Friday, April 10, 2020

Joel Meyerowitz on the Leica X Vario

Joel Meyerowitz - My Life with Leica (take one) from Leica Camera on Vimeo. The Leica X Vario. Hit or miss? You know...

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mk.II and a bunch of lenses


A chat, I thought, but I ended up with a box of Olympus goodies to borrow for two weeks…..

Croatia with the Leica X Vario: Velika Paklenica Gorge and Valley


Paklenica National Park — Part one of a series of adventures in Croatia with the Leica X Vario

An Apple for lunch keeps the Daleks away


Ladies wot lunch — but sparse fare, just a couple of Apples. John wonders what they are both thinking....

Scotland’s rivers bask in record temperatures

If you enjoyed Paul Glendell's article on the Xpan Leica yesterday you should take a look at this article on the BBC news site...

Cathedral Photo Store: Nearer my Leica to thee

Not only did the Germans build an ugly railway station cheek by jowl with the wonderful Cathedral, they have allowed a camera...

Discipline: One camera, one lens, one year. Not for the faint of heart


Reader Stephen Jenner, a prolific MacFilos commenter, has just finished his OCOLOY experiment. OCOLOY stands for one camera, one lens, one year. The original concept was set out my Mike Johnston of The Online Photographer: A Leica Barnack camera and lens, one roll of B&W film per week developed at Costco (for US participants) for one year.

Train and manspotting on God’s Wonderful Railway


The Great Western Railway's 111-year-old Old Oak Common maintenance depot is on death row. So 18,000 fans paid a visit last Saturday. They were just as interesting as the trains.....

Black Paint Leicas: Much ado about nothing?


Is it worth paying a premium for a black-paint M3 or M4?

Visiting the Leica factory with the M6TTL in hand


Claus made an impromptu visit to the new Leitz Park at Wetzlar. And what better camera to have in hand than his new Leica M6 TTL?