Some of the greatest impressionist painters, including Monet, Renoir and Degas blurred the lines between subject and detail to communicate feeling and mood in their art. Chris Upton explains how you can do the same in modern photography, using Intentional Camera Movement.
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Chasing after that ethereal golden hour sunrise but not a fan of the early starts? X-Photographer Mark Gilligan tried out wild camping to rise with the sun. Here’s how he got on.
As a motorsport photographer, Jeff Carter enjoys shooting fast cars. As well as being found track side, Jeff regularly shoots for clients on more accessible public roads. In this article he shares his tips and tricks for those wanting to get in to car photography.
Believing wedding photographers should always have enough kit to cover all lighting scenarios and enough back-up equipment to continue shooting throughout the day and evening, Marianne Chua takes us through what’s in her kitbag!
X-Photographer Jeff Carter gives his guide to capturing great sports images with the FUJIFILM X Series without the need for a media pass – in this final blog in the series Jeff gives you all his top tips for photographing cricket.
X-Photographer Jamie Stoker is a freelance portrait and fashion photographer. In this article he gives us an insight into how he works as a professional photographer with the FUJIFILM GFX 50S.
Want to learn how to capture those dramatic sunbeams, starbursts or beautiful back-lit scenes? X-Photographer Chris Upton has some very useful advice!
Wedding photography is becoming an increasingly competitive market, and it can be tough making sure you stand out from the crowd. Wedding photographer and ‘funtojournalist’, Marianne Chua’s has some excellent advice on how to become a unique photographer.
We asked X-Photographers Kevin Mullins and Jeff Carter to tell you more about the newly released FUJIFILM X-T2 firmware version 4.0 and explain how they’ve been using the new features.