Pic(k) of the week 25: DARK CLOUDS OVER VAL D’ORCIA, TUSCANY

As stated in my last Pic(k), I had a great time touring around Tuscany on photography tour end of May. While I did a fair bit of classic Travel and Street photography (with the Fujifilm X-T100, review here), the main purpose of the trip was shooting...

Pic(k) of the week 23: FUJIFILM X-T100 GOES TO CHURCH – RAVENNA, ITALY

Most people are familiar with the top three Italian tourist cities; Rome, Venice and Florence. Far fewer know what Ravenna has to offer! A city that has not one but eight UNESCO World Heritage sites, Ravenna has several renown churches with amazing mosaics and paintings. The city which was the capital...

FIRST LOOK REVIEW FUJIFILM X-T100 and XC 15-45mm LENS

May 24, Fujifilm announced their newest "entry-level X-series camera, the X-T100 !X-T100 with grip installedThe X-T100 is what you get if an X-A5 and X-T20 are spending too much time together; while the hardware is similar to the X-T20, the inside (sensor/processor) is close to...

Here comes the sun – a guide to photographing sunbeams

By Chris Upton Photography is all about the light and, as landscape photographers, we are constantly searching for the most interesting and evocative lighting conditions. Without it our pictures can be dull and lacklustre but when Mother Nature performs her magic, the landscape is transformed enabling...

X100 to GFX Journey: The Evolution of the X Series

By Kevin Mullins I’ve been using the Fujifilm system since its inception back in 2011. My very first Fujifilm camera was the Fujifilm FinePix X100 (remember when it was still called the FinePix?). I’ve been honoured to be a part of the X-Photographer community since those early...

Closing in on the cold with the XF80mmF2.8 macro lens

By Ben Cherry The Fujifilm system is now at a stage where the last lenses needed to make it, in my opinion, a ‘complete working photographers system’ are on the roadmap and set for launch at some point this year. With the recent announcements of the...

X X Photograper

Today I made the decision to hand back my X and become an X X Photographer ! This was not an easy decision but the timing was about right for me and my business moving forward. So what camera system will I be moving...

Never Miss The Moment: A first look at the FUJIFILM X-H1

By Chris Weston Wildlife photography throws up many challenges. For starters, weather and environmental conditions are rarely ideal. Dusty African savannahs, humid jungles, persistent precipitation in rainforests, sub-zero temperatures in the Arctic and Antarctic – they all demand the very best of the equipment I use,...