Hamish’s guide to the rangefinder camera

Hamish Gill’s excellent guide to the rangefinder is well worth reading…..

Leica M10-D meets M3, Minox, Yashica Y35 and Epson R-D1

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....

North and South: The Leica X2 in Provence and Brittany

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

Leica D-Lux 7: Problems processing RWL files – monochrome output

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.

Leica M3: Film photography and a plate of Kaiserschmarrn

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

Leica Store Melbourne: Australia’s second site proves tempting

The second Leica Store in Australia has opened in Melbourne. Our on-the-spot correspondent, Jason Hannigan, went along to see if he could be tempted….

The Cinder Track: Where will it take you?

Dave and Liz pay another return visit to the Cinder Track in North Yorkshire…..

Red Rock, Red Dust and a Red Dot

I have lived in Australia for the past thirty-one years, and for the last few I have tried to get away once a year into a remote location to photograph some of Australia’s iconic landscapes….

Norway revisited after 51 years: A perspective of Vik

When John stood in the main street of Vik in 1967, he didn’t imagine that in 50 years’ time Norway would be rich on oil, nor that the locals would be driving around in electric cars…..

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