Siegfried Hansen is known for his quite unique visual language in street photography. He makes heavy use of graphical elements and geometric shapes and in general has an almost mathematical approach to photography. I had the pleasure of joining one of his workshops where he extensively elaborated on his way of working and on how he developed his visual style.
The Leica M10-D is a limited camera, in every possible sense. It’s limited because it is a camera with a steep price, but it’s also limited in features. You could call that a paradox, but not in the world of Leica. It’s a digital camera stripped to its bare-bones, even without a LCD, and is therefore positioned as a digital camera with an analog soul.
With the resurgence of analog photography this topic seems to be quite alive again. Sometimes discussing this topic and being on one side, can make you feel like you are defending a religion. Shooting analog or digital in street photography. Here is what I think.