Travel Photography

Fuji X100T: How I came to eat my words | Bill Palmer

Back in January I wrote of the difficulties I was having warming to the Fuji X100S. It was my second bite at the cherry, having previously failed to bond with the original X100.  As I get older I have reconciled myself to the fact that not every camera—no matter how fine—works for me, personally. I am generally not bothered by it, but there was something about the siren call of the X100 and its successors that kept nagging at me like a softly dripping tap in the middle of the night. After getting rid of the X100S and the TCL-X100 referred to in the earlier article I settled back happily with my trusty Ricoh GR. Now, I won’t hear a word said against the GR; of course it is getting a little long in the tooth, but it is still a fine, high-quality, go-anywhere camera that has become my „28mm lens“ of choice even when using one of my Fuji X Series bodies. It really is that good………

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Fuji X100T

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Bangkok Floating Market | John Grubb

John Grubb is IT supporter who love to travel with his wife. He use Fujifilm X-Pro1 and a Fujifilm X100S cameras to shoot this colorful images of Bangkok Floating Market. My name is John Grubb. I have been working in IT support for the better part of 20 years now and do enjoy this as a career. I am married to a wonderful lady and we’ve traveled quite extensively over the past 15 years, mostly to Mexico. We’ve also enjoyed trips to Cuba, The Bahamas, Hawaii, France, England, Hong Kong, and Bangkok. It is my wife that is responsible for my travel bug even prior to our marriage but it was our wedding photographer that planted the little seed that became a passion for photography…..

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Fuji X-Pro1

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Vacation with Fuji X-T1 and just 2 lenses! | Gary Goldberg

Back in August my wife and I decided to vacation in Halifax and PEI, on the East Coast of Canada. I currently own 2X camera systems, Nikon D-800 with all of the popular lenses you could want, and a Fuji X-T1 with a 35mm 1.4, and 18-55mm F2.8-4. I have to admit honestly that I’m friends with a few of the folks over at Fuji Canada. I wanted to travel light on this trip because I knew we’d be doing a lot of walking around. So I asked my friends over at Fuji if they would lend me the XF 50-140mm F2.8, and the XF 16-55mm f/2.8 R LM WR, although these were 2X of the heaviest lenses in Fuji’s lineup, I decided to just take my X-T1, these 2X lenses and my standard array of ND, and Polarizing filters. This still saved my back from bringing my full D800 with my myriad of lenses in my standard backpack. I ended up taking a small gear bag, and a tripod…….

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Fuji X-T1

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Postcards from Venice | David duChemin

Ciao from Venice! I shared this last week with 3 new friends in Venice, all here to do the first in what is, for me, a new kind of workshop. With just three students, all here to see Venice, of course, but also to work on a very specific body of work, it was a very intimate workshop. The week was full of discovery, great meals, much laughter, and – so rewarding – the chance to see new work from these three photographers that, at least to my eye, represents a huge leap forward in the way they approached their photography and their creativity. What an honour and a thrill to participate in that with them……

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Fuji X-T1

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Cross Canada Road Trip on Exposure | Dyanne Wilson

For quite some time I have wanted to head back to the Northwest Territories to revisit and photograph some of the places where I grew up particularly the culture, the land and its people. Last January while out on assignment for the Government of Scotland, I was photographing the Sir John A. MacDonald annual Kilt Skate on the Rideau Canal in -30C weather. We dropped into the Shaw Centre (formerly Ottawa Convention Centre) to warm up and visit the Spectacular NWT exhibit. I had asked if they needed any photographers up north but it seemed they were more in need of Chartered Accountants which is what my husband does. To make a long story short, Eddie was offered a good position in Yellowknife, NWT! The offer was to good to pass up and what an adventure it would be…….

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Fuji X-T1

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NYC with the Fujifilm X-T1, 14mm, 18-55mm | Mike St. Jean

Periodically my son and I schedule a „Boy Day“ in which the two of us take off and do something together. Unfortunately, as he gets older, Boy Day with my son happens with less frequency. Feeling the loss, I brought Boy Day back with a vengeance last Sunday and booked us bus tickets from Providence for a day in New York City. Of course Boy Day in NYC came with the requisite photo nerd gear anxieties: What camera(s) do I take? Will I have the right lenses? Will it be too heavy? I should have popped the Fujinon 27mm on the X-T1, or better yet the smaller X-E1, slid it into the pocket of my fleece, and been done with it. Instead I had to over-complicate things. You see, I was also thinking of using Boy Day in NYC as a photographic dry-run for Boy Week and a trip to Peru my son and I are considering. So mentally, not only I was packing gear for a day in the city, but I was also hiking up Machu Picchu……

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Hello Istanbul | Gregor Harih

We’ve been thinking for a long time to make a trip to Istanbul. Many times while travelling to the East, we had a connecting flight through Istanbul. Fortunately or unfortunately, each time we had a relatively short stop, which prevented us to leave the airport and take a quick look at this interesting city. Therefore, as soon as the Photoclub Maribor got an interesting offer from a local travel agency for a long weekend in Istanbul, we immediately decided to take it and enjoy a long weekend there. The offer was limited to winter months, so we opted for one of the weekends in February. When the date of departure was coming closer, the weather forecast was getting worse and worse. The night before our flight up to a metre of new snow has been announced. Therefore we have booked an apartment near the Zagreb airport and headed there a day before the flight. We were just hoping that the flight next day would not be cancelled because of the snow. The driving to the airport/apartment itself has been anything but fun, since it already started to snow. The roads were covered with snow, but with a slow pace it was possible to make progress. Upon arrival at the apartment, the snowfall intensified even further vanishing our hopes for the flight……

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Fuji X-E2

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See Agra and then quickly head for Gwalior | Paul Perton

Gwalior. Not on the itinerary of many India visitors and it really should be. I’d added it to ours on a whim – the evening before the details of our tour were set in stone, I’d been idly remembering a series of British steam locomotives that had been named in the ’30s after various Commonwealth countries, provinces and cities. Amongst them, Gwalior. Not very PC in this insane world of being frightened of offending people, but there was an easy two day slot in our schedule. So, why not? I’m glad we did.The observant amongst you will quickly realise that I’ve skipped Agra and the Taj Mahal. Not. That’s about to happen. In truth, Gwalior probably ought to rank equally with the TM and if you’ve been there before, do replace it on your list of places to see……….

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Fuji X-Pro1

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North Korea – Beyond the 38th parallel | John Woot

I set foot into the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) for a week in June 2015, to see and experience from within one of the most reclusive countries in the world. Disclaimer: I bear no political affiliation to the DPRK and all views and opinions expressed are of my own. Not that it mattered anyway. And be warned, this post is pretty lengthy.

Kim II-Sung Square – One of Pyongyang’s mandatory visits with the prominent Grand People’s Study House. Like the Tianamen Square, Kim II-Sung Square is equally imposing in grandeur, size and cultural significance, sans the large mob of tourists. Once you enter the Grand People’s Study House, you are greeted with marbled interiors and well-endowed facilities room after room, buzzing with various pedagogical activities. Computerized catalogs running on windows XP, large polished marble pillars, free consultation rooms actively manned by professors, english books, Mandarin lessons, huge lecture halls, etc, etc……

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Fuji X-E2

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West – The Red Centre of Australia . Part 2 | Noah Stammbach

I’ve heard and read about the outback being empty, with not much to see and not worth the travel. We Aussies prefer to live on the coast, leaving the vast interior of Australia as no-man’s land. I yearned to explore this expanse; to be alone in the barren plains and to feel the red spirit of Australia. It was difficult to find people keen for such a huge trip. The first time I met Johnny we talked about ferns and grasses (he’s a landscape architect) which happened to lead to the topic of the outback. We then recruited Koentadi (of @koentadyy) who was ready for his first Aussie roadtrip. Planning began in secret. We wanted to be the first to venture inland; far away from the typical destinations of the NSW coast. Some moments from this trip took me to the edge between calm and panic, but there’s always an unquestionable solace to be found in the middle of nowhere. Click here for part 1 of the trip, a story about the staggering variety of landscapes that unfolds in layers from Sydney to the outback……

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