My flickr contact eses moto shot this beautiful still life in Japan with a Leica M6 and film.
This is a terrific documentary on the life and work of Henri Cartier-Bresson, arguably one of the greatest photographers of the 20th century (to which he humbly says: “bullshit!”).
It’s close to an hour long so make the time for it and I can say without a doubt that it’s well worth seeing.
Cartier-Bresson had a background in fine arts which informed his work but he was also a great humanist which also informed his work. He was a founder of Magnum one of the top photo agencies in the world.
He remains one of my favorite photographers and personalities: a humble man who has influenced generations of photographers and people in all branches of the arts.
My flickr contact Pascal took this picture of women filling metal water jugs in Nepal.
My flickr contact Toshihiro Oshima has produced yet another incredible night image with a dreamy quality.
My flickr contact Markus Busch has posted a spectacular interior image of a table of dinnerware taken with his Leica M Monochrome and a very fast 50mm lens. Wow.
My flickr contact Toshihiro Oshima took this incredible image of the model “Millay” with his Leica camera and f/1.0 50mm lens. Bokehlicious!
My flickr contact Toshihiro Oshima has posted a spectacular silhouette with Tokyo at night in the background. I’ve been following “Tommy” for many years and he’s quite a brilliant photographer.
My long time flickr contact Toshihiro Oshima has posted a wonderfully dreamy image of a woman on the phone with wonderful circular bokeh behind her.
Flickr member Vidar shot this incredible landscape in Hyen, Norway with with his Leica M8. Wow.