Photographer

Fine Art Portraiture with the Fuji X Series – An Interview |
Bill Gekas

Welcome to our series of 100 interviews we will be holding with photographers who use mirrorless cameras for their work! “Switching to a smaller and lighter system” has become somewhat a buzz phrase as of late, but many working photographers take this philosophy seriously. From medical reasons such as resolving back and shoulder pain to the simple realisation that bigger does not mean better, photographers are turning to mirrorless systems now more than ever before. This week’s interview is with Bill Gekas, a self-taught portrait photographer from Melbourne who rose to fame with his fine art portraits of his daughter Athena. Originally a Pentax user, he switched to the Fujifilm X series for his work last year, investing first in the X100s and then in the X-E1 and X-T1. His photographs have been featured in various publications and media outlets including BBC, NBC Today, ABC News, Daily Mail and others…….

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Fuji X-T1

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Interview with Street Photographer Rinzi Ruiz |
Street Photography London

Firstly, thanks for having me on Street Photography London. My name is Rinzi Ruiz and I am a photographer from Glendale, California near downtown LA. My previous profession was in graphic design but then I became interested in and very passionate about photography about 7 years ago. I found street photography while I was researching and it really appealed to me. It combined two things I like to do, explore and take pictures. I learned a lot through street photography and through the community I have been blessed to have met awesome people and visited amazing places. I’ve been working as a freelance photographer for the last few years and I am having a lot of fun……

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Fuji X-T1

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Inspiration: Thomas Menk | Fuji vs. Fuji

As a reader of this site, you almost certainly already know Thomas Menk as the hardest working guy in Fuji curation. Lately, I’ve been enjoying the appearance his work as a photographer in my Twitter feed even more. While I’ve always enjoyed Thomas’ photography, I really like the the images he’s been posting from a recent workshop in Venice. The processing is sublime. There’s a feel to them that I haven’t seen from him before that stops me from scrolling, and compells me to just enjoy the image…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16mm F1.4

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FUJI X-SYSTEMS on Flipboard | Thomas Menk

…by far the best place of Fuji relevant stories
 
#x100 #xpro1 #xe1 #xe2 #x100s #x100t #xt1 #xt10 #xphotographer #reviews #stories #manuals #philosophy #quotes #samples #tutorials #comparisons ……
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Fujinon XF Lenses

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A Fujiholics Story | Ben Cherry

I’m a nature lover, have been since I was five and have taken this further by completing a Zoology Degree and now working as a environmental photojournalist and research assistant for conservation projects. My love for photography started when I was eleven and steadily progressed as I got older, from winning National Geographic Kids and Rotary Foundation competitions to getting experience in a variety of genres. Things like fashion shoots and motorsport helped to fund a year out before university where I travelled from Cairo to Cape Town with way too much camera gear! But from that trip onwards I knew that I wanted to give my best shot at combining my love for nature with my photography obsession……..

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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What It’s Like To Work For Fujifilm | Leigh Diprose

My name is Leigh Diprose and I’m a professional photographer with a passion to tell the world about photography. I thought I would write an article to share what it’s like to work for an imaging company, in my case Fujifilm Australia. I’ve been around cameras ever since the late 90s and more so when I started my first job in Sydney in the year 2000. Since then I’ve worked in photo labs and managed various retail photographic stores. The experience has proved worthwhile as I’ve learned a lot about cameras and imaging.  Having had the years of experience with darkrooms, film and digital I found myself exposed to a wide range of products and experiences. Part of my current role is to write informative photography articles while working alongside the product team. I spend a small part of my week interacting with many of you to help learn how X-Series cameras could be better. I also spend time conducting research through social media on what you like and don’t like about Fujifilm’s cameras. This all in turn helps me write a better article on the Fujifilm Australia Blog as well as contributing to make the products better……

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Fuji X-Pro1

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Joining Origami Collective | Rafael García Márquez

I’m glad to announce I’ve been invited to join forces with the amazing group of photographers who contribute to Origami Collective. For those of you who don’t know it already, Origami is a Collective founded by Jorge Ledesma focused on Street, Travel, and Documentary photography. Its composed of various Official Fujifilm X Photographers and other Fuji X users from the globe. Feel free to visit the site at http://www.origamicollective.com, my profile page, and peruse the essays that have been published so far. Expect my first one pretty soon. I’m both proud and humbled I was invited. Thanks to Jorge and the rest of the collective for thinking of me. Couldn’t ask for a better company to share with you all my stories…….

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Fuji X-Pro1

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[TRÁNSITOS] Collective Exhibition | Rafa García Márquez

From today on, the Regional Government of Andalusia organizes the Photography Exhibit [TRÁNSITOS] during the European Mobility Week#SEM14 #EMW14. I’m part of it with other Spanish photographers: Aitor Lara, Fernando Alda, Jesús León, Remedios Álvarez, Rafaela Rodríguez and Antonio Pérez.This exhibit is a journey through new urban models oriented to sustainable city development. A model where urban infrastructures are thought to make people’s (and not car’s) life easier. A high-quality functional user-oriented urban landscape. Really glad to be part of it with my series „Pasajeros“ (Passengers/Transient). The passenger car of a train, the subway station, a cycle path or the street itself are characters in its own right in the pics, as much as the passengers in transit or waiting. Great company here and a wonderful opportunity to show my work in big sized prints (100x70cm). I’m most grateful for taking part of this…….

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Showcase on X-photographer | Craig Robertson

Once upon a time many years ago Santa delivered me a camera as a Christmas present. The family holiday was excitedly snapped. But then I was devastated as the plastic camera melted in the sun on the back window shelf of the old Cortina. Not to be deterred, I saved and saved until I could buy an SLR in a Customs seized goods auction. I was hooked. I soon discovered recording events for the school newspaper was an excellent way to avoid participating in them. As a keen outdoors enthusiast I choose to pursue a career in conservation, training as a wildlife ranger.  I took many photos to record my journeys to some of New Zealand’s outstanding wild places and my work with our endangered wildlife like Kakapo, Takahe and Black Robin. It was a life I will forever feel privileged to have experienced…….

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Interview with Tom Lazar – Street Photographer | The Fujifilm Blog

Photographer Tomasz Lazar finds that the Fujifilm X100S is the best choice for his brand of street photography. Tomasz Lazar is a photographer from Poland and a graduate of the West Pomeranian University of Technology. His black & white documentary images of street culture have won numerous accolades, including placing in the Sony World Photography Awards and the International Photography Awards. “I also took second place in ‘People in the News’ category of the 2012 World Press Photo contest and received Picture of the Year at BZ WBK Press Foto 2012,” he tells X Magazine……

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