Optional Marburg Tour (Saturday, October 6 – $80 USD)*
You can look forward to a visit to a very charming old city with LHSA!
Marburg, only a short distance from Wetzlar by bus, is a very interesting old city […]
This historical significance and impact Oskar Barnack had on photography cannot be underestimated! Not only was he instrumental in producing the Leica camera; he also had a profound impact on the film […]
It all started with the Leica II of 1932 and it’s been going on ever since.
Back in 1931, 6 years after the original Leica I (or A) was unveiled, Leitz introduced a threaded lens mount measuring 39mm x 26tpi ( […]
In this installment of the LHSA “How To” video series, Rebecca Memoli, shares her 5 tips on how to edit your photographs for an exhibition, portfolio or online gallery. Rebecca is a Chicago-based artist and […]
In this installment of the LHSA “How To” video series, LHSA’s Executive Director, Richard Rejino, shares his 5 tips on getting the most out of your Leica Society Membership. In addition to his LHSA duties, […]
Death Valley National Park was dedicated in 1933 by President Herbert Hoover and at 3.3 million acres (13,300 km2) is one of the largest in the Park Service. Straddling eastern California and western Nevada, […]
In 2008 Dr. Kisselbach’s important book “Barnacks Erste Leica” was published, but only in a German-language edition. The next year, I wrote a review of that book for Viewfinder (Vol. 42, No. 3, 2009, pp 8-10) […]
My review of Patrick’s book, Seafarers, accompanies his story and images of his travels on three container ships of the Hapag-Lloyd line. Seafarers is the result of the images and experiences Patrick had e […]
During the many years I was able to do restoration and rebuilding of historic aircraft one day a week at the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks CT, a number of situations arose where visitors had actually had […]
The 1930 Photo Post Catalog illustrates a tiny masking device fitting over the 5cm viewfinder of the Leica C. The opening at the front of the mask is configured to cover the field of view of the 13.5cm 1:4.5 […]
In 2016 Leica started reissuing their old legendary lenses with the first one of this series being the Summaron-M 28mm f/5.6 and later followed with this new version of the Thambar, the Leica Thambar-M 90mm […]
In this installment of the LHSA “How To” video series, LHSA member, Dan Tamarkin of Tamarkin Camera, shares his 5 tips on starting your Leica collection. Dan has been collecting cameras all of his life. In […]
As a valued member, we’re sharing an exciting time-sensitive membership offer.
We hope you’re enjoying your Leica Society membership. As you know, the Leica journey is most meaningful when the experiences are sha […]