1 June 2011, 23:52 | Elja Trum | 2236x read

Leica 50mm wedding rings

If you and your partner are both into photography and planning to get married, perhaps this idea is for you: weddings rings based on the Leica 50mm Summilux lens. A Japanese couple asked their jewelry-maker friend to create weddings rings that looked just like the focus and aperture ring.

The friend also made a special wedding ring holder shaped like a Leica M3. The rings slide onto the lens just where they belong. You'd almost be sorry you ought to wear the ring instead of keeping it on the Leica M3 ring-holder.

Leica M3 and Lecia 50mm Summilux wedding rings

My wife isn't that much into photography, but else I would have loved this idea for myself!

Source: Petapixel

Elja Trum   About the author; Elja Trum
Elja Trum is founder of Photofacts and author of a Dutch book on black-and-white photography. In his daily life he is an e-business consultant with Directshop.
Elja uses Twitter, is married and father of Mika and Vera.
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