Catching-up, truth, Montreal...

I haven’t been around a lot lately have I? It happens. And besides I hate to post just for the sake of posting. I know my European Diary schedule has gone off track… I did have the best of intentions but life tends to get in the way and priorities need to be adjusted. Next stop is Rome… Probably next week.

There’s actually a lot of very exciting stuff happening right now but nothing I can share just yet — hence the radio silence. One thing I did want to share in case you guys missed it: a new essay on the Kage Collective Chronicle blog entitled On Visual Truth. It’s basically personal thoughts on documentary photography and the perception of truth. A lot of ideas I’d been meaning to share for awhile without ever getting around to it. Nothing earth shattering but I think it explains some of the reasoning behind our ongoing Kage project.

On Visual Truth...

On Visual Truth...

Halloween has come and gone, the leaves are on the ground and I’ve got my snow tires on — man, it all sorta rhymes doesn’t it? I’m flying to New York city tomorrow for what i suspect will be a very productive and interesting day. I’m seriously looking forward to it. That and the evening of course... ;)

I leave you with a few Montreal images taken during a recent Shadow Workshop. More action on the blog soon...

Later

P.S Huge congrats to my buddy Derek Clark who is now (finally) an official Fujifilm X-Photographer!


Shot with the X-T1 and XF 35mm f/1.4R


Patrick La Roque

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