Fujifilm XF 16mm f/2.8 Lens Review: A Versatile All-Rounder

This is a £350 lens, which is relatively cheap as far as Fujifilm optics go. However, I was very impressed with the performance it put in when shooting with the X-T3. Although f/2.8 isn’t a super wide aperture, it still produces attractive shallow depth of...

Pic(k) of the week 14: BRIDGE OF TOLERANCE – DUBAI CANAL

Since Dubai Water Canal opened in 2017, it also came with a few interesting new pedestrian bridges. The most attractive one  is the "Bridge of Tolerance" which frames the modern part of Dubai well in the background like can be seen in the image I shot more than...

Friday Image No.184

Genoa, Italy. Fuji X-T2, 18-135 lens. ISO400, 1/25″ at f/10.0. Today is the world famous (at least in some circles) Saddleworth Band Contest. Some of you may recall the film “Brassed Off” where one of the scenes features the band visiting the contest but getting so...

Shooting NYC Cityscapes With a Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format Camera

A few months ago, Fstoppers released “Photographing The World 3” with Elia Locardi. This 18-hour tutorial covers everything you could want to know about landscape and cityscape photography. For the last few months, we have been bringing you behind-the-scenes videos of the creation of this tutorial, and today, we...

Pic(k) of the week 7: CASA MILA – LA PEDRERA BARCELONA

Often referred to as the "city of Gaudi", Barcelona is without a doubt one of my favorite European cities. Before he devoted all of his attention to completing the Sagrada Familia, ingenious architect Antoni Gaudí's last private residence was Casa Milà.Popularly known as La Pedredra (open quarry), the...