X-Photographer Jamie Stoker is a freelance portrait and fashion photographer. In this article he gives us an insight into how he works as a professional photographer with the FUJIFILM GFX 50S.
We asked X-Photographers Kevin Mullins and Jeff Carter to tell you more about the newly released FUJIFILM X-T2 firmware version 4.0 and explain how they’ve been using the new features.
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.
Shooting with the X Series since its inception in 2011, X-Photographer Kevin Mullins talks about his journey from the original X100 to the GFX 50S.
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.
Professional wildlife photographer and X-Photographer Chris Weston is no stranger to shooting in challenging situations. Having recently taken the new FUJIFILM X-H1 to the south of France to capture the stunning Camargue horses, Chris gives us his verdict on the latest addition to the X Series.
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 […]
by Mark Condon As the founder of Shotkit, I’m in the fortunate position to have access to virtually any photography related product. Being a huge fan of the Fujifilm X Series cameras and lenses, I’ve handled every camera and lens in the line up. Fujifilm X100F – 1/160 […]
When it comes to cooking up successful food photography, selecting the right ingredients is an important part of the process. Thankfully, there are loads of ways to photograph food!