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The little camera is two weeks old today. These are strips excerpted from Rolls 5 and 6. I used trix. except I just bought 2 rolls of Portra NC 400. Kodak did good by sending out that free film, eh? Well, here's what I did last week:

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(developed in HC110b for 6 minutes at 68°F)
 
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Kool yeh..i like the strip there with the glass blocks, the lampshades and the toilet...whew! my kind of subjects, hope to see some larger size ima ges
 
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Ima guess that too Rodney! :Wink: Thanks!

Hiya Ed! I would but it smells bad and the Ultron only focuses to 35 inches. That's my least favorite thing about it. I have found a Heliopan close-up filter in the used bin at the camera store. The range finder doesn't work then, so it's all about measuring and stopping down. The picture of my desk (#10) is done with the close-up lens attached.
 
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i wish i'd gotten some free portra....i lost the paper i had with the url written down on it. bummer.

i like these shots a lot, chris. its a really interesting collection. i really like the look of them, in addition of course to the compositions and subjects. good stuff.
 
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Great shots there, Chris! Good conversi n, too. Can I see them in color?
 
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Doh! I misread. I thought those we're from a color film and I was like "Jeez! Those are just like true B&W!".

Good shooting Chris! You're getting a long with the M4P quite well heh?
 
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... You're getting a long with the M4P quite well heh?
Ya. I'm loving it! I have indeed packed up all my other cameras (except for the D70ir and CP950, but just for emergencies. :Wink: )

I'm finding that indeed the viewfinder is my friend! When I bring it up to my eye, I can put the frame-lines right where I want them, then watch the action til it's just right.

I did put some color film in it today. I want to try the David Hockney thing, and figure the Leica will be just the camera for that. I don't think I would convert a color film image to B&W though. I mean this Portra is expensive!
 

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