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An Ode to the Fuji X100s

My most influential camera was surely the classic Leica M6 I bought mounted with a 35mm Voigtlander Color Skopar Lens (above), and kept loaded with Kodak Tri-X for nearly a year. Inspired by my reading of “Leica as a Teacher” I wanted to give myself some parameters and develop a […]

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The first “all Fuji” wedding

“You will probably need surgery, Fernando” the doctor said. “Damn” I though. I had high hopes on the nerve infiltration, but the results were bad. The tendinitis still hurt. And that was after 4 expensive months of treatment with kinotherapy. The doctor told me that in case of an operation […]

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INSIDE YOUR BAG: Sebastian Boatca

Some folks asked me what do I carry in my bag, when I have a photography assignment. Well, I thought it would be nice to write down about my “things” I take with me in my photo bag. Of course, the content of the bag is strongly related to the […]

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Leaving Nikon for Fujifilm

A BRIEF PREFACE: I’ve been photographing weddings all over the world since 1999. Prior to that, I was shooting for the Seattle weekly papers and doing portraits. In high school, I was the yearbook photographer and developed my own film for my high school newspaper and wrote record reviews. It […]

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