In January this year I took a trip to Lisbon and found a city drenched in sunlight but hidden by shadow. The small and winding streets made for some striking visuals as the sun cut harsh lines across historic architecture. It was at this time that I was first testing out my Sony RX100 IV and I feel like I got some good results from shooting on the fly.
Taking pictures in a new city always opens your eyes to the parts of buildings you have stopped noticing and the rhythms and styles of people who had previously become translucent back home.
Since an earthquake destroyed a large portion of the city in the 1700s it's building are a bit of hodgepodge of shapes and angles but it all added to the unique charm of the place and its people for me.
We were primarily in Lisbon to make videos so that's where the majority of my energy was spent but I did manage to capture a few shots that sum up for a lot of what Lisbon, particularly Alfama, was all about.
For a more rounded idea of what the place had to offer it's probably best to take a look at some of the vlogs I was shooting along the way.