snapped a quick portrait of Greg Dacyshyn, Chief Creative Officer at Burton, during the 15th Burton European Open (BEO) in Laax. the picture ended up being published in Bitchslap Magazine Copenhagen #20 this month! go read his interview, it's really neat.
When at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games for work, I kept bumping into crazy supporters. I couldn't resist capturing their joyfullness and the kitsch extravagance of their costumes. Enjoy the full series here.
one day in powridise, Les Crosets, Portes du Soleil, Switzerland
A foggy and snowy day spent with my homies shredding together and snapping a couple pictures along the way with my pocket camera. Once again the Fuji X-E1 and XF 23mm f/1.4R proved to be a great combo despite the dumping snow and cold conditions.
Check the whole series here.
Primarly designed for street and portrait photography, the Fuji X series proves to be far more versatile. While I usually shoot snowboarding with my Canon 5D mkIII and a bag load of lenses, I opted for snapping as much as possible with my Fuji X-E1 and recently acquired XF 23mm f/1.4R. This lens is truly superb and has nothing to envy to my Canon 35mm f/1.4L for half the price. In theory, shooting action with this combination is far from ideal. Slower response time compared to my DSLR, electronic viewfinder not being as comfortable as the optical viewfinder, 35mm equivalent-lens being completely off snowboarding photography standards, etc etc. Nevertheless, I came to the conclusion that sometimes, "less is more". Instead of relying on gear, I had to push my creativity and to explore. Shooting with the Fuji X-E1 was a real pleasure and I found myself having it hanging around my neck the whole time. The ability to snap portrait at my favourite focal length was also a bonus. I bet that if I had received the 85mm equivalent-lens that I had ordered by the time of the event, I would have shot almost all of my action pictures with this tiny but amazing camera.
Now I can't wait for the Fuji X-T1, its short response time, ultra fast AF and weather-sealed body. Looks like I'm not going to carry loads of gear around the mountains anymore in the near future...
quick walk around the city to test out the new Fuji 23mm f/1.4R. fabulous lens, hands down. few eclectic pictures down there.
Giulia Vara, the pink head behind La Brutte is one talented and truly passionate jewellery designer from Lausanne (Switzerland). She's got eyes that sparkle, when talking about her universe and you can't help but soak in the atmosphere immediately. While stumbling upon jewellery making might have been a quite random event in her life, everything looks like she was predestined to this art before knewing it. Constantly refining her technique to materialize the jewels she imagines, there is no doubt her creativity and skills will taker her far.