Archive for the ‘Photographers’ Category

#LeicaFotopark: Markus Berger is Here, Where are You?

© Markus Berger

Leica Camera is celebrating the grand opening of Leica Fotopark, the online platform where you can discover, exchange, organize and create! This series examines the photographers who are the first members of the Leica Fotopark community and helped test the platform. Here, they share their thoughts and impressions. Markus Berger is an Austrian photographer who [...]

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Andrew Kaufman: Documenting the Disappearing Street Art of Wynwood

© Andrew Kaufman

Andrew Kaufman is an artist that doesn’t fit the mold of many of his contemporaries. He produces a tremendous amount of personal work, in every photographic format imaginable, and is really someone impossible to categorize. One day he might be shooting 6×7 for an ad client and the next 4×5 for a personal project. He [...]

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Mathias Heng: Finding Hope, A Testament to the Human Spirit

© Mathias Heng

Mathias Heng was born in Singapore and moved to Australia in the 1990s. He holds a master’s degree in photography and spends much of his time on assignments and conducting photo workshops. Much of his work is emotionally charged, a visual documentary narrative of conflicts and their effects on the civilian population, capturing key moments and [...]

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Meet the Leica Meet: Robert Mertens, Transformation and Motion

© Robert Mertens

This interview is part of a series in which Olaf Willoughby talks with Leica Meet members about their photographic projects, their stories, goals and learnings along the way. This month’s interview is with Robert Mertens, a photo artist who teaches Leica Akademie Masterclasses in Wetzlar. Robert’s exciting explorations into abstract and surreal imagery take us [...]

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Renato D’Agostin: The Beautiful Cliché

© Renato D'Agostin

Renato D’Agostin was born in 1983 and started his career in photography in Venice, Italy in 2001. In 2012, he traveled through the capitals of Western Europe. After a period in Milan where he worked with the production studio Maison Sabbatini, he moved overseas exploring photography in New York where he met Ralph Gibson and [...]

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Marius Eschweiler: Introducing Printing Service from #LeicaFotopark

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Leica Camera is celebrating the grand opening of Leica Fotopark, the online platform where you can discover, exchange, organize and create! Marius Eschweiler, Head of Imaging Services at Leica Camera, gives us an insider’s look at the creation of Fotopark and details its Print services. Q: Marius, what is your title and your relationship to [...]

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François Fontaine: Photograms of a Dream-Like Paris with the Leica X Vario, Part 1

© François Fontaine

Explore Paris with photographer François Fontaine, born in Paris in 1968 and equipped here with a Leica X Vario for a joint commission on the part of Starwood Luxury Collection and Leica Camera. On this visual tour, we shall journey through famous gardens and museums, but also little-known, offbeat Parisian spots, photographed in ways that [...]

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#LeicaFotopark: Rutger Pauw is Here, Where are You?

© Rutger Pauw

Leica Camera is celebrating the grand opening of Leica Fotopark, the online platform where you can discover, exchange, organize and create! This series examines the photographers who are the first members of the Leica Fotopark community and helped test the platform. Here, they share their thoughts and impressions. Rutger Pauw grew up around Rotterdam in [...]

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Ryoma Kashiwagi: An Artist’s View of Le Mans

© Ryoma Kashiwagi

Fascinated with photography and motor racing at a very young age, Ryoma Kashiwagi spent a dozen years as a successful photojournalist covering the Middle East before finding his true calling as a fine art fashion photographer. Here he shares the fascinating story of how he came to create “Le Mans Classic 2014,” a work that may [...]

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Gianluca Panella: Gaza Blackout’s Backstage

© Gianluca Panella

Born in Florence in 1976, Gianluca Panella, is a photographer who has recently been based in Jerusalem. In the course of this interview, he tells us about his journey towards a photojournalism that can fully integrate the author’s vision in rendering information. He also details the ideas and methods behind the creation of his “Gaza [...]

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David English: Reverberations

Manhattan Store Window #4 (Leica M Monochrom, 28 mm Summicron), © David English

What do music and photography have in common? Quite a lot, it turns out. You might think of one as moving and the other as static. However, photography — even within its fixed frame — can flow from one extreme to another. Or it can set up a pattern that repeats and evolves within the [...]

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Curt O. Schaller: Appreciating the Abstraction of Black and White

© Curt O. Schaller

Curt O. Schaller, cameraman, steadicam operator and photographer, works professionally on the development of the optimization of camera stabilizing systems and accessories, for camera accessories manufacturer Sachtler. He now photographs his catalog himself with a Leica M and his R lenses. While perfection in this case is central, when he works on his own projects [...]

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Claire Yaffa – Thoughts of Poets, Philosophers and Dreamers, Chapter 33

© Claire Yaffa

Claire Yaffa took her first photograph 48 years ago when her son was 18 months old and it was the beginning of her journey, first as a mother, then as a photographer. She has worked extensively for The New York Times and Associated Press. Her photographs have appeared in countless influential publications and have been [...]

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Frank Stewart: The Changing Face of Jazz

© Frank Stewart

Frank Stewart was born in Nashville, Tennessee and grew up in Memphis and Chicago. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago and received a BFA in photography. Stewart has had numerous solo and group shows at Cooper Union Gallery, Washington Project for the Arts, Studio Museum in Harlem, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, [...]

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Oliver Richter: Mountain Hiking with the V-Lux

© Oliver Richter

An instructor at the Leica Akademie, Oliver Richter is involved with courses focusing on picture composition; his main work, however, deals with all the outdoor workshops and experiential travel. Whenever he has a chance, he heads outdoors with a Leica S in his rucksack. But when he recently went on a hike in the mountains, [...]

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