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  1. The photography forum "Dear Susan" recently published a short article I wrote for them about street photography and street portraiture in South East Asia. It contains a number of my photographs from a few years ago taken with my X100 and X Pro-1, as well as with other cameras. "Dear Susan", named after Susan Sontag, is a forum which focuses on travel photography and art, and tends to write more about photography than equipment, although they do also write particularly about lenses, often Zeiss. It is manufacturer agnostic, although several of the forum's contributors use Fuji or Sony equipment. If you haven't read their forum previously, it may be worth a few minutes of your time to take a look and read a few of their articles. They are often informative, and occasionally provocative, but always interesting, and there is often great comments and discourse on some topics ("The Adobe Tithe" being a recent example). Travel Portraits in Asia
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