Cubanitas with the Fujifilm X-T20

The Cayo Largo Island has been (and still is) a frequent destination for recharging your frozen batteries affected by our long Canadian winter season.Located south of the main island of Cuba into the Gulf of Mexico, this idealistic place is share by people in search of calm, of nice long white sandy beaches and of … Continuer la lecture de Cubanitas with the Fujifilm X-T20

The Mind and Photography: an ongoing process.

Yes I know I am repeating myself in saying that photography is a more precise medium than video. We sincerely love video because it is live, it is colorful, it is soundly, it is cinematographic. It is fiery tail on our animated visual and earring senses. All those things that photography cannot compete in terms … Continuer la lecture de The Mind and Photography: an ongoing process.

Hors-Propos: Le déclin de l’intelligence Internet

Avec la nouvelle explosion de la tendance populiste, il fallait s'y attendre: le déclin de l'intelligence "Internet". Et plus étonnamment encore à une vitesse croissante exponentielle. Si bien qu'aujourd'hui nous avons l'impression d'une caricature de ce qu'était le Web il y a quatre ou cinq ans., i.e. avant 2015. Car le point est là où … Continuer la lecture de Hors-Propos: Le déclin de l’intelligence Internet

The Fujinon XF23mm F2.0: the close observer lens

Let us rewind to the analog film days of photography. The 35-50mm taking lenses were kings of their era and were present to almost every manufacturer systems offered. Their maximum aperture were ranging from a modest F3.5 to an astounding F1.2 if you were able to afford it.With the introduction of electronic autofocus and motorized … Continuer la lecture de The Fujinon XF23mm F2.0: the close observer lens