I shot this in February 2008 on the most used camera I have ever owned. A Canon EOS 400D. It taught me a lot. But you know, as Thorsten von Overgaard (my inspiration for getting into Leica) says, “When he looks at the winning photos in competitions, it is always the photos that just happened.” In this case, I haven’t done anything special with post production, or exposure. It was on a stoney beach, on a really foggy day and there was such a weird combination of a bright foggy sky and darkness on the ground. It helped create this amazing silhouette with the guy and his kid and just the way they are in this shot, it just works. It is a moment, that just happened, frozen in time. And it was shot as a jpeg. That is the thing I love, just capturing a special moment and making it last forever. Learn more about Thorsten on his site, or this video is pretty inspiring.