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The signal to abandon the Kaizen philosophy is one thing but we recently picked up more news from Fuji that makes us a little bit concerned. There is a lot of talk about improvements in video and delays in the development of the highly anticipated Fuji X-Pro2. In regard to video, please don’t bother; we are not at all interested. In fact, the majority of photographers we know who shoot X-series are not interested either. There is still a need for...
One of the most popular lenses among DSLR photographers is the 24-70mm f/2.8. It’s a lens praised for its versatility due to its fast aperture and useful focal range, and these attributes make it a decent tool for everything from portraits to landscapes.
The method I described, on shooting with the Fuji X-Pro1 in Part I, didn’t emerge from a vacuum. It’s closely based on how I learned to shoot with a Leica M rangefinder, over three decades.
What links the portraits in this article? The figures here are very different: a young Burmese girl elaborately encased in metal-hoop adornments, from a century before Paco Rabanne launched his radical metal couture; a Wigan mining girl of the 1860s with the paraphernalia of her trade, a prototype of Irving Penn’s Small Trades series; Oscar Wilde in the precious costume affected by aesthetes of the fin de siècle; a trio of young Germans photograp...
Even Fuji would admit that their system is not built for motorsport, but if you don't try you will never succeed. Instead of throwing money at a 'conventional' system for my motorsport needs I really want to get to grips with Fuji and find out exactly what is possible. So my X-T1, 23mm 1.4, 56mm 1.2 and crucially the 50-140mm 2.8 came along with me.
Since that shoot I’ve completed around 50 model shoots, 5 weddings, a few football matches, family events too numerous to mention, around 10 lighting workshops and one trip to London shooting street photography and buildings. Basically, I’ve shot every week of the past year and loved almost every minute.