Wild West Adventure 2017 ~ Pictures

01. This was a special moment on our Wild West Adventure when Claire sang the Star Spangled Banner at the top of her voice into the hot wind of the Painted Desert. Basic facts: We journeyed 1380 miles through Nevada, Arizona and Utah in 5 SUVs. We were 12...

In The Dutch Mountains

FUJIFILM X-Pro2 (121.8mm, f/8, 1/850 sec, ISO200) You are right. That’s not the Netherlands. Regarding landscape it is the exact opposite. A long time ago I read a book by Cees Nooteboom. The title of its english translation: In the Dutch Mountains. It’s also a...

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...

Washington seascapes

Photographing the Olympic coast with the GFX Over a recent long weekend, we returned to the small community of La Push, on the Quileute tribal land, on the coast of Washington. A year ago, we made the same trip, when I had a prototype...

Shooting the Captivating Italian Lakes with the GFX

By Mark Bauer Landscape photographer, Mark Bauer lives near Dorset’s Jurassic coast, which is world renowned for being stunningly beautiful. This part of the country, as well as travelling with photography provides him with a constant source of inspiration. Mark recently visited the...

Fujifilm GFX50S – The Fluidity of Light

Although I anticipated that medium format was the next area for camera companies to disrupt, I never thought that such a system would force me to rethink my gear choice. Since the Fujifilm GFX50S camera was announced, the pixel-peeping crowd has gone berserk (at least this...

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...

Yet Another Travel Planning Post: UK Edition

Here we go again. Another trip. Another round of "what gear do I pack?" I will be spending a week in the north of the UK around the Sheffield and York area. I want to travel lightly, but also be prepared for multiple possibilities. The...

Decision, decision, decision.

The mention of the word holiday will always brighten ones face. The journey, nice accommodation, food, shopping and of course the experience of visiting a new country. Prior to that, the headache of packing is something many family man could relate to. Your children’s clothing...

How I Shot the Holi Festival in India

Shooting events with a ton of people can always be a bit overwhelming at times. There are thing constantly happening all around you, pulling your attention in every direction. Add to this being in another country and at an event such as the Holi...