In this tutorial, FujiGuy Dale will give you a basic understanding of time-lapse photography using the Interval Timer option built into some of our Fujifilm X series cameras.
Dale works at Fujifilm UK HQ in the marketing department. He is an amatuer photographer & musician that loves to be creative and expand his own skills. With all that he learns he tries to give back to the creative community.
In this tutorial let me show you how you can easily change the feel of an image just by shooting from a different angle.
Dale gets all philosophical in this post about why photography is loved by all. Do you agree with his reasons? And If not, why do you love photography?
So how do I take better pictures? Great question, glad you asked! There are so many ways to take better pictures, but I would say the easiest way to improve is to read tutorials, watch tutorials and try all the techniques you see & learn to develop your skills. Think […]
In this tutorial I wanted to give you some of my favourite tips to get you started with landscape photography from the more obvious tips to some of the lesser known ones. I have not listed them in order of importance as I believe this is subjective, more so […]
Fujifilm UK’s Dale Young takes you through and explains one of the most fundamental framing techniques – the rule of thirds
With the sunlight beating through the window and falling across my work monitor I knew I had to take a camera out for a play. And I thought that this was the perfect excuse to really try out the SR+ AUTO mode on the X-A2 camera. To give some […]
We’re all very excited by the new Autofocus features that were announced last week for the X-T1, and that will also be present on the brand spanking new X-T10 digital camera announced this morning. After reading all about it, the first thing we wanted to do was go out […]
It was just one of those afternoons where you look out the window and notice that rare, special thing… a drop of sunshine – I knew that on my lunch break I would have to take my trusty X-T1 with me for a stroll. After admiring X-Photographer Doug Chinnery’s square […]