Knowing When NOT To Take A Photograph

Last weekend Kasia and I watched an excellent documentary about the life and work of one of our favourite photographers, Sebastiao Salgado, titled “The Salt of the Earth.” The imagery, narrative and range of this fascinating film make it a must-see for every photographer. One moment, in particular, caught my attention and set me thinking. [...]

The Palouse – The Elysian Fields of Visuals

Kasia and I had only one morning in this agricultural region of south-eastern Washington as we were heading home from colourful Colorado. It was the last stop on the trip and we were glad we made it. After photographing the fall season in Colorado, the Mesa Verde ruins and the majestic Grand Teton National Park, [...]

Get wide right! (shooting with the Fujinon XF 14mm F2.8)

While we continue to shoot almost daily with the X100s and gather our thoughts about this camera, we decided to take a break from the topic and present some images from our recent trip to an unknown British Columbia. Shooting with wide-angle lenses poses a challenge for many new photographers. This is not a “have [...]