20 new Fuji X100F street images (and a quick word of encouragement)

I am blessed to be an educator for many reasons, not the least of which are the amazing conversations I have had with my students over the last 20 years.  Recently, one student told me that they were struggling because they didn’t feel inspired to go...

Street Photography Silhouettes

I love candid photography.  It is the way I photograph weddings, the way I photograph events and of course, the way I shoot most of my street photography.  The never ending variety of images intrigues and excites me because I am only limited by my vision and by my creativity.  Backlit silhouettes...

Fujifilm X100F Street Photography

This is the third article in my ongoing series on the new Fujifilm X100F. If you haven’t read the previous articles yet I have a full review of the camera HERE, and a detailed article on how I set it up for shooting on...

Vancouver Street Photography Workshop

Everyone who reads this blog, or follows me on Instagram, knows how much I enjoy street photography. I love the process of shooting on the street, I love the people I meet, I love the resulting images, and I love how it always...

Pic(k) of the week 2: Playing games at Khlong Toei market

First time I heard about Thai photographer, Rammy Narula, was through French Street Photographer Valerie Jardin. Both Ramy and myself appeared on her popular podcast "Streets of the World"; to check out the one about Bangkok click here, while my talk about Dubai can be found here. Valerie...

Pic(k) of the week 49: AFRICA MEETS PAKISTAN, Dubai

Over the years, Street Photography has taken a much larger role in my personal photography. There is no question that the Fujifilm cameras I've been using since November 2012, are definitively responsible for that! Since Fujifilm announced the new 23mm f2 lens a few months ago, it has quickly taken...

Pic(k) of the week 43: DUBAI CONTRAST

The contrast between the rich and poor in Dubai, is something that might not be obvious for a tourist that stays only a week in a luxury beach front hotel, but it does however become clear when one delves a bit deeper in the society...