Saturday, 26 July 2014

New Website - New Blog

I've recently updated my website and you can read my new blog post here.

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Back to the streets with the X-Pro1

The last couple of months my go to camera for street photography and actually for everything else was the Fuji X100s. As I was getting ready for my next photo walk in the city I checked my equipment and realized that some of the batteries needed to be charged, but the charger just gave up, it didn't work anymore. What to do now, I had a few photo shoot coming up where I was going to use the X100s, but I had only 3 fully charged batteries left, so there goes my little friend back to the bag and I grabbed my old friend, the Fuji X-Pro1 with the 35mm lens. Uh, I missed this beast. And shame on me because of thinking of selling it and get a new X-T1 instead. I'm sure the X-T1 is great and I was really looking forward to try it out but after holding it in my hand for a minute in a camera shop, I still don't know. So we will see if the final nail in the coffin of my Canon kit will be the X-T1 or some other future Fuji camera. (If somebody from Fuji reads this and want to make my decision easier by lending me an X-T1, I wouldn't say no.)

Anyway, back to the original story. I made my way to the camera store to drop in the faulty charger and I gladly used my X-Pro1 to grow the number of images of my 'Streets of Dublin' collection. Enjoy!

Monday, 28 April 2014

More Streets of Dublin

So, back to the streets of Dublin with my little friend the Fuji X100s. Dublin is an amazing city, there is always something happening and it's full with interesting places and people. There is no bad time to go for a photo walk, you just have to grab a camera and do it. The more I do street photography the more I love it. And I hope you will enjoy the following images that I took around Dublin city centre in the last couple of weeks.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Streets of Dublin

Street photography.. Hm.. I always wanted to do it, but I guess I was too afraid of it. I was really nervous to get close to strangers and take a candid shot but the last couple of months things have changed. I'm still not a street shooter/warrior, but I feel more confident and step by step I overcome my fear of street photography. I also realized that people usually don't give a damn about somebody photographing them and most of them don't even notice me. Quite often I chose a spot what I find interesting and I wait for someone to walk into my frame. There is still room to improve, I still have to get closer to my subjects but I feel I'm on the right track and I'm really enjoying this whole new experience.

All images were taken with the Fuji X100s and the X-Pro1 with the 35mm lens.