Leica T. Photo by Andrew Kim

Foto Andrew Kim.

 

 

Leica T. Photo by Andrew Kim

 

 

This is great. Andrew Kim has shared an -as to be expected- stellar photo documentary about the Leica T, with impressive photos shot with the T.

Leica has been historically bad at software so it’s been quite ambitious to create something that is so software heavy. It’s no surprise that Andrew noticed a number of software bugs with the T.

The service desert the German design nation was once mocked for has silently moved into digital.

That said, the T is a camera worthy of the Leica name and rare product with which to look ahead, rather than all the nostalgic products around usthat take us backwards and that Andrew much like myself is sick and tired of. The T is priced significantly higher than you’d expect and it’s documentation is highly recommended for all photo fans, especially Petra with her iconic Bavarian food blog and her step photos taken with a less capable Leica.

 

 

So many products lack of focus and an opinion today and respect for the craftsman has been replaced with a chase of fads. There are so many craftsman that I see everyday, with the potential of making masterpieces. But we are all reduced to making more of less rather than more with less.

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