Posts Tagged ‘28mm f/2 Summicron’

Francesco Anselmi: Brown Coal Mining in Greece

© Francesco Anselmi

The Italian photographer Francesco Anselmi’s long-term project deals with the consequences of the financial crisis in Greece. A large portion of the country’s electricity industry is concentrated in the Kozani region in Macedonia. The images, which Anselmi captured with an M Monochrom and 28 mm Summicron lens, throw a spotlight on the general situation in [...]

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“Miverina”: Rijasolo’s Photographic Return to Madagascar

A peasant at Ambositra country, July 2009. PORTFOLIO MIVERINA, BACK TO MADAGASCAR BY RIJASOLO

Rijasolo has been on Leica’s radar. He won first place in Leica Fotografie International’s “35mm Wide Angle” competition and also had a portfolio of his work published in the April 2010 issue of the magazine. His latest work, the highly personal, “Miverina” retraces six years of photographic tussling with the changing face of Madagascar, the [...]

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An Interview with Michael Kamber of the New York Times

Iraq series by Michael Kamber

A seasoned photojournalist acclaimed for his brilliant and sensitive coverage of conflict zones around the world tells the amazing story of his evolving career and his Leica connection Q: You are a contract photographer for the New York Times—that’s quite an achievement in the world of photojournalism. You very modestly described how you ended up [...]

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