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The traffic is considerably lighter on a Saturday in Mumbai. It’s now on par with rush hour in Los Angeles. Again I spent lots of time in a car and despite no regard for any traffic rules, I witnessed zero accidents. There’s something to be said for that. My first visit of the day was...
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It’s definitely been an eye opening day. 29 floors up in my nice hotel room, I can still hear the hustle and bustle including the never ending honking of horns. It’s the language of the streets. And those streets may have been designed for 2 lanes but they now make room for at least 5...
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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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Why would you do such a thing? Good question. I recently purchased a Fujifilm X Pro-1 camera body. It supports interchangeable lenses from Fujifilm and other brands. With a lens adapter, the possibilities and combinations are endless. So I’m going for it. I’m buying standard Fujifilm lenses, old Canon FD lenses, creating some pinhole options...
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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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Toronto is a gorgeous city. Perfect for walking, exploring and photographing. One of the best spots to shoot Toronto is at Polson Pier. It provides a perfect overview of the city. The breeze hits you from the lake. As the sun sets, the light begins to have fun. Sometimes nature throws you a party. Enjoy...
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I’ve lost touch with photography in last year. I’m OK with that. I had other priorities in life, both professionally and personally, but now it’s time to look through the view finder again. I miss travel photography, urban photography and seeing the unexpected. Now I just need a camera. I’ve been spoiled in the past,...
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Towards the end of 2011, I highlighted my top-5 viewed images on Flickr. For a 2012 recap, I’m doing something slightly different and just selecting my favorite 5 from the year. I wasn’t quite as a prolific – for one, I changed jobs, and two, I was much, much busier with less time to focus...
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Does a 5 mile-ish walk along the ocean during Autumn sound intriguing? What if it was in Australia and went through towns called Coogee, Bronte and Bondi? Even better, right? We set out mid-afternoon so we could witness the sun setting during our hike. The beaches were immaculate, the air crisp and the sights breathtaking....
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