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Gallery: Leica Photography International – Cars

Het is een misvatting dat elke foto gemaakt met een Leica d’office een Goede Foto™ is, zeker sinds het merk ook goedkopere compactjes produceert. Wel waar is dat mensen die veel geld in een fototoestel steken, er vaak evenveel tijd in investeren – met betere beelden tot gevolg. Getuige daarvan deze exclusief met Leica’s geschoten gallerij Cars die LFI sinds kort op haar website demonstreert. Een selectie.

Babyblau, Wettenberg Krofdorf-Gleiberg
Martin Debus
Digilux 2, f5.3, 1/500, iso100

2012 Mille Miglia in San Marino
Simlinger
Leica M4-P, Fomapan 100 SW-Diafilm

FIAT 500
Hermann Köpf

Jaguar Workshop II im Meilenwerk Berlin
WolfB
M9, 35cron v4, 1/90, f4.0, ISO160, LR3 SEP2

BrunoStevens
Summicron-M 1:2/35 mm Asph

Lamborghini Miura
Parabolique

Mille Miglia
RyomaKashiwagi
Leica MP, Summicron 28mm, Kodak 125PX

Porsche 356 am Bernina
Blarer
R-Analog

Circuit
Bruno Stevens
Leica M9, Summicron-M 1:2/50 mm

Mercedes 300 SLR
Redrockett11

Talbot Lago 2500 Sport Coupé
Wunscholdtimer

[Bron: Leica Photo International]

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  1. Ken Divjak says:

    Toemaatje:

    Blijkbaar was wijlen F1-piloot Phil Hill ook een Leica-adept:

    En daar verschijnt binnenkort een boek van, getiteld Inside Track.

    ‘Inside Track’ is a photo-biographical two-volume book in the works and will be brought to the market soon. If you would like to receive an update on the book release, leave your name and an email address in the fields below.

    America’s first Formula 1 World Champion Driver, Phil Hill, driving for Ferrari, was a born motorcar enthusiast. Throughout his frontline career he knew them, he loved them, and he drove them blindingly fast, with great mechanical sympathy. To show “the folks back home” where he had been, and what he had seen, he loaded his 35mm Leica M3 with color-true Kodachrome film and wielded it with outstanding artistry.

    Steve Dawson, an Orange County based photographer worked with Phil at his home in Santa Monica over a time-span of many years, going through the 35mm slides Phil stored away in boxes. In collaboration with acclaimed motorsport author, Doug Nye, a book titled “Inside Track”, a two-volume work will include over 900 of Phil Hill’s photographs taken over the course of his career.

    Phil died at the age of 81, in August 2008, finally giving way to Parkinson’s Disease. In his memory, we will be thrilled to share these pictures that he took throughout his illustrious career.

    Bron: http://philhill.com/?page_id=117

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