Everyday carry (EDC)
In today's fast-paced world, we rely on certain essentials to get us through the day: our phone, our wallet, and our keys. But for those of us who have a passion for photography, there's one more essential that we can't leave behind: our camera. It's not just a device for capturing images; it's a way of seeing the world. With your camera by your side, you're ready to capture that decisive moment when everything falls into place – the perfect composition, the right lighting, the emotion of the moment.
Without your camera, you run the risk of missing out on something special. The light might be just right, the scene might be perfect, and you'll be left with nothing to capture the moment except your memory. By making your Leica a part of your everyday essentials, you'll never miss an opportunity to capture something beautiful. Whether it's a candid moment on the street or a stunning landscape, your camera will be ready to capture the magic of the moment.
Share your everyday carry with us! Open your camera bag and show us your personal EDC favourites or share photos that you were only able to capture because you had your Leica with you. Tag your Instagram photos with #LeicaEDC and let us see the world through your lens.
Not only will you have the chance to share your photos with a community of like-minded photography enthusiasts, but you'll also have the opportunity to be featured on our website and social media channels. We can't wait to see your creativity and the beauty you capture with your everyday carry.
Giorgio Galli - Creative Director at Timex Group, carries and uses the Leica Q2 daily for its design, optical performance, fast autofocus, and ease of use, and is drawn to the brand for their commitment to innovation and attractive design.
Alixe Lay - a London-based travel and interior photographer with a mission to capture the genius loci.
Victor M Perez - partner in an international service company, discovered his passion for photography at 40 and now takes his Leica Q2 on all trips, preferring to shoot in all weathers and at all times, focusing on little moments happening everywhere.