Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Leica Q strip-down: Now put it all back together again

If you have half a day to spare, get out your magnetic screwdriver and dismantle your £4,000 Leica Q into a pile of spare parts and tiny screws. It's therapeutic.

Bunker Mentality: The PM, four pennies and a red telephone box

Britain's war planning in 1962 involved four pennies, a red telephone box and the Automobile Association, according to a new book by Peter Hennessy.

Fuji enchantment at Chatsworth House

Chatsworth is regarded as one of the foremost stately homes in the United Kingdom, combining architecture and landscaping in an incredible setting. It's one of David Bailey's favourite haunts and here he leads you through the Chatsworth story.

From Wetzlar with UPS

A parcel from Wetzlar? What could it be. Cue: Imagination run riot.

Magical mystery tour of villages, byways and Bugattis

I didn't know where I was going. i'd forgotten. So I input the postcode and set out on a magical mystery tour of the south-west Midlands. Along the way I met a Bugatti or two....

Munich Olympics 1972 Crisis: How I became the only photographer in the village

After a decade of dodging bullets in war zones, Don thought the 1972 Munich OIympics would be strenuous but fun. He got more than he bargained for....

Biggles and the Red Barons in National Waiters’ Race

When the Tray Busters met the Red Barons, a skirmish over a bottle of water

Wetzlar camera auction on October 5 — catalogue available

The first Wetzlar Camera auction, organised by world-renowned expert and local dealer, Lars Netopil, takes place on October 5, 2019.

Photographers’ playground at Whitby steampunk festival

Never a dull moment in Whitby. From Dracula and Goths to steam punk, there's lots to exercise your shutter at this North Yorkshire seaside resort