Category: Leica

Written in Ice – The Leica camera Blog

You can buy a cheap camera, go to great places, and when you bring back memories of your moments with a person or whatever, they will maybe live forever; but, do you want to have a bad picture or a good one? I’ve decided to always have the best I can. For example, I went to Greenland and flew over its blue lakes before most people did; but I had a bad lens I’d borrowed from a friend. So, I had to return a second time, and flying over the glaciers again cost me a lot more money. So, don’t ever go to take photographs you’re not passionate about; and, do it with a good camera. Otherwise you’ll be disappointed your whole life. Take the best, and spend a little more money to get the pictures you’ll be pleased with for the rest of your life. There are moments that won’t come back, but that could live forever.

Link:
https://www.leica-camera.blog/2019/11/13/icebreaker/

An Afternoon at The Ritz – The Leica camera Blog

As a moderate wide-angle prime, the new APO-Summicron-SL 35 f/2 ASPH. is a universal lens. Its fast autofocus, robust construction and exceptional imaging quality make it a go-to lens for all areas of photography. It also couples beautifully to the Leica SL-System and has been conceived for a long working life under professional shooting conditions.

Link:
https://www.leica-camera.blog/2019/03/11/road-testing-the-new-35mm-sl-prime-lens/