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The Old Man and the Images

My father-in-law is 94 years old.  He is quite simply a photographer’s dream.  He has a great face.  He is kind, patient and very happy to model for me all day and night long. He lives in Houston (via a long, arduous journey from Teheran) and I live in Chicago.  So when he’s under my […]

German precision? Mercedes and a 1956 Leica Summarit.

Picking up from the last post, the Leica Summarit was replaced by the Summilux line in 1961. The Leica Summilux is unquestionably one of the greatest lens ever produced with some of the most luxurious renderings ever.  Ever!  Of course, that luxury is expensive and my Zeiss Sony Planar 50 1.4 gives it a real […]

A Baseball Diamond, Train Tracks and a Somewhat Rare Photograph

The shadows are growing longer and sentimental thoughts seem to increase by the day.  The Leica Summarit 50 1.5 fits the mood perfectly. Hi, my name is Scott.  I’m a photographer, writer and fan of mixing old and new technology when it comes to photography.  I want to introduce you to one of my more […]