. Self-portrait????????????? GRINNNNNNNNNING
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oh, sorry I somehow understood this joke. it was not meant to make it less effective.

the weird thing is, I just typed "m" in the google image searchmachine in a moment of pure boredom and this picture appeared. i was kinda scared
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Found this thread while searching for some polaroid stuff. But as I find myself shooting wide open quite often, so..

Here's some real bokeh:

Pentax *ist D and M50/1.4


How to break just about every rule of photography (composing in the middle, shooting wide open, shooting person from behind..):

Mamiya M645 and 80/1.9


Uhhuh, a friend having a cigarette and me testing a new homemade camera:

A home-made camera shooting on 4x5 b/w paper, using hat as a shutter, and the lens.. some kind of projection lens, 110/0.95 (!!!), here's a picture of the camera: link


And so that this wouldn't be completely off topic, here's a rangefinder shot from a shopping centre:

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wow, nice work everybody! This is a creamy, dreamy thread

a few more, this time with the CV 75/2.5 Heliar, Acros souped in Xtol 1:3





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Cool I am not worthy, Master

But I don't let little things like that stop me.

A "first" photo with hardware I accumulated in 2007.

Pacemaker Speed Graphic | Voigtlander & Sohn Collinear II, No. 4, 7 7/8 in. | 1:5.4 | Polatoid 667

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I thought I had already posted here, but it doesn't seem so. Not new pics, but certainly on topic.

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Still love this thread. Another from my gallery - M8 CV50/1.5 wide ohhhpen.



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