Shooting NYC Cityscapes With a Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format Camera

A few months ago, Fstoppers released “Photographing The World 3” with Elia Locardi. This 18-hour tutorial covers everything you could want to know about landscape and cityscape photography. For the last few months, we have been bringing you behind-the-scenes videos of the creation of this tutorial, and today, we...

Pic(k) of the week 7: CASA MILA – LA PEDRERA BARCELONA

Often referred to as the "city of Gaudi", Barcelona is without a doubt one of my favorite European cities. Before he devoted all of his attention to completing the Sagrada Familia, ingenious architect Antoni Gaudí's last private residence was Casa Milà.Popularly known as La Pedredra (open quarry), the...

Abstract Architecture Photography with the XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 Lens

By Felix Mooneeram I first became interested in the XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 lens when I had an idea for a specific photo series which came to mind as I was travelling around my home city: Manchester. There’s a lot of history here but there’s also been a great...

Rainy Brussels

I was part of a team of enthusiasts photographers in a photo-walk in Brussels, during November’s whimsy weather. Starting from the afternoon until the evening, night included, we roamed the streets of this city, looking for architecture and street photography subjects, enjoying each other’s company,...

Pic(k) of the week 35: SLEEPY CITY IS WAKING UP – Swan Bells, Perth

When I first visited Perth, the capital of Western Australia more than 10 years ago, I saw a large city with a small city feel. It was very quiet after dark and didn't really have a lot of modern architecture, except for one, more later. Still being the fourth largest city in Australia after Sydney,...

Milano’s reflections

This is retrospective post for my visit to Milano in May. As it was a short visit, I decided to travel light and take X-Pro2 (my favourite) with three compact "Fujicron" lenses - 23, 35 and 50mm - all f2, and XT-2 with 10-24mm f4...

Shooting architecture with the Fujifilm X Series

For as long as I can remember, architecture has been my interest in photography. By Felix Mooneeram Before becoming a photographer, I worked as a designer. I’ve always had a great appreciation for architecture and what architects do. I love thinking about the tools in their...

Discovering The Unknown: A Journey Through Mexico

By Omar Z Robles My work as a photographer has been characterized largely by my choice of subject matter and composition. Best known for photographing dancers against uncommon backdrops, I frequently get asked why and how I choose the backdrops that make it into...