The rabbit hole

My name is Robert Sykes. I’m twenty-eight years old and I live in Houston, Texas. I have a beautiful wife. Together, we have a gorgeous two-year-old daughter. I practice Zen meditation. I work full time as an ICU nurse. And, I am a part-time photographer....

Fav 100 snaps from X100 Series.

I could still vividly remember the day I saw the original X100 in the flesh. Never own the original. Had a couple of chances using the X100S. Eventually I did own X100T and now the X100F. A very worn out X100F because is my everyday camera. I...

Heritage Town Photowalk.

Every photowalk is different. This afternoon is a little more special. I used to lived in eastern part of Singapore. And today’s Fujifilm Singapore photowalk span across the entire length of this road call Joo Chiat in the east. It’s not a particular long road....

Seeing Between the Lines

Yesterday I came across a fascinating interview with Gregory Crewdson (thank you Zhai Y.) in which he explains the process of creating his images.  In one part he says: “…but I think that’s where the mystery of the picture comes from – that tension, from...

Stockholm

No new post since February! – I’m such a total slacker. I apologise sincerely to all of you who are following along. I will give you a promise today, that…...

The Craft of Street Portraiture

The fusion of light, shadow, line and perspective drives my seeing and photography. Most of my images include a human element but it is usually subtle and subservient to the overall image.  I do, however, enjoy street portraiture a lot. If I decide to shoot...

Out Out !

It’s been a difficult year so far, apart from a couple of days work at Peoples Ford Liverpool I have hardly been out with a camera and this bank holiday weekend was the first real chance to be out with my camera this year....

What Lies Behind : Photographic Insights – Volume Four

Camera INFO:  Fujifilm X100F | f/8 | 1/600th | ISO 200 Let’s talk for a minute about being prepared, both mentally and physically, when we are out shooting on the streets. My approach to street photography is usually more methodical than reactive, working to build an image...