Processing Street Photographs in Classic Chrome

There has been a lot of black and white imagery on this site lately as I shared my “96 Hours in Paris” series, so I think it is definitely time for some colour.  In this post I’d like to share 15 new street images that...

Pic(k) of the week 44: TOKYO STREETHUNT with the Fujifilm X-E3

Last week I spend 4 days in the worlds most populous city on the planet; Tokyo Japan a megapolis with close to 38 million people which is always popular with Street Photographers. I'm intrigued by how efficiently public transport in the city is run. To put things...

Pic(k) of the week 39: THIS IS NOT A DOUBLE EXPOSURE

Most modern cameras (all of the latest Fujifilm X-series, more here) have a multi or sometimes called double exposure mode. I allows the photographer to take multiple images and blend them together during the shooting process; something that can be used in a very creative way!Now, the...

Toronto Street Photography Part One – Sunshine

In July I spent a week in Toronto on business:  a 3 day street photography workshop, a photowalk with my friends at Fujifilm Canada, meetings, and a day of private instruction with a student.  It was a whirlwind trip, to say the least. When I...

The Wall

Photography can be a fickle thing at times:  some projects involve countless hours of planning, execution, blood and sweat, while others seem to materialize out of nowhere and come together quickly. I was recently in Toronto for a week of work that included a 3...

Pic(k) of the week 29: NEW YORK IN THE RAIN – when luck is on your side

New York city, remains my number one preferred destination when it comes to Street Photography! Needless to say, I'm always looking forward to hunting the streets of Manhattan, whenever the opportunity arrises. Such was the case last week, when I spend 48hrs in the Big Apple! Unfortunately the weather wasn't on...

Seattle, the Fuji X-Pro2, street photography, a chance encounter

“Is that a film camera?” That’s how it started, asked as I was taking a photo of a gentleman walking down the street by Pike Place Market. “Sort of”, I replied, showing him the photo that I just took on the back of the camera. “It’s the...