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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.
Camera makers usually speak about skin tones. People always debate whether Canon is the best in rendering skin tones, some say that Nikon is better in ambient lights,some consider Lieca to be the best. The problem here is that all camera makers target their sales for Asia, Europe and the US. This makes life a little bit harder for people in the Middle east, South America, India Africa and all the countries with darker skin tones, so all the revie...
Hi everyone! I hope this is okay to share. I'm selling my X-E2, because I've picked up an X100T that suites my needs a bit more. :) If anyone has any questions let me know! Have an awesome weekend! http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fujifilm-X-series-X-E2-16-3-MP-Digital-Camera-Black-Kit-w-XF-18-55mm-R-LM-OI-/331508741205?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4d2f75f455
Three decades ago, Steve McCurry took arguably the most iconic picture of all time. Yet even after all this time, the pre-eminent photographer brims with enthusiasm when he talks about "Afghan Girl."
Fuji released the Fuji 16-55 2.8, meaning it has a constant aperture of 2.8 at every focal length. Applying the 80/20 rule to lenses (20% of the input accounts for 80% of the output), you will probably use these focal lengths 80 to 90 % of the time, hence this is the kind of lens that can be classified “The only lens you’ll need”
Sometimes what keeps people from changing systems is not the cameras, it’s the lenses. If there is one lens I know that shooters will never let go of, it’s the Canon 70-200 2.8 (or Nikkor 70-200 2.8). Fuji already made the XT1 to dazzle amateurs and pros alike but now tries to win hearts by offering an alternative to the much beloved Canikon lens: The Fuji 50-140mm.
Today’s interview is going to focus with a quite famous photographer in the blogosphere, Marco Larousse, a street, fine art and documentary photographer as well as an official Fujifilm X-Photographer based in Hamburg, Germany. Some of you may know him for his Fuji X Files blog. The interview itself is going to focus on street photography in particular, but also on general technique and advice. Enjoy!
It’s the last day of AAOS 2015, and we’ve had a great time in Vegas! To close out the show, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc., and FUJIFILM SonoSite.Inc., presented their latest and most innovative digital radiography detectors, the FDR D-EVO II and their high-resolution ultrasound kiosk, the X-Porte®.