Pic(k) of the week 20: STREET PHOTOGRAPHY IN SATWA, DUBAI

To me an interesting Street Photograph should make you ask more questions than provide you with answers. I like images where the viewer eyes are lead through the frame searching for what is going on. When I noticed a series of mirrors for sale outside a...

Pic(k) of the week 8: THE RED DOOR AND THE COW – VARANASI, INDIA

After attending Vineet Vohra's "How to Street" workshop as part of the Xposure photo-festival in Sharjah last November, I knew I had to go to Varanasi, India. Vineet, like many other Indian Street Photographers, has done a lot of great work in Varanasi, the Northeastern city along the...

Pic(k) of the week 3: MEN AT WORK – Street Photography in Deira, Dubai

Blog-readers have probably noticed that Street Photography has become more and more important in my personal photography! Those really paying attention might even have picked up on the fact that I moved "Street Photography" to the top in my gallery section of the website. Although I try to do as...

Pic(k) of the week 44: TOKYO STREETHUNT with the Fujifilm X-E3

Last week I spend 4 days in the worlds most populous city on the planet; Tokyo Japan a megapolis with close to 38 million people which is always popular with Street Photographers. I'm intrigued by how efficiently public transport in the city is run. To put things...

Pic(k) of the week 25: EID MUBARAK – SATWA, DUBAI

Today is the last day of Ramadan, the yearly month of fasting observed by Muslims all over the world and of which the yearly participation is observed as one of the 5 pillars of Islam. After Ramadan, the first day of the next lunar month starts of with festivities...