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    took the plunge and picked up a leica m7 last week. shot two test rolls and will hopefully put a bunch more through it this week during sxsw.

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    1. Single-Tooth Productions 48 months ago | reply

      yep, thats a plunge in the deep in. great camera though. have fun with it.

    2. Saint Groovus Maximus 48 months ago | reply

      great lighting, love the strong colors.

    3. ammgramm 48 months ago | reply

      Very nice, contrasty shot, Stephen. Very striking colour.

      Congratulations on your new camera. (Will you be mentioning details about the lens / film / developer / scanner anytime?)

    4. stitchindye 48 months ago | reply

      Great shot. I love the quality of that morning light. Makes everything feel full of possibilities.

    5. Crawfordian 48 months ago | reply

      Yes, excellent. I would have guessed slide film based on the high contrast and saturation, but Ektar it is.

    6. james.kiong 48 months ago | reply

      Great framing!!!

    7. habeebee 48 months ago | reply

      very good, very striking

    8. _JamesDavies 48 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot, makes me think of Pictures From The Surface of The Earth by Wim Wenders.

    9. c.mm80backup (charlie) 46 months ago | reply

      M7 stuff is looking great xgray. Keep it coming.


    10. c.mm80backup (charlie) 46 months ago | reply

      @JamesDavies. Paris, Texas is incredible as well! A personal favorite if you don't already like it. = )

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    12. Gianluca Manuzzi 43 months ago | reply

      Great Camera Compliments

    13. Dominik Morbitzer 42 months ago | reply

      well done. i like the colors and the contrast

    14. .ramosa 33 months ago | reply

      fine use of light. really like the red walk sign.

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