Shooting the Captivating Italian Lakes with the GFX

By Mark Bauer Landscape photographer, Mark Bauer lives near Dorset’s Jurassic coast, which is world renowned for being stunningly beautiful. This part of the country, as well as travelling with photography provides him with a constant source of inspiration. Mark recently visited the...

Capturing interiors – a photographers guide

By Maria Fernández Beautiful interiors are no longer only to be seen in interior design magazines. From restaurants and cafes to hotels and offices, every business, no matter its nature, is making an effort to incorporate some type of style and design to their interiors. We can’t...

The primes of my life

Do you know which prime lenses you use more than any others? I do. Things you and I already know about the Fujinon XF lens range: 1) They’re as sharply designed and as beautifully well made as the cameras they attach to. 2) They...

Just how good is the XF50-140mm zoom lens?

By Brian Rolfe May this year I picked up a second-hand graphite silver edition X-T1 and wanted a good excuse to go out shooting with it. Shooting with the XF50-140mm So.. I arranged to meet a model I’ve known for 5 or 6...

X-Pro2 Portraits with The Woz, Apple’s Co-Founder

By Dan Taylor It’s not every day that you get the chance to photograph a person who is directly involved in creating a product that has changed the world. And it’s even rarer to have this person’s undivided attention for a few minutes just...

My goal? To never use RAW processing again.

By Camille McMillan I used to love the magic of the dark room, the processing of the film, the image appearing on the paper in the chemistry.  I have never found that magic with Capture One or any form of RAW processing. Transparency film...