Phil Coomes, a keen Leica enthusiast and curator of The Leica Society’s Circle D monthly photographic competition, has just completed a magnificent photo essay on rural fuel stations for the BBC website.
Most of us can remember our first damera. But how many can think of the first photograph taken with that camera. John takes us back to 1960 and his first outing with the Halina 35X…..
Kevin continues his exploration of the Paklenica National Park in Croatia
Mike remembers his first proper camera — after a series of hand-me-down Box Brownies and Kodak folders — and how much it cost him....
Our Leica X1 ambassador has nurtured a secret lust for a long zoom. It’s an itch he has scratched for just a few dollars, with Fuji as the surprise newcomer to the Shingleton stable.
Hamish Gill’s excellent guide to the rangefinder is well worth reading…..
A digital camera with no screen but with a dummy wind-on lever? David introduces the M10-D to some curiosities from the past — plus one of the most iconic cameras ever made....
After a long relationship with his minimalistic Ricoh GR, Jean is growing closer to his second-hand Leica X2. This summer he took it as his sole camera on a tour of France, from south to north
It looks like Lightroom currently doesn’t like the new Leica D-Lux 7, despite its Panasonic sibling having been on the market for several months. RWL files are currently processing in monochrome, so beware.
Film photography has now cult status among young whipper-snappers. Mike found a 60-year-old M3 outfit in 20-something hands while enjoying a plate of Kaiserschmarrn at the Gendarmenmarkt Christmas market