I love portraits. Portraits fascinate me more than anything else. That was the main reason why I entered photography – to make beautiful portraits. This is what Fujifilm lets me do, and that is what I love about the Fujifilm X100 camera.
A few weeks ago, Fujifilm introduced Fujifilm X100 V to the camera market, but I could not write about it. This was my first assignment for Fujifilm, and I was very excited to do this.
Continue reading “Fujifilm X100V and Street Photography “Streetwise” Here is it”
My first Fujifilm X camera was X100F. For a whole year, I was carrying it everywhere. I absolutely loved the images I was getting with it. The built-in 23mm F2 lens gave me the necessary limitations so I can concentrate on my photography. Still, as time was moving on, I felt that more often than not, I found myself cropping into the images quite a lot. After a year with the X100F, the 23mm lens became either not wide enough or wasn’t providing me with enough reach. Continue reading “Fujifilm X-E3 – A Compact, Very Capable, and Pretty Handsome Camera”
I’ve been playing around with my Fujifilm X100F as my walkaround camera for a year, and my main workhorse Sony A7S2 was spending more and more time on a shelf, being pulled out only for paid videography gigs. Continue reading “Fujifilm X-T3 – a Noticeable Upgrade in X-T line”
In the photographic community, the words ‘kit lens’ often carries a negative meaning of something created as an afterthought. A temporary solution that will produce mediocre results at best. Despite being labeled as ‘kit lens,’ Fujinon XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS is the exact opposite of mediocrity. Continue reading “Fujinon XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 – Probably The Best Kit Lens That You’ll ever use”
I picked up photography as a hobby in 2006. As the years went by, I grew tired of shooting clunky DSLRs. At that point, it had become such a chore to come back from your vacation, dump your RAWs into PC, load them into Lightroom and spend a couple of days going through, correcting the images, applying presets. So I started shooting less and less. Continue reading “How Fujifilm X100F Made Me Fall In Love With Photography… Again!”
For a long time, the APS-C sensor cameras were treated like younger siblings to full-frame cameras. Quite often for your APS-C camera, you had to buy prime lenses that were originally designed for full-frame sensors. So, if you would like to have a 50mm equivalent lens on your body you had to purchase a 35mm full-frame lens. The problem is, that optically they are designed to be 35mm lenses, so as a result, you would not get a “real” 50mm equivalent. The same applies to the zoom lenses. And I won’t even go into the choice of macro lenses! Continue reading “Fujifilm XF16-55 F2.8 Zoom Lens Review – This Lens is Sharp”
Although most Fujifilm X-line lenses have earned high praise for their build quality, exceptional optical performance, and color accuracy, there is one lens that is unanimously considered as one of the best lenses Fujifilm has ever produced. The name of the legend is Fujinon XF16mm F1.4. Continue reading “Believe The Hype – Fujinon XF16mm F1.4 Is The King of Wide-Angle Prime Lenses”
One of the greatest advantages of mirrorless cameras is their size and weight which makes them perfect for traveling and EDC. Long gone are the times when to get high-quality vacation pictures you had to carry around a big, clunky DSLR. Following is the list of Fujifilm lenses that are perfect for traveling. Continue reading “Best Travel Lenses for FUJIFILM Mirrorless Camera”
On Tuesday, Feb. 4, Japan’s Fujifilm announced its latest X series camera — compact X100V. This is already the fifth model in the popular range OF X100 models, and this time it has benefited from significant updates and improvements. Continue reading “New Sweetness for Photo Gourmet – Fujifilm X100V”