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Shot these 2 weeks – 16 till 29 May 2016

Shot these 2 weeks – 27 June till 10 July 2016 is quite short but there are a few interesting ones shot with a Canon Fish Eye lens. I had the opportunity to play around with this lens that creates ’round’ images.


Alan Falzon, Circus Malta,Four men and an umbrella.

Four men and an umbrella.

Alan Falzon, Circus Malta,Canon Fish Eye lens,Fire works in Gozo, fisheye.

Fire works in Gozo, fisheye.

Alan Falzon, Circus Malta,Woman street chatting, fisheye.

Woman street chatting, fisheye.

Alan Falzon, Circus Malta,Love and Sex dice, fisheye.

Love and Sex dice, fisheye.

Alan Falzon, Circus Malta,Red umbrella, fisheye.

Red umbrella, fisheye.

Alan Falzon, Circus Malta,Valletta's parliament, fisheye.

Valletta’s parliament, fisheye.

Alan Falzon, Circus Malta,Austin fisheye.

Austin fisheye.

Alan Falzon, Circus Malta,Red and white old man.

Red and white old man.





Shot these two weeks is a handful of photographs and snap shots I shot during the past two weeks.

This will be updated every second Sunday at 20:00hrs.

All photography and video by Alan Falzon A.M.I.P.P.



About Alan Falzon

Photography has been part of my life since before I was born, my father was a keen photographer who had invested in his own developing equipment. This passion grew with every issue of Life and many other news magazines I used to read instead of doing school home work. Unfortunately I never got the chance to work for Life Magazine, Time Magazine nor any foreign news paper but I have always carried some sort of camera to capture that “Kodak Moment”. Those magazine articles taught me that only a few shots are needed to tell a story, so when combined with the cost of film and developing I learnt to take my time to think and observe before pressing the shutter. Traveling around Australia for a year in 2005 was the biggest learning boost for me. A backpacker on a tight budget, film/developing much more expensive Down Under, living in areas rarely visited by foreigners and getting around on my bicycle I patiently and carefully documented the experience. Australia is a photographers paradise!