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This Hall of Fame photo was taken by featured photographer Artwo. It was selected for it's exceptional artistic and image qualities.

The photograph was taken with a Leica SUMMILUX 75mm f/1.4 . To see more photos from Artwo please visit the gallery by clicking here.

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Latest Photo Comments

Leica NOCTILUX 50mm f0.95 ASPH

Photo: 50658

On 2015-06-30 Gip wrote:

Nice image.Lots of intersting light and good choice on point of focus.


Leica 400mm f/6.8 Telyt 1968–94

Great Blue

On 2015-06-29 Rsd wrote:

Reminds me of the S-Trap Sink Drain I installed


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Baptisterium, Firenze, Oct. 2014

On 2015-06-28 Chriseeo wrote:

Impressive rendition and color composition.


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A Portrait

On 2015-06-28 Chriseeo wrote:

Thank you so much for your likes.


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On 2015-06-28 Chriseeo wrote:

Thank you all for your likes and comments.


Leica 28mm Summilux F1.7 AF

Rainy Night Driver

On 2015-06-28 Dalth500 wrote:

I have been shooting with the Q for about a week and I am extremely impressed with the ease of use and the seemingly endless resolution of the dedicated Summilux optical system. This image was shot at 1600 ISO and was tightly cropped with very little image degradation in the shadows. I will try and shoot some side by side images with the RX1 to give a feel for each system's capabilities in real-world settings (taken by a dedicated amateur !) Both are amazing cameras and represent outstanding technical achievement by each makers - but if I had to carry only one camera it would be the Q at this point. I find the 28 on the Q to be less constraining than the 35 on the RX1 - so we will see - I just wish I could shoot with both cameras at the same time !! Thanks for the comment!


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Mickey's Fall

On 2015-06-28 Gip wrote:

Crime scene ?


Leica NOCTILUX 50mm f1

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On 2015-06-28 Gip wrote:

Very nice. Love the red and gold color mix.


Zeiss ZM Planar T* f2.0 50mm

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On 2015-06-28 Grumpole wrote:

Excellent in several ways. One question - did you consider removing the electrical outlet?


Leica 28mm Summilux F1.7 AF

Balloon Seller

On 2015-06-28 Torralba wrote:

Impressive results from the Q.



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