Going extrawide – The Laowa 9mm f/2.8 review

Now this is something I’ve been looking forward to sharing with you all for a little while now. For the past 2 months I have been using a lens from the Chinese lens manufacturer Venus Optics. They have a line of lenses called “Laowa” –...

A.B.S.T.

It doesn’t always have to be purposeful. Sometimes it just needs to be. Need to exist. This is my way back to my core creative.  X-pro1 – XF50mm f/2R WR ...

Repetition and progress

It’s that time of the year again. The annual gymnastics recital in our small town. Its a big thing in our family. Mainly because of the involvement of my better half. She does an amazing job. I’ve become quite fond of these annual meetups at...

Dawn to Dark – A short video with the Fuji X Passion team

The Fuji X Passion project has completed its first year of existence. Has been a wonderful experience and we are more motivated than ever. Despite having daily contact with our readers, our web presence has always remained discreet. But today we’ll take you on a...

Inspirational portrait photography from Denmark

  This interview was originally published on the 4th edition Fuji X Passion virtual magazine, among many other interesting articles that you can find HERE Could you tell us a little bit about Allan Bramsen? Well for starter I’m 37 years old and a...

Stories from Mexico City with Fuji X-Pro1 and 35mm

I’m Miguel Angel Cortes, 31 years old from Mexico city, a very croudy city. I started in photography about 10 years ago, even when I studied something different first, but my first contact with photo was a long time ago watching a Time Life...

Interview with Matt Gutteridge, wedding photographer

Hello Matt! Could you please introduce yourself? I’m Matt, I’m 40 and a wedding photographer based in the south west of England. I’m married to Lillian and have 3 boys that are all growing up very quickly! I’m a family guy really and love...

A portfolio by Ashok Viswanathan, India

I started photography young while in school in the early 70’s starting with a Zeiss Super Ikonta IV and progressing to a Nikon FM with 4 lenses by the time I graduated. Those were the days when film was supreme and digital was...

Fuji X-Pro2 vs. X-Pro1

When it comes to competitions, there’s typically not much entertainment in seeing one side totally dominate the other. Because of how long it’s been since the X-Pro1 has been released, or even received a firmware update,1 that’s sort of the situation we’re in with...