Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/04/28

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Subject: [Leica] Two different 28mm pics
From: len-1 at (Leonard Taupier)
Date: Sat Apr 28 07:47:17 2007
References: <001901c78974$81164340$2101a8c0@luispersonal>

Hi Luis,

This is a very interesting study of the two lenses. Both photos were  
taken in very high contrast lighting making a difficult picture  
taking environment. In this respect the Hector, with it's lower  
contrast, handles the light better. Also the first picture is more  
intimate and has more detail then the second. I like #1 the best. The  
second photo with the Tri-Elmar and it's higher contrast is actually  
too high in contrast. But I like the photo content. I have never used  
this film so I don't know it's characteristics. I have a feeling it  
is high contrast and high color saturation which contribute to the  
deep shadows.

Thanks for showing. It's a good study,

Best Regards,

On Apr 28, 2007, at 5:06 AM, Luis Ripoll wrote:

> Hil all,
> This one, M6 with the old Hektor 2,8cm, I'm surprised
> This one with M6 and the Tri Elmar at 28mm
> Both on Fuji Astia
> Thanks for looking and commenting if you have the time,
> Saludos desde Barcelona
> Luis
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