“Death is actually a matter of life”

Text: Jesper Storgaard Jensen Photos: Klaus Bo “Some years ago I was going to document life in a mosque in the Vesterbro neighborhood, in Copenhagen. A member of the neighborhood’s Pakistani community had died and the body was about to be sent to Pakistan. The deceased was...

Top 10 Photographs – 2018

Inspired by Martin Bailey I decided to pick out 10 of my favourite photographs of 2018. These were all taken on Fuji Cameras either Fuji X-T2 or the new Fuji X-T3 Santorini, Greece Photographs from Santorini feature quite frequently in my top 10 thanks to the photogenic...

An Approach To Finding My Own Look

Being relatively new to photography, I quickly learned that the best way of improving is to simply bring the camera with me and take pictures. Thousands of pictures. I`ve experimented with black & white photography, vintage lenses, HDR, long exposures, timelapses and so forth. I`ve...

Street Photography & Video Techniques Using The Fujifilm X-T2

Fuji X-T2 . Fuji XF23mmF2 @23mm . f/4.0 . 1/1000″ . ISO 600 Hi Haris! Would you like to start by introducing yourself, where do you live, what do you do and when did you first got interested in Photography? My name is Haris Ahmed, and I...

Capture One 12 – Yosemite Falls Re-Edit

A rainy morning in California I recently moved my entire back catalog of over one hundred thousand images from Adobe Lightroom to Capture One Pro 12. The migration has been an opportunity to re-visit some forgotten images and do some re-processing. I like the feel of the...

Pic(k) of the week 42: WHERE THERE IS LIGHT THERE IS SHADOW

Earlier this year, while testing the new Fujifilm X-H1 (review here), I shot some images at an old abandoned village in the UAE; Check out Pic(k) of the week 11, "When the desert takes over", for more! When I visited the small village in Al Madam...

Pic(k) of the week 41: SUNSET OVER MOUNT FUJI

Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and one of the main symbols of the country. At 3776m (12389ft) it is a dormant volcano which last erupted in 1708. Although about 100km away from the capital, it often can be seen on a clear day from downtown Tokyo. Mount...