Tuesday, 27 May 2014

First Leica film camera in a decade and APOY Round 2 winners

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Tuesday 27 May 2014

This week the news is Leica, Leica and more Leica, as the firm celebrates its 100th anniversary. AP travelled to the brand-new Leica factory at Wetzlar in Germany to get a look at what was going on.

We've got a full report on our visit, an interview with the Leica CEO, the unveiling of the first Leica film camera in 10 years, and we even managed to get an answer as to whether we can expect a full-frame Leica T. There's more to follow so keep checking back with us.

Elsewhere on the site, we've got our complete guide to the art of freelensing. We run you through what gear to use, what mistakes to avoid and what striking effects you can create with this exciting technique. Find out more.

Lastly, Father's Day is approaching fast. If you're dreading the thought of picking out a present we've got you covered with 13 Ideal Photography Gifts for Father's Day.

That's all for this week.

Nigel Atherton, Editor

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APOY 2014 Competition Results: Round 2 – Animal planet

See the winning images from the second round of Amateur Photographer of the Year 2014. We saw some fantastic images of all things wildlife this month, and it was tougher than ever to pick the winners. The winner of this round receives an Olympus OM-D E-M10 with a selection of lenses, the total package worth £1200. S ee here for information on how to enter.

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