Posts Tagged ‘D-Lux 4’

Dwayne Lutchna: Sharing the Intimacy of Photography

© Dwayne Lutchna

Dwayne Lutchna was born in Queens, New York in 1980 and now resides in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He graduated with honors from The School of Visual Arts. Dwayne  is currently a Senior Designer at Comedy Central, where he conceptualizes and designs the key art for print and digital ad campaigns. In the below interview, he opens [...]

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My New Orleans- Café Du Monde

Cafe Du Monde by David G. SPIELMAN

David G. Spielman: Guest blogger. Assignment: 2 – Café Du Monde. Location: New Orleans. Equipment: D-Lux 4. Long, long before Starbucks, computers, the Internet, and chat rooms, Café Du Monde was in full swing. A year after the start of the Civil War the original Café Du Monde Coffee Stand was established in the New [...]

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Nasser Kalaji: “My photography is rapping through images.”

Cairo, Egypt by Nasser Kalaji

A talented young Jordanian photographer dedicated to covering the emerging Arab hip-hop scene, Nasser Kalaji acquired his first camera in October 2009. By August 2010 his incisive and moving urban images were already being featured and admired on Leica blogs. Nasser has recently formed a company, Immortal, with his dear friend and Mentor Laith Majali, [...]

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My New Orleans- St. Charles Avenue Streetcars

My New Orleans by David G. SPIELMAN

David Spielman: Guest blogger. Assignment: 1 – Streetcars. Location: New Orleans. Equipment: D-Lux 4. What is it that makes New Orleans magical? We all know the main draws: food, music, architecture and of course the people. But as you start to explore you will break the surface and then the city will really start to [...]

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Leica M9 Akademie Day (Camden Town Remains)

India 2 China - 12.8mm at f/2.8, ISO 80, Shutter speed 1/125 sec

I was on the train in to London today for my first of 3 workshops at the Leica Akademie in the Mayfair borough of London, and started experimenting with Silver Efex Pro. I have quite a lot of photographs that I’d still like to share, but simply haven’t had the time to process. But firstly, the [...]

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