Posts Tagged ‘Leica M4-P’

Andrew Reed Weller: Parallax Correction

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Andrew Reed Weller is a photographer originally from Cleveland, Ohio and now based in New York City. He is currently focused on printing from his backlog of images, loving people and cooking them tasty food, as well as taking care of an increasing number of plants. Andrew has traveled to 37 countries, with extended stays [...]

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Andrew Reed Weller, Photojournalism with a Hint of Art, Part 2

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Andrew Reed Weller is an emerging, passionate photographer originally from Ohio and formerly based in New York City. He is currently in Karachi, Pakistan documenting the programs of a health organization, Interactive Research and Development. He recently began a Kickstarter campaign to extend his trip in Pakistan. In part 1 of our interview with Andrew, we examined his Peru portfolio. [...]

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Mark Murrmann: Just a Performance

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Mark Murrmann is not just a guy with a camera. In addition to his commercial work for clients such as Jim Beam, Levi’s and Samsung, Mark is regular contributor to Hamburger Eyes and curated the Maximum Rocknroll photo issue (and accompanying exhibit) in 2010. Did we mention that he also works on the other side of [...]

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Jing Huang: Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award Winner 2011

Pure of Sight, Jing Huang

Jing Huang, born in Guangzhou and now a resident of Shenzhen, China, was just named as the recipient this year’s Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award. His self-selected portfolio of 12 black-and-white fine art images shot with his beloved Leica M4-P were chosen from over 2,000 entries. His favorite image in the group: “The picture of a [...]

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