Rohit Vohra is a street photographer based in New Delhi, India. In a search for new methods to ‘read the city’, his photographs are often about contact with humans and basic living elements.
By emphasising aesthetics, he focuses on the idea of ‘public space’ and more specifically on spaces where anyone can do anything at any given moment: the non-private space, the non-privately owned space, space that is economically uninteresting.
His works are based on inspiring situations: visions that reflect a sensation of indisputability and serene contemplation, combined with subtle details of odd or eccentric, humoristic elements. Moments are depicted that only exist to punctuate the human drama in order to clarify our existence and to find poetic meaning in everyday life.
By creating situations and breaking the passivity of the spectator, he wants the viewer to become part of the art as a kind of added component. Art is entertainment: to be able to touch the work, as well as to interact with the work is important.
His works have been featured in numerous magazines and new papers across the world. He currently lives and works in India. He is also Co-Founder, APF Magazine.
Been using the X100S for a while now, a lot of cameras come and go, but there are a very few which leave a mark, be it travelling to remote parts of the world on assignments or on family vacations, X100S works as a perfect companion.
Love the fact that it has a fixed 35mm F 2.0 equivalent lens, which offers a choice of composing the scene via OVF or EVF.
The high ISO performance of this little beast is phenomenal, but what I love the most about the X100S is the size and the form factor, the camera fits in perfectly in the hands with easy access to all the settings.
I used the Xpro1 and almost instantly fell in love with the design and the ergonomics. It goes well with my old school shooting style. The image quality and choice of lenses make this camera irresistible. The size of the camera is smaller and lighter than any DSLR.
X Pro 1 works really well while shooting on the streets, it’s discreet and you attract less attention, on the whole it works like a charm.
The latest offering by Fuji, the X-T1 is nothing short of a beautiful, elegant design matched with power and speed.
Started using the X-T1 only a month back and honestly…haven’t touched another camera body ever since.
The design of the camera is different than the other Fuji X series camera’s, I seem to like this one too. It has a larger viewfinder, which is a delight to use. This might be the best EVF on any camera on the market today, certainly the best I have ever used. It’s fast and accurate to the images the camera produces.
For me the low ISO performance is critical and the low ISO performance of the X-T1 is just amazing. It produces perfectly usable pictures at ISO 6400. The build quality of the X-T1 is excellent; the camera feels solid in the hands, but not heavy. Making X-T1 the first weather sealed body in the X series, is a great step in the right direction by Fuji.