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Photo: Jason Roman @stockezy — ‘Suspended animation’ a wonderful image showing some of the principles of photography (light, composition, subject, framing, movement) in one frame and how beauty can be found everywhere. There’s no need to travel all over the world to be a great photographer. Focus less on what Instagram is showing you, all those picture perfect locations and on the newest gear and turn your attention towards what’s around you. You’ll eventually find that there is often a lot more than meets the eye in the ordinary and the mundane (like this NYC crossing) #xpro2 #fujifeed

Photo: Jason Roman @stockezy — ‘Suspended animation’ a wonderful image showing some of the principles of photography (light, composition, subject, framing, movement) in one frame and how beauty can be found everywhere. There’s no need to travel all over the world to be a great photographer. Focus less on what Instagram is showing you, all those picture perfect locations and on the newest gear and turn your attention towards what’s around you. You’ll eventually find that there is often a lot more than meets the eye in the ordinary and the mundane (like this NYC crossing) #xpro2 #fujifeed
1,700 12 20 January, 2019

Photo: Chris Mollon @freakingyikes — Conceptual photography (or call it whatever you want) is one area of photography that a lot of people don’t understand, a bit like art. Chris projects his own personal struggles and reflect his life experiences throughout the photographs he produce. His creations are very intimate. You may love it or hate it but keep in mind that every image has been made in a meticulous way, it’s not just random snapshots, there’s a lot of effort and creativity behind. You’ll find an article about his work on the Fujifeed website. Make sure to visit his Instagram account as well. #x100f #fujifeed

Photo: Chris Mollon @freakingyikes — Conceptual photography (or call it whatever you want) is one area of photography that a lot of people don’t understand, a bit like art. Chris projects his own personal struggles and reflect his life experiences throughout the photographs he produce. His creations are very intimate. You may love it or hate it but keep in mind that every image has been made in a meticulous way, it’s not just random snapshots, there’s a lot of effort and creativity behind. You’ll find an article about his work on the Fujifeed website. Make sure to visit his Instagram account as well. #x100f #fujifeed
1,517 8 19 January, 2019

Photo: Joe @uten_s — Aurora borealis are stunning natural phenomenon, they’re often very colorful and many photographers tend to accentuate them even further by editing them. I find it very interesting to approach that subject in a different way like Joe did, by making a black and white image he abstract them even more. I particularly like the grain and the fact that this photograph isn’t technically perfect, it’s refreshing. #xt2 #xf23mm #fujifeed

Photo: Joe @uten_s — Aurora borealis are stunning natural phenomenon, they’re often very colorful and many photographers tend to accentuate them even further by editing them. I find it very interesting to approach that subject in a different way like Joe did, by making a black and white image he abstract them even more. I particularly like the grain and the fact that this photograph isn’t technically perfect, it’s refreshing. #xt2 #xf23mm #fujifeed
3,725 44 18 January, 2019

Photo: Joshua K. Jackson @joshkjack — An absolute masterpiece (again) by London street photographer Josh who’s not only talented but also very wise. If you haven’t seen already he’s organizing workshops with Craig @sixstreetunder which can help you master this particular type of photography. When I look at this image I see a bit of Rothko, Paul Klee, Edgar Degas, I see a painting. #fujifeed

Photo: Joshua K. Jackson @joshkjack — An absolute masterpiece (again) by London street photographer Josh who’s not only talented but also very wise. If you haven’t seen already he’s organizing workshops with Craig @sixstreetunder which can help you master this particular type of photography. When I look at this image I see a bit of Rothko, Paul Klee, Edgar Degas, I see a painting. #fujifeed
1,718 9 6 January, 2019

Photo: Iap Lai Huat @iap.lai.huat — Playing hide and seek in the bushes, a wonderful example of the use of negative space in photography. Iap account has some beautiful street images with a delicate sensitivity, I highly suggest you to pay it a visit. #fujifeed #xt2 #xf35mm

Photo: Iap Lai Huat @iap.lai.huat — Playing hide and seek in the bushes, a wonderful example of the use of negative space in photography. Iap account has some beautiful street images with a delicate sensitivity, I highly suggest you to pay it a visit. #fujifeed #xt2 #xf35mm
2,347 11 4 January, 2019

Photo: Per-Anders Jorgensen @pa_jorgensen — A timeless portrait of chef Michel Bras for @Foolmagazine which instantly caught my attention the other day. What I find fascinating is that it was taken in the restaurant, Per-Anders created a on-location studio and took his picture with the also timeless X-Pro1. Make sure to check his work if you’re into food photography. #fujifeed #xpro1

Photo: Per-Anders Jorgensen @pa_jorgensen — A timeless portrait of chef Michel Bras for @Foolmagazine which instantly caught my attention the other day. What I find fascinating is that it was taken in the restaurant, Per-Anders created a on-location studio and took his picture with the also timeless X-Pro1. Make sure to check his work if you’re into food photography. #fujifeed #xpro1
1,953 8 3 January, 2019

Photos: Manuel Gros @manuel.gros — Let’s start this new year with some beautiful landscapes and nature. While looking at Manuel gallery you’ll surely find inspiration for your next trip in the outdoors. There’s something about his work that I think is very painterly. #fujifeed #xt2 #xf1655mm

Photos: Manuel Gros @manuel.gros — Let’s start this new year with some beautiful landscapes and nature. While looking at Manuel gallery you’ll surely find inspiration for your next trip in the outdoors. There’s something about his work that I think is very painterly. #fujifeed #xt2 #xf1655mm
2,873 15 2 January, 2019

Photo: Paul Boyd @paulboyd44 — I’m always amazed at landscape and nature photographers, specially how they’re able to find beauty in the most foggy and bleak scenery. This lonely tree on the lake is just fantastic, the way the water blend with the sky and how the silhouette is detached from a monochrome and almost pure gradient background. It is very difficult to achieve this level of simplicity, hat’s off to Paul for this little masterpiece. #fujifeed #xe1 #xf35mm

Photo: Paul Boyd @paulboyd44 — I’m always amazed at landscape and nature photographers, specially how they’re able to find beauty in the most foggy and bleak scenery. This lonely tree on the lake is just fantastic, the way the water blend with the sky and how the silhouette is detached from a monochrome and almost pure gradient background. It is very difficult to achieve this level of simplicity, hat’s off to Paul for this little masterpiece. #fujifeed #xe1 #xf35mm
2,405 14 26 December, 2018

Photo: Emanuele Cardinali @cardinali.photography — A lot of love and tenderness for you, your family and your loved ones. Thank you for following, for inspiring others and for being inspired, for sharing and for discovering beautiful photographs. I wish you all the best for 2019! Thank you Emanuele as well for this very evocative image, it is so delicate. #fujifeed #xt1 #xf23mm

Photo: Emanuele Cardinali @cardinali.photography — A lot of love and tenderness for you, your family and your loved ones. Thank you for following, for inspiring others and for being inspired, for sharing and for discovering beautiful photographs. I wish you all the best for 2019! Thank you Emanuele as well for this very evocative image, it is so delicate. #fujifeed #xt1 #xf23mm
1,849 8 25 December, 2018

Photo: Davide Bergamini @davidebgm — « The Pope, 8th December 2017 » A stunning example of the use of negative space, the emptiness is as much important as the subject itself. Leaving breathing room in your images is like putting moments of inaction in movies, it’s soothing and invite us to contemplation. #fujifeed #x100f

Photo: Davide Bergamini @davidebgm — « The Pope, 8th December 2017 » A stunning example of the use of negative space, the emptiness is as much important as the subject itself. Leaving breathing room in your images is like putting moments of inaction in movies, it’s soothing and invite us to contemplation. #fujifeed #x100f
7,015 36 23 December, 2018

Photo: Pål Terje Støtvig @ptstotvig — As Antoine de Saint-Exupery have said « Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away » and I think it resume my feelings about discovering the work of Pål the other day. Some of his images are just plain beautiful, specially a few black and white ones of nature. #fujifeed #xpro2 #xf23mm

Photo: Pål Terje Støtvig @ptstotvig — As Antoine de Saint-Exupery have said « Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away » and I think it resume my feelings about discovering the work of Pål the other day. Some of his images are just plain beautiful, specially a few black and white ones of nature. #fujifeed #xpro2 #xf23mm
2,069 9 19 December, 2018

Photo: Jaime Avila @elcualquiera — It’s not every day that you fly over Teotihuacán Mexico at sunrise, this is the Pyramid of the Moon it’s the second largest of the region after the pyramid of the Sun. It must have surely been an incredible sight and Jaime was ready to capture it. I particularly like the almost isometric perspective created by the use of a 50mm lens and the contrast between the complementary colors of the highlight and shadow. #fujifeed #xt3 #xf35mm

Photo: Jaime Avila @elcualquiera — It’s not every day that you fly over Teotihuacán Mexico at sunrise, this is the Pyramid of the Moon it’s the second largest of the region after the pyramid of the Sun. It must have surely been an incredible sight and Jaime was ready to capture it. I particularly like the almost isometric perspective created by the use of a 50mm lens and the contrast between the complementary colors of the highlight and shadow. #fujifeed #xt3 #xf35mm
2,427 8 18 December, 2018