Find out why the X-Photographers love the XF50-140mm lens for so many different styles of photography.
X-Photographer Ben Cherry shows us how he captures Macaws in flight using flash.
See how X-Photographer Ben Cherry utilises the Fujifilm extension tubes to capture stunning images with the XF50-140mm & XF56mm lenses.
Take a trip to Uganda through Peter Delaney’s XF50-140mm lens to see the Ugandan Chimpanzees and Gorillas in their natural habitat.
By Danny Fernandez As I took the final few steps and reached the peak of the hill, the Himalayas came into full view for the first time, and left me speechless. But let’s begin the story several hours earlier. I had been staying in Dharamkot, in the foothills […]
For four days we were lucky enough to get very close to this elusive species. Pygmy elephants are endemic to the island of Borneo, famous for their slightly smaller size, they are endangered with a population of roughly 1,500 left in the wild. This species is increasingly vulnerable […]
I have been lucky enough to be using a prototype of the XF16mm F1.4 since March and I have to say it is brilliant. I wasn’t entirely sure what I’d end up using it for, but as it turns out it is an extremely flexible lens and helped […]
by Simon Weir This February I was once again in Yellowstone National Park running MagicIs photographic workshops with some really extraordinary people. Over the two weeks I learned a little about nuclear physics, banking, metallurgy, reconstructive surgery, hitech roof construction, information technology, farming and how a 12 year […]
This story started out with a glance at the forecast the night before. With heavy fog and cold, mirky conditions on the table I had to at least try and get out in the early hours and capture these often photogenic conditions. Though Curbar Edge is very convenient for me to get to in the Peak District, I was beginning to feel like a one trick pony so decided to head over to a hill called Higgar Tor, which has lots of beautiful rock formations and a great view. Thankfully the main roads were well gritted and there is a car park very close to the hillside so my journey to the top of the hill was pretty straight forward, which is just as well as I arrived just the sun had come up, above the horizon… Funnily enough, there was hardly any fog and the sky was quickly clearing and it was turning into quite a spectacle.