I love exploring the narrow streets of Lisbon. It's full of surprises like this blue themed alley, not overcrowded with tourists and people considering it's the middle of the day. (It's also not intimidating at all)
The Last Frontier
This is my first image from my recent trip to Alaska. This was taken while sailing back from Skagway as the sun was finally starting to set. It was an amazing trip and I can't wait to share the rest of the images with everyone! Stay tuned!
For those that are curious this is a single exposure shot with the Fuji 100-400mm XF WR lens at around 400mm.
I often forget how vulnerable it feels to be in front of a camera.
How many people would stand in front of camera without their hair or makeup done? It would be a nightmare. Unless it’s your significant other taking a candid photo of you, you probably wouldn’t care. But what if a stranger took a photo of you, how would react? Would you cover your face and hide, get angry, or whip back your hair and spare him a few minutes?
To learn how I would react, I handed my camera to another photographer who I just met, and asked her to take my portrait. She put me in the perfect light, took three snaps and handed me back the camera. She didn’t tell me how to pose or what expression to make. In fact, it was me posing for the camera what I thought would look good: good posture, eye contact, and a little smile. This is what I got in return.
Photo credit: Dawn Derrick
Fujifilm X-T2, 90mm, 1/3500 sec at f2, Astia film
Wandering around the fortified town of Ait Benhaddou in #Morocco felt like walking amidst giant sandcastles from another era. It is no wonder this #UNESCO site has been used as a set for many films and television shows such as Game of Thrones. // Taken while leading a photo expedition with @NatGeoExpeditions.