Truly a riveting article and amazing documentary photography. The photographer of this story did a wonderful job at documenting the reality that these women have to endure in a day to day basis. A truly gut wrenching situation. I personally had no idea a place like this existed and much that its 200 years old. BangladeshContinue reading “Kandapara brothel →”
Last weekend I time-traveled back to the early 70s. I visited a nuclear plant which is located just about 25km away from my home but I don’t need to worry: We never turned it on! But lets give you some historical facts. The plant was constructed in 1969 and built in between 1974 to 1976.Continue reading “Days of Innocence”
I’ve been tweeting lately of this new app called Tonality Pro and how amazing it is for black and white conversions with Fuji RAF files. So with that said, I decided to put it through its paces by publishing an essay at the Collective titled Towards Recovery.
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.
With the recent release of the Fuji 56mm 1.2 and other native XF mount lens like the Rokinon 85mm 1.4 I must say that portraits have been on my mind quite a bit. I’m still debating how much I would actually use a lens in the following focal lengths ie. anything from an effective focalContinue reading “Portraits and Lens Distortion”
Well look who arrived in the XF scene to brighten up our days. The Rokinon 85mm 1.4 in native XF mount. No more adapters to fumble with. I was chatting on Twitter with Riley Joseph in terms of the size and guess what, its 17mm shorter than the XF 55-200mm. The 85mm 1.4 comes inContinue reading “Rokinon 85mm 1.4 XF Mount”
I recently joined the OVF side of Fuji Xseries cameras and this post clarified a lot of my questions. Just when I was looking for answers this post popped out. Its a two part series so be sure to follow with the next one once your there. I shoot fujifilm exclusively; I use two X-ProContinue reading “OVF Magic with the X-Pro 1 & X100”
If folks have any doubts that the Fuji X100s can be used successfully for commercial work under the right conditions, then Mark Kitaoka’s work should appease many of you out there. My X100S was utilized in a commercial shoot for Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s 2014 Beethoven Festival Banner (80 feet by 18 feet) which hangs on the sideContinue reading “Fuji X100S print capabilities 80×18 ft”