The Leica M10-P takes the traditional understatement of the M series to a new level. Connoisseurs will appreciate the fine distinctions between the M10-P and the M10. These include the quietest shutter of any M […]
My membership with LHSA – The International Leica Society has encouraged me to view my work with photography in a historical context and consider the value of image making in the time of mass information and r […]
I am now in early retirement and my spending ability is more limited, so I was extremely fortunate in that I was able to recently buy a used Leica T camera for about two-thirds less than the price of a new […]
In the years 1933 to 1935, Dr. Paul Wolff, with the advocacy and assistance of Ernst Leitz II, mounted his famous traveling exhibition of Leica images to popularize the Leica camera and its capabilities. The 200 […]
by Mark Bohrer
Don’t bring a knife to a gunfight, right?
Conventional wisdom says use a long lens for wildlife – at least 400mm, and longer is better for birds. And leave the short lenses at home?