Inspired Coastlines with X Series

By Bryan Minear At the beginning of December, I was on my way to California for a part-work, part-fun gig in SoCal.  Being that this was only my 2nd trip to California and my first to the coast, I wanted to take everything that I...

Capturing Captains with the Fujifilm X-T1

Think about it, it’s your dream job. You’re a Liverpool season ticket holder and supporter and as a professional photographer you are asked if you’re interested in photographing the portraits of a number of former and famous Liverpool FC captains for an upcoming book....

The primes of my life

Do you know which prime lenses you use more than any others? I do. Things you and I already know about the Fujinon XF lens range: 1) They’re as sharply designed and as beautifully well made as the cameras they attach to. 2) They...

X-Pro2 Portraits with The Woz, Apple’s Co-Founder

By Dan Taylor It’s not every day that you get the chance to photograph a person who is directly involved in creating a product that has changed the world. And it’s even rarer to have this person’s undivided attention for a few minutes just...

Inside Bryan Minear’s Camera Bag

By Bryan Minear As a landscape photographer, I venture out to shoot – a lot. Much of my work is reliant on timing and interesting light. I’m based in Michigan, which isn’t conventionally known as a photo wonderland, so I am constantly exploring, scouting...

Backyard Bokeh: Find Everyday Inspiration!

By Seth K. Hughes As someone who has traveled 50,000 miles in the past couple of years, I’ve come to realize you don’t have to go far to have fun and make great photos. Truth is, no matter where you live, all you have to...

Boudoir in Paris

I could have shot all day on the balcony of our hotel suite location. The play of light, shadows and vantage point all gave the balcony a magical charm. Instead we started inside with the curtains closed. 01. For our first shot of the session we...