Today I met some cool folks living the dream in a Tiny House traveling across the United States and Canada writing, photographing and blogging along the way. Guillaume Dutilh and Jenna Spesard have built a tiny house on a trailer and are telling the world about the experience with workshops, their website, and blog. I thought what a great time to use the new Leica 21mm Super Elmar. On a tiny house. So as I rolled up to where they were staying there was Jenna coming back from a run with her dog. She greeted us with a hearty handshake and introduction to herself and her dog who was just as cheerful. My reporter and I climbed up inside their home on wheels and were immediately amazed at what they have done with such a small space. The camera and lens fit the assignment perfectly. Here are a few shots from the assignment.
Guillaume and Jenna have done a great job with the house as I think you can see from the photos. I struck up a conversation with Guillaume about his photography and he mentioned that he was using an A7 and an A7s with some Leica and Voigtlander glass. Check out his great images here. Guillaume told me the reason he switched from his full Nikon Pro system was because of the size. The A series and rangefinder glass fit in a smaller camera bag for storage - for the tiny house, cool. Here is the link to their sites tinyhousegiantjourney.com they have plenty of really good stories and images of their journey.