For their Field Test Series, DPReview took Fujifilm's X-T10 out onto the streets of Seattle with local photographer Brad Puet. After capturing our street portraits we took the images to a local print shop, to get them turned into exhibition-quality prints.

Joshua Trujillo, Jonathan Alcorn and Brad Puet discuss "Connected Photography: Why You Should Care" at InspiredByPix 2015 Conference by DPReview

Check out the video for Digital Photography Review Connect to see mobile photographers Richard Koci Hernandez, Star Rush, Daniel Berman, Misho Baranovich and myself chat about the phenomenon of connected photography. Video by Eric Becker

"Like Father, Like Son"

"Like Father, Like Son"

Brad Puet

The Photographer

Brad Puet is a photographer whose documentary work showcases the street and its lifestyle as his subject. As a self-taught artist who has developed a style and composition all his own, his award winning work is recognized around the globe.

Brad is a regular contributor to:

And has contributed to many publications, including:
Washington Post, Photo Magazine, VICE, Slate magazine, The Guardian-UK

Brad is a proud co-founder of Grryo, formerly We Are Juxt, an international social photography collective.

Since 2012, he has exhibited all around the world including in Tehran, London, Berlin, Tokyo, Jalisco, New York, Los Angeles, and Seattle.

Curriculum Vitae

Tools: Fujifilm XE2, iPhone, Nokia Lumia 1020, DxO One

The Educator

Brad has always dedicated himself to mentoring youth, both in the field of photography and in other creative outlets. He conducts workshops and presentations in the metropolitan Seattle area for youth by partnering up with many youth art-based organizations.

In addition, Brad teaches social photography at Seattle Central College, located in the heart of city.