Staying for two weeks, Mr. Ogasawara and Mr. Watanabe, two highly professional photographers, came from Japan equipped with a high resolution camera that can capture up to 80 mega pixels quality photos, with which they carried out the high resolution photographing of the lead artifacts. Such a high-end camera and photography equipment can be very hard to get your hands on in Egypt, all the more to make it a great opportunity for the project to be able to document the work with such quality.
When the photography starts, the atmosphere becomes very tense as Mr. Ogasawara concentrates in silence. Mr. Watanabe, assisting Mr. Ogasawara, already knows what he need without words. Mr. Ogasawara’s concentration consumes a lot of physical strength at the breath-taking moments of capturing one shot. The picture taken by Mr. Ogasawara is clearer than being actually seen by bare eyes.