Articulate Seeing

A few weeks ago, I came across a fascinating article by Don Craig, a photographer and friend from Victoria, British Columbia, titled “Articulate.” Although most of the piece deals with the medium format GFX, Don raised an issue I found most interesting. The leading thought...

Back in the Darkroom

Interview with Giulio Limongelli, photographer, printer and inventor of a new technique to print digital files in the darkroom. “I deal with Photography since 1985. I started in a workshop, my training is therefore Artisan and I care a lot to specify it. Photography...

Tree of Life

It is strange and mysterious – as she said. Just an hour ago, I was eating my breakfast and chatting with a local waitress when she mentioned this special place I had never heard of. When she whispered, “tree of life,” her eyes lit up...

Observation – The Holy Grail of Photography

Forgotten Memory, X100F On the surface the photographic process appears to be easy and straightforward. You grab a camera and capture whatever you like. This is true for someone who doesn’t aim at creating a photograph but rather performs the mechanical task of pressing the...

Fujifilm Mirrorless, why switch?

“In December 2015, at the Boston Public Library, I photographed my last wedding with DSLRS. Every shot I’ve taken since has been on Fujifilm Mirrorless Cameras.”   WHY SWITCH?WEIGHT. The Fujifilm X gear weighs ~ 1/2 of what the Canon & Nikon gear does. This...

A visitor, a critique session and life’s compartments

Spencer Wynn. The image was taken with the GFX. Last weekend we had a very special visitor. Spencer Wynn, a Canadian documentary photographer, came to Vancouver as one of the stops on his coast-to-coast journey celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday. He is travelling across this great country...

KAGE Collective – All Stories

A selection of stories from KAGE collective featuring works by PATRICK LA ROQUE, DEREK CLARK, CHARLENE WINFRED, ROBERT CATTO and other members of the collective. ...

Seven Trips Around the Sun

Picture by Charlene Winfred, captured in Nordjylland, Denmark.   So this is the post where I write about being a nomad for more than 7 years. The thing is, I already wrote about the first 5 years in several posts and I am a really lazy and...

The R-A-I-N project update

We’ve been working on our R-A-I-N project for more than a year. There is no question that it has been one of the most challenging projects we’ve ever worked on – for several reasons. Luckily, there’s no shortage of rain in Vancouver! First, spending hours outside...