Blurberati with Cameras: Leica M6

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Leica M6

Of all the cameras we’ve shown in our Camera Thursday blog posts, today’s probably inspires the most loyal — some would say fanatical — following of all. The Leica M6 is legendary, and even as I write this I’m filled with camera envy. And while in the past we’ve featured Blurb engineers, writers, and content managers who also happen to be photographers, Dan Milnor is a photographer who also happens to be a photographer.

Camera: Leica M6
Employee: Dan Milnor
Job: Blurb Photographer at Large

“I’ve had many cameras over the years but none that fit my style more than the Leica. Small, subdued and perfect for making quiet pictures of quiet moments, this camera is with me each and every day. They say that more historically important images have been made with a Leica than any other camera.  I like it so much I bought two! Several weeks ago I began a series of posts called “The Leica File” which detail images I’ve made with this camera over the past twenty years.”

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Next week we’ll be back with another camera and another photo-snapping employee from Blurb. In the meantime, check out past Blurberati with Cameras blog posts and follow us on Instagram (we’re blurb_books) for the latest dispatches from our corner of camera-nerd heaven.

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3 Comments

  1. I have one M6 and one Digital Camera Leica and they make a wonderfull images !! I really love …

    By Renata Brito Marinho
      September 29, 2011 – 5:09 pm   Permalink
  2. Fantastic camera, I’m a great fan of film, have an M3, Leica R4, Pentax LX, Contax AX, OM1 etc. love ‘em.

    By John
      October 20, 2011 – 2:42 pm   Permalink
  3. I like your photos. I enjoy black and white photos. There is always a mystery about them. I like the one where there was someone looking through those holes. Kind of dark too. Very nice work. :-)

      November 16, 2011 – 1:46 pm   Permalink

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