With the Fujifilm X100F through Southeast Asia

When it comes to Travel Photography I hear a lot of questions which gear may be the best. Should You switch to a DSLR and a whole parade of lenses, or is something small and compact better? Being Familiar with Your Camera I prefer to use the...

Lurking In Shadows

Photography and music have leapfrogged each other for almost all of my life. Photography kicked in during my early teens with adventures in the school darkroom. Music arrived not long after that in the form of the tenor saxophone and the battle to be my...

Portland Bill with the GFX 50s

2.30pm and I’m leaving my house in Weston Super Mare and heading to the Dorset Coast. Portland Bill is one of those locations that provides a multitude of options when it comes to subject and composition and so its a place that I have and...

Some personal thoughts on Street Photography

Street photography is not my strong point but I do really enjoy it. I love a challenge and for me street photography is certainly that. I would have to say that most of my efforts in learning photography have been put into landscape photography. It’s...

Lighting with Dave Kai Piper

Photographing people is at the very core of what I do. The style might change, the lighting might change but the fundamental principles stay the same. The type of lighting I apply is normally about creating an image or trying highlight one. Just like people, no two...

The Future of the Lightweight Photography Blog

View from the summit of Mam Tor at dawn, The Peak District. Fuji X-T2, 35-140 lens at 140mm. ISO200, 1/10″ at f/7.1. Tripod mounted. Kase Wolverine 0.6 ND Grad. The mist is clearing and I’m beginning to see the future of this blog. It will continue...

What’s your expectation as a photographer?

Do you remember that first real camera that you picked up and thought, photography, I might give this a go. We all remember it, for some of us it’s a while ago but for others, it’s a fresh memory. My first ‘proper’ camera was a Nikon d200,...

A Fujiholics Story – David Yeoman

About you Born in the 60’s, I bought my first real camera (SLR) whilst at university, after graduating I worked for Plessey writing real-time software, before moving to Reading to work in the broadcast TV industry. Since 1994 I have run my own businesses in the...

The High ISO Challenge – David Yeoman

Many of us look at images taken in low light, and admire the photographic techniques used, and wish we could take shots like that. Digital cameras react to light, each pixel on the sensor is effectively a well, and as the shutter opens, the well fills...