Commercial and editorial photographer James Bellorini is no stranger to portrait photography and has captured many faces on camera but how does he ensure that he always captures the true personality of his subject behind the lens?
As the sunsets and the moonrises, the approach for a good photo shifts. Low light photography requires you to think differently to compensate for the lack of available light and colour. But when you know how to use low light as an advantage, it opens up a new […]
Experience light and photography as art in a whole new way with Adrian Murray. Learn why Adrian chooses X Series over full-frame options to capture his moments.
Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2014 winner Greg Whitton is the latest Fujifilm X Photographer to be featured in our Spotlight series.
Let us take you through one of the most fundamental and useful framing techniques used in photography – the Rule of Thirds
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’m from Belgium and recently when I turned forty, I realised I’ve been a professional photographer for ten years now. I shoot quite a wide range of subjects but it’s almost […]
Tell us about yourself and what got you into photography? Like many children I was given a Kodak Brownie, when I was around seven or eight years old, I think, and I happily cut off peoples heads and sloped my horizons burning through film at an alarming rate. […]
An emphasis on detail, texture and pattern is what makes macro photography so complex and unique. If done properly, macro photography can give you mind-blowing results. In this article, let’s go through a few tips which will greatly improve your macro photography skills and help you take dramatic […]