The best Fujifilm lenses to start with in late 2017

The best Fujifilm lenses to start with in late 2017

It has been a while since we wrote a gear-related post. For the last few months we have concentrated on seeing, composition, light, emotions and projects etc., the least popular concepts in photography 🙂 It’s time to correct this omission! I must admit that the endless stream of emails and online inquiries about “which lens/lenses [...]

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, [...]

Family at play – they could be the most important photographs you have ever taken

While we all strive for photographic excellence in our work and in the choice of our subjects, it is very easy to lose out on photographing our own family.   We put a lot of effort and time in shooting for our clients or for our portfolios but when we photograph those close to us we [...]

From the set of “Double Bill”

Shooting a movie involves many elements of photography. Composition, lighting and subject are the most common. I am privileged to be able to work with a team of talented individuals under the direction of Thomas Kampioni – independent screenwriter and director. Working on the set allows me to apply my photographic knowledge and contribute to [...]