A box of chocolates

I am Francisco Cribari, a Brazilian street photographer. Street photography is one of my passions. I like to walk around in public places photographing ordinary people going about their daily lives in candid fashion. I am drawn to life, to real life. Robert Doisneau once said that the marvels of […]

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WE ARE WARRIORS – Fujifilm X Series

It’s been a long journey for me to get to where I am today as a visual storyteller. This story is about Kizzi – a documentary style photography project we recently launched on our blog called “Stories” – a platform we created to tell inspirational photographic stories about woman and […]

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A song of light and shadow, talking with Tom Wall

Hello Tom! Could you introduce yourself? I’m a 28 year old photojournalist living in the south of Sweden (the part without polar bears). Currently I earn my keep working for a newspaper called HD-Sydsvenskan. Interests include: playing the guitar (quite badly), cooking (a bit better according to my girlfriend Matilde), […]

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Medina – Travel Photography with Fuji

Everything outside is changing so fast, but inside it’s walls things stay the same…more or less. It’s the little things that give away the modern influences.. the latest iPhone, satellite dishes and occasional resident wearing western styled clothing. I’m going to geek-out a bit here, it reminded me of Star […]

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Myanmar – “Come back soon”

  Myanmar’s incredible light calls me back each time, as do the countless heart-opening & humbling experiences I share with its people. For all its troubles and hardships, Myanmar remains one of the friendliest countries I’ve ever set foot in. The folk I meet are absolutely beautiful “Come back soon”, […]

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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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