08 Aug Fujifilm XF lenses for portraiture

Ever since my days as a BBC cameraman I’ve captured collections of shots that make a narrative. When shooting dramas or documentaries with video I used wide shots to set the scene and then took tight shots to show the detail. The same was true when I migrated to shooting stills at weddings and for portraits way back at the end of the last century. All through my career I’ve relied on my wider lenses and tight lenses in equal measure to produce bodies of work that are eloquent and self supporting.

See it on Scoop.it, via Fujifilm X Cameras