Monday, February 17, 2020

Fuji X-T2: Of herons, eels and humans


The wildlife photographer’s lot is waiting for the decisive moment. David set out to the River Dee with hope and was not disappointed when he met a compliant heron….

Fuji X-H1: What is image stabilisaton and how does it work?


Why is in-body and in-lens stabilisation becoming a must-have feature on mirrorless cameras?

Fuji X-T2 and the Gannets of Muriwai Beach


David took his Fuji X-T2 and 50-140mm f/2.8 Fujinon to shoot some gannets in New Zealand.....

A little light reading for the keen photographer


Click, click, click. It’s easy peasy these days to take that photograph. But the process is a lot more complicated than we imagine. David undertakes a light-hearted food-for-thought experiment and we may end up just a little wiser…..

Fuji X: Two years after moving from the world of DSLR


Two years ago David sold all his Canon DSLR gear and plunged into the all-new Fuji X world. How has he fared after two years of mirrorless photography?

Fuji’s top 13 lenses — and a surefire prime for the bag


Buying into the Fuji X system for the first time? Here's a guide to the top 13 lenses you should consider — and a tip for one lens that will delight, the 56mm f/1.2

Fuji X-Pro and X-T at the Dublin Zoo: It’s the humans who are being...


William pays a visit to Dublin Zoo. But he discovers it's the humans who are in the zoo; the animals just like watching us....

Fuji X-Pro 2: Development of an unhealthy fondness


Pimping up your favourite camera can become a bit of a passion. And the Fujifilm X-Pro 2 is as good a canvas for painting your dream camera as any.....

Fujifilm X Raw Studio review


David tries out Fujifilm's new X Raw Studio software and finds it suits his style.....

Fuji Mojo: Street photography for introverts


OK, you're no Bruce Gilden, comfortable with the in-your-face street photography genre. Perhaps you feel you are a bit introverted and wonder where to start. David has trodden the cobbles and has a few tips for you.