Its been a while, several months in fact since my last post, a lot has happened and yet nothing has happened, life has happened, I am older, (fifty two), I have rediscovered skateboards and BMX, yes you read it right! my body aches in protest and eyebrows are raised as I pass by on two … More Well life certainly got in the way
Well since my last post not much has happened, well not from a photography point of view, life with its ups and downs has got in the way! Anyway, hopefully tomorrow l shall get out and about with my leica I really need to start project 52, watch this space…….
Lurking around a certain auction site this evening and the little beauty, (see below), popped up and at a super cheap price too, a nice way to round off ones birthday. So as l type l am one very happy chap indeed! Circa 1932, (ish), this 5cm, (50mm) lens is a m39 LTM mount lens … More Leitz 50mm Elmar, a birthday surprise!
Rangefinders allow me to grab moments that louder, ‘bigger’ cameras do not:
In a world full of DSLR’s, a world full of bells and whistles, you may ask, ‘why use an analogue rangefinder camera from the 1950s’, a camera such as the Leica M2. There are many… Source: Why use rangefinder cameras?
In a world full of DSLR’s, a world full of bells and whistles, you may ask, ‘why use an analogue rangefinder camera from the 1950s‘, a camera such as the Leica M2. There are many reasons why I use rangefinder cameras, like my leica M2, (pictured above), for one they are fun to use, coupled … More Why use rangefinder cameras?
Still and remote, something calls from within the mist Source: Plyground Fog
Still and remote, something calls from within the mist
Born and bread near the Tyne, fog has always heralded the arrival of autumn and seems ever present through the dark winter months, it creates its own palate and offers a challenge to those attempti… Source: Fog on the Tyne