Saturday, December 02, 2006

Egyptian workers and Leica

While waiting for family to arrive for lunch today, i talked to a group of egyptian workers and made some frames with my new toy. The Leica m6 is a beauty, and the 50mm summicron lens is a lovely first lens to have.
A lot is happening and i am participating in a social documentary photography workshop for the next four days, i hope i can update the blog more often. Dubai soon for the film festival.
Enjoy

All images shot on tri-x at iso 400, with a leica m6 and a 50mm summicron



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4 Comments:

Blogger Rambling Hal said...

Mabrouk el new toy! Keep showing us what your Leica can do, k?

:)

10:19 AM  
Blogger Omernos said...

MABROOOOOOOK LAITH THE LEICA

it's truly a treasure

amazing photos
the interesting part is that you make things or people we see almost everyday quite interesting!

You're my Photography Hero Laith! :D

omar

3:47 AM  
Blogger Fabien Penso said...

The 35mm summicron is also a beauty. I got both :-) hehe.

3:19 PM  
Blogger Laith said...

oh come on penso, dont get me jelous, im happy with the 50 for now. But sometime next year the 35 is on my list of must buys, maybe the asph. what'd do you say?

Omar, la tkaber rasi, khalas bikfi. hehe.

Hala, inshalla you will see more.

3:26 PM  

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