Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/19

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Subject: Fish (WAS: [Leica] Lost Faith in Leica) (Nathan Wajsman)
From: Frank.Dernie at (Frank Dernie)
Date: Sun Sep 19 10:55:36 2004
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Ah yes but Kobe beef........mmmm.
I will be in Japan - Suzuka, in 3 weeks for the GP, maybe someone will 
buy me some.

On 19 Sep, 2004, at 13:45, Karen Nakamura wrote:

>> I think we've covered the fish part of the food scale now.
>> But how do you like your meat? And what kind of meat?
>> Better even, how would you photograph meat, and since we're at it, 
>> food in
>> general? Is it something a Leica is suited for, or is it just better 
>> to
>> shoot it in middle or large format?
> I've been turned off beef in Japan. First it's extraordinarily 
> expensive ($10 for a very small steak that I'll cook in my own 
> kitchen!)  because US imports were shut down because of mad cow. And 
> then they keep on discovering cows with mad cow here. Not reassuring.
> The Leica M is perfectly illsuited to food photography. :-( parallax 
> error, 0.7m as the closest distance for the 50mm,  1.0 for the 
> 90mm.....
> Karen
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