Review: Fujifilm X-T2

by Jordan Steele Fujifilm, after having been stuck with more or less the same sensor for around 4 years, has been updating their rather robust lineup with the new 24 Megapixel X-Trans III sensor. First up was last winter’s long-awaited X-Pro2, and then this past...

Canon 85mm f1.2 L vs Fujifilm XF 56mm f1.2

I thought it might be fun to do a comparison of the two portrait lenses, between the two systems. The Canon 85mm f1.2 and the Fuji XF 56mm f1.2, the 2 most incredible portrait lenses out there....

New York snow with the Fuji X-T2

My X-T2 is no sooner back from Fuji repair as a result of my fall in the last New York snow, when I took it out again on an even worse snowy day. This time I visited the Brooklyn Bridge down by the water's edge....

A castle, a waterfall, and a Fuji X-T2

Let me start with a disclaimer; I am not a Fuji X Photographer, I am not sponsored by Fujifilm in away, and I buy all my own equipment with my own hard earned money. Now I have that out the way, I will also say that...

Fujifilm X Magazine 18: Natural Beauty + Win a Fujifilm X100F

Fujifilm Magazine number 18 came out today with some coverage of the Fujifilm GFX 50S, X100F, X-T20, X-Pro2 Graphite, X-T2 graphite and Fujinon XF 50 F2 R WR. Don’t forget you can download it to your iPad or iPhone via the iOS Fujifilm X Magazine...

A Highland Photo Trip: Part 6 Kylesku to Drumbeg

The Quinag Ridge  from Loch a Chairn Bhain with Sail Gharbh on left and Sail Ghorm on right Fujifilm X-T2 + XF16-55mm f2.8 - 60s @ f18 ISO200 (zoom16mm) - Point A on the map belowAfter leaving Loch Assynt we headed north to Kylesku and parking up...

Home to my roots with the Fuji X System

I first got hooked on photography in the mid 1970s when I was about and my first SLR camera was a Pentax Spotmatic. At this time in my life I was training to become a teacher of Design and Technology and I used up nearly...

Fuji X-T1 and X-T2 – a new perspective on Myanmar in 2017

As I sit reflecting on my just completed photographic expedition, it’s been quite an amazing experience having spent a month photographing the wonders of Myanmar. I think for me the huge difference has been (compared to when I was there last five years...