Take Your Time Seeing

When interacting with my students or even experienced photographers who are new to the genre of street photography, they often tell me about their frustration in finding out how to begin. There are several issues such as lack of concentration, inability to find a good...

Visual Cleansing

It has been an incredibly busy but rooted summer. At the beginning of 2016 we made no plans or visual resolutions but wanted to “keep shedding our photographic skin.” It is remarkable how this constant foraging into new ways of seeing has kept us motivated...

Aerial photography with the Fuji X-Pro2

  It was the end of a three week road trip through the Canadian Rockies and the Pacific Northwest. I had to say goodby heavy hearted to these breathtaking landscapes and amazing wildlife. So I drove to Vancouver airport to fly back home to...

Pieces of my seeing

It is not street, travel or landscape. It is not black and white or colour. It is not your camera, formula or a preset. It’s certainly not a collation. No, it is not always your smile, wit or impulse. It is not always who you...

Two “Fuji X Sisters” for a Rock Concert

  I started shooting live shows, rock festivals in particular, and theater performances with a Canon 1100D and a Sony Alpha 3000. When I bought the Fuji X30 I discovered a different approach to this kind of live events. Suddenly, me and my camera...

The Project “Right Here”

When shooting on the street most people aim for individual images. I do too, most of the time. However, photographers should find time to pursue their personal projects and create a series. The commitment to issues close to our heart along with long-term project management...

Thoughts on Street Photography Workshops

What a privilege! I had no doubt in my mind that this piece had to start with those words of appreciation. Indeed, choosing to take the workshop and entrusting anyone with your own seeing are important decisions. The fact that some of you decided to...

Myanmar – “Come back soon”

  Myanmar’s incredible light calls me back each time, as do the countless heart-opening & humbling experiences I share with its people. For all its troubles and hardships, Myanmar remains one of the friendliest countries I’ve ever set foot in. The folk I meet...

Street and landscape photography: my two passions!

  Hello Norbert Oksza Strzelecki! Could we start the interview by asking to tell us a bit about yourself? Hello! Well, on a day-to-day basis I am a father of 7yo girl, also traveler, triathlete, Japan culture enthusiast and of course photographer living in...

Horror Noir

Matteo Ceschi HORRORS MEETS NOIR – The idea of this new f/50 project arises from the curiosity to see horror and noir movies mixed together. Think about the classic George Romero Night of the Living Dead frames overlapping Michael Curtiz’s Casablanca iconic scenes… BOOOM! My...