Aerial photography with the Fuji X-Pro2

  It was the end of a three week road trip through the Canadian Rockies and the Pacific Northwest. I had to say goodby heavy hearted to these breathtaking landscapes and amazing wildlife. So I drove to Vancouver airport to fly back home to...

Number 17

It was just brought to my attention that feedspot rated my blog at number 17 of 75 of the top 75 blogs and sites for Streetphotographers. Apparently they used google ratings, social media interactions etc etc. I have no idea how they calculated this result,...

The Wall

Photography can be a fickle thing at times:  some projects involve countless hours of planning, execution, blood and sweat, while others seem to materialize out of nowhere and come together quickly. I was recently in Toronto for a week of work that included a 3...

Sports Photography as a Spectator – Autograss

By Jeff Carter In a series of articles X Photographer Jeff Carter will be shooting at sports events in the UK and showing how to capture great images with the Fujifilm X Series without the need for a media pass. Sports Photography as a...

Autograss High Speed Action

On Saturday I went along to the Central Scotland Autograss Club event at Avonbridge to shoot the next feature in the series of Shooting Sport as a Spectator for Fujifilm UK and also shoot a series of images for an upcoming feature in a national...

Fujifilm Love Hate!

I have lent out a lot of personal Fujifilm kit over the last five years and the result has always been some love hate relationships and personal battles with the kit. I always find this very interesting. I remember my first time with the X100...

SQ 100

Haven’t you heard? It’s hip to be square! XPro2 Graphite – XF23mm f/2 – Classic Chrome – Acros – 1:1 crop  ...

The Magic of Light

The further I travel down the photography rabbit hole, the more light fascinates me.  When I started as a photographer I shot landscapes, and like many others, I scheduled my shoots to nail the golden hours of sunrise and sunset.  When I was focused...

VIDEO | Interview with Paulo Teixeira, humanitarian photographer

A humanitarian photographer uses cameras as tools to draw the public’s attention to social issues. Paulo Teixeira and his project “Humane Focus” aims to give a voice and make visible all the ones in our society that, despite being under the sight of everyone, remain...

Life and the lens

It’s the same thing every year. Around this time I take a look at the blog and go – “Why have I not written any posts lately!?” – And the answer is just about the same as always. I. Have. Been. Insanely. Busy. With. Life....