27 Jul Light and Land: A Tour of Scotland’s West Coast

Source: Fujifilm X Blog

By Ben Osborne

My Fujifilm adventure began six months ago when I borrowed a FUJIFILM X-T2 and a couple of lenses for an expedition to Antarctica. This was an introduction to an unfamiliar camera system that I had never used before but which I immediately had to use under some of the most challenging conditions on earth. It was a baptism by fire but it was also love at first sight.

As I wrote in my first blog, I never really got as far as reading the instruction manual – but I quickly worked out the basics, made some interesting images and managed to fulfill the role for which I was being paid (“photography coach” on the Hebridean Sky, working for Polar Latitudes). I must have got something right because I am heading back to Antarctica next season. I am also learning more about the Fujifilm X Series, the FUJIFILM  X-T2 and the range of lenses that complement this wonderful camera.

This summer, I have been working on a number of projects and commissions, including running tours for photographic tour company “Light and Land”.

The latest tour is one of my favorites, based on the Knoydart Peninsula on the West coast of Scotland. I have led this tour for the past 15 years and adore the place. We stay in a stunning location and head out in a fast motor launch every day to the Small Isles, the Isle of Skye and the Knoydart coast. The photographic opportunities are endless…

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