Workshops Update

As quite a few people know  I am changing the format of my workshops in 2018 so if anyone wants to take part in the present format, please choose one of my Street Photography Workshops from the list below. This is the format for...

Photowalks 2017

Here we go again, another year of Photo Walks.  This year I will be leading four Fujiholics Photowalks. The Liverpool walk has already taken place but Bristol, Edinburgh and London are still up for grabs. I would like everyone to know that you...

Capturing the Beauty of Spring’s Bluebells

By Chris Upton Spring is sprung in the UK and nothing signifies that more obviously than a rich carpet of bluebells under a vibrant canopy of lime green beech leaves. Walk into a forest early in the morning and the wonderful fragrant smell hits you, the...

Fuji X-T2 – 16mm f1.4

Fuji 16mm f1.4I recently picked up the Fuji 16mm f1.4 PrimeI work close to Spitalfields Market in London and took some photos at lunchtime yesterday. The effect of having a wide-angle prime is that I was compelled to leave my comfort zone and actually speak...

Pic(k) of the week 15: NEMRUT CRATER, TURKEY – aerials with the Fujfilm X-T2

As, I'm presently working on an article for Fujilove magazine (June edition) about my Aerial photography with the Fujifilm X-series, I first wanted to share a recent birds-eye view of a snowy Turkey with the blog-readers. The image below shows a dormant volcano near Lake Van in eastern Turkey;...

Sports Car Action All the Way at Monza

Today I fly home to Scotland after a busy week at the home of Italian motorsport, the Autodromo Nazionale Monza near Milan. The week started with the two day Official Test for the European Le Mans Series and concluded yesterday evening after two days testing for...

On the Banking at Monza

The old banked track at Monza is a 'must see' for anyone interested in motorsport.  The track has not been used for racing for many years and it is amazing to think that drivers would race around the steep banking at speeds of over 150mph. Yesterday...