LEICA-M SUMMARON 35mm ƒ2.8

The owner of Brittania & Company, one of the classic old Parsi restaurants in old Bombay. Leica M-P (Photo, Andrew Tonn ©)
ARLINGTON — Of all the Leica M lenses out in the world, there is one in particular that does not seem to gets its due.  That lens is the 35mm f/2.8 Summaron, a lens made from 1958-1974.  Continue reading “LEICA-M SUMMARON 35mm ƒ2.8”

BRIE LARSON, PHOTOGRAPHER & FEMALE LEAD OF KONG: SKULL ISLAND

I’m sitting here watching Kong Skull Island and I notice, as any photographer would, that actress Brie Larson really looks like she’s shooting that Leica. Sure enough she is! In fact, if you watch the film almost all of what we she her do looks great! That’s because while filming director  Jordan Vogt-Roberts had Brie Larson’s character carrying a real working Leica M3, with 35mm lens (it looked to be the 35/f3.5 Summaron we’re reviewing in a week or two!) and goggles.  Continue reading “BRIE LARSON, PHOTOGRAPHER & FEMALE LEAD OF KONG: SKULL ISLAND”

THE WRITING ON THE WALL – LEICA SUMMARON-M 35mm ƒ3.5

Leica MM (CCD), M-Mount 35mm f3.5 at f4, ISO 800, SS 1/4000 FP (Photo by Jef Price)

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