And with that said, its diet time. I hope to share my experiences as I embark into a health and wellness lifestyle.
Every time I shoot portraits with the XF 35mm I just get a little twinkle in my eye and a smile on my face.
I couldn’t be happier to have one of the best documentary photographers in the world join the Origami Collective. I’d like to introduce you to Yves Choquette, a Canadian documentary photography (also an Official Fujifilm X Photographer) that truly excels at he does ― reportage.
Getting reacquainted with the Fuji X-E2 has been a real pleasure. After having tried a few X-series cameras I must say this has been my favorite so far. With the right accessories it transforms into a jack of all trades.
Who are you and what’s your profession? Hey, my name is Olivier Duong, I’m a Haitian-French-Vietnamese dude born and raised in Haiti. Profession? I’ve tried to get a job many times with other shooters and all, I’ve went so far as to design a whole ebook for someone, explaining point by point how I could help their business, I never got anything! No call, nothing. I was getting nowhere, so much so my wife told me she felt bad for me. So, tired of asking, I decided to go in business for myself.
So I’m checking my mail app and in comes in this email from Blurb. You know the type that sometime ago you signed up for and keeping getting the recurring emails, yeah that type. To my surprise the actual title of the email caught my attention ― How to make a meal last forever, so I decided to have a look. Food Photography is something that has always interested me but I have not really practiced it all that much. You know once in a while, I take my compact of choice along to a restaurant and make a few images here and there but that’s a rarity to be honest.