Capturing Winter – a photographer’s guide

By Chris Upton With low raking light, crisp clear air, lingering morning mists, beautiful frosts and (hopefully!) a covering of pristine white snow it’s no wonder that winter is a photographers delight. The icing on the cake is that at this time of...

Extreme sports with the Fujifilm X-T2 and X-Pro2

Daniel Tengs I am a Norwegian extreme sports photographer and a Fujifilm X-Photographer. I was lucky to get a call from Fujifilm in the beginning of 2016 regarding switching to Fujifilm. I got to try their gear and immediately fell in love. I...

FIRST LOOK: FUJIFILM X-T20 review

The new year is off to a great start for Fujifilm! Beside the announcement of the first mirrorless Medium format (GFX), a new 50mm f2 lens, the new rangefinder like X-100F review here), Fujifilm also announced the X-T20 today! When the X-T2 (review here) was released...

Pic(k) of the week 3: DHOW BUILDING, Dubai

In the first week of the new year, I headed out to the Dhow building site opposite Festival city in Dubai. Somebody from the US interested in my photography, inspired me to document the centuries old heritage of building wooden cargo ships. In the region...

Vom scheuen Hund zum Supermodel

Hier gibt es einen kleinen Bericht darüber, wie ich meine süße Scouti dazu gebracht habe, gerne fotografiert zu werden. Vielleicht ist das für den ein oder anderen auch interessant: Zu Bored Panda Here is a small report about how I got my sweet scouti to be...

Inspired Coastlines with X Series

By Bryan Minear At the beginning of December, I was on my way to California for a part-work, part-fun gig in SoCal.  Being that this was only my 2nd trip to California and my first to the coast, I wanted to take everything that I...

Exploring Panama with the X-T1

By Braden Gunem I like to travel alone.  Partners and friends are great, but they can also hold you back from really experiencing a culture deeply.  Solo travel allows you a freedom and adventure rarely achievable for those rushing back home for dinner.  So when a...

KUSHTI, The Art of wrestling – Dubai

Every Friday before sunset, a few hundred spectators gather around a small obscure dirt field, close to the Hyatt Recency hotel to watch a traditional Indian-Pakistani wrestling competition called Kushti. Now going back more than 3000 years, Kushti fighters from India, Pakistan and Iran have traditionally been sticking strictly...