Find out why 2x Olympic gold medalist Pete Reed switched from a D-SLR system to the Fujifilm mirrorless cameras to capture his precious memories.
X-Photographer Pete Bridgwood talks about the new X-Pro2 and how it has helped him translate the emotional experience of a landscape into his finished prints.
Recently we were lucky enough to spend some time with four professional motorsport photographers at the 6 Hours of Fuji event at the Fuji Speedway in Japan. All four of these guys have been shooting with Fujifilm X series cameras and lenses as their main systems for a […]
Watch these short videos and find out why these three X-Photographers made the switch to the Fujifilm X system.
Over the last few years, Fujifilm has invited professional photographers from around the world to meet with the product planning and R&D teams to discuss current and future products. Names you may or may not have heard of such as Zack Arias, David Hobby, Bert Stephani, Kevin Mullins, Gianluca […]
Takashi Ueno is a senior product planner for the X Series of digital cameras. In this interview he explains why Fujifilm chose to focus on APS-C sized sensors when they began their journey into making mirrorless cameras
The best thing about the CP+ show last month was getting access to people I wouldn’t normally have access to. One individual I was particularly excited about meeting and interviewing was Mr Soga – the man behind arguably the best part of the Fujifilm X system – the lenses. […]
How did the shoot come about? The shoot with Jimmy White came about through a long running association I have with a media company in Liverpool that specialises in sport personalities biographies – basically I shoot the book covers for them. It’s a collaborative thing on some of the shoots […]
Dave started as a full time professional photographer in 1993 using a medium format Bronica. He made the switch to digital in 2005 using Fujifilm S2 and S3 cameras. From 2008 he’s been using Nikon D300’s and D700’s. Dave and his wife Janice now specialise in weddings (40-50 per year), […]