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...

Photographic Updates

HELP BERT TO FIND HIS GEAR In the last few days the highly distressing news hit us that Bert Stephani’s gear was stolen. I remember well the early days of the Fujifilm X community when a bunch of weirdos talked about the original X100. Then...

The Streets of Barcelona with the X100F

Our previous post dived into a very important subject of living the life of a creative and the perils of being a working photographer. Thank you so much to all of you who responded kindly and shared your own thoughts on the subject. Today I...

Go out, feel, see and “make something wonder”!

While I was working on my first blog post since my return from a one-month photography trip to Europe, something made me pause and think. When travelling and shooting I didn’t have a chance to watch the latest Apple presentation. Last night I was able...

London and Barcelona with the X100F

What an incredible few weeks it has been. It is still not over by any means but I thought I should give you an update about our trip to Europe. We started off in London, which as usual greeted us with almost equal doses of...

X-Pro2 in Barcelona

By Derek Clark My aim for a recent trip to Barcelona was to travel light. Last year I was in New York shooting jazz musicians for a book I’m working on and I had to carry a lot of kit. The Fuji gear was light, but...