First thoughts and a guest’s impressions of the Fujifilm GFX 50R

First thoughts and a guest’s impressions of the Fujifilm GFX 50R

Fujifilm’s medium format assault continues. For years there has been a discussion about what Fujifilm should do next after establishing itself in the APS-C segment with the X-series. Many people advocated for the need of a full frame line-up. I have always thought that would be a major mistake for several reasons. First, after shooting [...]

On the edge of seeing

On the edge of seeing

In the last few months I had the privilege of meeting many interesting photographers and visual thinkers – some well-known, others pioneering new ideas and imagery away from the spotlight of social media. One theme that often entered our conversations was the idea of “destination” or “balance” in photography. In other words, we tried to [...]

The Wall

The Wall

Exactly twenty-nine years ago my parents crossed the border from East to West Berlin. I clearly remember entering West Berlin. It felt as if we had embarked on a new world adventure. The city was full of life and prosperity. Freedom was in the air. On the west side of the Berlin Wall were special [...]

Photographic dispatches from London and Berlin

Photographic dispatches from London and Berlin

I am writing this blog post from my hotel room in Berlin to share with you some photographic titbits from our trip to Europe. We started off in London where I was leading the Visual Poet Experience Workshop. Christian Cross, a London-based photographer was assisting me on this incredible weekend of photography, learning, challenging ourselves [...]

I miss the road

I miss the road

It has been a while since our last road trip. For the past few months we have been focused on creative seeing mostly in large cities around the world. However, this year we would like to do a few road trips as well. There is something magical about hitting the road. Maybe it is the [...]