If you had to pick up your Leica Q camera right now, and you had to aim and press that shutter within a few seconds...how confident are you that you’ll get that shot? Find out how to prepare your camera in our newest blog post!
With its 28mm lens, the Leica Q camera has a wide ranging field of view, packing a fair bit of scenery into the one image. For this reason, everyone knows that this camera is perfect for street photography, architecture, and landscapes, but did you know it can also be used effectively for portraits?
When you invest in a Leica Q camera, you are going to expect great performance for many years to come, but this will only happen if you look after it properly. And since the Leica Q has a fixed lens, you can’t just switch over to another lens and keep shooting if you damage that lovely piece of glass at the front of your camera.
This means protecting the lens becomes your main priority when photographing. Here’s how to do it right…