Exhibit, they.

Exhibit, they

↑Leica M9 and Leica 28mm Elmarit ASPH @ f/2.8.

8 thoughts on “Exhibit, they.

  1. Andrew says:

    The detail in that Rhino is very impressive. Love the children looking up at it.

    Looking forward to seeing more of the 28mm…..

    On another note I have just finished processing my first ever role of film…a TMax 400..it worked 🙂

    Thank you Peter for the the steps outlined on the site!! We can not get the Kodak developer you mentioned here any longer (Australia) so used an Ilford ID-11.

    If you are reading Jason (Howe), thank you as well. I used a Patison Tank this time around but going to compare with Rondinax next!

    • Prosophos says:

      Hey Andrew – congratulations! I still remember the feeling of unrolling my first home-processed film and seeing the “etchings” appear – it was magical. Still is.

      I’m glad you found the guide useful and I want to thank you for your very generous donation to my site the other day.

      As for the 28/2.8, I’ll have to use it more… should be easy with Spring coming here.

      Peter.

  2. Wow, I may have to rethink what version Elmarit-M 28mm for my kit. I was thinking V4 with e46 filter size to go along with my other 46mm filter sized lenses but seeing this image with the ASPH version knocks my socks off.

    Really like the detail along with the subtle tones. Thanks for sharing!

    • Prosophos says:

      Yes, Duane, I remember you mentioning the V4 of the 28 Elmarit. I haven’t had any experience with it, but can certainly vouch for this little 28/2.8 (ASPH). You’d probably be safe with either one…

  3. Omer says:

    Very nice composition, and the posture of the thoughtful small girl with her arms folded is wonderful.

  4. Luiz Paulo says:

    This is nice! I love when you have two scenes in one.

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