Tony Phillips is an author, photographer, pilot, teacher, and lecturer, and has a long-standing passion for photography. To date he has 8 published books on photography. Four on Fujifilm X cameras and lighting. All are available on the following website. He is recommended by MirrorLessons as one of […]
When photographing different events under extreme lighting conditions it is good practice to understand how your camera works before the start date. The Fujifilm X-Pro2 is new on the market and therefore learning the advantages of the Advanced Multi-Hybrid Viewfinder is essential to great imaging success. Many new […]
Is the XF16-55mm lens worth buying over the XF18-55mm? Professional travel photographer Chris Upton finds out..
Want To Take Great Holiday Pictures Without Any Faff? Then You NEED To Read This..
Being a small camera, the Fujifilm X70 has been designed to be the everyday carry around for photographers who enjoy quality without the need for carrying heavy equipment. The general design of the camera follows X Series heritage, but with a few added bonuses that are sure to […]
X-Photographer Tony Woolliscroft trys out the new XF100-400mm lens on none other than Bruce Springsteen! Find out how he got on..
By David Anderson Maybe I’m an old dog, but the must choose sides thing in the DSLR vs. mirrorless debate, in my cantankerous opinion, is pointless, manifestly boring and would only be cool if you gave me popcorn and the opposing sides guns. I like DSLR’s and think […]
Fujifilm Australia is thrilled to introduce our June 2016 X-Thusiast Featured Photographer: Michael DeBeen. Hailing from Geelong, Victoria, Michael is a horologist, calligrapher and gifted photographer with a penchant for exploring the great outdoors. In this month’s Q&A, Michael shares how he uses the science of photography to […]
Beat camera shake using nothing more than a piece of string and a tripod quick release plate. This really works – see the last images for proof!