In March I did a blog post on the centennial of the Leica camera, the original 35mm camera. I wrote about my own love affair with the Leica, and the M3 camera I’ve owned since I was in high school.
I’m back on the topic because I stumbled across a lovely little BBC video tribute to Leica by photojournalist Tom Stoddart. In it he talks about Alfred Eisenstadt’s iconic image of the sailor kissing the nurse in Times Square, and about Cartier-Bresson stalking subjects in the streets of Paris. Just click here for a look.
To check out some of my own old street photography–much of it shot on my M3–go to my gallery at Mnartists.org.