30 Dec Stories in movement: Combining dance photography with environmental portraits

Source: Fuji X Passion

Thank you Yukio, for your availability. It’s a pleasure to have you for this interview. Could you please start by introducing yourself?
Hey there!

My name is Yukio Tee. Contrary to what my name and my appearance suggest, I am not from Japan but from Germany, but I do have Chinese origins. Other than being a photographer, I am an industrial engineer and I am funding a start-up that is going to produce a fast adjustable and setup tripod.

I am a versatile photographer and my activity includes business, landscapes and weddings but I specialized in portraits and dance photography. I use Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop to process my pictures.

I am a spontaneous and creative person. My love for God is the force that compels me to highlight and share the beauty of people through my photography. I am also into outdoor sports (hiking, rock climbing, windsurfing), adventure travelling, meeting new people, drawing and painting.

Fuji X-T2 . Fuji XF23mmF2 @23mm . f/8 . 1/500″ . ISO 200

Fuji X-T2 . Fuji XF23mmF2 @23mm . f/2.0 . 1/320″ . ISO 200

Fuji X-T2 . Fuji XF56mmF1.2 @56mm . f/1.2 . 1/100″ . ISO 400

How did it all begin, how did you become a photographer?
More than likely, my interests drew me to photography in the first place and ultimately shaped my style. I started developing a feel for colors and compositions through my creative hobbies, such as drawing and painting. Photography was probably

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