Humanitarian photographer, Sebastian Rich, was invited to capture the official 74th birthday portrait of Prince Michael of Kent at Kensington Palace. With the discreet shutter of the FUJIFILM X-T2, the shy Prince was made to feel at ease being photographed.
Photographer Felix AAA has spent the past ten years touring the world with a variety of musicians, getting up close and personal with the artists to capture intimate, unseen, behind the scenes shots. In this article, he talks about some of his favourite images, and his experiences behind how he took them.
Steven Hanna is fortunate enough to live close to the beautiful Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland. Spending a lot of time shooting by the sea, he is well experienced to share a few tips to help you get the best from your seascapes.
Wedding photographer and FUJIFILM X-T2 user, Kristian Leven, has been capturing the Bride & Groom’s special days for seven years. Taking photos unobtrusively rather than coordinating staged portraits, Leven gives you his top tips in capturing real emotion on the day.
Photographer, Adam Bonn, author of “MY LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE FUJIFILM X-PRO1”, has over 17 years’ experience shooting with Fujifilm. In this interview he tells us how he got in to photography, and why he loves his newest addition to his Fujifilm family; the X-Pro2.
X-Photographer Ben Cherry usually uses the FUJIFILM X-T2 for his wildlife photography. In this article he talks about using the GFX 50S for the first time.
Mark Bauer recently visited the captivating Italian lakes. Armed with a GFX 50S he captured some stunning images. In this article he talks about his experience with medium format, and how the GFX was the perfect companion for his trip.
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 talks water ski and wakeboarding.
Architectural photographer Felix Mooneeram shares his favourite X Series lenses, top tips and post-processing techniques.