Why I switched BACK to the Fujifilm system

By Scott Johnson I first dabbled with Fujifilm WAY back in 2003 while working on a cruise ship.  In an all-film world, we were the first team to go digital with the Fujifilm S2 Pro, and I was really impressed with the quality,...

Inspired Coastlines with X Series

By Bryan Minear At the beginning of December, I was on my way to California for a part-work, part-fun gig in SoCal.  Being that this was only my 2nd trip to California and my first to the coast, I wanted to take everything that I...

Exploring Panama with the X-T1

By Braden Gunem I like to travel alone.  Partners and friends are great, but they can also hold you back from really experiencing a culture deeply.  Solo travel allows you a freedom and adventure rarely achievable for those rushing back home for dinner.  So when a...

X-T2: The Game Changer

  By Namour Filho You might be asking: what’s the point of another FUJIFILM X-T2 review if reviewers all talk about the same things? Luckily for you, I wrote a different kind of review.To start, I need to talk a little bit about my...

Flight of The Swans – Final Chapter

Recap – My name is Ben Cherry, I’m a Fujifilm X-Photographer focusing on environmental photojournalism. Currently I am part of the WWT Flight of the Swans conservation project, where Sacha Dench is flying from Arctic Russia back to the UK; following the declining...

A beginners guide to Lightroom – Post-production

Start working on your images in Lightroom using this simple how to guide. Roger Payne takes you through some very simple steps to get you on the road to better post production If you missed Roger’s first tutorial on importing images into Lightroom, watch it here.    ...

A beginners guide to Lightroom – Importing your photos

In this short video Roger Payne guides you through importing your images into Lightroom and how to organise them once they get there. Check our blog on the 19th December for Roger’s second video all about post production tweaks and how to enhance your images further.   ...

Baby It’s Cold Outside..

By Elli Cassidy At Christmas it’s almost compulsory to take photographs and when you add a newborn baby into the equation it’s the perfect opportunity to create something extra special. Whether you’re a fan of full-on Christmas decor, or prefer just a subtle...

Shooting stills on a movie set with the X-Pro2

By Keith Bernstein Earlier this year Castel Film Studio in Bucharest, Romania, underwent a dramatic makeover. The studio’s backlot streets, previously the location of a Gothic horror movie, were re-modelled into 1900 Milwaukee, the setting of a new movie set in the American Midwest...