Friday Image No.161

View from Blea Tarn, The Lake District. Fuji X-T2 with 55-200 at 110mm. ISO200, f/8.0, 1/100″ I was torn today between the shots I could share for the weekly Friday image. I seem to have some great alternatives I could show. I don’t know if its...

Friday Image No. 160

  Yesterday I visited Harrogate, taking my wife to an exhibition. Whilst I was in the area I decided to visit Bolton Abbey. Last time I visited I was at school so that that should tell you it was a very long time ago. I also...

Cheap Software Transformed my Fuji Processing

Last week I blogged to explain why I was reluctant to make image submissions from the Fuji X-T2. Then after some internal debate with myself, I made a few submissions. The results are back, and the submitted files passed QA. What I now need to...

Friday Image No. 159

Mountains of the Lake District. Fuji X-T2 with Fuji 18-135 lens. ISO200, f/9.0, 1/120″ For those of you who read my previous post regarding Photo Library submission, I can confirm I have now had two batches of images accepted. I’m pleased about this but I will...

Long Exposure Landscape Photography with Fujifilm Malaysia

Two Days In Sekinchan Over the weekend, I got to have a short photo trip to Sekinchan organised by Fujifilm Malaysia. The topic was Long Exposure Landscape Photography and the facilitator was an X Photographer Thomas Phoon. While corporate event photography has always been my bread...

7 Ways to Maximise Your Landscape Photography

The natural world provides photographers with some of their most stunning subjects, from mountains and canyons to rolling hills and fields of flowers. Landscape photography is rewarding, but that does not mean the style is easy. You may think that, because the subjects are immobile,...

Friday Image No. 157

Ramshaw Rocks at sunset. Fuji X-T2, 16-55 lens, ISO200, f/11.0, 0.5 second. 0.6 ND soft Grad It’s been an eventful couple of weeks in our house with my daughter getting married. There were guests from around the world and a quite a few people staying with...

Fujinon GF 23mm f/4 R LM WR Review

Introduction With the GF 23mm f/4 R LM WR lens, Fujifilm has answered the call of GFX owners for a wide-angle lens. The GF 32-64mm f/4 has a 35mm-equivalent focal length of 25mm at its widest focal length, which is decent, but the GF 23mm f/4...

FUJIFILM GFX 50S: A Professional’s View

By Steven Hanna Professional photographer and current PPANI Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017, Steven Hanna is from Northern Ireland and specialises in wedding and landscape photography. The FUJIFILM X-T2 and FUJIFILM X-Pro2 are his usual weapons of choice, however eager to try out the FUJIFILM...