Kevin Sparrow (@ksparrow) used his Leica M10 to shoot the series he calls "Milwaukee Crafted", pictured here is woodworker @allshapesco, about to get started on a bowl. Discover the creative potential of the Leica M10 for yourself. (Link in bio)
In honor of the release of the Leica M10-P @wetzlar_com ponders the importance of the iconic red dot. To dot, or not to dot. Any thoughts? Take a look at the dotless Leica M10-P via the link in bio. (Camera in photo: Leica M10)
Adam Marelli (@adammarelli) is fascinated by craftsmen and women, documenting artisans from all around the globe. He goes back and visits his subjects often, some he's been with for years; watched them marry, have children, sometimes even pass away. See the full series on the blog and learn more about Adam's approach with the Leica M (Typ 240). (Link in bio)
Though it's hard to choose, one of Molly Mandell's (@__mollymandell) favorite characters featured in the book is the man they call 'El Negro'. She says, "In parts it's because he embodies the spirit of the book so purely. He built his house with his own two hands and lives almost entirely from his land. For example, he is an expert when it comes to medicinal plants and has helped cure everything from the flu to his wife’s asthma with what he grows on his farm". (Link in bio)
Molly Mandell (@__mollymandell) spent over three years traveling through Cuba, photographing the country's creative professionals and documenting the DIY spirit that is alive and well. View the full series on the blog, where you can see how Molly seamlessly incorporated the Leica Sofort into her work. (Link in bio)
Ever since inheriting his grandfather's #LeicaM3, Rahm Carrington (@dadsoldcamera) has been shooting with analog Leica cameras. This shot taken with the Leica MP is of Luis, a "charro" in San Antonio, attempting to throw a lariat and let a horse run through the loop. Although it looks like Luis is trying to lasso Rahm's Leica, the horse is actually just to the right of the frame. Right time, right place. Discover the Leica MP for yourself via the link in bio.
The craft of panning with a moving subject to create a motion blur effect and a point of focus that really pops is no mean feat. Hamad Abdulrahman M. AlMuftah (@al_muftah94) nails it in this shot captured with the Leica M10 and 35mm Summilux. Hit the bio link to discover the power of the Leica M10 for yourself.