16 Jan Shooting Street with the X-Pro2 in Vietnam

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Fuji X-Pro2 . Fuji XF23mmF2 @23mm . f/2.2 . 1/125″ . ISO 400

Fourteen hours, a handful of cheap Korean beers, and two loosely inspired Korean airline meals later, it was midnight and I was landing in Hanoi Vietnam. The journey was taxing, upon landing all I could think about was a warm bowl of phở and a bed. After a short taxi ride from the airport, I dropped my backpack off at a friends house and five minutes later, I’m speeding down the winding Hanoi backstreets on a motorbike dropping my lens caps, trying to shoot photos with one hand and keep up with my guide at the same time.

My name is Jake Plasse. I am from San Diego, California but currently based in Santa Cruz, California. I am an amature travel, documentary and street photographer and I have been photographing since 2015. My Pentax K1000 was the first camera that got me into photography and the Fujifilm X100s was the first digital camera that I ever owned. I have owned 4 Fuji cameras in my short photographic career, the X100s, X100t, X-T1 and the X-Pro2, and I have shot with nothing else since….

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