Posts Tagged ‘M Monochrom’

Simon Puschmann: Pursuing the Fine Art of Serendipity

© Simon Puschmann

An acclaimed commercial photographer expresses his personal vision and refreshes his eye by capturing the unexpected as it happens and transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. Simon Puschmann is an award-winning commercial photographer who transcends the concept of photographic categories. For more than 20 years, he has been creating his own brand of dramatic, unexpected [...]

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Scott Morvay: Exploring the Synergy Between the Creative and Technical

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Scott Morvay is originally from New Jersey and now lives in Florida. He graduated from Temple University where he studied broadcasting. After college, he started his own production company and has worked with TV networks, corporate clients and voice talent all around the world. He now works as an international fashion photographer and spends his [...]

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David English: Sweet 16

Fashion Show Mall (Leica M Monochrom, 16mm Tri-Elmar) © David English

Did you know that Leica makes a 16 mm lens for the M-series camera? It’s hidden inside the Wide-Angle Tri-Elmar. The Wide-Angle Tri-Elmar can be set for 16, 18, or 21 mm, but it’s the 16 mm setting that’s most interesting, because Leica doesn’t manufacture a 16 mm M-mount prime lens. So how does the [...]

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Alexander von Wiedenbeck: The Obsession and Freedom to Create

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Alexander von Wiedenbeck started photographing in 2004. In 2012, he left everything behind and started the production on OBSESSION FOR FREEDOM. Below, Alexander describes this project and his use of the Leica M Monochrom. Q: How would you describe your photography? A: My photography is real and one on one. For me it is important [...]

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Antonio Sánchez-Barriga: Showing Everyday Life in Jamaica with the Leica M Monochrom

© Antonio Sánchez-Barriga

Antonio Sánchez-Barriga was born in 1948 in Jerez de los Caballeros, a small town in Extremadura in Spain. His passion for photography began when he received his first camera as a present from his father and took a photography course by mail when he was 10 years old. He is presently the Curator of the [...]

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John Thawley: Birthplace to the Blues

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Photographer John Thawley is best known for his automobile racing and sports photography and is the official photographer for the Trans Am Series. In addition to being a full-time photographer, John Thawley owns Creative Communications Group, a company specializing in graphic design for print and electronic online applications. Thawley’s racing images have been featured in print [...]

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Andy Siddens: Documenting Istanbul with the Leica M Monochrom

© Andy Siddens

Andy Siddens was born in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England in the late 1960s. After leaving a job in information technology, he now currently resides in Paris where he is working as a photographer and obtaining a degree in photography with the Open College of the Arts. He has had work [...]

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Daniel Zvereff: Alaska and the Yukon

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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. A heavy wind knocks me over and pins me to the ground, bringing me eye to eye with a small, striped chipmunk who scurries by uninterested. When the wind decides to briefly let up, I [...]

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Daniel Maissan: Photographing with a Focus on Social Causes

© Daniel Maissan

Q: Let me say, I love your blog. Do you think nowadays a blog is useful for a professional photographer? Also, is your blog a part of the activity to present your vision and your work as a photographer? A: I think a blog is useful for any type of job. It’s a way to [...]

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David English: Classic Wide Monochrom

Sidewalk Shadows #2 (Leica M Monochrom, 28 mm Summicron)  © David English

Lenses can be like old friends. You love them dearly, but — for some reason or another — you may lose contact with them. On renewing the relationship, everything often falls back into place, as though the intervening years had never happened. The Leica 28 mm Summicron-M has been that sort of lens for me. [...]

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Daniel Zvereff: Svalbard

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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. The sun follows the horizon line in a circle, giving 24 hours of light, and the surrounding mountains each take their turn to be in it. I wander along trails of [...]

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Marc Erwin Babej: Africanae

Cistern,  © Marc Erwin Babej

Sarra in the Roman Theater in Dougga Scene 1: The Villa in Carthage. Trabelsi Village Raoua Mariem and her Falcon Cherifa Framed (Entr’acte) Scene 2: The Successors. The Capitol of Dougga In the Cisterns of Carthage Sword and Shield (On Stage at the Roman Theater in Dougga) TV Time Out of the Sea Foam: At [...]

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Daniel Zvereff: Arkhangelsk, Russia

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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. Twenty-one hours north by train towards Arkhangelsk, near the Arctic Circle, and winter weather resumes. I find myself enjoying the warmth of the long underwear I had packed away in my [...]

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Daniel Zvereff: Tasiilaq, Greenland

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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. The helicopter pilot looks back and nonchalantly yells, “The weather is very bad! We may have to turn back.” Comforting… The black ocean below is littered with broken ice that is [...]

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Fred Mortagne: a.k.a FrenchFred: Putting Skaters in their Environment and Beyond, Part 2

© Fred Mortagne

Here is the second part of our interview with renowned skateboarding filmmaker and cameraman, Fred Mortagne (a.k.a. FrenchFred). He shares more images taken with the Leica M Monochrom and his career as a photographer. Read part one here. Q: These pictures were taken with a Leica Monochrom. What are your impressions of this camera? A: [...]

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