IN FOCUS is a new series of articles where we will be asking some of the UK X-Photographers to give us advice, provide insight into their photography and share some of their favourite images of all time. In this blog post, they tell us what we should be doing to help improve our photography.
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When traveling and visiting new places, it’s tempting to take all your photography kit. X-Photographer Jeff Carter explains how he prioritised his Fujifilm kit to travel lighter on a recent trip to Mexico.
X-Photographer Ben Cherry explains how to put the WILD back in wildlife photography!
Photographer Oliver Wheeldon normally shoots adventurous landscapes with the X-T1. In this article he tries the FUJIFILM X-T2 on location in Cornwall and gives us his feedback, along with his top tips on how to engage with the beauty of the natural world.
Getting to grips with how you can shape light and how your camera can control light, is one of the stepping stones to unlocking more of your skill as a photographer. X-Photographer Dave Kai-Piper provides 10 tips on how to up your portrait game using lighting.
In this second and final article about a recent trip to Japan, X-Photographer Chris Weston takes a more mindful approach to photography, producing some stunningly artistic, unplanned shots of swans at Lake Kussharo.
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 blog Jeff gives you all his top tips for photographing mountain bike racing.
Photographer Craig Whitehead has been using FUJIFILM X Series for his street photography for many years, most recently having purchased the X100F. In this interview he talks about his experience with the X Series and shares some of his images from the X-T1, X-Pro1, X-Pro2 and X100F.
Fashion photographer Alexander Bather talks about finding his photography style by re-imagining historic style influences using the X-Pro2.