In our daily lives we has become accustomed to looking down at our smartphones, that we looking up is quite uncommon practice. And when I say up I don’t mean looking up in the sky to spot a plane or superman I mean looking vertically above our head 90 degrees. So when photographing its often a perspective you can neglect… Continue reading "Always Remember to Look Up"
People often ask me why Lightroom isn’t very good at sharpening the .RAF raw files from Fuji X series cameras. My response has always been that in my workflow, I don’t have a problem with Lightroom at all, but I decided to put it to the test against NIK Software’s Sharpener Pro 3 and see what the differences were.
Greg Whitton is an award-winning landscape, adventure and travel photographer, specialising in outdoor and mountain imagery from across the United Kingdom and beyond. Most recently Greg was awarded the ‘Light on the Land’ category win and the Overall win to become ‘Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2014’. Listen to this interview with Greg to learn what fuels his passion and what… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep. 026 – Greg Whitton"
Did you ever wonder how some photographers create amazing images of night skies and the Milky Way? Here is your chance to find out, by listening to our interview with Ian Norman. Ian is a full time traveler, photographer and entrepreneur. In February 2013, he called it quits on his 9-to-5 to pursue a self-directed career in photography. He started… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep. 025 – Ian Norman"
Andrew S. Gibson‘s interest in photography began when his parents bought him a Ricoh KR-10m camera over 20 years ago. Since that day he progressed from colour negative to slide and black and white film and finally to digital, when he bought my first digital SLR, an EOS 350D, in 2006. He used Canon EOS cameras for many years, and now his main… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep 024 – Andrew S. Gibson"
Fujifilm are famous for releasing firmware updates for their cameras that improve functionality, and often add new functions too. The X-T1 is the latest to receive an update. This one is Firmware Version 4.0, and for many the improvements have been welcomed with open arms. But, like more or less everything that gets released these days for every happy camper… Continue reading "Are You Disappointed with Firmware 4.0 for The Fuji X-T1?"
Complete with a lightweight but sturdy body, the less expensive Fujifilm X-T10 is equipped with the same sensor as the original Fujifilm X-T1 and is compatible with 18 Fujinon interchangeable lenses. However, inside is a new AF system, offering the conventional 49-point Single Point mode for high speed and precision, as well as new Zone and Wide/Tracking modes that use… Continue reading "Fujifilm X-T10 – Smaller Still"
Karen Hutton is a photographer, educator, visual artist, voiceover artist, show host, figure skater, horse trainer, social media personality and many other things bundled up in a personality that is both cheerful and thoughtful. We had a great time chatting with Karen about her love of photography and the reasons behind her choice of equipment in this latest episode of The… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep. 021 – Karen Hutton"
Dan Bailey is full time adventure, travel and location photographer based off Anchorage, Alaska. We asked him about his decision to switch from Nikon to Fuji for all his professional work and found out some truly interesting things about what makes such a system compelling for someone who leads a very active lifestyle. Listen to the interview in this latest… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep 020 – Dan Bailey"
I remember being one of the first to hear about the Micro 4/3 mirrorless camera technology in 2008 when another editor returned from a confidential press trip to Japan with Panasonic. He informed us about the mirrorless technology, and was excited about what it meant for photographers. Although it wasn’t the first mirrorless camera in existence (Epson R-D1 and the… Continue reading "Why the Mirrorless Camera Revolution Matters"