Fujifilm Documentary Photography

Yves Choquette & the Origami Collective →

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.

When it comes documentary photography as genre its hard not to talk about reportage photography on the war front or areas of conflict. In these scenarios, a stray or not so stray bullet can take your life in a micro second but Yves Choquette’s body of work in the Ukraine is a true testament to what a determined photographer can accomplish even in the most hostile of climates.

Welcome aboard Yves and a very warm welcome from everyone at the collective!

The child soldier

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