I spent the afternoon shooting an event in Vancouver yesterday. After carrying around two DSLR bodies with massive lenses all day, I had time for a late night stroll through the city observing with just my X100s.
Along the way, I enjoyed how the changing light shaped what I saw and how I shot it.
A Bhangra festival behind the Art Gallery featured a headline act from an unlikely, exotic location. Finland! That’s right. Finland. And the band performed in Finnish, which to my non-Indo ear sounded good. Anyway, people of all colours and backgrounds seemed to be pretty happy with the whole thing.
As I continued my walk, in my search of late night dinner, I enjoyed the changing lighting conditions. The available light no longer did a very good job of illuminating passersby. Instead, it created compelling silhouettes in front of store windows and inside of galleries.