Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

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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Ola Haugen by Nils Thune

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The farmer Ola Haugen was born in 1941. He has lived all his life on Haugen farm in Skogbygda in Vågå. Ola took over the farm from his parents in 1979. He is still a bachelor. Ola lives a simple life. I met Ola by chance. It was his farmhouse that made me exit the [...]

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Tom Tautz: An Island Against The Light

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Born in 1975 in Wolfsburg, Germany,Tom Tautz, is the son of two successful advertising photographers. Not surprisingly he has a natural affinity for the visual arts but he didn’t really take up photography seriously until he had left home. By an amazing combination of innate talent and good of good luck he became the CEO [...]

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Flash by Lenny Kravitz

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In “Flash,” Lenny Kravitz captures the essence of what it’s like to be a rock star who’s constantly in the public eye. The result is an intense exploration of the photographer and his subject. This thrilling collection documents Kravitz’s world tours, offering a rare record of the nomadic musical life. After premiering at Leica Gallery Los Angeles, [...]

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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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Haoming Wang: Anzac Day

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Anzac Day /ˈænzæk/ is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand that broadly commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders “who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations” and “the contribution and suffering of all those who have served.” Observed on April 25 each year, Anzac Day was originally to [...]

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Meet the Leica Meet: Tom Woods, Ghost Towns

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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 Tom Woods, a photographer based in Boulder, Colorado. From travelling the area in his father’s Ford Galaxie 500 as a child, to [...]

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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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HG Esch: A Bird’s Eye View of China with the Leica S

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Opening today, images of China taken from a bird’s eye perspective, will be on display at the Chinese Embassy in Berlin. The exhibit will then move to the Chinese Cultural Centre on June 16 where they will be open to the public. In addition to historic pictures taken by aviation pioneer Count Wulf-Diether Graf zu [...]

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Alex Habermehl: Copenhagen with the Leica Q

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Alex Habermehl was one of the few photographers given the chance to test out the new Leica Q before it was launched. Born in 1975, Habermehl took over a photo studio in Frankfurt after he had finished his training. The photographer chose downtown Copenhagen for the first field trip he took with the Q-System. Q: [...]

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Lisa Kutzelnig and Richard Schabetsberger: Gaisberg Races 2015

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Lancia, Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Ferrari, Porsche, BMW, Aston Martin, Mercedes, AC Cobra, Iso Rivolta, Lotus, Jaguar, Jensen, Sunbeam, Bristol, Bentley, and so on… on June 3rd, top-class auto mobile VIPs, with their equally top-class, rare vintage beauties (built until 1969) came together to present their sports, touring and racing cars to thousands of old timer [...]

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Meet the Leica Meet: Jono Slack, The Spring Dream

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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 Jono Slack, an entrepreneur and a beta tester for Leica. Jono was born and brought up in St Ives, Cornwall. His mother Janet was [...]

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Darren Centofanti: Finding the Gold in the Magic Carpet

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Here is the captivating tale of how a young Australian advertising and fashion photographer on assignment for an insightful client created a transcendent and heartfelt documentary on the ancient tradition of rug making in rural India. Q: Can you provide us some background information on your India rug images and where they were taken? A: [...]

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Jack English: Exploring Los Angeles in Black-and-White

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Jack English, born in 1948, is a photographer, known for his work in the film and music industry. Before becoming a full-time photographer, he worked for oil companies in Madagascar, Nigeria and rigs in the North Sea and as a stylist in the 1970s and 1980s. English’s interest in photography grew from a longstanding love of [...]

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Alexander Bietz: Two One-Of-A-Kind Cameras for a Good Cause

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Back in March 2015, the charitable organization Kinderlachen e. V. received a check of over 5000 euros, the result of a fundraiser where Leica had agreed to double any donations received. Now, on June 13, two one-of-a-kind cameras – a Leica M and an M-E based on designs created by school children from Dortmund – [...]

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