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Fuji X-Pro2 Goes to Cuba

Several months ago I signed up to take a photo workshop in Cuba led by the one and only Vincent Versace. After trading in my Leicas and deciding to …

Cuba

Understanding the Fujifilm GFX 50S and the Medium Format Mentality

It’s no secret: lots of photographers are drooling over the idea of shooting with the Fujifilm GFX 50S medium format camera. The idea of owning …

Pressuring Phase One (Trying to get compressed RAW support for Fuji Files)

Since I was kinda impressed by Capture One in previous blog posts (here and here). I have decided to pressure Phase One to develop support for …

The X-Pro2 Review: So… the shiny new X-Pro2…

Continuing the blog serialisation of my popular X-Pro1 lust/hate/love story:<p>Part Twenty Five: The X-Pro2 Review: So… the shiny new X-Pro2… Let’s take …

AFL

Today is mainly teapots: photographing ceramics with Fuji X system.

Clive Bowen is one the U.K’s most renowned and respected potters. He makes earthenware pots made from Devon red clay dug from the banks of the river …

New York City street photography

Over Thanksgiving break, I met fellow documentary wedding photography friend, Kevin Mullins to do some New York City street photography. He did his …

Street Photography

large scale printing with fuji xpro2

So... how big CAN you print with a small mirrorless camera ?<br>Lots of people will tell you that you must have a full frame DSLR to print big, or to get …

Overview of the Fuji XF 18-55mm Lens - The King of Kit Lenses

If you own a Fuji system or are considering a swap - check out our writer's thoughts on why the Fuji XF 18-55mm is the king of all kit lenses.

Photography

Fuji GFX 50S: Shooting Handheld with Medium Format Mirrorless

Fujifilm recently put its new GFX 50S medium format mirrorless camera in the hands of French photographer Philippe Marinig for a natural light photo …

Medium Format Fujifilm GFX Shutter Demo, or: What $8,000 Sounds Like

For one reason or another, us photo nerds are obsessed with shutters—whether it’s watching them fire in slow motion or listening to the hefty …

Dear Fujifilm, You are One Firmware Update Away from the Perfect Camera

Last year I bought a new Fuji X-Pro 1. I bought it as a camera to keep in my pocket, not really as a serious option, but I’ve loved it from the …

Why You Should Always Set the Profile in Lightroom Before You Start Editing

Now that I have used Lightroom for many years, processing photos from two different camera systems (Canon EOS and Fujifilm X-series), I have realized …

Fuji 23mm f2 Street Photography Review - Great Little Lens!

By onDecember 4, 2016 12<p>The new Fuji 23mm f2 is a fast and compact prime lens with a 35mm full frame equivalent field of view and blazing fast auto …

Fujifilm XF23mm F/2 overview (with video)

Share<p>Tweet<p>Shares 0<p>About the Author<br>• Latest Posts<p>Austris Antons<p>"From Riga - Latvia. A photographer doing what he likes the most!"<p>Visit author's …

Fuji X-T2 vs Fuji X-Pro2 - real world usability and ergonomics

<i>Updated: June, 2017</i><p><i>Fuji X-T2 with XF 10-24mm f/4 OIS at ISO 640</i><p><i>This comparison is based on X-T2 firmware 2.10 and X-Pro2 firmware 3.10 (June …

Sony and Canon suck? Why I left both (mostly) for Fuji.

I am one of those people who love to switch systems if it’s not working out for me.<p>A little history…<p><b>In the beginning there was Canon and it was …

Travel Photography - Fujifilm X-Pro 2 vs. Canon 5D Mark III

NEW GUEST POST FEATURE <br>Write Your Articles Directly On FujiRumors!<p><i>guest post by Andy Gawlowski – worldwidewax.ch – facebook – instagram</i><p>Travel …

Fujifilm X-Pro2 and The Lost Bayou Ramblers.

Fuji X-T2 Street Photography Review - It's Really That Good!