Upon my return to photography I quickly scooped up a Graphite XT2 which totally blew away and X100T. I shot both for about a month and an opportunity arose to do an even trade for an X-Pro 2 and I quickly scooped that one and along the way I sold the X100T and picked upContinue reading “Thoughts on the X100F vs X100S”
From the archives 2011 and just submitted to the Miami Street Photography Festival 2016 competition “You’re stuck with me forever, Michie, get used to it. It’s the ties that bind, darlin’, the ties that bind.” — Jim Marshall Has it ever happened to you. You’re staring at one of your images and you absolutely fallContinue reading “The ties that bind”
I’m getting back in the groove of processing and starting to get the hand of Capture One. These were taken from my recent trip to Cuba back in June of this year.
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 thatContinue reading “Whatsapp”
While walking through the streets of “La Habana, Cuba” I came upon this great scene of what seemed like a Taxi driver staking someone out or waiting for that certain person. I just love the street photography especially in Cuba.
Lost in Time Walking through Havana was a surreal experience. The city is filled with a certain sense of energy that is very difficult to describe. I walked and walked endlessly throughout the streets of La Havana and the colors, the contrast, the highlights, the clothing of the people, the cars, in fact just aboutContinue reading “Havana, Lost in Time”
Captured with the Fuji X100S in Habana, Cuba and processed with Classic Chrome