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Photography to me is catching a moment which is passing, and which is true. Jacques-Henri Lartigue 2015 was a slow photography year for me. It was a year of immense change and my focus was in different areas. Which is quite OK. I’ve been recapping my years in photography for some time now. And 2015...
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In all my travels, Sydney has been the toughest opponent when it comes to jet lag. It will lull you to sleep, then dump cold water on you at 2am. This time I played it differently. You can’t fall asleep if you don’t stop moving. I landed in Sydney from LAX at 7am. I grabbed...
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Each year I pick my best photographs from the year. Here is 2012. Let’s talk about 2013. It started slowly. Over the past couple of years, I’ve written less.  I’ve been quiet with photography. But this summer, that started to change. I began taking more photos. I bought a Fujifilm X-Pro 1 – with some...
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One of the perks of overseeing a video shoot, is that you always gravitate to the most scenic areas. Most often you’re in these spots during a sunrise or sunset, capturing the beauty. If you read my Toronto post, you’ll know what I mean. Two months after writing about picking my next camera, I found...
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