Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2013/02/15

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Nueva Frontera
From: cedric.agie at (Cedric Agie)
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2013 13:10:25 +0100
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Yes you can change the filmspeed in the midlle of a roll, but.....

First you have to take 2 blank pictures,
not in fulle sunlight remove the lens (if you can) before taking the
2? picture,
set speeddial on B,
when you click again (2? click)  put something like a small sticker on
the surface of the film,
if you can't remove the lens do the same in total darkness and open
the back of the camera.
take a 3? picture and then go on with another filmspeed.

Before developping cut your film where the sticker is, don't leave any
pieces of the sticker on the film, devellop the 2 pieces separately.

You can easily "push" so called classic B&W films.  Doing so with more
modern so called T max films etc is another story.
Don't do all this when you're tired and or stressed. Enjoy all the fun.

Kind regards.


2013/2/14 Lluis Ripoll <lluisripollquerol at>:
> Tina,
> Excellent composition and action of the "actors", this picture could be a 
> film, even imagine some story, or stories
> Saludos
> Lluis
> El 13/02/2013, a las 14:21, Tina Manley escribi?:
>> PESO:
>> Just a village in rural Honduras, Nueva Frontera:
>> C&C greatly appreciated.
>> Tina
>> --
>> Tina Manley, ASMP
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