Can you tell us a bit about yourself and where are you from? I’m a Kiwi who has been living in Melbourne now for eight years. I’m a keen cyclist and spend a lot of time riding or racing. Photography gives me a creative outlet that adds […]
Architectural photographer Felix Mooneeram shares his favourite X Series lenses, top tips and post-processing techniques.
Through a photographer’s eye is the first in a series of interviews featuring Australian photographers. In each interview, we learn about the person behind the camera and how they use Fujifilm X Series cameras to photograph the world around them. Our eighth interview is with Sydney based photographer, […]
X-Photographer Chris Upton explains how best to capture the beauty of spring’s woodland bluebells.
By Stefano Ferro I have been running a travel photography website for few years. In conjunction, I also run some workshops and commonly receive many photography questions; however, there is one which comes up frequently: What is your favourite camera for travelling today? Fair enough, people want to […]
Some images are larger than life. Macro photography, at its most technical definition, involves capturing something bigger in your frame than it appears in reality. Think of a tiny bug filling a large print, for instance. But used loosely, macro photography describes anything close to a 1:1 ratio […]
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 first blog Jeff talks about shooting a canoe slalom.
Through a photographer’s eye is the first in a series of interviews featuring Australian photographers. In each interview, we learn about the person behind the camera and how they use Fujifilm X Series cameras to photograph the world around them. Our seventh interview is with Melbourne based photographer […]
Photographer Rachel Megawhat debuts her first solo exhibition at the Herrick Gallery in London’s stylish Mayfair. Read how her first gallery feature came about here.