Leica offers free film and photo assignment

TEANECK, NJ, October 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — To celebrate the growing resurgence of analog photography, Leica camera partners with Ilford Photo to distribute 100 rolls of 35mm film free of charge to every Leica store in United States. Film photographers are invited to carry out a mission documenting their city, witnessing to the grace, the joy, the small sins and the genuine tenderness… Once the mission is finished, the participants can return their film to their local Leica store in November, 1stst for free development by an independent photo lab, The Darkroom, with developed prints subsequently distributed to participating photographers at each store November 17. Film distribution will be on a first-come, first-served basis. October 20, 2022, at participating Leica stores. Participants in Leica’s Free Film and Photography mission can use any make/model of analog camera, own a Leica film camera is not required.

Leica camera – A photography partner

Leica Camera AG is an international premium manufacturer of sports cameras and optics. The legendary reputation of the Leica brand is built on a long tradition of excellent quality, German craftsmanship and German industrial design, combined with innovative technologies. An integral part of the brand’s culture is the diversity of activities the company undertakes for the advancement of photography. In addition to the Leica Galleries and Leica Academies all over the world, there is the Leica Hall of Fame Award and, in particular, the Leica Oskar Barnack Award (LOBA), which is considered one of the most innovative sponsorship awards in existence today. The first Leica 35mm film prototypes were built by Oskar Barnack at Ernst Leitz Optische Werke, Wetzlar, in 1913. The Leica was the first practical 35mm camera to use standard 35mm motion picture film. The brand continues to produce analog and digital cameras, most recently with the launch of the Leica M11 in 2021.

Picture of Ilford

HARMAN Technology Ltd, trading as ILFORD PHOTO, is a pioneering imaging specialist based in Mobberley, Cheshire, United Kingdom. The company – which evolved from the original ILFORD company formed by Alfred Harman in 1879 – manufactures the ILFORD PHOTO and KENTMERE of traditional analogue photographic products to offer the world’s widest range of black and white films, papers and chemicals.

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Hilary freedHARMAN Ltd technology
E-mail: [email protected]
The Internet: www.ilfordphoto.com // www. harmantechnology.com // www.harmanlab.com

The dark room

The Darkroom has been serving film photography professionals and enthusiasts since 1976. As the premier film laboratory of North America, The Darkroom is an award-winning, full-service traditional Dip & Dunk Film Lab providing extensive developing, scanning and printing services for over 45 years. Easy online ordering, prepaid mailings, and scan downloads direct to each photographer’s email address make ordering film services predictable, reliable, and seamless every time.

Please find more information on:

The Internet: www.thedarkroom.com

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Nike Communications Inc.
Phone: 212-529-3400
E-mail: [email protected]
The Internet: www.leica-camera.com

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