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 Posted: Tue Sep 14th, 2010 03:25 pm
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Looks like a photo showdownsubtlelaugh.gif. Those pics are amazing. Well done!

Tropical....is that an Elmar on the Leica? Elmarit? I had a 3F before but sold it years back. Love that mint condition Leica camera, tooThumbsUp02.gif

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 Posted: Tue Sep 14th, 2010 05:24 pm
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thanks bigrustypig :)
thats a collapsible Summitar F2 on the IIIg

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tropicalrips~
thank you for sharing those awesome pictures
although I am not good at photo shooting, I do know how to appreciate it when I see one!! ThumbsUp02.gif
I really like the way you bring out the subject when shooting photos!!
by the way, the Leica looks wonderful!!! please do share more pictures when you have time~

have a good one~

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 Posted: Thu Sep 16th, 2010 12:31 pm
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tropicalrips wrote: thanks bigrustypig :)
thats a collapsible Summitar F2 on the IIIg


I had a IIIG before too and regret selling it to a good friend. I had the same lens with the small knob and even the original dull stainless steel precision-fit  lens cap. I still have the flash shoe-mounted scope for parallax compensation errorssubtlelaugh.gif. I guess I'm that old! I'll try to send you a pic of that fantastic accessory.

Keep posting your work! 

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 Posted: Thu Sep 16th, 2010 05:33 pm
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downhills13 wrote:
tropicalrips~
thank you for sharing those awesome pictures
although I am not good at photo shooting, I do know how to appreciate it when I see one!! ThumbsUp02.gif
I really like the way you bring out the subject when shooting photos!!
by the way, the Leica looks wonderful!!! please do share more pictures when you have time~

have a good one~


thanks downhills13 :)

here's 2 more shots that didn't make the cut...
i thought the "Leica" name was taking away too much of the focus in the shot

10K_7639 by tropicalrips, on Flickr

and here the reflections...

10K_7612 by tropicalrips, on Flickr

i'm working on how to shoot both the Vintage 3646 & Kampfschwimmer model together in the same frame :)

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 Posted: Sat Sep 18th, 2010 06:37 pm
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trying out some lume shots

2 watches together

dievas_lume by tropicalrips, on Flickr

try out different exposure times
these are in-camera double exposures
1st shot to get some outlines and details, 2nd shot to get the lume

10K_7682 by tropicalrips, on Flickr


10K_7697 by tropicalrips, on Flickr

i think i like this last shot the best...although you don't see much of the lume due to the 1st exposure being too long

10K_7687 by tropicalrips, on Flickr

i place the watch in its box to get the "DIEVAS" logo into the shot

Last edited on Sat Sep 18th, 2010 06:40 pm by tropicalrips

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jstroh wrote:

 



Perfect! You should try it on a gray zulu one daythumbsup.gif.

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 VORTEX ON ZULU



w/ ALL the goodies

 


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Aqualuna Gray Professional!

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