Posts Tagged ‘Peter McCollough’

Peter McCollough: Ideas for Breaking Out of a Creative Drought

© Peter McCollough

Fellow Leica users and enthusiasts, Creative droughts are natural, but it’s good to have the ability to get yourself out of them sooner rather than later. One way to help facilitate that is to write your future-self a letter. So I thought I’d try to gather all the pieces of advice that have stuck with [...]

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Peter McCollough: Embracing A New Direction

© Peter McCollough

On my way to work I pass by the SFMOMA where a large banner announces the new Garry Winogrand exhibit. More banners with his name and a photograph decorate the lampposts along the street. Busses drive by carrying the same photograph of a woman flinging her hair as a car passes by. I walk through [...]

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Peter McCollough: The Town Of Iqaluit

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Last year on an assignment for Facebook Stories I had the opportunity to travel to the small town of Iqaluit, the capital of the Nunavut territory in Arctic Canada. The population of Iqaluit is very low, about 7,000 people – 60% of whom are ethnically Inuit. The town is quiet, small, the community is tightly [...]

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Peter McCollough: Review of Leica Super-Elmar-M 21mm f/3.4 Lens

© Peter Earl McCollough

When Leica asked me to do a test review of the new Super-Elmar-M 21mm f/3.4 lens I was a little surprised because I’m not a particularly technical photographer, but I was excited for the opportunity. Then I thought about how wide a 21mm lens is and began imagining the bending horizons and distorted faces I [...]

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Introducing Peter Earl McCollough: LOOK3 Guest Series

© Peter McCollough

Join us in following Peter Earl McCollough’s project as it unfolds this year with the M9, his first time using not only a Leica camera but also using manual focus. Peter is bringing us along this journey as he familiarizes himself with the camera, immerses himself in his work and lets the pieces unravel… This [...]

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