During the summer of 2011 we spent fifteen days in France, moving south from Paris until eventually stopping in Nice, on the famed Côte d'Azur. But this alone wasn't a transforming agent. As a photographer what sent my entire world into a tailspin was this small camera I had purchased a few months prior, in preparation for the trip: the original Fujifilm X100.
This book is a travelogue of sorts, revisiting images that triggered my eventual move to the X Series cameras and a different way of seeing the world around me. It features several previously unpublished images that were unearthed during the editing process.
Also included are seven case studies offering a glimpse into the processing of the images as well as reflexions on some of the moments that were captured.
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"If you are at all into Patrick's work and even a tad curious about another photographer's process grab the book right now."
"One glance through these images and you will realise that this isn’t your classic travel photography diary. It is far more personal, a diary that revolves first and foremost around photography."