Japanese photographer Kosuke Okahara enjoys shooting with wide-angles. The picture angle of the Elmarit-M 24 mm f/2.8 Asph is ideal for his style of working – allowing for a close proximity to his subjects.
Okahara's reportage on Transnistria, a non-recognised state located between Moldova and the Ukraine (featured in LFI 1/2014) was created predominantly with the Elmarit-M 24 mm.
Many of his photographs are taken in restricted spaces with low light, where a standard lens would capture only a limited part of the image field.
To find out more about Kosuke Okahara and why the Elmarit-M 24 mm f/2.8 Asph is his lens of choice, see the full article in LFI 4/2014.