Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/25

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Subject: [Leica] RE: Added new photograph to LUG gallery
From: mail at (Steve Unsworth)
Date: Sat Sep 25 16:43:52 2004


Thanks for looking. Both the 'newly weds' and the 'couple in a bar' were
taken with a Noctilux. I can't remember the aperture for the newly weds
shot, but I'm certain that the couple photograph was at f1 - it was very
dark in the bar.

There was no movement in the newly weds photograph - they were pretty
much glued together :-)


-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf
Of Nachazel, Thomas
Sent: 25 September 2004 23:47
Subject: [Leica] RE: Added new photograph to LUG gallery 

I was curious about the lenses used, particularly in "newly-weds" and
"couple in a bar." The out-of-focus rendition seems slightly different
in these two. 

Is there a slight doubling of the "arm" of the light pole in the very
back of the newlywed picture? I don't notice the same doubling in the
background of the 'couple in bar' picture. 

But then again, the doubling I think I notice in the newlyweds picture
may have nothing to do with the lens and everything to do with panning
the camera to keep up with the movement of the newlyweds. 

Anyway, really nice shots. 


In reply to: Message from TNachazel at (Nachazel, Thomas) ([Leica] RE: Added new photograph to LUG gallery)