Turn those magical moments into analogue images that you can hold in your hand and relive again and again with the Leica SOFORT. Find out more about Leica's compact, instant camera for yourself via the link in bio.
They push prams, carry their offspring around town, pose in feminine unity for the camera: the Mothers, Daughters, Sisters series by Tom Wood brings together a body of work produced from the early 70s to late 90s, with photos taken on the streets of Liverpool. See more photos and read an interview with Tom in our latest blog post. (Link in bio)
Golden light cascades over the mountain peaks of Lofoten in Norway. Arctic explorer and Leica photographer Chris Michel (@chris_michel) captured this moody image with the Leica SL. Discover the professional Leica SL-System for yourself via the bio link.
Capturing the right light makes a huge difference but a nice set of wheels doesn't hurt either! Just ask vintage car photographer Paul McKenzie (@pauls_motos) who shot this image with the Leica M10 in Los Angeles. Discover the Leica M10 for yourself via the bio link.
You will seldom reach more 'authentic' image results than with the NEW Leica APO-Summicron-SL 50 f/2 ASPH.
The reason is an unique combination of highest detail rendition and a focal length that gets closest to what is naturally perceived by the human eye. (Link in bio)
How many dogs can you see? This striking image was shot with the Leica M (Typ 240) and is taken from Joan Alvado's (@joanalvado) series "Fading Away", which focuses on the story of extreme depopulation in the Serranía Celtibérica in Spain. Find out more about the Leica M-System via the bio link.
Here's another Leica rarity from the collection of @wetzlar.com. The Leica M10-P Safari with a Silver Summicron 50mm APO LHSA Limited Edition. This lens was created to mark the 50th anniversary of The International Leica Society (LHSA) and only 200 were made. Find out more about the Leica M-System and our complete range of lenses and limited editions via the bio link.
Caleb Stein's (@cjbstein) series Down by the Hudson (2016-19) is an intimate photographic exploration of the struggles and beauties of life in Poughkeepsie, a small town in up-state New York. Take a look at more images and read an interview with Caleb on the Leica Camera Blog. (Link in bio)
Over 50 years ago, this Spitfire inspired George Romain's (@georgelewisromain) father to follow his passion for aircraft restoration and found the @aircraftrestorationcompany. Last year the family business finished restoring this vintage aeroplane which they knicknamed L (after Lettice Curtis who raced it after the end of the war). George recently captured this beautiful in-flight shot of the Spitfire with the Leica M10 and a Summilux 50mm ASPH. lens. What is your greatest source of inspiration when it comes to photography?
Here's a gear spread to make the analogue photographer's mouth water! The timelessness of the Leica M-System personified in this retro shot of the Leica M6. Discover the complete range of the Leica M-System via the bio link.