By applying psycho-analytical theories, X-Photographer Chris Weston tells you how to alter your perspective as a wild life photographer, to create images which truly captivate the viewer.
Professional wildlife photographer and X-Photographer Chris Weston is no stranger to shooting in challenging situations. Having recently taken the new FUJIFILM X-H1 to the south of France to capture the stunning Camargue horses, Chris gives us his verdict on the latest addition to the X Series.
X-Photographer Ben Cherry explains how to put the WILD back in wildlife photography!
In this second and final article about a recent trip to Japan, X-Photographer Chris Weston takes a more mindful approach to photography, producing some stunningly artistic, unplanned shots of swans at Lake Kussharo.
After falling in love with Japan and its culture, X-Photographer Chris Weston visited Jidokudani Yaen-Koen, a reserve for wild Japanese macaques, to capture the diverse emotions of these animals and to tell his story through the power of photography.
X-Photographer Chris Weston combines the magnification power of his telephoto lenses with the X-T2’s Panoramic Drive Mode to reveal a unique perspective on the wildlife of Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest.
Struggling to catch the near-perfect wildlife shots you have seen in top magazines and exhibits? Now that camera technology has become more accessible, many people are branching out into nature. Wildlife photography isn’t for the faint of heart, however, and plenty of professionals and enthusiasts alike encounter challenges. […]
Part 2 of X-Photographer Ben Cherry’s adventure and challenge to help document The Flight of the Swans expedition, where Sacha Dench paramotors from Arctic Russia back to the UK bringing awareness to the decline of the Bewick’s swans.
Take a trip to Uganda through Peter Delaney’s XF50-140mm lens to see the Ugandan Chimpanzees and Gorillas in their natural habitat.