Roland Wolff: Leica Store and Gallery Los Angeles We sat down with Roland Wolff, Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Retail for Leica Camera, Inc., to discuss the grand opening of the Leica Store and Gallery Los Angeles. Roland is responsible for all Leica branded retail outlets in the Americas, including Leica boutiques and stores. Below, Roland gives us the inside scoop on what to expect from Leica’s newest retail location. Canon Canoscan 5600F Scanner USB 4800 X 9600 Film Slide 013803094619 BRAND NEW Canon CanoScan 5600F USB Interface Flatbed with Film & Negative Scanner - Retail NEW MODEL! NEW RELEASE!!! Compact And Stylish Design!!! This Week in Photography History: The Birth of Dorothea Lange This week we celebrate the birth of Dorothea Lange and the photojournalistic work she documented throughout the Great Depression in America. Head on past the break for a quick peek into her life and career as a photographer. Born in Hoboken, New Jersey on May 26th 1895, Dorothea Lange – whose name was originally Dorothea Margaretta Nutzhorn before her father left the family and she assumed her mother’s maiden name- had quite a traumatic experience early in life that would become a defining moment; she contracted polio at age 7. This disease caused her right leg and foot to be noticeably weaker than the left, which would ultimately cause her to have a slight limp for the rest of her life. She would come to appreciate this ailment and had even said that “it was the most important thing that happened to me, and formed me, guided me, instructed me, helped me and humiliated me”.
2yr Warranty Bonus Canon Computer Systems INC Canon Canoscan 5600F Color Image 0013803094619 Skip to main content G'day! Sign in or registereBay Deals G'day, (<a class="gh-a" href=" in</a> to bid or buy) A new look at the Zeiss ZM 50mm Planar f/2 Lens A new look at the Zeiss ZM 50mm Planar f/2 Lens This is not a lens review, just a refresher of a lens I reviewed a few years back. The Zeiss Planar has been with me for a few days via LenRentals.com and I have enjoyed it so much I had to write down some thoughts about using it on the Leica M and MM.
Otek 3-in-1 Slide, Photo and Film Scanner (PS979) Product Details Otek's 3-in-1 photo standalone scanner effortlessly converts your photo prints, mounted slides and negative films to digital images without a PC! Making it easy to archive, share and keep your precious memories alive. This digital film/slide and photo scanner is a great alternative to printing all your old films and negatives which can be not only time consuming but costly! The $2 Million Dollar Camera – Your Leica Porn for the Day Some of you may have heard of David Douglas Duncan – famous for his war images, portraits and being a close friend of Pablo Picasso. His Leica M3 was sold for $2.19 million – the highest price ever paid for a commercially manufactured camera. Although the camera’s price has to do mainly with the images that came from it, it was also one of only four Leica M3Ds ever created – the “D” stands for Duncan. The cameras were ‘battle hardened’ to withstand some pretty tough situations.
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Cura Camera Straps *Updated pics* Cura Camera Straps Cura camera straps are beautifully made straps, made using traditional techniques to the very highest standards. I am very happy to be able to offer the straps for sale now. Cura camera straps were introduced to me recently in Japan by the man behind them, Mishima San. He is very passionate about his straps and in particular the rings. He explained to me a little bit about these wonderful straps. When he decided to make a strap he wanted to use Japanese traditional craftsmanship and methods to create something that was beautiful, yet strong enough to support your precious camera. Minolta Dimage Scan Dual III Film Scanner Review Text and photography copyright James Hutchison If you're already familiar with budget scanners, you'll know that scanning film on flatbed scanners costing under $500 is pretty well a waste of time. Assuming that 4800 DPI is adequate to scan film is wrong, because it comes down to the quality of the optical system that delivers the image to the CCD. Keep in mind you get what you pay for. So on that note, I'd like to say I am extremely pleased with Minolta's Dimage Dual Scan III. They didn't sacrifice features or quality on this one.