Bright Spots from Wetzlar
It is now more than 100 years old – the Leica photography. The great Henri Cartier-Bresson, who reinvented the photo reportage during World War II, once said, the Leica camera is the visual extension of his eye. With the Leica generations of professionals and amateurs have learned to see things differently. Glad that the company boss Ernst Leitz jr. gave his green light for a serial camera production in 1924. A journey through time.
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