AERIALS – FOCUS ON THE WORLD WITH FUJIFILM X-SERIES

As a pilot-photographer, I’m privileged to see the world from above, on an almost daily basis. Since the early days of aviation, the view from above has fascinated people all over the world but we tend to forget that a large portion of them has...

FUJIFILM X-H1 – FIRST LOOK BY A PHOTOGRAPHER

On February 15, 2018, Fujifilm announced the X-H1; a brand-new "Hybrid" still/video camera which is without a doubt the most versatile of all X-series cameras. I didn't have the time to do a full First look review on the day of the announcement, as I was away...

Pic(k) of the week 8: THE RED DOOR AND THE COW – VARANASI, INDIA

After attending Vineet Vohra's "How to Street" workshop as part of the Xposure photo-festival in Sharjah last November, I knew I had to go to Varanasi, India. Vineet, like many other Indian Street Photographers, has done a lot of great work in Varanasi, the Northeastern city along the...

Fujifilm XF 80mm f/2.8 macro review – Closer to completion

Sometimes you just experience something that exceeds all your expectations in every possible aspect. The new Fujinon XF 80mm f/2.8 R LM WR OIS Macro is exactly one of those experiences. I still can’t believe just how good and versatile this lens is. This is...

Springtime at 50 megapixels

GFX 120mm F10 1/280 ISO400 By Ben Cherry I first moved to the X Series four years ago because I was carrying too much equipment on trips and I wanted to switch to a smaller, lighter alternative. Now with X-T2s and the superb range...

Friday Image No.125

Bamburgh at sunrise. Fuji XT2, 16-55mm (at 16mm) Fujinon lens. ISO200, f/13.0 for 1″. 0.6ND Graduated Filter. I know this view has been shot a million times but I still love it. There is something quite magical about standing on a beach, in front of a...