Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2003/04/25

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Subject: Re: [Leica] passionate about film
From: Jerry Lehrer <>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 18:41:02 -0700
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Do you call those flowers "dandilions"? And even that is misspelled.



Ted Grant wrote:

> >>> I love shooting manual film cameras. Somehow I see differently through
> Leicas. Sparks me creatively. Not neccessarily in this shot, but it'll pass
> for my latest PAW.
> >
> > <<<<<<
> Hello Dave,
> Here's a suggestion from an assignment I did a couple years ago on
> Vancouver, "Vancouver on 50mm a day." ;-) Every photograph was shot with a
> 50mm lens. Either the Noctilux or the 1.4 50 Summilux on an R8 during a
> three day period dawn to evening..
> I shot daffodils wide open with the Noctilux in the rain and as close as the
> lens would focus and they were beautiful! Looked almost macro like, quite
> different looking slides. You might like to keep that one in the bag for
> another time as it produces photographs unlike anything one would expect
> from either lens, particularly the Noctilux.
> ted
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