November 28, 2016

A snap a day: Q&A with Woody Campbell

 Every day since 16 October 2009, Woody Campbell has taken a photograph and posted it online - a practice he intends to continue for the rest of his life. Here, we chat with the photographer about his favourite cameras and what keeps him motivated...

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November 22, 2016

Olly and Suzi on Leica M6 film cameras

The British collaborative artists extol the virtues of Leica's classic rangefinder...

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November 11, 2016

Andrew Renneisen: American life through a lens

The documentary photographer and winner of the Ian Parry 2016 Achievement Award talks conflict, criminality and his experience of using a Leica M..

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October 27, 2016

Leica icons: James Dean by Dennis Stock

In the first in a series on some of the most memorable photographs taken on a Leica, Rob Ryan looks at Stock's 1955 image of Dean walking through Times Square...

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October 20, 2016

William Eggleston

It’s officially called Untitled, but anyone with an interest in American cinema will recognise that half-profile in a heartbeat. It’s Dennis Hopper, star of Easy Rider and Blue Velvet, behind the wheel, shot in the early seventies... View full article →
October 05, 2016

A PICTURE IN TIME: JIM MARSHALL

Jim Marshall photographed the world's biggest rock stars. Here, designer John Varvatos and photographer Mick Rock pay tribute to their friend and creator of some of music's most memorable images...

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October 03, 2016

SOUND AND VISION

 

Rob Ryan talks to Chris Maas and Billy Cobham, two drummers who truly embrace the space where music meets image...

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July 19, 2016

Q&A WITH ASH KINGSTON

The photographer, whose credits include Wonderland and GQ, was recently let loose in London with the new Leica Sofort. Here, he tells us about the results – and about his beginnings, his inspirations and his favourite photo...

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