The Story Behind That Picture: "Peter Coeln - A Tribute to Andy Warhol Eating a Burger in New York"
Some times things things are best left unexplained. As this video that is a tribute to Jørgen Let's clip with Andy Warhol Eating a Burger in New York from the hard-to-get movie video "66 Scenes From America"
The location is one of the hottest Leica spots in the world, the Leica Shop in Vienna with the surrounding WestLicht Camera Auctions where the most expensive Leica cameras and lenses are being auctioned every six months, , ther cafe with bookstore, the WestLicht Museum with rare cameras from the history of photography, and the WestLicht Gallery that hosts exhibitions.
The WestLicht Camera Museum has many rare cameras and funny stories to tell. Amongst the intersting things is the worlds first camera that is so rare only one example exist.
A great place for photography enthusiasts looking for inspiration, good coffee, a book and perhaps a rare lens hood for a Leica lens from the 40s.
Peter Coeln is the man who started it all in his former photo studio 22 years ago when he did product photography.
Music in the video is from late Ole Boskov who composed this tune for me in 2006.
More than 20,000 people visit the World Press exhibition in WestLicht Gallery.
Technically, the video was done with Leica M 240 and Leica 50mm Noctilux-M ASPH f/0.95 using a Sennheiser EW K1112 wireless microphone kit from. Editing was done in Final Cut Pro X.