NEW!
Leica equips students taking part in the Photo-reportage and press magazine program.
In exclusive partnership with Spéos and Paris Match.

Leica will be providing equipment for the school’s first intake of students who enroll in the Photo-reportage and press magazine program created by Paris Match and Spéos. The legendary German brand will be offering a V-Lux to students to support their training over the 2 years until July 2019. 

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Already a hundred years old, the manufacturer with the small red patch continues to affirm its commitment to photojournalists and photo-reporters by partnering with Paris Match and Spéos as part of this endowment. To continue the long relationship it has with Paris Match – Leica has always equipped the photographers of the magazine for many years – it is now entering the world of education with Spéos.

With the Leica V-Lux, the first students to enrol will be able to cover all the photographic situations thanks to the powerful 25-400 mm zoom: from wide angle to standard telephoto lens, macro mode up to a distance of just 3 cm.

Family portrait: Paris Match photographers pose with their Leica’s. © Paris Match Archive. 1st row, from left to right: Lucien Nau, Jacques de Potier, Gérard Géry, Patrice Habans, René Vital, Jack Garofalo, Daniel Camus and Philippe Le Tellier. 2nd row: Michel Descamps, Maurice Jarnoux, André Lefebvre, Walter Carone, Willy Rizzo, Izis and Hubert de Segonzac. 3rd row: Georges Ménager, Claude Azoulay, Charles Courrière, François Gragnon, Pierre Vals, Roger Picherie and Jean-Claude Sauer. March 1960.

Family portrait: Paris Match photographers pose with their Leica’s.
© Paris Match Archive.
1st row, from left to right: Lucien Nau, Jacques de Potier, Gérard Géry, Patrice Habans, René Vital, Jack Garofalo, Daniel Camus and Philippe Le Tellier.
2nd row: Michel Descamps, Maurice Jarnoux, André Lefebvre, Walter Carone, Willy Rizzo, Izis and Hubert de Segonzac.
3rd row: Georges Ménager, Claude Azoulay, Charles Courrière, François Gragnon, Pierre Vals, Roger Picherie and Jean-Claude Sauer. March 1960.

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