After interviewing Claire Atkinson, a budding, young British photographer, last December the Leica Blog has the opportunity to chat with her about her trip to Istanbul and her current and future projects. Q: What inspired your Istanbul project? A: For a while, every exhibition I went to or anything I read featured Istanbul in some […]
At the Tamarkin Photographica’s Auction, the Leica Gun was sold for $119,500 including Buyer’s fee, a world record for a Leica accessory.
A short but interesting review about the Leica M4-P, the great canadian Leica. A technical breakdown of the M4-P: The M4-P, known to some as the meter-less M6, was made from 1980 to 1986, in Midland, Canada, under the watchful eye of Walter Kluck, the president of Leica’s Midland Camera Factory. The M4-P was the […]
Eric Kim published a full Leica M9 review on his website and tells us, why he favored Leica.
The Global Editor for The Creators Project, Julia Kaganskiy shows her favorite spots in NYC as part of the place2be series: Conservatory Pond, Central Park I rarely make it out of the city, so when I’m in need of a little nature and a little fall foliage, Central Park provides the perfect escape. On one […]
“A Leica camera is a powerful thing. One touch can change your life.” with these wonderful words starts an interesting interview with Stefan Daniel Leica’s director of production management: Daniel was just 8 years old when he was first introduced to these classic cameras courtesy of his cousin, whose parents both worked at the Leitz […]
The 20th WestLicht camera auction was held on the 12th of November featuring 650 lots including cameras and photo works of Berenice Abbott, Richard Avedon, Henri-Cartier Bresson, Robert Capa, Robert Doisneau, Elliott Erwitt, Wilhelm von Gloeden, Philippe Halsman, Horst P. Horst, Germaine Krull, Mary Ellen Mark, Helmut Newton, August Sander, Jan Saudek , Bert Stern, […]