One Camera One Lens One Year. Those are supposed to be the constraints to fuel the creativity, right? Not so for me. I practically always shoot with my Fuji X-T1 with the 23mm lens (35mm equiv.). The challenge for me is to keep on going out, shoot and post my photos here. Especially in this uninspiring weather that flattens all color and contrast, at least this week. I enjoy the colorful photos in my street photography very much. Reason why I have set up and curate the Flickr group (CSP) Color Street Photography (check it out, if you feel like it).
So far I am pleased with the photos I am making. As said at the start of this project: daily posts just aren’t for me. I even find it hard to get out and shoot every day. But this project does provide a push to always keep looking for photographs. And since I do carry my camera all the time I keep making 6-8 photos per week. Stuff that I like. And in the end that’s what this is all about, isn’t it?
Here are the photos for week 8 of my Ocoloy project. Most of the are taken at the Realisme art fair. The most prominent art pieces in the pictures are by Eva Navarro (yellow and green paintings), Christian Verginer (Lying like Pinocchio) and Eddy Stevens (square portraits)