A Camera Bag Full of Ideas, Not Gear!

This post will be slightly different. Usually I push you to the cliff edge with my incoherent ramblings but this time I will make it short and snappy. So much has happened in the last few weeks that I have never felt more excited. First,...

Portraits of Vancouverites with the X-series

In the last few posts we went bezerk with writing so this time I would like to leave you with just a few portraits taken on the streets of Vancouver. Enjoy. …and some in colour Fujifilm X100F X-Pro2 plus XF 56mm F1.2. ACROS +R or Classic Chrome with minor...

Mitakon 35mm f0.95 mk2 review

A few months back I decided that I wanted to pull the trigger on the Mitakon 35mm f/0.95 mk2 for the Fujifilm system. I had read good things about the lens and seen some great sample images, so I thought to myself “why not!?” –...

The Wallow

I read an article the other day. It was by someone, who once again, tried to force his own definition of “good street photography” over the gullible masses. Or, thats really not what he did. He didn’t construct his vision of good street photography, he...

Follow Up – Killing The Beast

I didn’t expect this. When writing the piece KILLING THE BEAST I promised myself I would write without the “Will my followers like it?” filter. And so that is exactly what I did. I presented my own journey through social media including beautiful, pretty, bad,...

Reflections And Inspiration

I spent the last weekend of February at the first FujiLove LIVE event in New York, NY. What a wonderful experience it was. During these two days, I found myself drawing inspiration from numerous sources. On my flight home, as my mind raced with new...

Simplicity-In-Seeing: The concept of stage

It is hard to believe but it has almost been two months since we started our Simplicity-In-Seeing platform, which mostly focuses on the craft of seeing. Your response has been phenomenal and it is great to know that so many of you are interested in...

On the Streets with the Fujifilm X100F

Over the last five years or so, my photography interests have migrated from landscape to street – and, in the process, I’ve had an evolution in the kind of camera gear I enjoy shooting with. Back in my landscape photography days, I used traditional DSLRs –...

The Project “Augmented Eye” – Seeing Beyond the Present

The idea for our project “Augmented Eye” transpired when I was shooting on the streets of Vancouver last year. I chose a spot at one of the busiest intersections in the city, a place where I have taken photographs on many occasions. The city life...