From behind the wheel to behind the camera, Justin Bell always manages to forge personal connections with the subjects of the portraits he takes.
In this video, Bell sits down with us to discuss his love of racing and photography.
0:00 - Introduction
3:08 - Bell’s Love for Art and Racing
10:32 - Why Bell Photographs with Leica
19:05 - Bell’s Racing Photography Has its Own Unique Look
25:30 - Bell’s Favorite Images
41:32 - Leica SL vs. Leica Q2
47:42 - Who is Still Shooting Film?
52:06 - Leica Maintains its Value
53:30 - Life with Legends
Celebrity photojournalist Flo Ngala has captures authentic portraits in fast-paced and high-pressure situations. Ini this B&H video, she shares tips that range from the technical side (such as aperture) to the social side (getting your subject to laugh) to help you improve your photography.
0:00 - Introduction
0:26 - Conversation is Key
1:13 - Depth of Field
2:42 - Prime Lenses
3:38 - Black-and-White Photography
4:52 - Invisible Axis
6:19 - Bonus Tip
7:23 - Final Thoughts
419 Views· Posted 01/27/2020
Hiking through the snow, nature photographer Martin Bailey shows you Hokkaido's beauty through minimalist black-and-white photography. He offers a look inside his Hokkaido Winter Landscape Photography Adventure Tour, which is sure to inspire you to travel! If you had to choose anywhere for your adventure photography, Hokkaido, Japan should be on your list.
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Introducing the Leica M10 Monochrom Digital Rangefinder Camera, a versatile monochromatic camera with an expanded ISO of 160 to 100,000. In addition to its 40-Megapixel CMOS Monochrome sensor, LCD touchscreen, and absence of logo, it’s the first monochromatic camera to have built-in Wi-Fi, connecting to the Leica FOTOS app. It’s compatible with all of Leica’s current M-mount lenses ranging from 18mm to 135mm, as well as most Leica M-mount lenses dating back to 1954.
6,869 Views· Posted 06/16/2015
In the following video, Allan Weitz welcomes the Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246), a 24MP full-frame black-and-white digital rangefinder camera with numerous updates over its predecessor. The video covers the benefits of the purely black-and-white CMOS sensor, with its omission of a color filter array and optical low pass filter, as well as the performance enhancements provided by the latest Maestro image processor. Weitz also discusses the wide