Monthly Archives November 2011

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 […]

The London based photographer and blogger Jiri Rezac shares his thoughts about his new Leica M9 and he draws the right comparsion: if you shot with Leica the first time it is like wearing a Rolex after you’ve grown up with a Casio.

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 […]

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, […]