Getting back in the groove. It’s not easy, it’s actually quite hard getting the hang of it all over again. It’s kind off like a mechanic that knows how to fix the car but is a bit slow in getting everything tune up the right way, he’s confident he can get the job done but it’s going to be a couple of hours. Anyway, a few frames to keep the warm up going and getting my fingers used to it again. All frames shot with the X100T and processed in Capture On
From the Archives & Processed in Capture One Pro 9
Captured with the Lumix GF1 & processed in Capture One my default processing engine and digital asset management from now on∗
Walking through the streets of La Habana you encounter the old with the new as they clash together and form this new amalgam of what their current society is living. Here we see the famous bici-taxi as he checks he’s messaging app ( I guess or or social media app) in a stark contrast that just a few years ago was not seen.
captured with the Fuji X-E2 and Fujinon XF 35MM F/1.4 R
Captured with the Fuji X-T1 and Fujinon 35mm F/2 R WR As the days get shorter and light go aways my eyes wander in different directions. I’m always viewing my surroundings, scoping the scenes, always looking to make a picture or tell a story∗
Love isn’t something you find. Love is something that finds you.
I really have no words to quantify the meaning of this image. Here are my parents in a full embrace that only they understand, they are in their world, a world without children, a world where its just them holding each other and remembering what the last 48 years has been. Its a moment that one cherishes forever and I’m glad I was able to capture it and save it for eternity. Long live documentary photography!