Painting with light: The
#LeicaQ2Monochrom sensor features make sure only the pure light levels are captured and rendered sharper.
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Photography is a matter of perspective.
Siegfried Hansen finds visual compositions in the colors and lines of everyday life. This series with the
#LeicaQ2Monochrom focuses on the graphic relationships and formal connections within one frame.
''One automatically and consciously concentrates only on subjects that would also only come into their own in black and white, without being distracted by a colorful environment.'' -Fabian Reichenbach
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#LeicaQ2Monochrom here: https://bit.ly/3iN8xWs
''You try to imagine the environment, certain structures, shapes, image details and even the final result in monochrom in your inner eye beforehand.'' -Fabian Reichenbach
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#LeicaQ2Monochrom here: https://bit.ly/3oYAP3Q
Fabian Reichenbach with the
Stretch your creativity and shoot black-and-white photography. Take photos in high-contrast settings to create a unique range of toning.
#Salyut1W was one of the first Soviet space cameras & was designed for the Soyuz 4 space mission where commander Vladimir Shatalov flew the Soyuz 4 by himself & after a successful docking, brought the crew safely home. More: https://bit.ly/3llff7w #LeitzPhotographicaAuctionpic.twitter.com/PVQk3vqFSA
A prototype M Summarit 1.4/5cm will also make an appearance at the 39th
#LeitzPhotographicaAuction. This lens shows some of the characteristics of the early prototype Summarit 1.4/50mm lenses. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3AVY5mq pic.twitter.com/0zM0JtVvUj
#LeicaM3 black paint, the 39th #LeitzPhotographicaAuction offers yet another sought-after black paint #LeicaCamera from the fifties. The camera is in excellent, unrestored condition and comes with an original Swedish invoice from 1960! More: https://bit.ly/39Vst4g pic.twitter.com/9HzGMK5DKd
The legend of the
#LeicaMP began at the “Photokina” fair in Cologne in 1956 when the camera was introduced. Shown here is the Leica MP black paint no.55, which remains in beautiful condition. For a closer look: https://bit.ly/3kR8EBI
The 39th camera auction of the renowned auction house "Leitz Photographica Auction" will be held on November 20th in Vienna this year. Featuring various unique collector's items, bidders from over 100 countries are expected to participate. For more: https://bit.ly/3AVY2qK
Experience the world of photography at The Ernst Leitz Museum! The reopened museum offers four newly designed experience zones that give visitors a taste of all there is to catch up on and uncover. Open Mon.- Sun. from 10 am to 6 pm.
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Did you know that only around a dozen of the Leica 0-Series cameras have survived until today? As a highlight to celebrate the reopening of The Ernst Leitz Museum, visitors will be able to see an original
#Leica 0-Series camera #105, owned by Oskar Barnack himself.
The Ernst Leitz Museum in Leitz-Park Wetzlar is celebrating its reopening! After the completion of extensive alterations based on an innovative and interactive museum concept, a modern museum of photography is now ready to open its doors on October 1st. Stay tuned!
The first Thambar-M was released in 1935 and even today, this lens is still an exciting contrast to the sharp rendition of lenses. Series by Mark de Paola.
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''I shoot Leica because of its unobtrusive nature.'' -Mark de Paola with the Thambar M-Lens. These romantic aesthetics are not only unmatched by any other lens to this day, but also impossible to replicate in digital post-processing.pic.twitter.com/P2F2lpyrtS
Blinded by Beauty.
The Thambar-M allows photographers to experience the unique characteristics of this classic lens; or as the Greek would say, ‘me thambose me teen omorfia tis’ – 'to be blinded by beauty.'
Discover the look here: https://bit.ly/2X1uM2H