Our latest blog post sees Belgian photographer BigKids (@thebigkids) contrasting the ornate Gothic interiors of 15th Century cathedrals with modernist architecture of the late 20th Century. Check out the full series over on the blog. (Link in bio)
Abandoned buildings can be a photographer's playground. This shot from LA is testament to Leica SL shooter Nordy's (@n.rdy) adventurousness in search of the perfect light and color combination. Find out more about the Leica SL via the link in bio.
Leica Q shooter Siegfried Hansen (@siegfried_hansen) has a rare talent for combining the absurd side of street photography with architectural forms and structures. Always having your Leica camera with you is a sure-fire way of making sure you don't miss that decisive moment. Find out more about the Leica Q via the link in bio.
“What I bring back from here will be sweetness itself, white, pink and blue, all enveloped in this magical air”. Kane Hulse (@kanehulse) was inspired by this quote by Monet while shooting his abstract series on the architecture of Marseille. Check out more of Kane's photos shot with the analog Leica M6 in our latest blog post. (Link in bio)
Our latest blog post features Kane Hulse's (@kanehulse) colorful ode to the architecture of Marseille shot on the analog Leica M6. The Unite d’Habitation, seen here, was designed by Le Corbusier as a residential housing project for the people of Marseille that were displaced by bombing during World War II. Follow the bio link to see the full series.
The National Museum of the 21st Century Arts in Rome was designed by Zaha Hadid and captured in this coincidental composition of form and color by Daniele Pace (@danielepacephotographer) with the Leica SL. Discover the Leica SL for yourself via the link in bio.
With the arrival of November we will be switching our focus to the theme of Architecture. Keep your eyes out for special blog stories and the best architecture photography from the Leica community. If you would like to share your shots simply tag your photos with #LeicaArchitecture. We'll be featuring our favorites throughout the month.