By applying psycho-analytical theories, X-Photographer Chris Weston tells you how to alter your perspective as a wild life photographer, to create images which truly captivate the viewer.
FUJIFILM X-T2 user Sathya Parthasarathi recently traveled to capture the magic of Morocco – read how he got on!
Usually opting for wide-angle close ups with the XF16mmF1.4, X-Photographer Ben Cherry shares some beautiful close up wintry shots and his thoughts on the XF80mmF2.8 macro lens.
“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.
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!
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.
X-Photographer Jeff Carter gives his guide to capturing great sports images with the FUJIFILM X Series without the need for a media pass – in this blog Jeff gives you all his top tips for photographing horse racing.