Let’s take care of each other

One of the greatest surprises about photography is how it encompasses so much of our lives. From documentary to reportage, from landscape to travel or portrait and even commercial, we interact, observe and craft imagery from those amazing pieces of life that surround us. Burk...

How to Set Up Your Fuji Camera For Street Photography

Welcome along to another blog guys. Today I want to make a few suggestions as to how to set up your Fuji camera for street photography. These settings will hopefully allow you to walk the streets and focus on watching the world and looking for...

Seeing Iceland in monochrome

As Fujifilm X shooters we are spoilt for choice when it comes to colour. We have the amazing and universal Astia and Provia simulations for a range of subjects and situations, Velvia for slide-film-like pop of vibrance and saturation, the Classic Chrome with its muted...

New Visual Project: “The Scraps”

I am so grateful to those of you who have been accompanying me throughout my photographic journey. I know it is not an easy endeavour to stick with a photographer who started with landscape, only to shoot travel, street, creative street, then travel and now…...

The Italian Project

My name is Suzanne Emily O’Connor, I’m Scottish and the most exciting change I’ve experienced recently has been picking up my life and moving it to another country, for love but of course also for the adventure. I had lived in London for nearly 4...

Using Fujifilm’s Tools to Assist with Composition

Composition is an immense topic in photography. There are rules to be followed, bent, and broken. There are concepts such as visual weight that will blow your mind with their complexity. While we learn these, however, there are several things we can do to help...

Turntable, X-Pro2 and the XF23mm f/1.4

Every November I spend a long weekend in Toronto. Officially I’m there to attend a work conference, but every spare moment is spent enjoying the freedom and anonymity of wandering the city streets, and creating some street photos. November is a great month to shoot...