Professional press photographer Rachel Megawhat tries the X-Pro2 in action – find out how she got on in this review.
Need inspiration? X-Photographer Chris Upton has plenty to give here with his story into the Fujifilm X system along with his tips & tricks for better photos.
What started as a project by Chris Upton to create a record of a local coal pit prior to its closure, soon turned into recording a piece of history and a feeling of responsibility to represent the life and work of the mining community.
The trip of a lifetime for X-T1 user Gary Collyer delivers some truly memorable images A photographic enthusiast for many years, Gary Collyer got more serious six years ago and started going on ‘urban safaris’ to shoot candid and street images. His switch to Fujifilm came two years […]
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 […]
Here’s a quick, hopefully informative snippet as to why you might choose one focal length over another, and why. The idea for this blog came about when I was asked recently “Why don’t you just zoom-out to get the person in the frame?”. This is a very good question […]
I’m so lucky. I have one of those jobs where I get to speak to creative people on a daily basis, share ideas, see amazing images all the time. It can be quite overwhelming, inspiring visions springing out of nowhere, ideas being converted from the written word to […]
For those who don’t know, Aspire Photography are based in the Lake District. Set amongst the beautiful and dramatic landscape, along a windy road and built within converted stable yard, you have to walk over an old cattle grid to enter. This may not sound like a very […]