Today is a day you most likely have been waiting for – a huge release of updates to a range of X Series cameras and lenses.
by Jay Blum Photographic style and foundation My style of photography is social and intimately in your face. I’m not sure if it’s because I don’t feel close enough with my 18mm f2 lens. My goal is to capture your alter ego raging or to strip you of […]
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 […]
By Mick Servodio — Ok. Let me start by saying: that this is not another fanboy drooling over his Fujifilm gear. I won’t be talking Tech in this Post. I will be talking from the heart. About me, my experiences. I know you know about the cameras (those […]
Why choose the X-Series? Read our guest blog by Martin Castein to find out. About Martin Martin has achieved 18 gold awards at SWPP (Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers) which is one of the largest international photography organizations in the world. Is the 2013 SWPP architectural photographer of the […]
A classic camera in a classic location – see why the X-E1 and the French capital make the perfect combination “I love the beauty and elegance in Paris: the architecture, the open spaces and the people. But it’s the small details that I like as much as the famous […]
By Simon Weir I started 2014 leading a workshop in Yellowstone National Park for Chris Weston‘s safari company “Magic Is” – I am now working regularly with them as a group leader and instructor. Yellowstone in winter turned out to be an IR photographers paradise and my IR […]