Tag: photography workshop

  • Six Reasons to buy a 21mm lens for your Leica M

    Six Reasons to buy a 21mm lens for your Leica M

    Last week, you could read my review of the Voigtländer color-skopar 21/4. I explained that I use this lens for group shots in tight spaces, when my 28mm is too long. However, there are more and better reasons to buy a 21mm for your rangefinder camera. During the time that I was a writer and […]

  • A poor man’s Noctilux I

    A poor man’s Noctilux I

    The Leica M240 offers something we haven’t seen before: Live view! Although I thought I’d never use this feature when I bought the camera, I have found it to be incredible useful: when used with non-RF coupled lenses. I started my career in photography with a Minolta XD-7, also known as the XD-11. I needed […]

  • Introduction workshop on a sunny day

    Introduction workshop on a sunny day

    What does a typical introduction workshop look like? Well, because my clients are usually not yet very familiar with the M-system, I always begin with explaining how the rangefinder and the menus work. I also show them the differences between film Leicas, the M9 and the M240. After a few espressos we head out and, […]

  • Leica Masterclass

    Leica Masterclass

    You are the proud owner of a rangefinder camera and although you made some pretty good pictures, you think you can get more out of your camera. Focussing is not speedy enough and exposure isn’t always spot on either. This is what you’ll learn: Focussing quickly on static objects Focussing quickly on moving objects Using […]