Posts Tagged ‘Leica M-System’

Meet the Leica Meet: Olaf Willoughby, A Leica in London

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Usually, Olaf Willoughby interviews other Leica photographers for this blog. This month we turned the tables by asking him to tell us about his work and how he uses his Leica for street photography in London. Q: How do you define your street photography? A: It’s simply about capturing life in the street, revealing the [...]

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Markus Andersen: A Walk On The Dark Side In Sydney

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Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Markus Andersen studied art in high school and his first exposure to photography as an art form was using a borrowed Nikon FM2 and a 50 mm lens to shoot abstract images on color negative film. He subsequently studied photography full-time, earning a degree from the Sydney Institute Of [...]

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Chris Suspect: Suspect Device at Leica Gallery DC

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Chris Suspect was born in the Philippines in 1968. In the 1990s he helped found Torque Records and played in various DC-area bands including The Suspects, Lickity Split, Spitfires United and VPR. In 2007 he took up photography and has had his work exhibited and published in Germany, England, Brazil, the Czech Republic and the [...]

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Darren Centofanti: Capturing Performance Bikes with the Leica S-System

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Darren Centofanti, a native of Adelaide, Australia, is a sought after fashion, advertising and glamour photographer. With over 25 years of professional photography experience, he travels the world on commercial assignments and is currently based in India. His advertising clients include Puma, Adidas, Nokia, Levi’s, Wrangler, Lakme Cosmetics, Smirnoff, UB Group and Reliance. He is also [...]

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Phil Penman: Shooting a Cycle Trek From the Saddle

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Born and raised in the tiny village of Briantspuddle in the county of Dorset in the United Kingdom, Phil Penman studied photography at the prestigious Berkshire College of Art and Design. A veteran commercial photographer with an unerring instinct for capturing the timeless and compelling in seemingly ordinary scenes, Phil Penman is also an avid [...]

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Matt Day: Capturing Images as an Affirmation of Life

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Although he’s still a young photographer, at the age of 24 Matt Day has over a decade of experience behind the lens and, besides a couple darkroom classes he took in college, he’s taught himself the craft of photography simply through trial and error. When Matt was 13 years old his older brother, who was [...]

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Urs Gähler: There and Back Again to the Leica M-System

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The Swiss photographer, Urs Gähler, started out taking pictures with a Leica M6. After a long break, he tried out a number of DSLRs before rediscovering his first love when the M Monochrom was introduced onto the market in 2012. With the M Monochrom, Gähler went on to explore the diversity of motifs found in [...]

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Matt Stuart: My Favorite Black-and-White Image

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Leica Camera will be present at The Photography Show being held in Birmingham, England on March 21-24. The Photography Show takes place in hall 5 at the NEC and you can visit Leica at stand C31. There are a host of events planned including talks and demos by Tom Stoddart, Wayne Johns, Matt Stuart and Richard [...]

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Luciano Checco: The Other Singapore

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A passionate humanist and documentary photographer, Luciano Checco was born in Aosta, Italy in 1954, moved to Singapore in 1992, and is now Vice President of a German company that supplies equipment to the oil and gas industry. This is the story of how he created a portfolio that exposes the exploitation and human misery [...]

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Edouard Elias: The Foreigners

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Since the end of 2013, France has sent more than 1200 soldiers to the Central African Republic – including a large number of foreign legionnaires. They come from different countries and fight for a common cause: the end of the civil war. Photographer Edouard Elias accompanied the troops. We spoke with him about his motivation, [...]

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Lorenzo Tugnoli: The Little Book of Kabul

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The photographer Lorenzo Tugnoli set out for Kabul with the author, Francesca Recchia, to do a portrait of the city’s creative scene for a very special book project. In their “The Little Book of Kabul,” they show that Afghanistan has more to offer than just war and destruction. The full portfolio can be found in [...]

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Tom Stoddart: My Favorite Portrait

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Leica Camera will be present at The Photography Show being held in Birmingham, England on March 21-24. The Photography Show takes place in hall 5 at the NEC and you can visit Leica at stand C31. There are a host of events planned including talks and demos by Tom Stoddart, Wayne Johns, Matt Stuart and Richard [...]

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David English: The Leica M Monochrom and the 50 mm Leica APO-Summicron-M lens

Halloween Decoration, © David English

I like to think of myself as a wide-angle guy. Give me an 18 mm, 21 mm, or 28 mm lens, and I’m a happy camper. That was before I tried the 50 mm Leica APO-Summicron-M lens. Now I don’t want to take it off my M Monochrom. It’s not that I’m suddenly in love [...]

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The Forbidden City in Wünsdorf

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It all began with a workshop. In 2013, the Leica Akademie Wetlzar initiated a collaboration with the Leica Store Berlin. The idea was that seven Berlin photographers: Holger Fehsenfeld, José Giribás, Lothar Koch, Andreas Neubauer, Bodo Philipp, Vivian J. Rheinheimer and Karl Georg Wolf, would work exclusively with the Leica M Monochrom and present the [...]

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Kurt Kamka: Capturing the Essence of Street Life in Manila with Love, Empathy, and a Leica Monochrom

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Born in Peshtigo, Wisconsin, Kurt William Kamka is a sought after documentary photographer who shoots street, non-profit and NGO assignments throughout Southeast Asia. After living his whole life in the US, Kurt relocated to Asia in 2011 and is now based in Manila, Philippines, where he uses his camera to document his unique view of [...]

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