I can’t remember where I heard or read the following phrase so I can properly give attribution but its so apropos of my photographic sentiments for this week.
Following Your Instincts
The word easy does not exists in the adult vocabulary.
When you think about it photography like life itself is not an easy craft. Often times the immediacy of digital photography is the main culprit. We shoot, we see, we judge, and most often all to fast. At the beginning of my foray into the world of m43 photography I was quite obsessed with the highest speed autofocus. These days, I just cherish way more taking my time with creating the images I want. Its a slower process but one I’m starting to feel more comfortable as the weeks come along regardless of the tool as I use.
Pic #5 is haunting….
Thanks, haunting, I like that, it was certainly a haunting week for me.
I’m speechless. Such beautiful photos. I’m not sure if it makes me want to take more photos or give up. The photo of the man is moving beyond words. Do you sell your photos?
Thanks again lol, I appreciate your kind words. No, I don’t sell them, they’re just my vision, I’m far from famous, I’m just a regular tog documenting life.
great captures. The approach reminds me of Wouter, really! Love your super-close street portraits.
Thanks, I appreciate your thoughtful commentary. Yes, Wouter has most definitely been a source of inspirations on various fronts.
there are images that took my breath away, the 8 number, the water sink, the lamps and finally the man asking , praying, showing, is an arrange so good of your work, what a tremendous gathering of good and meaning photos.
Thank you Rey, I’m just a modest photographer, trying to make good images. Images with meaning.
Week 8 is the best so far.
Thank you, its certainly coming to a path.
#2 and #3 are very intriguing. Without showing much you can still get a feel for what you are seeing. Excellent! And thank you for the notch.
No, thank you for everything we’ve talk about in all our communications and everything I’ve learned through your visual imagery.
These are just great shots!
Thanks, they are a direct reflection of my mood this week. 🙂
Delicious tones in all this set!
The LX3 is impressive in your hands
Thanks Fernand. I just want to add that yes “I love it.” But sometimes the grip is what gives, oh well, you can’t have it all. To compare the Ricoh GRD3 feels better but lacks the range of focal lengths. I would say if the GRD makes a camera with a similar focal range to modern standard, then and only then, would I think of replacing my LX3. Saludos.