14 Dec Fujifilm X-Photographer Interview: Jenna Shouldice

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Continuing with our monthly interview feature, this month I’m chatting to Jenna Shouldice, a documentary and wedding/family photographer based out of Victoria BC, where she works with her husband and where they raise their young daughter. Her documentary work focuses on family life, women’s issues and, more specifically, the birthing process. In addition to being professionally trained, Jenna has a degree in Psychology and trained as a doula in 2011, and her birth work has been published internationally both online and in print. She currently teaches documentary birth and family photography to photographers around the world, and is a co-founder of the Documentary Family Awards. Welcome to the FujiLove blog! First of all, I wonder if you could explain what it was that first drew you to the Fujifilm X Series and whether you feel there are any particular features still missing from the system? When I first got into photography, it was just as the quality of digital SLRs were expanding so I was taught in school on film. Although, like anyone, I can be nostalgic for those days I spent learning in the darkroom, I don’t have any sort of naive idea of shooting film outside of for fun …

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