Some very delicious looking cameras on there– my choice of Leica M6 and Canon Canonet are both on there 🙂
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Although I didn’t get the chance to magically apparate into the UK, the guys over at Leica Camera did, and have provided us an interesting view into the street photography collective Burn My Eye.
I was rummaging through old Digitalrev Learn posts (which, you should totally check out by the way), and found this handy link about street photography for beginners. Aside from his nothing-less-than-sarcastic, crude, British humor, the advice is somewhat humbling and realistic. Take a look.
iPhoneographers galore! (and now Android users too) Facebook has bought Instagram, the ridiculously popular hipster-for-all photo app for $1 billion. Read more; I’m excited to see what sort of integration facebook will feature for the app.
An interesting look at the upcoming OM-D, written in Japanese (Translated here: http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=es&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fhunkydory.seesaa.net%2Farticle%2F262116649.html , you’re welcome.) It’s interesting how he pairs it with the m4/3 voightlander nokton, check it out.
The Leica Blog is always an interesting forum for different users of Leica, like myself. I recently discovered Andy Bond on this website, and am in love with his work. I appreciate that he mixes his opinions between digital and film, and introduces strange juxtapositions. Have a look.