Seeing twice

…or more, to make better images Lacking a formal education in photography, I am currently living vicariously through my sister’s experience of taking a photography course at her local college. I feel that I have a good understanding of the fundamentals of photography. However, I have...

Wide vs Tele: From one extreme to the other

By Mark Gilligan Everything we do in photography is a matter of perspective. My view is different from yours. We can stand side by side and look at the same thing but we don’t view it in the same way. We might recognise the exact features...

The landscapes of Tuscany

Armed with a Fujifilm X-Pro2 and a 100-400mm lens I set off South of Siena in search of some classic landscapes and a few new shots of my own. I’m migrating my career to the landscape and travel photography genres and I thought Tuscany is a great...

Take A Different View: Fashion Photography Re-imagined

By Alexander Bather I was always one of those people who would count down the minutes until it turned 5:30pm, but now I watch the clock counting down the minutes until my next photography assignment. I enjoy the uncertainty of the job, as it...

Sports Photography as a Spectator – Autograss

By Jeff Carter In a series of articles X Photographer Jeff Carter will be shooting at sports events in the UK and showing how to capture great images with the Fujifilm X Series without the need for a media pass. Sports Photography as a...

Fujifilm X-Pro2: Rekindling Old Stories

Four years after the much charming and much infuriating X-Pro1, the X-Pro2 promises to bring back some of the old magic, and iron out some of the unpleasant memories. The X-Pro2 is like an old affair reignited, with an understanding of the mistakes from the...