Photo Bits

Already 2016 is shaping up to be a very exciting year. We have just come back from a great trip to the Canadian Rockies and now we are heading to one of our favourite North American destinations – the Palouse. In fact, this is not the only trip we plan this year to this land of superb visuals.

Thanks to the hard work of Patrick of fujirumors.com we already know almost everything about the upcoming Fuji X-Pro2. I don’t want to go “off track” by putting too much emphasis on gear but the original Fuji X-Pro1 was a very important camera for us. Not only was this our first interchangeable camera from Fujifilm but it also changed the way we approach photography. We will be shooting with the Fuji X-Pro2 as soon as we can get our hands on it.

We are working on several exciting projects including our first e-book aimed at novice photographers. From our experience, the right start in photography is so important. And that’s not the only project on the horizon. There is a very exciting multi-year project in the works that’s close to my heart. Stay tuned for more info.

Last but certainly not least, I had the privilege of being interviewed by a great photographer/educator, Ian Macdonald. I found Ian’s questions to be very interesting and well-thought out. You can find the full interview here.

Below, please find more of our imagery from the Canadian Rockies.

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next time…

2016 © Kasia & Olaf Sztaba Photography. All rights reserved.

 

13 thoughts on “Photo Bits

  1. As always, a fine set of images, just enough to make me wish I was in Canada right now! Thank you for sharing & for the excellent interview you had with Ian. Left me with lots to think about. Best, Tony

  2. Happy New Year, Olaf, love your work, and your interview with Ian is both insightful and inspiring. I can relate to your classical and purist approach to photography, keeping things simple and yet capturing the essence of the moment and its beauty. Wonderful!

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