Posts Tagged ‘Bob Callway’

Bob Callway: Goodwood Revival, Part 1

The start of Freddie March Trophy, 2013, © Bob Callway

This is a guest post by Bob Callway, who has his own production company, Nilsfilm, which produces corporate promos and documentaries. Most, recently, he has been producing/directing for Aurora Media Worldwide. A few weeks ago, I was commissioned to deliver two films on the Goodwood Revival. Set on the edge of the South Downs in England, the [...]

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Stephen Bartels: Uniquely Doing What He Loves

© Stephen Bartels

This is a guest post by Bob Callway, who has his own production company Nilsfilm, which produces corporate promos and documentaries. Most, recently, he has been producing/directing for DisneyXD. As one of the first photographers to be invited to contribute to the Leica blog/Facebook page, I have been fortunate enough to communicate and become “friends” with many [...]

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Bob Callway: A Year With the Leica M9

Santa Signing (Leica M9 Ultron VC 28mm) © Bob Callway

Last June I was fortunate enough to purchase Leica’s flagship digital camera . . . the M9. Ever since its release back in 2009 I prayed that one day I might be able to make use of my M lenses on a full-frame rangefinder.  Don’t get me wrong, I love my film M6 and still do, [...]

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Photographer’s Journal: 5 Whirlwind Days of Photo Documentation in Jordan

“Eight” Pillars of Wisdom, Jerash - Leica M6, 15mm VC

Just over a week ago I spent 5 incredibly hectic days in Jordan. Actually “hectic” is an understatement for the level of intensity we experienced. I was shooting a food documentary called World Café Middle East and we had to hit the ground running! As soon as I, and Martin Evanson (the soundman) had touched [...]

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