Shaun Swalley

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Ze Razor – A Leica Summicron-M 90mm f/2 review

Them Germans! They sure know how to craft some decent quality glass. And by decent I mean “holy sh** this glass is nice!”<p>As I’m sure most of you know …

The Well of Being: An Extraordinary Children’s Book for Grownups about the Art of Living with Openhearted Immediacy

A lyrical invitation to awaken from the trance of the limiting stories we tell ourselves and just live.<p><i>“This is the greatest damn thing about the universe,”</i> Henry Miller wrote in his magnificent meditation on the meaning of existence, <i>“that we can know so much, recognize so much, dissect, do</i> …

Books

Leica 35mm Lens Cross Section Diagram Tattoo

Photographer Rick Satureyes shares this tattoo he recently had inked onto his forearm. Rather than a standard design featuring a camera or lens, he …

I STILL SHOOT FILM

Guide to Scanning Film<p>It’s time to brush up on your color! Over the years color film has had its ups and downs, with discontinued favorites and new …

Kodak

FAN HO, Hong Kong Master Street Photographer #1

Leica Liker is honored to have Fan Ho, a Hong Kong Street Photographer, to launch our “Master Street Photographer Series” and be our first 2013 …

31 Stunning 1860s-Style Portraits of the Stars at Sundance

Tintypes, specifically, painstakingly shot by ace photographer Victoria Will at Sundance<p>Tintypes, specifically, painstakingly shot by ace photographer Victoria Will at Sundance<p><i>UPDATE: Victoria Will's photos have officially won an award. Congratulations, Victoria!</i><i>For a little backstory on Victoria's</i> …

Pentti Sammallahti's best photograph: ice fog in stormy northern Russia

It was -20C when I took this picture. The fog you see is actually ice fog: lots of tiny ice particles suspended in the air. This happens when it's very cold but the sea has not frozen. It was February 1992 and I was in the northwest of Russia, on an island called Solovets in the White Sea.<p>I used to …