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Belly of The Beast

This unique architecture of the Stockholm Underground looks like a gateway to hell.

#stockholm #sweden #underground #photography
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Remember that time our camera was stolen right in front of our eyes in Southern Italy? Well. who knew it would end up being so entertaining. ;)
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Guy steals part of my Fujifilm photo, uploads it to a copyright free website. Then Canon shares it all over their social media. And now, Canon’s official response is that it’s not my photo? And the differences are just a “seasonal variation.”

LOL, really? As if this story couldn’t become more awkward. ;)

But seriously, the greater part of this story and by far the largest issue here, is the fact that Canon is using a free image resource like Unsplash to fuel their social media rather than tapping into their large community of photographers. That's incredibly insulting to both their own consumers and to the photography community itself.

#fujifilm #canon #photography
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Wouldn’t it be strange if Canon shared one of my photos that was shot with a Fujifilm Camera?

Well, it kinda just happened, and the story gets even more interesting than that. ;)

#photography #canon #fujifilm
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Hello 2018, it’s time to fly to Prague!

Naomi and I have spent the past few weeks working with our multi-layered color-coded Google Calendar, fitting in the dozens of jigsaw like puzzle pieces into a solid plan. It’s amazing to me that even this early in January, I can already tell that this year is going to be even more filled with travel than the last.

And while it has been a great experience to spend a rare few weeks in one place, it’s time to officially kick off another exciting jet lag filled year with a Fujifilm workshop and Fine Art Gallery Exhibition in Prague!

A huge thanks to The Fujifilm Czech Team for inviting me to be a part of the event! It has been more than 5 years since I’ve visited this fascinating city and I can’t wait to get out and explore.

https://www.czechpressphoto.cz/detail-programu/645-61/elia-locardi-world-s-most-beautiful-places/
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Sky Fire || Iceland

Wow, it’s January 5th. This year is already flying by! ;) I’m kidding, of course - it’s still too early to tell what the pace of the year will be.

But, I have to say that though we’re only a few short days into 2018, I can already tell that it’s going to be an incredible year, no matter how fast it decides to fly by. In fact, if I had to make a single resolution this year, it would be to be fully present in the now and enjoy every single moment to it’s fullest potential. Like this moment for example - a KP 5 aurora display over Godafoss Waterfall in Northern Iceland. While I captured hundreds of frames of the incredible northern lights, I also put the camera down for a while to enjoy the simple pleasure of just being a spectator during this once-in-a-lifetime and stunningly beautiful event.

Wishing you all a year full of wonderful experiences ahead! And if anyone wants to join me in Iceland this year, I’ll be leading another photo tour this November. All the info is available on www.dreamphototours.com .



Fujifilm GFX 50s | 23mm (18mm EQV) | f/4 | ISO 800 | 8 Seconds

#iceland #photography #phototour #aurora #northernlights #fujifilm
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13 Countries, 96 Flights, 201,022 Miles, and dozens of photography projects and events! 2017 has been an amazing year!

First, I want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for the continued support with the kind comments, likes, plusses, tweets, and shares. It has been both an honor and a pleasure to share my photos and experiences with all of you and please know that you’ve all helped make 2017 a truly wonderful year.

In 2017 our Jet Lag and caffeine filled adventures continued at full speed. It has been a year of incredible projects and fun-filled events that have propelled us around the globe multiple times. Looking back at the year—our 7th year of full time perpetual travel—having taken almost 100 flights and logging over 200 thousand miles, I don’t think there was a single point in the year where our bodies acclimated to a single time zone. Jet Lag FTW! ;)

As I write this post and look at the entire year in its totality, It’s incredible to see how much our lives have evolved, our businesses has developed, and how the experiences of 2017 have caused me to step even further outside of my comfort zone. Throughout the journey, I feel that I’ve grown in countless profound and positive ways.

It has been a wild (and jet lag filled) ride, and along the way, 2017 has continued to confirm for me that without a doubt, passion, hard work, and dedication will never go unrewarded. I’ve also learned that it’s ok to sleep every once and a while.

This post is a collection of our favorite moments, favorite photos, and favorite memories from 2016. Thanks for being a part of it!
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Momentum || Iceland

In Iceland, it’s as if the earth and it’s ancient volcanoes possessed the sentient ability to craft a landscape worthy of legend. From the mountains, to the waterfalls, to the famously dramatic coastline and pristine black sand beaches, Iceland is a country that deserves the attention it receives. And from a photographer’s standpoint, it’s a visual paradise of artistic possibilities.

I’ve been taking it easy over the past few days, resting, and after a few hundred thousand miles of airline travel this year, also doing my best to finally acclimate to a single time zone. I’m almost officially a creature of Eastern Standard Time. At least, mostly. ;)

In the process, I’ve even had the time to go through some of my raw files from this year, including shots from my recent Dream Photo Tour to Iceland where we had incredible conditions for nearly two solid weeks. As a bonus, most of my work this year has been captured using the Fujifilm GFX 50s Medium Format Camera which is a pleasure to work with both in-the-field and in post-processing. I also really like shooting in a 4:3 aspect ratio since it lends great options for a deeper foreground interest in landscape compositions. The weather sealing helps too, especially when you decide to take a few steps into the incoming swell.

www.dreamphototours.com
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A stunning twilight view of the old city of Kotor, one of the pearls of Montenegro.
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A brilliant and clear view of the Shanghai Skyline at night.
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