New Soul. Shot with Leica Jim Marshall Monochrom M246 and 75mm Summicron APO. Erwin Puts - the famous Leica writer/publisher of many Leica famous books has publicly announced that he’s no longer working on anymore Leica material. His exact words are ‘The company has sketched a future and follows a path that I am no longer willing to go.’ Interestingly he says that Leica has now become a software company and has lost its soul, Panasonic and Huawei’s DNA are now everywhere and the true heart and soul like the Leica M are no longer the main focus, instead products like the Q and the SL have become the new soul and they are no different from any other manufacturer. Harsh words from one of the biggest Leica fans for 35 years. Words are easy, but he’s willing to put his money where his mouth is and stop producing more materials which are sure best sellers, indeed speak volumes................#🔴 #leica#leicamonochrom#summicron75
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Here's a throwback to those warm days and soft Summer light courtesy of Troy Baird (@troyplease), captured with the Leica M3. Discover the timelessness of the Leica M-System for yourself via the bio link and let us know what you'll be shooting this weekend in the comments below!
“Em bé Napalm” của nhiếp ảnh gia Nick Út mới đây đã được bình chọn là bức ảnh tin tức ấn tượng nhất 50 năm qua của kênh truyền hình History.
Bức ảnh nổi tiếng này được phóng viên ảnh Nick Út chụp năm 1972 sử dụng Leica M2, sau đó nhanh chóng được lan tỏa rộng rãi và được đánh giá góp phần kết thúc cuộc chiến tranh Việt Nam. Năm 1973, “Em bé Napalm” được trao giải báo chí danh giá Pulitzer.
Nick Ut’s photo: “The Napalm Girl” has been voted the most powerful news image of the last 50 years in a new survey of History TV channel.
This famous photograph, taken by photojournalist Nick Ut in 1972 with Leica M2, was published around the world and is credited for having helped end the Vietnam War. In 1973, “The Napalm Girl” won The Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography.
Leica M10-D and MS Optics 50/1.0 Green. I contemplated pairing this green lens with brass or titanium camera but decided to be kind to the little green alien as MS has, as always, produced quite exciting lenses, and this time in more ways than one. First the green is obviously subjective but at least it’s unique, it’s lighter and milkier than Leica’s olive or safari green but goes well with it and any black camera. More importantly this time MS no longer put any coma or focus adjustment right on the lens 🎉 finally we have a lens that stays focused where it’s been intended and easy to use. Image quality will be reviewed in later posts but first impression is it’s usable wide open which is a good start. Tip on the filter, even though the spec reads 55mm, not all 55mm filter will fit, but surprising most 67mm filter fits on the hood nicely. It wouldn’t be Miyazaki San if there were no surprises..................#🔴 #leica#leicam#msoptics
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