Posts Tagged ‘Leica M6’

Mary McCartney: Glorious Goodwood

© Mary McCartney

The photographic work of Mary McCartney, who was born in London in 1969, has focused on discovering those rare moments of unguarded, emotionally-charged intimacy that offers us a new insight to the subject. Below, she reflects on shooting last year’s Qatar Goodwood Festival, affectionately known as Glorious Goodwood. This year’s event takes place July 28 [...]

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Justin Carter: Bearing the Torch of Inspiration

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Born in Anchorage, Alaska, Justin Carter currently resides in Richmond, Virginia where he is studying International Social Justice at Virginia Commonwealth University. He has photographed Climate Action Portraits for the Sierra Club, is a drummer in the band Hazel Mountain, and is finishing the final edit for a community photo voice documentary that includes interviews [...]

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John Palmer: Dignity In Tragedy In Black-And-White

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John Palmer, born in Yorkshire, England, currently lives in Serbia. An accomplished master photographer, he documented the aftermath of the devastating 2014 floods in Serbia, and reveals the indomitable resilience and kindness of the Serbian people. Q: What camera equipment do you generally use? A: A Leica M6 currently, but I also have an M9P [...]

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Masahiko Kishino: Moments Captured by Chance

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Masahiko Kishino is a Japanese-born professional photographer who now splits his time between Japan and France. He refers to himself as a “stateless person.” He has previously exhibited at the Leica Gallery Tokyo Ginza and shoots mainly with the Leica M6, Leica M7 and Leica MP. He spoke to us about taking photos of unknown [...]

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Joseph Rodriguez: A Look Inside Romania

© Joseph Rodriguez

Following the December Revolution in Romania in 1989, documentary photographer Joseph Rodriguez, from Brooklyn, travelled four times to the traumatized country. He produced incredibly haunting images that shone a spotlight on a country that was just beginning to shake off decades of communist dictatorship. The pictures also reflect the suffering and suppression experienced by the [...]

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Matt Day: Capturing Images as an Affirmation of Life

© Matt Day

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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Lorenzo Tugnoli: The Little Book of Kabul

© Lorenzo Tugnoli

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

© Tom Stoddart

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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Ramon Zuliani: Documenting the Wild, Gritty and Dynamic World of Skateboarding

© Ramon Zuliani

An emerging photographer who lives near Venice, Italy, Ramon Zuliani has an abiding passion for two things: photography and skateboarding. Both are clearly evident in this masterfully executed portfolio of compelling black-and-white images he shot on film with his Leica M6. Here he shares the story behind his latest work, “Depth and Speed,” taken with [...]

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Julian Kröhl: Discovering Vietnam in Black-and-White

© Julian Kröhl

To remove the colorful palette from the lively markets of Vietnam may seem astounding, but Julian Kröhl’s series proves that it can be done. As a child, he walked around looking through the viewfinder of his grandfather’s analogue camera. Today, he studies communications design and works as a freelance photographer. At the beginning of the [...]

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Rolling Through the Shadows: Greg Hunt

© Greg Hunt

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. Q: How did you first get into skateboarding? A: My [...]

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Atiba Jefferson: LET US ROAM

© Arto Saari

“LET US ROAM” is an ongoing short film series that shows stories about photographers, artists, filmmakers and musicians inside of the skateboarding culture. Ray Barbee, Arto Saari, Greg Hunt and Atiba Jefferson are all featured with their own film. We previously spoke to Ray, Arto and Greg about their roles in the project. In the [...]

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Rolling Through the Shadows: Anthony Acosta

© Anthony Acosta

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: Anthony Acosta Age: 33 Hometown: Norwalk, CA Publication and [...]

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Damaso Reyes: Native New York, An Ongoing Visual Journey

A cutout of the Statue of Liberty guards a tree from dogs in Brooklyn. Photographed with a Leica M6 on Kodak Portra 400 film © Damaso Reyes

I belong to that seemingly rarest of species: the Native New Yorker. I was born and raised in the city, even going to college there. But since then I have spent most of my adult life wandering the globe, first living in Southeast Asia for a year and a half and for the last nine [...]

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Greg Hunt: LET US ROAM

© Weston Colton

“LET US ROAM” is an ongoing short film series that shows stories about photographers, artists, filmmakers and musicians inside of the skateboarding culture. Ray Barbee, Arto Saari, Greg Hunt and Atiba Jefferson are all featured with their own film. We previously spoke to Ray and Arto about their roles in the project. Here we speak [...]

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