Fuji x100f, 28mm, f/2, 1/60s, ISO 1250
Compared to the Paris metro, the Tokyo metro is clean as a hospital. I wanted to capture all this white and thought that doing it in a mirror would be a little more original. I guess it would have been more effective at rush hour, maybe an idea for the next trip…
Fuji xpro-2, 85mm, f/5,6, 1/100s, ISO 800
I only saw a couple of sunsets in Bali, but both were quite spectacular. The added bonus for this one was the fisherman in the water to his thighs, which made for a nice (and local) anchor point for the composition.
iPhone, 29mm, f/2.2, 1/1600s, ISO 25
Last time I was in Rome I took the time for a long morning stroll in the Villa Borghese, and I stumbled upon this artificial lake (I’m assuming) with a tiny roman temple in the middle. The reflection in the lake gave the impression of two temples, and so I snapped it right up!
Canon 7D, 32mm, f/5.6, 1/100s, ISO 400
Taking tuktuks in India or Thailand can be scary, but it’s also a unique way to experience the city. I just love it. At the back of Surinder’s tuktuk in Dehli I kept trying to shoot him in his mirror and this shot was the best one I got. I really like it.
Fuji x100f, 28mm, f.4, 1/125s, ISO 3200
Towards the end of my walk in Seurasaari I stumbled upon this little lake upon which a log, covered in moss, had fallen. I felt that there was a interesting composition to be made, and so I tried. Not sure I succeeded (you tell me), but I kind of like it anyway…
Fuji x100f, 28mm, f/11, 1/60s, ISO 640
I was worried that Helsinki wouldn’t give me a real taste of Finland, but fortunately, minutes from my hotel was a wooded island called Seurasaari: forest, seashore, winter sun and no cars, it felt like the rest of Finland (to me).
Fuji x100s, 35mm, f/8, 1/60s, ISO 800
I don’t usually do these kinds of abstracts, but there was something fascinating about the way the reflected branches of this ancient tree reflected in the pond as my son threw pebbles in the water.
Playing around with the tuk-tuk mirror of my Delhi driver.