Fujifilm introduces the iconic X-T3

X Series’ evolution into the 4th generation… Fujifilm introduces the iconic X-T3   A complete upgrade: including an all-new back-illuminated 26MP X-Trans CMOS 4 (*1) sensor and X-Processor 4 image processing engine.  The X-T3 offers superb image quality and enhanced ability to track moving subjects...

Work Rest and Play

Canon G7XI guess we all struggle to get the work life balance right and being a full time self employed Photographer the work life balance can go right out of the window ! I have always had a big problem saying no to work and...

Is Fuji-X really a professional system?

I admit to being a bit of a Fuji fanboy. I have to be in order to put up with all the quirks of the Fuji X system. I believe it is this unconventional approach by Fuji that results in their growth and dedicated following. But...

Photowalks and Talks with Wex

This is just to remind everyone that I am with Wex Photographic over the next 3 months and have 15 photowalks and a couple of talks around the UK branches. These are very reasonably priced and a great way to get out in your...

Super Lens Performance on the Fuji X-T2

Blackpool beach. Fuji X-T2 with 18-55mm lens. ISO200, 1/240″ at f/9.0. Handheld. I mentioned in a recent post that I purchased a new 32mm Zeiss prime for my Fuji X-T2. If you read the post, you’re probably thinking I’m going to tell you how great the...

X X Photograper

Today I made the decision to hand back my X and become an X X Photographer ! This was not an easy decision but the timing was about right for me and my business moving forward. So what camera system will I be moving...

Fuji X-H1 Pictured: Top screen, bigger viewfinder, in-body stabilisation

A top status panel, chunky grip and improved EVF are among the improvements over the current range-topper, the X-T2. (Image: Nokishita.com) Leaked pictures of the new Fuji X-H1 on Nokishita.com disclose that the X range topper will feature a LCD status screen. After the lead Leica SL,...

A little light reading for the keen photographer

Join me in a little thought experiment: A collection of photons is admitted to a sealed container under carefully controlled conditions. After precise measurement of the distribution and intensity of the trapped photons, processing is performed by sophisticated algorithms. Output from this process is then the...

Fuji X: Two years after moving from the world of DSLR

Storks: X-T2 and 100-400 f/4.5-5.6 plus 1.4TC It is now two years since I moved over from my heavyweight DSLR system to the (relatively) lightweight delights of Fujifilm. This is the story of what happened and why. I sold my Canon gear (5D Mk2 and 6D) to...

Vignettes of Amsterdam – Part Two

Last week I published part one of this series, a black and white photo essay from a recent trip to Amsterdam.  Black and white works so well when featuring photography from European cities, because, I think, of their timeless feel and their amazing architecture. Amsterdam is...