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Official information from tomorrow, but wanted to share this info a bit earlier for you guys.

 

Helsinki based photographer Jussi Hellsten starts as Foka's Leica T ambassador.

30th of April starts new era for Finland based photographer Jussi Hellsten when he unites with Finnish Leica importer Foka to but the Leica T to real work stress test. New blog All The Light introduces Hellsten’s work done with Leica T camera.

 

Hellsten is currently working with a year long project HELSINKI365, where he documents everyday life in Helsinki together with Helsinki Marketing Ltd. Hellsten conducted HELSINKI365 first time in 2012, and his main tool back then was Leica M9-P. Now when to project relaunched in November 2013, his main tool had been upgraded to Leica M (Typ 240). The new Leica T is natural continuity for exploring Helsinki through the Leica camera.


“Most of the time I shoot a lot more than just one photo that is used in the HELSINKI365 project. This blog’s intention is also to feature those photos, taken with Leica T, that are left outside the final selection”, tells Hellsten."

 

Jussi Hellsten is Helsinki, Finland based commercial photographer, cinematographer and film editor."

 

All The Light - Leica T: All The Light

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