Bio – The Story

Shared page from my Leica Wedding Photographer sister blog – http://leicaweddingphotographer.co.uk/bio/

Mr Leica

Leica M9 - Me!

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Author: matthewosbornephotography

Coventry, UK studio based Model and Wedding Photographer offering both Medium Format Film and Digital Images. 1-2-1 Photography and Lighting Tuition also available.

5 thoughts on “Bio – The Story”

  1. You’ve only been photographing since 2009?! I feel so old. I’d finished my PhD in phyiscs by 2002 – and have used a camera since *mumble*. Never seriously though in my defence (kind of).

    1. Haha, everyone has their own pace. I graduated in ’99. Yes got the Lumix TZ 5 Xmas ’08 so it was all go from there. By Easter ’09 I bought the M4/3 Lumix G1, then a Nikon D90, then Nikon D700, then pre-ordered a Nikon D800 then tried film and got a Contax 645. Next I think a Voigtlander Bessa R3A and other film cameras and then came the Leica M9 last August and from their MrLeica evolved!

      1. Ah, there’s hope for me yet – I moved onto a Nikon D90 and then an F3 which was the beginning of my interest in film. I then got a micro 4/3 and my first Leica an M4-P with a 40mm summicron-c. I’m really not very good, so I doubt I’ll earn enough to buy much else (and I’m not a pro). I love your work. My sister just got marriec otherwise I’d recommend you – your work is great.

      2. Thanks and thanks for the thought. I’m really looking forward to the next wedding after the one last weekend. It’s all coming together nicely! 🙂 It sounds like you have some nice kit so it’s just a matter of practise makes perfect. That’s my strategy anyway! 🙂

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