A trip to Iceland never fails to provide interesting shots as Landscape photographer Mark Bauer demonstrates in this article, sharing some of his stunning shots captured on the medium format Fujifilm GFX.
Being a London local, Oliver Wheeldon was extremely excited when the Lumiere Light Festival, a show of over fifty artistic light installations, came to town. Not only was Oliver able to capture some stunning shots of the lights transforming the city at night, he was also able to push the X-T20’s high ISO capabilities to the limit to capture the city streets after dark.
In order to create long exposures you need to practice and perfect your technique. Dawn Black shares some considerations to take on board when setting up long exposure shots.
“Is it worth me buying any prime lenses for landscapes? I have read that a zoom will do all I need?” A question X-Photographer Mark Gilligan is often asked, but what is his answer?
Usually opting for the FUJIFILM XF50-140mmF2.8 lens, Felix Mooneeram discovers a different side to his home city of Manchester, shooting abstract architecture using the XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 lens.
Creating beautiful landscape images, which invite the viewer to become immersed in the scene, can be tricky. X-Photographer Mark Gilligan gives us his advice on how to get the best from your landscape photography by focusing on your composition.
When I was asked to write a camera review of the new GFX 50S, my mind quickly went to all the gushing camera reviews all over magazines and the Internet. These are not so much reviews as they are statements of brand fandom and long lists of technical […]
Giuseppe Foti is a Fine Art and Landscape photographer based in York UK, who constantly travels the world in search of his next photo opportunity. His aesthetic is based on his love for simplicity, minimalism and beauty. Find out whether it was love at first sight for Giuseppe in Venice, Italy with the FUJIFILM GFX 50S.
The most popular question X-Photographer Mark Gilligan is asked is “what lens do I need?”. In this blog Mark compares wide vs tele lenses for landscape photography.