We joined this year’s April Fools craze with the piece “Enough of this mirrorless nonsense.” Thank you for laughing with us and not taking this babble of ours too seriously.
Today I would like to touch on a personal note. We photographers have a tendency to work hard on our professional assignments or projects. However, when it comes to family or personal photos we often shrug them off: “These are just family pics.” This laissez-faire attitude usually leads to mediocre images. In perspective, sooner or later we all realize that these are the images we value the most. These are images that will create a smile on our face, trigger a tear in our eye and provide us with the best memories. Make sure you work on them at least as hard as you do when shooting for a client or for pleasure. After all, they are going to be the most important images you will ever take.
Here are a few images of our son Oli at the University of British Columbia where he is doing his first work experience. They are all shot with the Fuji X-Pro2 and the XF 35mm F1.4 lens. Classic Chrome film simulation. Some of them are taken with ISO 6400!
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