Posts Tagged ‘“DAS WESENTLICHE”’

Paul Smith: Classic Creation With A Twist The Leica X2 Edition Paul Smith

Paul Smiths and the Leica X2 Special Edition

Paul Smith is a British-born international designer and entrepreneur. His clothing designs are sold in over 70 countries worldwide, and he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2001. In this video, Smith talks about his new contribution to the Leica Camera line and his history with photography. Smith has had a close relationship with [...]

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Leica. My Life – André Georgi On His D-Lux 6

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The latest video in the “Leica. My Life” features André Georgi, a 35 year old from Munich, Germany. Andre works for Audi as a member of the product design team. Photography has been a part of his life for a long time and intertwines with his work as a designer. Light and the speed of the [...]

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H.W. Briese on the Leica Elpro-S 180

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“What’s most important is the performance of the lens. As long as it comes up with the goods that’s all that matters to me.” H.W. Briese, from Hamburg, is a photographer and founder of Briese Lichttechnik. He explains that the Leica Elpro-S with it’s large field of view enables him to stand back from his [...]

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David Maurer: Advertising Photographer on the Leica Super-Elmar-S 24 mm f/3.5 ASPH

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“The lens is the new 24mm lens, it’s extremely wide-angled for this type of format and resolution, and that’s really nice, very unusual.” David Maurer is an advertising photographer who specializes in people, landscapes and automobiles. He sometimes works in extreme, cramped conditions that force him to be precise in order to get the contrasts [...]

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Leica. My Life – Laura Kaufmann on her V-Lux 4

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Our next installment of the “Leica. My Life” series features Laura Kaufmann who studies law and economics while living in Salzburg, Austria. Laura has a passion for classic cars and enjoys both driving and photographing them. She looks for a camera with a good zoom so she can draw her subject close to her. Her [...]

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Bernd Ebsen: Still Life Photographer on the Leica TS-APO-Elmar-S 120 mm f/5.6 ASPH

Leica TS-APO-Elmar-S 120 mm f/5.6 ASPH

“Leica has always been with me, even back when I worked as an assistant, that’s quality.” Bernd Ebsen’s main focus is still life photography done from his studio in Central Hamburg since 1993. In this video, Ebsen describes why tilt-shift lenses are important to what he does. The Leica TS-APO-Elmar-S 120 mm f/5.6 ASPH lens [...]

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Jonas Bendiksen and The Leica S

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Jonas Bendiksen, a Norwegian born in 1977, began his career at the age of nineteen as an intern in Magnum’s London office before leaving for Russia to pursue his passion for photojournalism. Over the years much of his work has focused on isolated communities living on the fringes of society. He has received worldwide recognition [...]

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John Dooley: Demonstrating The Leica M

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John Dooley from the Leica Akademie Mayfair demonstrates the recently introduced The Leica M. Dooley takes to the streets of London to show off the new features of the camera. He highlights everything you need to know about the camera including the use of live view, focus peaking, movies and accessories in this tutorial. A [...]

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Nick Ut: The Amazing Saga And The Image That Helped End The Vietnam War

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Barely out if his teens, Nick Ut was thrust into the role of combat photographer after the untimely death of his talented brother, a noted actor and AP photojournalist. Here in his own unadorned and eloquent prose is the truly incredible story of how this young Vietnamese photojournalist fortuitously missed getting shot down in a [...]

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