Pic(k) of the week 42: WHERE THERE IS LIGHT THERE IS SHADOW

Earlier this year, while testing the new Fujifilm X-H1 (review here), I shot some images at an old abandoned village in the UAE; Check out Pic(k) of the week 11, "When the desert takes over", for more! When I visited the small village in Al Madam...

Pic(k) of the week 37: NOMADE by Jaume Plensa – Fujifilm X-T3

While testing the brand-new Fujifilm X-T3, I spend some time in Antibes, a great resort town between Nice and Cannes along the French Riviera. A city which is known for its old town enclosed by 16th century ramparts with a star shaped Fort Carré.It is here that Spanish-Catalan artist and sculptor Jaume Plensa,...

Pic(k) of the week 36: HAVING FUN AT BRUSSELS AIRPORT

Street Photography, is not limited to shooting on actual streets, but could be done at any public place where human life can be observed. Over the years, I've shot quite a bit of Street Photography in shopping malls, museums, stations and last but not least since...

Pic(k) of the week 27: IFE AERIALS – A new personal project is born

Sometimes a new photography project is born by experimentation or even out of boredom. Such was the case the other day when I was traveling in the passenger cabin of an airliner. Nowadays a lot of the modern airliners have great in-flight cameras installed on the...

Pic(k) of the week 34: MYSTERIOUS WINDOW REFLECTION – FUJIFILM XF10

The average attention span most people are looking at a single image is probably less than a few seconds. Whenever we can engage the viewer longer, we know we have the potential for an interesting image!  A way of extending that attention span is by adding some...

A perspective on the wild side

By Chris Weston One of the most rewarding parts of my job is making an emotional connection with the wildlife I encounter. One of the most challenging aspects of my job is conveying that connection in a photograph. To do that, I have to make use of...