AERIALS – FOCUS ON THE WORLD WITH FUJIFILM X-SERIES

As a pilot-photographer, I’m privileged to see the world from above, on an almost daily basis. Since the early days of aviation, the view from above has fascinated people all over the world but we tend to forget that a large portion of them has...

Pic(k) of the week 12: NORTHERN LIGHT OVER GREENLAND – FUJIFILM X-H1

As a pilot, I've had quite a few opportunities to admire the Northern Lights over the years. When traveling up North to Iceland or Northern Scandinavia to see the Aurora Borealis, one always has to be lucky with the weather as cloud cover will of course hide this amazing spectacle...

Pic(k) of the week 9: AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY with the FUJIFILM X-H1

Aerial Photography is one of my favorite types of Photography. Even after all those years, watching the world below us, is without a doubt one of the best things about the flying job I do for a living. It really is the best office in the world! Needless to say, that I'm...

Iceland with Fuji X-T2

Time to wrap up this eventfull year with a couple of blogs on last summer's travels. I was lucky to visit both Iceland and Greenland again, this time with a pair of wonderful Fujifilm X-T2 cameras. Both parts of my trip were organised by  Iceland...

Pic(k) of the week 28: 500 FEET OVER THE VIGNARDS OF BURGUNDY

Last week, I flew my 1954 Piper Super Cub to Burgundy; a well known wine area in the South-East of France. Since the 63 year old vintage two-place airplane is perfect for Aerial photography, shooting some portfolio images was one of the main objectives of the trip.As...

Pic(k) of the week 23: MISTY MORNING OVER THE UAE – FUJILOVE MAGAZINE

The aerial image below shows the Northern part of the UAE bordering Oman, on a peaceful early morning some time ago. Image details:Fujifilm X-T20 with XF 18-135mmISO 200, 1/1700s, f8.0, 56mm (84mm full frame equivalent)RAW development in Lightroom CCNik ColorEfex Pro4 for optimal contrastMore of my aerial...

London from helicopter with Fuji X-T2 – Part2

Summer is coming and so it is the time for the last checks on my equipment before the travel season begins. A second doors-off helicopter flight (link at the end of this blog) over London was on my list to test two X-T2s with 50-140mm...