The Leica M3 and SL in Tokyo, Analog and Digital by Michael Hood

The Leica M3 and SL in Tokyo, Analog and Digital by Michael Hood Last July I spent three weeks in the metropolis of Tokyo, Japan. I walked the streets for hours each day looking for interesting people, places and details. I created a series “Lotus Pond” and published them on my site at: Digital:https://www.mjhoodphoto.com/portfolio/C0000Lh3FeurucXE/G00007oiajauIL6IAnalogue:https://www.mjhoodphoto.com/portfolio/C0000Lh3FeurucXE/G0000Sk4PxELFwVwA short…

Trans-Pecos Festival of Love + Music By Chad Wadsworth

Trans-Pecos Festival of Love + Music By Chad Wadsworth Chad Wadsworth has photographed the world of music for over a decade and is a Red Bull Global photographer and Sony Artisan of Imagery – you can view his website here and instagram here. Chad visited this year’s Trans-Pecos Festival of Love + Music and brought…

Photo Stroll On The Edge – Edgewood Avenue By Kevin Shorter

Photo Stroll On The Edge – Edgewood Avenue By Kevin Shorter – His website is HERE Edgewood Avenue in Atlanta runs from Five Points in downtown Atlanta, eastward through the ‘Old Fourth Ward’. The avenue runs in the direction of the Edgewood neighborhood and stops just short in Inman Park. Edgewood Avenue was first important…

Reflecting on the Leica M9 as a hiking camera while doing without By Morgan Trimble

Reflecting on the Leica M9 as a hiking camera while doing without By Morgan Trimble For the past three months, I’ve been without my most-loved camera. It’s the Leica M9, which despite its high quality, had a design flaw. Its much-loved CCD sensor was prone to corrosion. I bought my M9 second hand nearly six…

Going ULTRA WIDE at a Biker meet with my Olympus EM1 by Christian Delbert

Going ULTRA WIDE at a Biker meet with my Olympus EM1 by Christian Delbert Hi Steve! As photographers, we all become lazy and need motivation. Many times that means a new camera, new lens or viewing a photo book or someone else’s great photographs. Then we go out and do some shutter therapy! Every father’s…

Travelling light through Brazil with the pre-ASPH 50mm Summilux 2nd version by Pedro Amorim

Travelling light through Brazil with the pre-ASPH 50mm Summilux 2nd version by Pedro Amorim Since my last text on the kinoptik, I had a few ideas on other lenses to write about, and Steve was kind enough to let me pick one and turn into a new user report. Turns out I acquired one very…

Haiti Hurricane Matthew Aftermath by Lorenzo Moscia

Haiti Hurricane Matthew Aftermath by Lorenzo Moscia – See his website HERE It was ten years since my last work in Haiti. In 2004/5/6. In July 2004 I was embedded with Chilean soldiers that joined the United Nations operation named Minustah (United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti) right after the country fell down in deep…

Never Ending Love with Ricoh GR by Lorenzo Moscia

Never Ending Love with Ricoh GR by Lorenzo Moscia When I first purchase the Ricoh GR I never thought a camara of that size will catch me for so long time. It is almost two years now since I start to bring the Ricoh basically everywhere on my assignment trip. At first it was Cuba where I…

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