03 Mar The hardest part of my day is choosing which camera to use…

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I was born and raised on the Southside of Chicago. In 2009 I enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and was stationed in Okinawa. In 2016 I moved to England and returned to Okinawa again in 2019. I was introduced into photography 10 years ago by a group of service members. I enjoyed it so much wanted to pursue it professionally. I did not have a favorite genre at the time, however, I would practice shooting HDR landscapes, and pictures of my friends every day.

Currently, I am only shooting street photography using both film and digital cameras. I shoot 35mm, 120mm film, APS-C, and digital medium format. I enjoy searching for certain moments to share with the world. Being in the military has benefited me, by allowing me to travel and capture those moments.

… is it digital?

Fuji X-Pro2 . Fuji XF23mmF2 @23mm . f/2.0 . 1/640″ . ISO 400

Fuji GFX-50R . Fuji GF63mmF2.8 @63mm . f/4.0 . 1/400″ . ISO 1000

Fuji X-Pro3 . Fuji XF35mmF2 @35mm . f/2.0 . 1/640″ . ISO 400

My first Fujifilm camera was the X-A2. At the time I owned a Canon 5D Mk2 and MK3 and a few L series lenses. When I travel for work I always bring a camera. Because the Canon’s were heavier, I wanted a small, light, “travel” camera that had amazing image quality. I did some research and decided to try Fujifilm. When I tested the X-A2 I

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