96 Hours in Paris – Part Four

A few years ago my PTSD raised its ugly head, a hidden scar from years of working as a paramedic that plunged me into darkness.  The long process of healing, of becoming whole again, taught me a lot about mindfulness and purpose.  It led me...

Seeing San Francisco with New Eyes

I am well aware that I promised the second part of “The best Fujifilm lenses to start with in late 2017.” It is coming! However, today I would like to share with you some imagery shot by my students during the Streets of San Francisco...

96 Hours in Paris – Part Three

Over two million people live in Paris, a number that swells past twelve million when you include the surrounding areas.  Streets and alleyways are impassible at times, people twisting and turning to fight their way through crowds as they go about their business. Paris, somehow,...

96 Hours in Paris – Part Two

“That Paris exists and anyone could choose to live anywhere else in the world will always be a mystery to me.” – Marion Cotillard It is hard to put into words why I love this city so much.  Paris is many things;  beautiful at...

96 Hours in Paris – Part One

I am consumed by the city.  This isn’t my first trip here, nor will it be my last, but the magic, the wonderment, it never goes away.  My mind takes in the people, the sounds, the smells, the architecture, the beauty that lays at...

Kandooma.

XPro2 + XF35mm F1.4 Maldives was never in my bucket list for travel photography. Can’t imagine being stuck in a small island for a week. Having said this; my wife can’t resist a promotional deal from Silkair and the rest is history. The...

Writing visual poetry with R-A-I-N

It’s been almost three years since we started working on our R-A-I-N project. Since then we have not only embraced shooting in the R-A-I-N but have also fallen in love with it. I feel that photographing on sunny days is like writing a job assignment...

The Creativity Trap

If I had to choose one photographic buzzword that rang the loudest it would be “creative.” Just look on the Internet and a flood of “creatives, creative, create” and so on hit you. In other words, if you want to be a cool kid you...

Travel Light – The Ancient and Modern in Mexico

By Jeff Carter Travel Light – The Ancient and Modern in Mexico There is nothing like visiting a faraway land for the first time. Most photographers relish the opportunity to discover new places and experience a different culture. The problem is not knowing what you are going to...

Fujifilm X-E3: So funktioniert das neue AF-System

von Rico Pfirstinger Das verbesserte Autofokus-System der X-E3 (und X-T2 & X-Pro2) Zu den wichtigsten Neuerungen der Fujifilm X-E3 zählt ihr verbessertes AF-System, von dem im November und Dezember auch Benutzer der X-T2 und X-Pro2 via Firmware-Updates profitieren werden. Fuji X Secrets konnte die neue Technologie...