From the roads of Patagonia to the coast of Daebu Island.

Korean photographer Jungho Jung travels the endless landscapes of Patagonia with the Leica SL2 and finds special perspectives on Daebu Island.


"What I am currently interested in is the photography of the scenes I encounter while driving a car."

When I drive, the foreground or background seen from the car creates unexpected and new structures.


“There are two perfect things in the world. One is a cat and the other one is the Leica.”

Jungho Jung

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I'm constantly working on city related projects, therefore Daebu Island offered some new perspectives.
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"When I look through the SL2's viewfinder, the colors of vehicles or metal surfaces seem somehow more realistic than I can see with my own eyes."

Read the in-depth interview with Jungho Jung on our Leica Blog!

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The SL2 is, next to the Leica M, the only mirrorless full format system camera designed and crafted in Germany, and is a technical marvel of pure performance and unmatched build quality. The Leica SL2 is the natural evolution of the innovative Leica SL, serving as a groundbreaking embrace of the future of digital photography and videography.