Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/10/11

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Subject: [Leica] Square portrait (OT)
From: philippe.orlent at (Philippe Orlent)
Date: Wed Oct 11 11:20:18 2006
References: <DC4B73A4105FCE4FAE0CEF799BF84B36013F1BDB@case-email> <>

Bye bye kitten... She starts looking like a cat not to be tampered with.
Better with the piffing up, but the eye is indeed a tad bit too dark.
Great POV.
Thanks for showing,

Op 11-okt-06, om 18:39 heeft Daniel Ridings het volgende geschreven:

> Thanks David,
> I thought it was too flat, so I tried to piff it up a bit:
> I like Rolleis too. I can do better than this, but I was happy with  
> the first try.
> Daniel
> David Rodgers wrote:
>> Daniel,
>> I like the composition. I like the shooting angle (great thing about
>> Rolleis). I like the expression. I like the background. Very nice!  
>> daveR -----Original Message-----
>> From: Daniel Ridings [] Sent: Wednesday,  
>> October 11, 2006 8:10 AM
>> To: Leica Users Group
>> Subject: [Leica] Square portrait (OT)
>> Another photographer used something called a Rolleinar on his  
>> Rolleiflex
>> in a postcard exchange and it made me curious. I bought one for my  
>> Bay 1
>> rolleis on my way home yesterday and tried it out on Rebecca. A  
>> Rolleinar is a close-up lens. It lets you move in closer than the . 
>> 9 meter that is the normal limit.
>> It's a little too flat, but ...
>> Daniel
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