18 May On being an Official Fujifilm X Photographer
Source: Ian Macdonald Photography
I have a new blog post written that I was planning on sharing today but then one of my peers, Official Fufjilm X Photographer Kevin Mullins, dropped a new article that I just had to share instead. I’ll get to my new one in a few days.
Over the last few years I have come to marvel at the work produced by so many artists in the Fujifilm community. I enjoy the conversations I have daily with people from all over the world, the emails I get that are full of questions or comments of support, the messages I receive through Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, the new friendships I have made and of course the clients I book through the community whose support I can never repay. When I am stumped on something, I know that there is an answer right around the corner too. With the rare negative exception, as Kevin mentions in his article, it is a wonderful community to be a part of (yes, I have also had emails like the one Kevin starts his article with).
Weekly, if not occasionally daily, I get a question that is a variation of “How do I become an Official Fujifilm X Photographer?” or “What is it like to be an Official Fujifilm X Photographer?”
First off, full disclosure: It is awesome, but not because of any financial relationship or business relationship. It is awesome because the people I work with at Fujifilm Canada are top notch professionals, because Fujifilm as a company cares about
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