“Leica’s fame was built on the work and celebrity of Henri Cartier-Bresson. However, I cannot imagine it would please HCB to see the “luxe” direction Leica is taking. Bresson believed in the power of photography. Before his death, he created a photographic center in Paris to encourage and exhibit the work of photographers, mostly Leica photographers. If he were alive today, I have to believe he would urge Leica to invest a little more in the future of cameras as “working tools” rather than in the future of cameras as “investments.”—Interesting point of view from Imaging Resource. It’s worth reading the whole article.
Ok, I’m a little late with this one, but Adobe have brought Lightroom to the Mac App Store. While I know the store has its critics it has numerous advantages, including ease of instillation and updates, as well as being able to use the software on multiple macs.