What we now call 'street' has been a part of photography since the earliest days. In the past ten years it has been repackages as a genre
Dan Baker took his Leica M10 and a couple of lenses to New York City for an educational foray into street photography.
Kevin explores the parts of London’s river that visitors seldom see. It’s a hidden hinterland of peace, reflection and the occasional treasure away from the bustle of a capital city
Jean looks back at Leica's first digital M, the crop-sensor M8
The second of two articles in which Kevin takes his Leica X Vario to Brick Lane for some street photography; this time he explores the markets.
Another brilliant review of the new Leica SL2 by Thomas Berger. Thomas had the opportunity to use the camera before release and, as a professional photography, took a hard look at it in comparison with the first SL and the Hasselblad X1D medium-format camera.
There's a club for everything. And the classic Hillman marque is kept alive by a group of enthusiasts who met last weekend at Brooklands Museum, near London
Big sensor, small sensor, big camera, small camera: The decision process becomes acute when you have to carry all your gear at ultra-high altitudes. Wayne made the choice in the early days of digital photography.
A Kodak Vest-Pocket camera was lost on Everest 95 years ago. If it is ever found it could prove that the mountain was conquered some 30 years earlier than the history books say.
Two fixed-lens APS-C cameras, one from Germany, one from Japan. Both have an enviable reputation as travel companions.