Posts Tagged ‘Leica M’

How The Leica M (Typ 262) Will Inspire Your Street Photography: Andrea Boccalini in Vienna

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“It’s a timeless city. You can feel the vibration of the stories in the city. If you go deeper, you can feel the modern side of the city as well. You get the sensation of an embedded modern lifestyle.” This is how Andrea Boccalini, the Vienna-based Italian photographer describes his experience with the Leica M [...]

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Naskademini: Lost In Transit

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This is a street photography essay created while traveling and getting lost in the Tokyo subway system. The first time traveling through the Tokyo underground rail and subway system can be very overwhelming, especially if you don’t speak or read Japanese. The amount of people all in one place during rush hour can also throw [...]

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Richard Curtis: Amongst the Eagle Hunters and Nadaams in Mongolia

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This interview is part of a series in which Olaf Willoughby talks with Leica Meet members about their photographic projects, stories, goals and learnings along the way.  Richard Curtis is a photographer based in London. Richard talks here about his once in a lifetime opportunity to visit the eagle hunters of Mongolia with a BBC [...]

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Al Satterwhite: An All-Encompassing View Of The World

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Among countless accomplishments that have elevated him to the top ranks of today’s contemporary photographers, Al Satterwhite is the acknowledged grandmaster of the fisheye format. Here, in his own incisive and revealing words, is the story behind how he created the images featured in aRound New York, a 30-year retrospective of his spectacular 180º images [...]

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Cheryl Dunn: New York Soul

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Cheryl Dunn was born in Old Tappan, NJ, and currently resides in New York City. She received her BA in Art History from Rutgers University. Cheryl has had numerous group and solo exhibitions around the world, and has had several books published, including “She Swallowed It,” “Sometimes the Answer,” and “Some Kinda Vacation.” Below she [...]

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Carlos Fernandez Laser: On a Grand Tour with the Hardbrakers

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Carlos Fernandez Laser’s main theme is action photography. Born in Bielefeld in 1984, the photographer began his career focusing on BMX athletes, professional mountain bikers, and punk concerts. Nowadays, he lends his talent and techniques to fashion photography. Equipped with a Leica M, he accompanied the Grand Tour of the Hardbrakers (a group of Hamburg [...]

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Arthur Meyerson: An Intimate View of Where East Meets West

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An accomplished professional photographer for more than four decades, Arthur Meyerson is also a much sought after lecturer and educator at leading photographic workshops. Author of The Color of Light based on his personal photographs, he continues to lead inspirational photographic tours and give back to the field he loves by mentoring up-and-coming photographers. Here [...]

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Ryan Mah: The Intersection Between Data and Everyday Life

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Ryan is co-founder of Black Rhino Creative, an award winning film production firm dedicated to sharing authentic, intimate and engaging stories. A skilled photographer, graphic designer and passionate story teller, Ryan’s rich background in the creative field led him to film making. His talent for reaching the heart of a brand and translating these needs into [...]

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Jing Huang: An Urban Poet in Shenzhen

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Jing Huang was born in 1987 in Guangzhou, a city in the south of China with around 11 million inhabitants. He studied photography at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts until 2010, and currently lives and works as a photographer in Shenzhen. The city, known mostly for its factories and for having the highest income [...]

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Helen K. Garber: Turning the Camera to the Santa Monica Bay

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Helen K. Garber is known for her night urban landscapes taken in cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Venice, Rome, and Paris. Her work resides in many prestigious collections including LACMA, the George Eastman House, International Museum of Film and Photography in New York, the Brooklyn Museum, The Huntington Library, the archives of the [...]

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Haoming Wang: Newtown

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Newtown, a suburb of Sydney’s inner west is located approximately four kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district, straddling the local government areas of the City of Sydney and Marrickville Council in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Newtown has been a hub for live entertainment since the late 19th century. During the [...]

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John DiGiorgio: A View into the Character of New York Streets

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This interview is part of a series in which Olaf Willoughby talks with Leica Meet members about their photographic projects, their stories, goals and learnings along the way.  John DiGiorgio, a photographer based in New York, shoots in a pure documentary style, capturing the excitement, beauty and diversity of the human condition on the city [...]

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Matt Stuart: Capturing the People at the Qatar Goodwood Festival

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Born in London in 1974, Matt Stuart’s personal photography revolves primarily around street photography, capturing those unguarded and unposed moments that reveal what it means or how it feels to be human. Matt recently attended Qatar Goodwood on behalf of Leica. Below are his impressions from this wonderful festival. I felt excited when I got [...]

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Lisa Kutzelnig: The Magic Behind the Scenes

© Lisa Kutzenig

Theatre, opera and concerts on a very large stage – the Salzburg Festival is one of the highlights of the summer festival season. However, before the curtain is raised for the first time in the Austrian town, many busy hands have been at work. The young Salzburg photographer, Lisa Kutzelnig, spent three weeks visiting the [...]

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Alberto Venzago: The Magic Behind the Scenes

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Who among the audience gives any thought to how long it takes to embroider beads all over a costume? Who thinks about how much work is involved in finding the perfect color for a material? All this effort has only one aim in mind: to create a unique and unforgettable theatre, opera or concert experience. [...]

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