Nikon F100

I had a Nikon F100 about three years ago. I loved it. Shot with it. And finally sold it, as it was cumbersome to shoot with on the street. Jump forward three years and I regret ever selling it. It was brilliant. Fast autofocus. Sharp images. Perfect for taking snaps of an infant puttering around. Don’t get me wrong, I love my Leica. I use it all the time. But it’s hard shooting manual at times with a kid that

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On The Street: Crisis

We all go through a photographic crisis at some point or another. When we start taking pictures, we might be focused on Street Photography or Landscape or portraits. But at some point our interest in what we are photographing dwindles, and we need to explore new avenues to keep motivated and inspired by our work. Have a listen to the latest Leica Travelogue and feel free to share your thoughts. If you like the show please rate it on iTunes

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It’s Cloudy in 2014… Wait… What?

The way the new Leica 35mm Summicron-M f/2 ASPH renders the out of focus areas, is incredible. I just love it. Even more so in the latest version of the lens which has eleven aperture blades versus the eight that were present in the last couple versions. The last ASPH version I never really enjoyed the bokeh. It was too harsh for my tastes. But the soft, swirly look of the new 35mm Summicron is something incredible. I may decide

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The Leica Travelogues: Update

I wanted to give an update as to where “The Leica Travelogues” are going. I also have been struggling with gear and the general quality of the episodes I’ve produced. The audio has sounded quiet, muffled and “amateur” in my opinion. The Blue Yeti, which I use, may be a good microphone for some applications but it just isn’t a good mic for me. I feel the tone of my voice gets muffled and my words lost at times. Maybe

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Leica 18mm Super-Elmar-M Filter Hack

The Leica 18mm Super-Elmar-M ASPH is one odd-ball lens. Built when the Leica M8 was the latest and greatest digital Rangefinder, it served to fill the void of a 24mm lens that Leica was lacking in their crop sensor line-up. When the M9 came out the lens became popular with some individuals as it offered a very odd but pleasing image. Some people dislike it and go for the 21mm Super-Elmar while others love the look it gives them. I,

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