06 Apr On photo walks, friendships and not clicking the shutter

Source: Ian Macdonald Photography

Last Sunday I helped lead a photowalk in Vancouver for Fujifilm Canada, our first one since November.  Spencer Wynn, one of my fellow Official Fuji X Photographers, has embarked on a cross country trip with the new GFX-50S medium format camera to celebrate both the launch of the camera and Canada’s 150th anniversary.  This walk was an opportunity for Vancouver based Fuji photographers to support the trip, chat with Spencer and get some hands on time with the new camera if they so desired.  I have long been a fan of Spencer’s work, so I was very excited to chat with him about this journey.  You can follow Spencer’s trip here:

gfxcanadianjournal.ca

… and view his main website here:

spencerwynn.com

When the group started gathering at the Vancouver Public Library, the weather was perfect:  the sky was blue, the sun was shining, early morning golden light was bouncing around the city creating beautiful pockets of light and shadow and it was warm by early spring standards.  Our Vancouver meet ups have been quite large in the past, but this one was intentionally kept low key to give people ample opportunity to try out the GFX and to ask questions.  It was great to see people I knew from previous photo walks and workshops, and also to finally meet people who I only knew through social media up until now.  Everyone chatted informally until my friend Gord Webster, one of the Official Fuji Guys, gave the high sign to kick off the

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