You may notice camera lenses are described by one or two numbers, most often in millimetres, like 14mm or 18-55mm. As a new photographer, you may have no idea what these figures mean because photo websites and product descriptions often list them without explanation. These numbers are essential […]
By Braden Gunem I like to travel alone. Partners and friends are great, but they can also hold you back from really experiencing a culture deeply. Solo travel allows you a freedom and adventure rarely achievable for those rushing back home for dinner. So when a group of […]
By Nicole S. Young One of the most common questions I receive from new photographers is which lens to use when photographing food. When choosing gear there is never a correct choice; it all boils down to the type and size of the food, your workspace and setup, the style […]
Find out from Professional Motorsport and Fujifilm X-Photographer John Rourke why size doesn’t matter when it comes to lens choice.
Experience the glory of Cuba with X Series as X-Photographer Daniel Malikyar’s recent trip to Cuba came to an end.
Roger continues his most-used-lenses experiment looking this time at his zoom collection. Which one is his go-to lens?..
Do you know which prime lenses you use more than any others? Here’s a simple method to find out..
Explore the Pacific Northwest with Daniel Malikyar, epic adventurer, thrill-seeker, and avid X Series photographer. Learn how his X-T1 helps him create landscape imagery at new heights!
X-Photographer Jeff Carter shows with just four zooms and a 1.4x converter the Fujinon lens line up now ranges 10mm to 560mm or 15mm to 840mm in full frame terms.