My friend Arnold Crane passed away recently. I will miss talking to him about anything and everything! Rest in peace my friend! “Crane has worked as a photographer since his youth and documented incidents such as major crime scenes, earthquakes, fires and political events and was published in various U.S. magazines. After receiving his Doctor … Continue reading R.I.P Arnold Crane
Vince Lupo (410) 850-4181 tel (410) 693-1946 cel email@example.com Personal: I was born February 24, 1966 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and have been involved in photography since 1978. I am a commercial photographer based in Linthicum, MD, and have been running my business, Direction One, Inc. since 1997. Education: 1996 – Master of Fine Arts … Continue reading Vince Lupo Gallery
Dear All, It has been 10 years since my wife, Jill, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. The road has been rocky at times but Jill is determined to lead a “normal” life, despite it all. My daughter Eden has created a team for the MS walk this year in Boston, “Team Mama Shosh”, & a … Continue reading Massachusetts, Boston – Walk MS 2014: Eden Shoshan – National MS Society
The Leica M – Model 240 You waited a very long time for your new Leica to arrive. Finally it’s here! Of course you will attach modern APO Leica lenses to deliver the extraordinary quality you expect. If you have access to additional lenses and accessories usability of the new M is greatly expanded. Recently … Continue reading James Lager- Combining The Leica M-type 240 New with the old…. !
Long Load Leicas In the early 1930’s Ernst Leitz Wetzlar experimented with a Leica camera capable of making more than the usual 36 exposures. Experimentation resulted in the Leica Reporter ( also called the Leica 250). A maximum of thirty three feet of film for 250 exposures filled the KBOOF feed cassette. Exposed film was … Continue reading The 250-exposure Leica Camera, Model FF
A long-cherished dream has begun to come true for me … the Leica M. The experience has been everything I’d hoped for, and much, much more. In unexpected ways, using the Leica M system has brought me back to my roots as a photographer. Both as to how I work with the camera, and how … Continue reading Coming HoMe
I have been taking photographs for almost 50 years. My first “good” camera was a Yashica Mat twin lens . I graduated to a Bessler Topcon when I started my Master’s at University of Bridgeport and needed a 35mm camera for slides . Through the years I have owned many cameras with different formats. Because … Continue reading How to retire from being a full time Photographer and go amateur.
PRESS RELEASE Special edition book recounts the path to becoming a living legend Allendale, NJ (December 6, 2012) – For nearly a century, Leica cameras have captured fleeting moments and transformed them into stories brimming with the lifeblood of true human experience. The iconic image of the end of WWII as displayed by the sailor … Continue reading LEICA CAMERA CELEBRATES 99 YEARS
I’ve been a devoted Leica enthusiast for the last 30 years – starting off with a classic IIIc Sharksin when I was 16, and have used just about every model since (or so it seems!). Early last year I took the plunge into the world of Leica digital and bought myself an M9. The latest … Continue reading Traveling With an M9
The Latest Leica M-E camera (now in stock) is a 18.0-Megapixels Full Frame CCD Sensor Digital Rangefinder Camera that fits Leica M-Mount Lenses. All Metal Die-Cast Magnesium Body, Anthracite Gray Finish with Leather Trim, It features Manual Focus with Optical Viewfinder, 2.5″ TFT LCD with 230,000 Pixels, ISO Sensitivity Up to 2500, Low-Noise Shutter, Included … Continue reading Leica M-E camera