The Middle Path

According to Buddha, the Middle Path, or the Middle Way is a concept used to describe the Noble Eightfold Path, a series of Buddhist practices and mindsets that will lead one to the liberation from samsara. This path includes eight practices: right view, right effort,...

Photography is for Yourself

My photography is mainly for myself. It is a form of expressing my feelings, my interactions with the surrounding world and a way to record all of this through still images. There are many reasons why photographers do what they do and the degrees of...

Experiencing Rajasthan with the X100S

By Simon Bray I wanted to explore somewhere different, somewhere that would stretch me, show me part of the world that I’d never experienced before, and may not have the freedom or lack of responsibilities to explore in the same way again; so we chose India,...

New Year – New Resolutions in Photography

Dear friends, the old and controversial 2016 has gone and a brand new year has already begun. Some of us like to do an overview of the past year, balancing the good and the bad, trying to synthesize some useful conclusions, followed by some “kind...

A Review of the Think Tank Retrospective 6 Camera Bag

Camera bags are all about compromise, and messenger bags even more so. Choose a size too small and it won’t be able to hold all your gear. Choose a size too big and it’ll be too heavy to carry on your shoulder all day. I’ve experienced...

The Fujifilm X-T2 Review

Having introduced their next-generation sensor technology with the X-Pro 2, Fujifilm doubled down on their quest to kill the DSLR. With image quality in the bag, they focused their efforts on speed, and specifically the speed and accuracy of continuous autofocus — the last bastion...

The Fujifilm First Timer

By Naomi Butters Being married to a photographer has its ups and downs. On the plus side, you never have to worry about a bad photo being taken and your life is filled with (sometimes too many) images and memories! However, it does have...