Fuji XT2 (XPAN) + Ilford FP4+
As I was preparing the upcoming exhibition of my work at the Blue Lotus Gallery in HK, me and the gallery owners went through my entire body of work on the Photosynthesis project, and this particular photo came up that for some reason I had previously overlooked. I think I was so focused on textures at the beginning that I didn’t pay enough attention to this one. Looking back, not only is it beautiful but it’s also a precursor of things to come, when I started to use the tree outlines a lot more.
Fuji xpro-2, 27mm, f/16, 0,6s, ISO 200
Another spectacular waterfall near Rotorua. The challenge in shooting this one was to avoid the rafts and kayaks either coming down the fall (for the latter) or going up to it (for the former).
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 x100f, 35mm, f/5.6, 1/320s, ISO 200
Despite living over 10 years near or in Paris I had never walked around the Père Lachaise Cemetary. I strongly recommend it, it’s quite spectacular, in a low-key an occasionally macabre way.
Colours of Swedish Fall
Fuji x100f, 35mm, f/8, 1/600s, ISO 200
Yesterday I was invited to speak at a work related event on a cruise boat… in the middle of the Baltic Sea. How cool is that? Anyway, in between work stuff, I went on one of the many decks to take photos of the wonderful islands around. The colours of the trees slowly fading from green to yellow and red were magical.