Fujifilm X-Pro 2 Review after 12 Months of Wedding Photography

Around 13 months ago I was photographing weddings with a Canon 5D Mark III and a Fujifilm X-T1. I had bounced around between using a Canon 7D originally as my backup, and then switching to an old Canon 1D Mark II all the while keeping...

Keeping it simple with the Fuji X-Pro2 and 18-55mm zoom

When I venture out with the Fuji X-Pro2 instead of the X-T2 it is usually because I want to keep my kit simple and unencumbered. Often this means outfitting it with the 23mm f/1.4 or, when I want a bit more versatility, the humble 18-55mm,...

Idiosyncrasy

Glimpsed moments At the end of a full few months of work, I managed to review images captured in between work events, while travelling and occasionally with some intention. The result? It’s a very idiosyncratic selection of images. Images captured with a Fujifilm X-Pro2, fronted with either the...

Flying Around the World with Fujimfilm X-Pro 2 By Troy Lim

My career with with one of the largest airlines began back in late 2014. I have been shooting wildlife for the last six years and been looking to get a perfect mirrorless camera to lug around with me. Last December, after reading many reviews, I...

Anthropocene landscapes with the Fujifilm X-Pro2

My X-T1 started to exhibit the dreaded ‘peeling rubber handgrip’ problem after only six months, so I am now the proud owner of a Fujifilm X-Pro2. Here are a few images from my first morning shooting with the new camera. The X-Pro2 is pretty much my perfect...

Expectations

Working with the Fujifilm X-series cameras and flash Funny thing about expectations, time can really change how you view things. I have worked with the XPro2 for a year and the XT2 nearly that long, and with the EF-X500 flash for the past few months. This...

Slow photography

A few weeks ago, I add the opportunity to shoot for a couple of hours in Sidney, B.C. This is a favourite long exposure location and I had pretty good light at sunrise. It’s always a nice treat to slow down to make these...

10 Tips for the Fuji X-Pro2

Having had my Fuji X-Pro2 for a couple of months or so now I'm very impressed with its capabilities and glad I made the investment. As a replacement to the original X-Pro1 it certainly builds on the X-Pro legacy, but as with all new...

Practice, a noun

Routine shooting for long-term happiness Sitting over lunch. Images and thoughts bouncing between us, Shiela and I discussed what we had just experienced. The scene is an art gallery café and the images were, mostly, those of Walker Evans. The idea of “practice” emerges from...

Rückblick – a look at 2016

Places and faces captured on the job Just cleaning up the work Lightroom catalog and ran across a few images from the past year. Some are of places I traveled to for work. Some are of the people at events I photographed. Some are of colleagues, sometimes...