Sports Photography as a Spectator: Rally

I hear it said a lot that motor sport is difficult to shoot without a media pass.  Well that is very true for circuit racing, especially at the big venues like Silverstone or Le Mans, but there is one form of motor sport that does...

Fujifilm X-T2 Overview

  First off, this isn’t really a review, it’s more an overview of how I feel about the camera after using it since it arrived in November.  After about 5 months I feel I’ve got to know the camera pretty well, but like my blogs about...

Comprehensive firmware upgrades for X-T2 and X-Pro2

Great news for Fujifilm X-T2 and X-Pro2 owners. Thanks to two new firmware upgrades – one at the end of this month, the other by the end of May, your cameras are about to get even better! This latest round of upgrades further underline our ‘kaizen’...

Go forth and multiply!

The multiple exposure mode on your Fujifilm X Series cameras is probably one of those functions that you know is there, but you’ve never really tried. You might have dismissed it as a little gimmicky, or perhaps just not thought that you could put it...

Friday Image No.129

Somewhere in the Borders of Scotland. Three image stitch taken with the Fuji X-T2 + 18-55mm lens. 1/105″ at f/11 and ISO200. 0.6 ND Graduated filter. A couple of weeks back I showed a Friday Image that was a little different. It featured some grass on...

Beautiful Seacliff

I had another opportunity to visit one of my favourite locations here on the East Lothian coast and that is the small sandy beach at Seacliff. The beach is reached via a private road (there is a £3 charge to access the road)  and it leads...

Mismatch Chic

I believe many of us have experience this before. You are running late for an appointment and at the same time scrambling to find the perfect outfit. Somehow every outfit doesn’t seems to match. And eventually you paired something that is kind of a mismatch....

Belhaven Bay by Moonlight

Fujifilm X-T2 + XF10-24mm f4 + Manfrotto 190 Tripod (Zoom 10mm) - 105s @ f4 ISO200Yesterday evening I walked across the road to the cliffs above Belhaven Bay near my home in Dunbar to see if I could spot the Aurora Borealis which had made a brief appearance two...