No not really. This is my Mums cat stylin' it up for the camera at Christmas time. I had just recently got the Fuji 56mm f1.2 and hadn't really had a chance to play with the lens. I understand why people rave about this lens, even when just taking photos of cats (welcome to the internet) Looking forward to using this lens more in the coming weeks.
In the age of the 'Selfie' New York Photographer Richard Renaldi has been working on a series of photographs that involve approaching, and asking complete strangers to physically interact while posing together for a portrait. Working on the street with a large format eight-by-ten-inch view camera, Renaldi encounters the subjects for his photographs in towns and cities all over the United States. He pairs them up and invites them to pose together, intimately, in ways that people are usually taught to reserve for their close friends and loved ones. Have a look at this amazing project here
Any creative. Be they an artist, writer or dare I say even a photographer, I am sure could relate to this video. Zack Arias is one of my favourite photographers. I love his work, but even more I love his style, his philosophy on photography. I like that he admits to his doubts and anxieties as an artist. When I find myself struggling photographically I often give his video another watch. Give it a watch, you just might find an interesting perspective...
In a little over four weeks I will be heading to Japan for a 12 day photographic frenzy! I can not wait to see what Japan has to offer...
Had the fantastic opportunity and experience today of photographing the Cairns Bhutanese Community fashion show. The traditional dress on display was really a sight to see. The most amazing colours and designs were on show!
Thanks to the Cairns Bhutanese Community for asking me to photograph this show. Some of the most genuinely welcoming and friendly people around! Not to mention the amazing food! Thanks once again for the hospitality!
So my exploration with the Fuji XT-10 continues. I am slowly but surely using the Fuji at every opportunity, and seeing how the little Fuji handles. Unfortunately, time constraints always make getting to locations a bit of a hassle most days.
I was coming back into Cairns from the North side just before sunset. I hadn't tried any sunset shooting with the Fuji as yet. I was interested in seeing the dynamic range and how far I could push the files if necessary. So I pulled over on the side of the highway and started seeing what I could do.
The following file is a single exposure as I wanted to see how hard I could push the shadows etc on the Fuji files. Not as good as my Nikon overall I would say, so I will have to be a little more careful on the exposure. But overall so far I am very happy with what the Fuji is capable of.
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