Find out exactly why our Fujifilm X-Photographers love the XF56mm lens..
Find out why the X-Photographers love the XF50-140mm lens for so many different styles of photography.
Takashi Ueno is a senior product planner for the X Series of digital cameras. In this interview he explains why Fujifilm chose to focus on APS-C sized sensors when they began their journey into making mirrorless cameras
Beautiful locations? Not essential. Golden hour? any time is good. prime lenses? zooms are fine. Meet X-Photographer, Pete Bridgwood who will make you think again about how you take landscape photographs For decades, the debate has raged as to whether photography is art. For most, the crux of […]
Tell us about yourself and what got you into photography? How did you develop your style in photography? Hey hey, I shoot weddings and travel – I am a creative, contemporary wedding story teller and London is home for the time being. I became a photographer by accident; […]
Tell us about yourself and what got you into photography? How did you develop your style in photography? I was really into photography as a teenager – I remember saving up to buy my first SLR camera and two kit lenses from Dixons! I won’t mention brands but […]
We get a lot of love for our Fujinon XF lenses and it’s hardly a surprise; we’ve been making them for a long time! We’ve created a short series of videos to help you understand the history of Fujinon and the heritage of our XF lenses, Episode 1 […]
Issue 9 of the Fujifilm X Magazine is now available to view online, or download to your mobile or tablet via the Android or Apple app. In this issue check out the brilliant fine art landscape work of Pete Bridgwood and Bruno Morandi’s colourful Lisbon cityscapes. If you’re […]
by Chris Upton Cuba, the largest island in the Caribbean is a stunning and diverse location. The noise, hustle and bustle of Havana, teeming with brightly coloured vintage American cars contrasts with the quiet verdant plantations and gorgeous beaches. The wonderful Spanish architecture is at odds with the […]