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    A time machine and 3 hours on this street

    I'd take my M2 and 50/2 Summicron DR, a few rolls of Tri-X and only ask for 3 hours and then I'd come back.

    Now just got to find the time machine:

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    I can only agree, even if we'd probably get beaten to death within 15 minutes.
    "Never criticize someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes. That way, you're a mile away and you've got their shoes."

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    I would use a view camera, which would be ostentatious but the least suspicious I think.
    BTW: Where is this?

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    What a great thought and if you went back far enough they wouldn't even know you were using a camera. By the way it would be a 1.4 Summilux and FP4.

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    A time machine and 3 hours on this street

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Corneau View Post
    I can only agree, even if we'd probably get beaten to death within 15 minutes.
    Thus the quiet shutter of the Leica.... ;-)
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    A time machine and 3 hours on this street

    Quote Originally Posted by Slixtiesix View Post
    BTW: Where is this?
    Mulberry Street, NYC (c. 1900)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    Mulberry Street, NYC (c. 1900)
    My Deardorff wouldn't get a second glance. Nor would my watch, unless someone saw the serial and deduced that it was negative 12 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    What a great thought and if you went back far enough they wouldn't even know you were using a camera. By the way it would be a 1.4 Summilux and FP4.
    They'd be erecting the stake and gathering dry brush for sure though.

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    I get the feeling it is a composite photo, at the time I think photographers were struggling to stop movement and taking street scenes from upper balconies. This kind of shot was a daydream.

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