What to shoot?

I guess this is a pretty popular question. Especially after one gets  his hands on his dream camera and lens set-up. What to shoot?  Where to shoot? When to shoot? How to shoot? etc   This boils down to training one’s eyes to see....

Meet the X Stealth Shooter.

A long time ago when I was serving my national service at Basic Military Training, one of the lessons was the art of camouflaging. And I could still vividly remember that we were given five minutes to camouflage ourself. At the end of that...

Scott’s View

Scott's View is a viewpoint in the Scottish Borders, overlooking the valley of the River Tweed, just 3-miles from Melrose off the A68.   It is reputed to be one of the favourite views of Scotland's famous poet, playwright and novelist Sir Walter Scott, hence...

nothing to look at here

All images taken with the X-series cameras and lenses.   2017 © Olafphoto. All rights reserved.    ...

Fuji X100T – Six Months on.

s a follow up from my original post with the X100T Ive decided to do a bit of a catch up and go over some of the points which I've noticed while using this camera. So far I've shot over 12,000 frames with the X100T so it's got...

Calm before the Storm

Living on the Scottish coast provides a great variety in the weather. This evening the clouds were gathering to the south west as a new weather front came across East Lothian with the forecast predicting high winds and heavy rain. ...

2017 Sporting Challenges: At The Races

No8 Sophie Olivia jumps the last but one fence from home Fujifilm X-T2 + XF100-400mm f4.5/5.6 - 1/500 @ f5.6 ISO2000 (zoom 211mm)New Year Resolutions, we all have made them - get fit, lose weight, no alcohol for a month - but, like many others, I usually fall...

A Fujiholics Story – Rob Wood

Since buying an Fujifilm X100T in June 2016, I was instantly impressed with the small powerhouse of a camera. Not only with its performance but also on its sheer good looks and how it felt in the hands. Once getting familiar with it and its...