April 10, 2012
#Leica #Photography : KING OF HONG KONG. The story behind that picture, it’s a buzzing city with big financial centers next to the family-run printer where husband and wife produce business cards on an old Heidelberg press. Touch the image to read more …

#Leica #Photography : KING OF HONG KONG. The story behind that picture, it’s a buzzing city with big financial centers next to the family-run printer where husband and wife produce business cards on an old Heidelberg press. Touch the image to read more …

December 20, 2011
#Photography: The #Leica M9 was the fourth Leica camera to utilize KODAK CCDs, building on Kodak’s earlier support of the Leica Digital Module-R (DMR), the Leica M8 (Leica’s first digital rangefinder camera), and the new Leica S2. The M9 is packing the Kodak KAF-18500 CCD, which is an 18.5 MP full frame (24x36mm) sensor exclusively developed for the M9. Click on the image to read more …

#Photography: The #Leica M9 was the fourth Leica camera to utilize KODAK CCDs, building on Kodak’s earlier support of the Leica Digital Module-R (DMR), the Leica M8 (Leica’s first digital rangefinder camera), and the new Leica S2. The M9 is packing the Kodak KAF-18500 CCD, which is an 18.5 MP full frame (24x36mm) sensor exclusively developed for the M9. Click on the image to read more …

November 26, 2011
#Leica #Photography View the slideshow from the Overgaard Advanced Workshop in Sydney, Australia. Click on the image to watch.Photo by Thorsten Overgaard 

#Leica #Photography View the slideshow from the Overgaard Advanced Workshop in Sydney, Australia. Click on the image to watch.

Photo by Thorsten Overgaard 

November 23, 2011
#Leica #Photography View the slideshow from the Overgaard Advanced Workshop in Sydney, Australia. Click on the image to watch.Photo by Thorsten Overgaard, Sydney November 2011

#Leica #Photography View the slideshow from the Overgaard Advanced Workshop in Sydney, Australia. Click on the image to watch.

Photo by Thorsten Overgaard, Sydney November 2011

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