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...

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....

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...

Holiday Habit

X100F Iso 200 1/900 f/6.4I have always taken quite a lot of camera gear with me on holiday and it’s become a habit that I have struggled to quit, until now. With the Fujifilm X System the kit is so much less than DSLR...

X100F v XPro2

I get asked quite a lot “what is best the X100F or the Xpro2 ?” I always find this an interesting question because I don’t quite know why I am being asked the question ! I dont think people want to know what...

Workshops Update

As quite a few people know  I am changing the format of my workshops in 2018 so if anyone wants to take part in the present format, please choose one of my Street Photography Workshops from the list below. This is the format for...

Photowalks 2017

Here we go again, another year of Photo Walks.  This year I will be leading four Fujiholics Photowalks. The Liverpool walk has already taken place but Bristol, Edinburgh and London are still up for grabs. I would like everyone to know that you...

Seattle, the Fuji X-Pro2, street photography, a chance encounter

“Is that a film camera?” That’s how it started, asked as I was taking a photo of a gentleman walking down the street by Pike Place Market. “Sort of”, I replied, showing him the photo that I just took on the back of the camera. “It’s the...

From Paris to Amsterdam

April has been a busy month so far! After teaching two consecutive workshops in Paris early in the month (a week-long workshop followed by a weekend), I had just enough time to fly back to the States to be home for a short week before it...