Photographer's DNA

I'm a Concert Photographer. Or I was, before the pandemic. Since then, the world became a stage for my lens - from landscapes to fashion to friends to, well, an apple.

The Apple Challenge was a creative competition hosted by professional photographer Michael Lee and Jo Phillips, Creative Director and Publisher of London's Cent Magazine.

The rules were simple - the challenge was not. Take 500 images, with one fixed focal length lens, one light source, one location, and one apple. No breaks, no research, and NO EDITING. The 50 images I've chosen for this collection are all Straight-Out-Of-Camera. The only exception to this rule is #51 - The Artist's Portrait.

50 won the challenge.

Armed with only an apple, my Fujifilm X-T3, a vintage Jupiter 37A 135mm lens (1980 Moscow Olympics Edition) and a desk lamp with color gels (the single light source may be interacted with, but not replaced) I set off on the mental and physical journey of capturing 500 frames to find my Photographer's DNA.

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