The Leica blog has published the next part of the "Back to Kyrgyzstan" series. It shows the French photographer Jean Gaumy Magnum on his journey through the Central Asian landlocked country. With him: The new Leica M.
In this video the French Magnum photographer Jean Gaumy presents the first official shots taken with the new Leica M.
Bruce Gilden traveled to Florida as part of Magnum Photo's Postcards from America Project.
The Leica Blog presents the first part of the Interview with Robert Turi who has shot fashion, swimwear, portraits, landscapes and automobiles. He recently switched to a Leica X1 for much of his work: Q: What characteristics of the Leica X1 do you find most useful in your work and how does it compare with [...]
The second part of the interview with the Warsaw based photojournalist Krystian Maj: Q: Your almost surreal image showing a random bunch of overturned bicycles in the foreground with a mass of indistinct people in the background is enigmatic, but seems to suggest conflict and disorder. Where and how did you shoot it, what event [...]
Kai Wiesinger “Wunderkinder” from Leica Camera on Vimeo. The German actor Kai Wiesinger documenting the production from the movie “Wunderkinder” with his Leica M8. His love of photography Kai Wiesinger inherited from his father who worked as a reporter. via Kai Wiesinger: Wunderkinder
On The Leica Blog Alvise Zambon an emerging young photographer shares the story of his excellent adventure and his thoughtful views on the creative process of photography. Q: You mentioned that you used your Leica M6 during your recent New York City project. What lenses did you use? A: The basic ones, a 50mm f/2 [...]
is an installation of eight slide projectors displaying images by eight photographers:
A look at New York City ten years after the tragic events of September 11, 2001
The prize is awarded to photographers who have rendered outstanding service to the Leica brand.