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Thanks for comments.
Charles, I really like the number 2 of your first set, gorgeous color. Both Noct portraits are nice and like you said, its rendering like 75lux's brother from those shots. DOF transition are very special.
Ron, As always, I like your city series. I get some inspiration from your shots and took some shots in San Jose yesterday. I will post them later.
Ryan, Those shots from beach are some best of your works. you not only capture good color with good using of DOF, you capture the mood, which is really make those pictures stand out. If last one from 75lux, the lens should be in your bag
Here are two pictures from 50 rigid.
Hey, now I got my poor manís M9 backup, I no longer need change lens in filed.
I recently bought a M3 after some research cause 50mm is my favorite focal length. I got it on Monday. (I am really a victim of GAS.) I want to get a feeling of Film. I haven't touched it for almost 15 years. No, this doesnít hint I know anything about film before other than some P&S camera with maybe twice a year usage in college.
The seller is kind enough give me some films for trying. My first roll is Kodak Ektar100, I took the whole roll in my backyard with my family after work. Later on, I know that this film is not suit for portrait/people shot, so the skin tone are on the hot side, especially in golden hour. But, but, this thing is really pushing my interesting in Photography into another level. It is not about how real it is, but how the outputs are different from Digital.
Below are some shots from that roll, I develop the whole roll from my local lab. Those are from 3M low resolution scan with 1800X1200, (I am sure they will be a lot better if I have high resolution scan).
I slightly touch up with contrast, curve, saturation and sharpness in LR.
All with M3 and 50 Rigid DR. All wide open.