Posts Tagged ‘Leica M6 TTL’

Michael Barkin: Documenting the Nalukataq Whaling Festival

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Michael Barkin was born in Eugene, Oregon and currently lives in Seattle, Washington, where he studied geography and information management at the University of Washington. The modern media landscape and his interests have converged and diverged over time, thus he works on personal projects and occasional publications or exhibits. He is a self-taught photographer who [...]

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Michael Bialecki: Documenting the Changes in Myanmar

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Michael Bialecki was raised in South Florida where he was given his first camera by his father, a photographer, in high school. He grew up skateboarding and his interest in street photography blossomed when he went to college in San Francisco. After graduating with a degree in cultural anthropology, he moved to India to work [...]

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Rolling Through the Shadows: Ed Templeton

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Mark Whiteley, skateboarder and Leica photographer, provides us with the next installment of his interview series “Rolling Through the Shadows.” This series takes a closer look at the seemingly unlikely collision of skateboarding and M photography from the perspective of the skaters and photographers themselves. Name: Ed Templeton Age: 41 Home: Huntington Beach, CA Sponsors: [...]

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Fred Bonatto: A Passion for Motorsport and Photography

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While growing up, Fred Bonatto moved between the United States, Mexico and Brazil. He graduated high school in the U.S. and attended university in Brazil where he obtained a degree in international relations. His work has been featured in various Brazilian publications and was more recently the subject of a solo exhibit at the Vermont [...]

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Gary Gumanow: The Streets as Theater

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Gary Gumanow first picked up a camera at the age of eight and has been shooting ever since. A native New Yorker from Brooklyn, Gary now resides in Houston, Texas. He shoots mainly with film and prints all of his own work in his darkroom. Gary spoke with Alex Coghe about his relationship with film [...]

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Adam Marelli: Varanasi, Terracotta Tea

Hot Tea and Turban © Adam Marelli

Two weeks ago, with a snow storm looming over New York City, I slipped out of Newark International Airport on a flight to Delhi.  This was my third trip to India, but my first trip to the North.  In December there was a bombing in Varanasi, along the Ganges, so I heard there was increased [...]

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