The Fuji X-T2 And Remembering Photography Is Fun

Why would a full frame Nikon man spend his hard earned dollars to buy a crop sensor Fuji?  Well, the answer is more basic than one might think. I made a realization the other day. I wasn’t particularly deep in thought at the time, but rather it...

Is the Fujifilm X-H1 Any Good for Video?

When the Fujifilm X-H1 was first released in February this year, I wrote an article about how it was a disappointment. I'm certain many Fuji shooters will disagree with me about this, however, I stand by my points and this latest video from Kinotika describes...

How Does the Sony a7 III Compare to the Fuji X-H1?

  The argument of full-frame versus APS-C seems to be an ever-growing one. There are always discussions happening somewhere online about how one is better than the other for various reasons. This video pits the Sony a7 III against the Fuji X-H1. [ Read More ]  ...

Fujifilm X-H1: A Disappointing Release

Fujifilm has recently announced the X-H1, a larger APS-C mirrorless camera that leans more towards the video crowd. Although this camera is definitely an interesting one, I can't help but feel a little disappointed with the features. Skimming through many of the comments online, the most common questions...

Selling Photo Products You’re Passionate About

  Would you agree that no one likes the idea of the slimy used car salesman? Have you ever stopped to think about and analyze why no one likes that person? It's because that person has no vested interest in the product they're are selling or...

Why Other Camera Manufacturers Should Be More Like Fuji

  The long-running battle between camera companies is something that will always exist. Forums and article comment sections will always have some type of argument about who has the better high ISO or dynamic range, how Canon has better color than Nikon or why full frame...

Landscape Photography is Not So Bad: You Will Not Fail

The largest single landscape print I have made to date is a ten-foot-wide panorama of the Painted Rock at Fort Irwin. Titled A Thousand Words Fall Short, I donated it to a Veterans' clinic on the 4th of July. Printed on Fuji-crystal archival paper,...

I Switched to Fuji 18 Months Ago and Haven’t Looked Back

I’m not a trend-setter. I’m 31, pudgy, married, and writing this from my modest ranch hidden among 5000 other modest ranches in a suburb about 90 minutes outside of New York City. I shop at Big Y, buy my clothes at Khol’s, and look forward...