Posts Tagged ‘Leica MP’

Miguel Ruiz Jimenez: Looking for More Than Memories

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Miguel Ruiz Jimenez was born in Granada in 1980. He focuses exclusively on analog photography and processes all of his own work in the darkroom. Below, Alex Coghe interviews him about his process. Q: Miguel, how did you begin your story with photography? A: Everything was by chance. One morning in 2007, my brother was browsing [...]

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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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James Hudson: Anecdotal Street Photography In The Museum

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Born in Doncaster, England, James Hudson is an accomplished commercial photographer who uses the income derived primarily from documenting construction, building, and editorial projects to finance his passion for personal expression. In the late ’80s – early ’90s he worked as a BMX rider, appearing on the Paul Daniels Magic Show and regularly in 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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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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HB Nam: A Look Into Documenting Street Fashion Photography

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HB Nam, known as Nam in the international fashion world, is one of the leading photographers in street fashion photography. He works with the likes of ELLE France, Grazia Italy, GQ Japan, Vogue Japan and Style.com. We met with HB Nam for lunch at the end of 2014, just a few days before he left [...]

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John Langmore: Open Range – Photographing America’s Big Outfit Cowboys

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John Langmore is an Austin, Texas based photographer known for his long-term work on East Austin and Oaxaca, Mexico. He grew up in a family of great photographers  – most notably his father, Bank Langmore, who established himself as one of the preeminent photographers of the American West in the 1970s. A professional and committed photographer, John [...]

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Matt Stuart: Pedestrians at Photomonth

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A street photographer born in Harrow, North West London, in 1974, Matt Stuart has been shooting on the street with Leica cameras since 1996. Matt has been part of numerous solo & group exhibitions and was included in “Street Photography Now” published by Thames & Hudson in 2010. He is a member of the international [...]

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Greg Hunt: LET US ROAM

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“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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Flore-Aël Surun: “Walk in the Beauty!” Part Two

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“Walk in the Beauty!” (“Marche dans la beauté”) is an amorous correspondence between two photographers, Flore-Aël Surun and Pierre-Yves Brunaud. The first part of this interview can be read here. In this second chapter, Flore-Aël Surun – a French photographer born in 1975 and member of the Tendance Floue collective – traces her path on [...]

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Roger Coulam: Travelling Light

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For many years I carried around a huge backpack loaded with lots of things that I “might need.” The problem with this is that even the smallest bag or pack has the ability to act like Grannie’s magic handbag and can hold an incredible amount of “stuff.” The sides can be stretched, dividers cut, bent, [...]

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Daniel Zvereff: Meet The Stans

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Daniel Zvereff is a freelance designer, illustrator and photographer. He travels to the far corners of the world documenting his journeys through images and journals. Zvereff journeyed with a group of various skateboarders for the Meet The Stans video where the group traveled along the ancient Silk Road traversing China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan. [...]

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Do-Hoon Kim: An Inspired Amateur’s Love Affair with Photography And Leica Camera

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My name is Do-Hoon Kim. I was born in 1980 and I live in Korea. I work for a sports equipment importing business. I’m don’t really consider myself a professional photographer, but I love taking pictures and I do take commercial photographs for my company—they’re used in promoting the imported goods we sell. When I [...]

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José Antonio Martínez: Taking Photographs From Festivals To Morgues

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José Antonio Martínez graduated cum laude as an industrial designer from the Universidad Iberoamericana but has had a long career in photography. Martinez’s work is part of the collections of the Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle; of the Library of the University of Texas, Austin, United States, as well as The Manuel Alvarez Bravo Photographic Center in [...]

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Daniel Zvereff: Journals and Photographs of Uzbekistan

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Daniel Zvereff is a freelance designer, illustrator and photographer. He travels to the far corners of the world documenting his journeys through images and journals. Prior to entering Uzbekistan I was bombarded with all sorts of horror stories including rampant bribery, theft and corruption at the border. Interestingly enough, entering the country was the easiest [...]

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