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Golden hour cranes

I was out this past Saturday evening with my Fujifilm X-T3. I usually always have it on me when I’m traveling, but less so when I’m at home. It can be harder to be a “tourist” in your own city because things don’t stand out… Read More

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Largest airport in the world

I just finished scrolling through these photos (from the Atlantic) of Beijing Daxing International Airport, which is currently under construction about 46 kilometers south of Tiananmen Square. The first phase is expected to open in the second half of this year. It will be about 7.5… Read More

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PAMM, hi

Yesterday we visited the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), which has been on my list since it first opened in 2013.  The Pérez part of the name belongs to real estate developer and art collector Jorge Pérez. He donated $35 million in cash to the Miami… Read More

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MOMO TOKYO

Last summer, photographer Parker Woods spent two weeks walking over 100 miles in Tokyo with a peach-colored (”momo” in Japanese) backdrop and a metal c-stand. He used this accessory to “contextualize his first encounter with Japanese culture.” In some cases, it functions as you would expect:… Read More

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New lens

I ordered a new lens for my Fuji X Series camera today.  For those of you who are interested in photography, it’s a prime lens: 35mm (53mm equivalent) with a maximum aperture of F2.0. I wanted a fixed focal length because I suspect I’m going… Read More

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Motion Exposure

Photographer Stephen Orlando is obsessed with capturing “motion through time and space.” What he does is use long single exposures and LED lights (attached to people and objects) in order to reveal paths of movement. The results are stunning. He has done this with various… Read More

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Photoblog: TIFF

This past weekend was the first weekend of the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. It’s a great time to be in the city – regardless of whether you’re into film or not. It felt as if the entire city decided not to sleep this past… Read More