More from the Leica M10 in Georgia
by Dan Bar
This is my last post from Georgia. I usually shoot people in the streets and from close distance which is quite unpleasant as people don’t often accept being photographed. I usually use the 50 and 28 Cron which forces me to reduce distance and this is why I am considering buying a 75mm lens ( I tried the 75 LUX which is a fine lens but very heavy. I also felt it was hard to focus). So I still can not make up my mind.
Georgia unlike many countries is heaven for all kind of photographers, people like being photographed and they cooperate, smile at you or do not care, let you get close as much as you want.
This is a beautiful country ( I was there three times) with a lot of mountains a great scenery. Tbilisi is a very nice city and the Food is great. Georgia is also very cheap. As I wrote in my previous posts I only used the 50 APO this time, felt like traveling light. Â Thank you for watching my three posts . I also enjoyed very much the debate about my under exposed photos. 🙂