How I printed this photo of The Shard – London

So, last year I decided to buy my first professional printer in a bid to start printing my own images at home. I was at the UK Photography Show in Birmingham and I brought the Canon PRO-10S. This printer had a show exclusive £150 cash-back...

Why shooting during the Blue Hour? – Dinant from Dusk to Dawn

This article is made to answering questions of why most of my landscape-cityscape photos are taken during the blue hour. My last photoshoot in Dinant was taken as an example regarding this subject. Still using my trustworthy camera Fujifilm X-T1 and the 12mm f/2.0 Samyang lens...

The Bastard Art

Photography is the bastard art. There are many reasons for this, not the least of which is that everyone owns a smartphone or camera and most people consider themselves capable of taking “excellent” pictures (this notion was even verified in a study.) We’ve also been brainwashed...

Why I Burned My Own Property and How I shot it.

  I was committed to burning my property. I know this sounds a bit crazy but we’re talking about a prescribed burn. My wife researched programs in our area for homeowners to reduce fire hazard. In our area the firefighters are cross-trained for both wildland and structure...

Fuji Privilege

Five Stars for Fuji in Monte Carlo As a full time professional for 30 years I’ve used Canon gear for most of that time though I’ve also had Leica rangefinders, medium format and various other systems. But now I’m definitely in a minority of full...

Is Fuji My New Leica? What About My Sony?

The X-Pro2 feels like a camera. It’s a pleasure to use. In fact the best part about it is I’m barely aware that I’m even using a camera. It’s a natural extension of me and I’m just concentrating on the moment and creating images. That...