Travel Photography

Greenland with Fuji X-T1 | Andro Loria

This year I could not travel far, so this is a retrospective blog – two years ago I took my then brand new X-T1 and X-E1 (as a backup) paired with 55-200, 14, 18-55 and 35mm lenses and went trekking in Greenland and Iceland for three weeks on tour organised by Icelandic Mountain Guides. At that point I had little experience in landscape photography and did not know Fuji X series cameras very well. But they were light, compact with great quality sensors and importantly all this gear could fit into one Lowepro 102 AW sling pack withND filters, SD cards and 12 extra batteries. Long distance hiking for days puts certain demands on weight and size and for that Fuji X cameras were ideal. I had X-T1 with vertical grip and 55-200 attached in the main compartment of the pack and X-E1 with 18-55 in the smaller top compartment. The sling pack was always slung on my front, over the rucksak shoulder straps (38l Osprey Kestrel) on my back with my day gear. The combo was very comfortable and well balanced, so I had no restrictions in movement and could get either of the cameras out quickly to take a shot.Post-editing was done in Iridient Developer and Lightroom 6. Click on any image to adjust it to your screen size…….

Source: Greenland with Fuji X-T1 — ANDRO LORIA

Out of this World – Scotland with Fuji | Kasia Sokulska

It’s time for the next installment of my Scottish adventure. I’m sorry for the longish break, but life has a way of interfering. So, without further ado, let’s get back to the story.. Next, was the last morning we were going to enjoy on the Isle of Skye. As usual, I could not sleep past 6AM and was first to get up and managed to get some lovely shots of small things in the morning light. I didn’t have much time to play around though because we needed to catch the early ferry to Harris and Lewis, and we wanted to fit in a stop at another extraordinary place on Sky – Cuith-Raing (known otherwise as Quiraing). It is quite an amazing piece of landscape.  We took an easy hike to get a better view and it was worth every bit of effort for the views were quite simply spectacular… The landscape is, for the lack of better expression, out of this world. So different and so beautiful… Too bad, we did not have too much time to linger and had to hurry up to catch the ferry that carried us to our next adventure…

Source: Out of this World – Scotland with Fuji — MiKSMedia Photography

Through Rio & Salvador, Brazil, with the X-series by FujiFilm | CAVEIRA PHOTOGRAPHY

The eyes of the world are on Rio. Welcome to the second installment of my travels through Brazil, covering our time in Rio De Janeiro and Salvador. Both are places that are like surrogate homes for me and of course, my wife’s childhood home that much of her extended family still resides in. If you’ve not already seen it, go check out my post covering the Streets of Rio with the XF35 F2. For this trip I packed a comprehensive but compact FujiFilm kit, comprising of my XT-1, XF16, XF35 F2, XF 56 1.2, and the XF90. Much like it was during our travels in Vietnam earlier this year, the XF35 spent the most time attached to my XT-1 because of its discrete size, speed, and excellent image quality. If the upcoming XF23 F2 and 50 F2 are close to the 35 F2 in overall quality and performance, they’ll certainly be making their way into my kit……..

Source: Through Rio & Salvador, Brazil, with the X-series by FujiFilm – CAVEIRA PHOTOGRAPHY

5 Giorni alle Cinque Terre | Matteo Vannini

Siamo tornati a Bologna un po’ abbronzati e con 1600 fotografie. Il viaggio è stato davvero comodo ed economico. Dato che non ci sono treni veloci che collegano Bologna a La Spezia, abbiamo preso due regionali che sono arrivati in perfetto orario. Come avevo anticipato nel precedente articolo il miglior modo per spostarsi è proprio in treno che da una Terra all’altra impiega circa 5 minuti, mentre in auto (risalendo la montagna per poi discendere) ci vuole più o meno mezz’ora. Le Cinque Terre sono un luogo unico al Mondo che sicuramente merita di essere visitato. E’ un paradiso per fotografi di viaggio tanto che ho potuto arricchire il mio portfolio con scatti nuovi davvero interessanti. La cosa che mi ha colpito di più è il fatto che si prestino ad ogni tipo vacanza: da quella più lussuosa e tranquilla a quella più all’avventura, a contatto con la natura. Ogni Terra ha una particolarità che sicuramente la farà preferire ad un viaggiatore piuttosto che un altro…….

Source: 5 Giorni alle Cinque Terre | Matteo Vannini

Iceland – Monochromatic | Jonas Rask

This post has been stirring with me for a while. Reasons are multiple, but mainly it has been because of the timing of things. It’s no longer a secret that I have been testing the new Fujifilm X-T2 since mid april. As part of my testing I took the camera with me to Iceland on a trip that was planned for a while. I did a story for Fujifilm-x.com about using the X-T2 in this setting. You can read it here. But my intention with the Iceland trip had always been about something else than the X-T2. Being a HUGE fan of monochrome photography, and its strengths and weaknesses I really wanted to do a monochrome representation of my trip. I have seen images from Iceland done in monochrome from the likes of Jan Grarup and Ragner Axelsson when testing the Leica Monochrom……

Source: Iceland – Monochromatic | jonasrask|photography

Lost in Marrakech | Joseph Padiernos

During Memorial day weekend, a US national holiday, I had a few days off by surprise(believe me, Nurse’s schedule are weird,) excited, because it was an opportunity to travel solo. First option was to hike in Banff, Canada, but found out that the weather during my travel dates wont be ideal for hiking. So I opened Google flights and checked the world map on where I could go. With very few options to travel abroad, because I’m holding a Filipino passport, it was tough. Found out, Morocco was one of the places I could go without a visa. TL;DR I booked a flight to Marrakech, that will leave 72hrs after(yeah, I’m all about that spontaneous life…….

Source: Lost in Marrakech Pt. 1

Let me tell you a ‘Toy’ Story | Chris Upton

I think it’s fair to say that we are all guilty of not using all of the features on our cameras. We prefer to stick to what we know or what we think we need. One of those features that I had dismissed as a bit gimmicky was the Advanced Filters. Sure I had looked at them and fired off a few shots but they weren’t for me, I preferred to produce my creative images in Lightroom or Photoshop. However that was all to change on my recent trip to Lisbon. Now I wouldn’t quite describe Lisbon as beautiful, it’s certainly not a Venice, Paris or Prague. But it is definitely characterful. Very hilly, lots of little streets and alleyways, buildings that have seen better days contrasting with some stunning architecture, oh and of course there are the trams. These trams have been part of Lisbon’s travel network for almost 150 years and are one of the city’s major tourist attractions….

Source: Let me tell you a ‘Toy’ Story – The Fujifilm Blog

Iceland | Eyesland | X-T2 | Waleed Shah

My friends and I decided to have our buddy’s bachelor party in Iceland. We took Iceland Air to fly into Reykjavik and I couldn’t help but notice the flight attendant closest to us. Now, I know what you’re thinking, yes flight attendants are generally good looking and there’s selection bias when hiring one. However, this was different. It’s wasn’t the uniform or all the cliche stuff, it was her eyes, big and bright blue, contrasted by the fairest skin I had ever seen and hair so blonde it was almost grey. Wait, here comes another one, with bigger and bluer eyes, and fairer skin, and blonder hair!!! And another one!!! This time he was a man!!! And yes, I am comfortable enough with my sexuality to say he was one good looking mother*^%#. I started wondering, “is everyone from Iceland this beautiful?” ……

Source: Iceland | Eyesland – Waleed Shah

Mongolia. On the nomadic trails. With Fuji X-T1 and X100s | Richard Simko

I have always dreamed about visiting Mongolia. Ever since I was young boy and I first time read stories about Genghis Khan. I watched every documentary about this remote exotic country. With eyes glued to the screen I promised myself that one day, I definitely make the trip. My time came in fall 2015 and I visited the country twice! During my first trip I climbed Khüiten, the highest peak in Mongolia. I also attended the annual Eagle Hunting Festivall in Bayan-Ölgii province. Couple of weeks later, I had to unexpectedly relocate to different part of the world for work and with few months to spare in between the jobs, I decided to travel. Mongolia was the obvious choice again since I was so impressed first time. As before any trip, I usually do my research about destination, people, customs etc. Still to this day, more than half of Mongolian population lives nomadic lifestyle. Country is the 19th largest and distances are vast. There is so much to see and good planning is essential………

Source: Mongolia. On the nomadic trails. With Fuji X-T1 and X100s – FUJI X PASSION

Using the Fujifilm X-T10 in Washington DC | Jeremy Slagle

Last November, my good friend, Dylan, invited me to travel to LA for the Adobe Max conference and am I glad he did! Not only was the conference amazing (I’m already registered to go back in 2016)!  At the and of the opening session, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Photoshop, they announced that everyone in attendance would go home with a brand new Fujifilm X-T10 and 24-55 lens kit! As a Canon shooter, my initial thought was “That’s cool. Maybe I’ll sell it on Ebay and pay myself back for some of the conference.” But once I opened the box, I knew I was in love. It was built like a tank. The classic style, small size, a lens felt better than any Canon lens I own, and the dials—oh, the dials. It was such a departure from my Canon DSLRs where everything is on a screen. It was tactile, and although new, felt very familiar. I was smitten…I was in deep smit……

Source: Using the Fujifilm X-T10 in Washington DC — Slagle Design

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