Party at Chris and Mary’s new house! All taken with the Leica M6, Summicron 50mm with Kodak Ektar 100. All scans are from Wallgreens.
This is a scan of a 6×7 transparency taken in the summer of 2002 with a Mamiya RB67 and a 90mm lens. We were staying a week in the Taos ski valley. I took this from the deck of the ski chalet we were staying in. I also took “Storm Clouds Over Wheeler”
from that deck. I love the delicate drawing of the moon! I haven’t yet made a print of this transparency.
A beautiful spring day in Chicago with my new (well new to me) Leica M6. The afternoon was a bit brisk, but still quite pleasant. Unfortunately the light was very flat Most of these images shot with Summicron 50/2.0. I wandered to Central Camera
on Wasbash, and couldn’t help but buy a 90/2.8 Tele-Elmarit; very clean, and priced reasonably. The picture through the iron sculpture was taken with this lens. Film was Fujichrome 100, scans are from the local photo shop were I get my E6 developing done. They do an OK job for web posts and 4×6 prints, anything else I scan myself with a Nikon Coolscan V-ED.
This photograph was taken on a walk in Hobart, Tasmania. It was taken in Jan, 2005 when my wife and I took a quick visit to see my brother who was living in Melbourne at the time. We made a 3 night trip to Tasmania via the ferry across the Bass Strait. The scene was taken late in the morning while on a walk from our hotel in the center of Hobart. The complementary colors and the strong geometric shapes caught my eye.
This photo was taken with the Ricoh GR1 with Fujichrome 100 slide film. I scanned the slide with a Nikon Coolscan V-ED. It was cropped square to fit an existing frame in our living room and printed at 12×12 in on an Epson 2200.