Free Webinar July 22: Leica M10-D: Into The Himalayas with Samuel Gillilan

Jun 22, 2020  By Richard Rejino
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You are invited to participate in an interactive webinar, presented by LHSA – The International Society Vice President, Keith Sbiral.

Into the Himalayas with Samuel Gillilan

Wednesday, July 22nd, 1:30 Central Time (US & Canada)/ 8:30 PM Central European ST

Samuel Gillilan will talk about his

  • Experience using the Leica M10-D + 50mm Summicron-APO on a 150mile trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp in March 2020
  • Climbing elevations of 5360m (17,585ft) while operating the M10-D at temperatures of -30C (-22F)
  • Coming down from the Himalayas to global border shutdowns and having to leave Nepal very quickly as concerns about the COVID-19 virus began to occur all over the world. 

Featuring Images from Samuel’s new photography book Asana: Into the Himalayas. 

About the Instructor:

Samuel Gillilan is an international Leica M photographer based on Kauai, HI. 

He travels all over the world to Holy Sites, his attention turned toward the visual arts through the medium of photography as a way of conveying visions & symbolism of the human psyche. World Traditions, Symbolic Portraiture, Time & Nature act as a Sutra that tread together Samuel’s imagery.  Click here for a link to some of the images from the Into the Himalayas series.

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Richard Rejino
Richard is the Executive Director of LHSA - The International Leica Society and a part-time professional photographer. He is also a classically trained pianist, writer and published author. His book, "What Music Means to Me" is available from Hal Leonard Corporation.









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