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Since the release of the Leica M3 at Photokina in 1954, every single M-System camera has represented the pinnacle of innovation for its day. Defined by what is essential for photography. Leica embodies this passion for quality, craftsmanship and its philosophy of photography to this day. More than 60 years of rangefinder expertise, 11 years of digital M-Camera development and invaluable feedback from dedicated M-Photographers have inspired Leica engineers to create the slimmest digital M of all time: the Leica M10.
This is the first lens ever to fully exploit the capabilities of modern high-resolution camera systems, making no compromises in image sharpness and achieving previously unattainable values in all technical performance characteristics.
More than a century of experience in the development of long-range viewing instruments, microscopes and cameras has led to a new family of Leica premium binoculars: the Noctivid binoculars. They feature compact dimensions as well as stylish and elegant design and are at the same time incredibly robust and resilient.
Children of Ebola is the documentary work of Sara May. While capturing these amazing moments, Sara's goal is to create a better awareness and community for We Yone Child Foundation. This foundation is dedicated to providing sustainable education and care to underprivileged children in Kroo Bay and George Brook. All proceeds from this show will be donated to the We Yone Child Foundation. For more information about Sara's work and print purchase please contact us at 425-450-4060 or Info@leicastorebellevue.com
Join us on Sunday, April 9th from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and learn how to develop a compelling Photographic Series under the guidance of editorial photographer Fernando Sancho. Fernando has been working professionally as a photographer since 1996 and his work has appeared in numerous publications, both in the United States and internationally, including El Pais Semenal & McCann Erickson Advertising. Drawing from his broad experience, he will guide attendees through the ins and outs of creating a cohesive photographic body of work, using the art of visual storytelling. This workshop event will be the first meeting of 4, as attendees personal projects will be coached and critiqued – with the possibility to be displayed on the Leica Store Bellevue Exhibition Wall in the first week on June. This is a free workshop, but spots are limited. To sign up, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org