London Photography Workshop

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    This just came off the scanner.. love it :) quickly cloned a few dust spots and done

    ..from yesterday's London Model Photography workshop
    Thanks Ruby, great job! :)

    New lens in action on the M2! :)

    Leica M2 + Leica Elmarit-M 28mm f2.8 ASPH + bulk loaded 35mm expired Kodak Double-X 5222 @400-800

    Xtol 1:3, 23 degrees, 10min45, Epson v800 scan

    You can see more images we made, some BTS shots and some camera gear photos all on my Instagram 24hr story. To view the story click my Instagram profile picture photo - Instagram @MrLeicaCom

    www.MrLeica.com

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    1. photos.frankjcasella.com 25 months ago | reply

      Great photograph, Matt, and black and white.

    2. pentaxpete 25 months ago | reply

      Can you give me details of your London Workshops please ?
      PS : I/m NOT on Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat or any other Social Media sites as my phone only makes PHONE CALLS --

    3. MrLeica.com (MatthewOsbornePhotography) 25 months ago | reply

      Peter Elgar Hi Peter, no problem. Ha. For the last year or so I have been quite busy so am teaching 1-2-1 workshops on demand but in the UK and overseas as needed. I arrange a model and shoot and you see how I work with them then if you want to try directing them for some photos you can. We both shoot throughout the day and I answer all the questions you have. Send me a direct message for pricing but it will be more expensive that the usual generic group workshops. Thanks

    4. MrLeica.com (MatthewOsbornePhotography) 25 months ago | reply

      Frank J. Casella Thanks Frank! I just bought 400ft of this film (brand new from Kodak) so plenty more to come! :)

    5. photos.frankjcasella.com 25 months ago | reply

      Matt Osborne Great Matt. You know how I love Kodak film. I'll be watching ...

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