Lens Wishlist: XF 14-40mm F4 OIS WR

The XF 16-80mm F/4 OIS WR is due to be announced anytime now. It’s poised to take over many a photographer’s travel lens needs, but having just finished another trip of fairly long distance hiking,1 what I’d like to see Fuji announce is is something...

Should You Buy The Fujifilm X-T30

Although pitched as a “mid-range” camera, the specifications of the X-T30 are actually pretty impressive – in fact, it would be fair to describe it as a “miniature X-T3”. That, in theory at least, makes it great for a number of reasons – it’s available...

Quirky road to teaching photography

When I was asked a few years ago by the people who run skyros.com holidays if I’d teach photography — in Greece and elsewhere — I said, “sure”, as I’d been taking photos for years, had been Technical Editor of the UK magazine “Practical Photography”,...

What Does Fujifilm Have to Do to Compete in the West

An undeniable and long-standing staple in the photography world, Fujifilm's market share in the West is still fractional. With all of its innovation and strong reviews, one must ask, what more can Fujifilm do to increase influence in the Western market? As more information surfaces on...

The Uncomfortable Truth About Travel Photography

Travel photography is an alluring genre. The thought of getting paid to explore and discover the world is one that most photographers have entertained. In this article, I touch on an uncomfortable truth about travel photography and present seven tips based on this truth. [ Read...

Fuji X-T3: The Camera So Nice I Bought It Twice

In a field crowded with options, there is no better value for the money than the Fuji X-T3. There’s an informal title in the world of boxing just as sought after as the more official World Heavyweight Champion. Due to the vast difference in physical sizes...