… And so it should be, because a photography is never more than a...– Yanick Delafoge of yanidel.net
Reading in Madrid
via yanidel.net Poetic rendering of the street shots that only Leica Summilux can capture and this time in Madrid. Source: yanidel.net Posted via email from lone immortal | Comment »
Cutaway models of Leica Lenses
Cutaway model of Leica Tri-Elmar-M 28-35-50mm lens: And of Leica 50mm f/1.4 Summilux M ASPH lens: via petapixel.com These were supposed made by students at Leica for a graduation project. Here one sees how complex they are and why lens should be made of metals to survive for centuries. Source: petapixel.com Posted via email from lone immortal | Comment »
Human Planet, a superb cinematic series on BBC
via bbc.co.uk We are so busy with our urbanized monotone globalized culture that we don’t see how humanized planet is so fascinating, colorful, and so photogenic. This cinematic BBC series discloses you this marvel in several episodes. Here’s the abstract of the series: Human Planet is an awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping, heart-stopping landmark series that marvels at mankind’s...
Fuji X100, Leica M9 and the passport
via stevehuffphoto.com This is what I’m waiting for. Leica M9, Fuji X100 and passport to take big steps to other continents. I’ve got passport, so I just need M9, Leica lenses and X100 ;-) Posted via email from lone immortal | Comment »
Madagascar coffee girl
via yanidel.net Taken with Leica M9 + Summilux 35 via Yanidel Street Photography. Posted via email from lone immortal | Comment »
Not being social can be dangerous to life!
Osama bin Laden’s decade on the run after 9/11 may have come to its end in part because his large hideout reportedly lacked a phone and Internet connection — an unusual absence likely to have drawn investigators’ curiosity. via reuters.com Ironically, the whole action was tweeted live by one user living in Osama Bin Laden’s neighborhood. And the same guy has whooping...