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This is the first in a special two-part interview of Hamburg-based street photographer, +Marco Larousse. Marco started taking pictures as a young teen and has never looked back. Digital and film are part of his repertoire and despite some of the differences shooting in Germany versus the U.S. (particularly with privacy laws), Marco and the Switch to Manual guys find they share the same passion for capturing images from the street. His striking photography along with his Fuji X Files blog (where he shares techniques, tips and reviews of Fujifilm’s great X-series cameras) helped him gain a rare slot as an official Fujifilm X Photographer (http://fujifilm-x.com/photographers/en/marco_larousse/#01).
Marco’s work can be found on his website (http://www.marcolarousse.com) where you can also check out his Fuji X Files blog (http://www.marcolarousse.com/fujixfiles/ ). It’s a wonderful resource if you own a Fuji X camera and if you don’t own one, you’ll probably going to want to get one after reading it. Marco can also be found on Twitter (https://twitter.com/Hamburgcam) and on Flickr (https://www.flickr.com/photos/internationalphotos/).
Be sure to catch part two next week where Marco and the Switch to Manual guys explore some of Marco’s iconic images and digress just a bit into gear.
The trouble is that when it comes to imagery and vision, one size does not necessarily fit all. I've found that the approaches I bring to my overseas shots of wooden house Americana look faintly laughable when applied to my natural rainy habitat of slate and stone UK. They just don’t fit each other. There are further differences when I leave the countryside for the inner city, which requires a whole other character of processing. And this is with...
In my previous blog post about the new and wonderful wide angle lens, the Fujinon 16mmF1.4, I featured a few images from the nightclub Culture Box in Copenhagen. They were all unedited jpegs straight out of camera. In this post I am presenting a larger selection of my images with the 16mm from Culture Box, this time they are all post-processed in Lightroom. I have not done much to the images but even though the unedited jpegs are fantastic, the i...