Travel Photography

India with the X100T and X-Pro1 | Paul Perton

India is incredible – just as it says on the box. It’s been on my to-do list for years, but it was only recently that I finally set foot in this land of enchantment. Even if you travel regularly, you’ll understand that India isn’t somewhere to simply head for with a suitcase and a camera. In fact, it’s hard to imagine any kind of getting ready can prepare you for India’s streets, people, hubbub and reality. I’ve lived in Africa for more than four decades, so I’m fairly used to the proximity of people, poverty and a basic rural existence, yet India still caught me out. It’s almost overwhelming. A word of advice; travel light. It’s unremittingly hot, humid and busy. Suitcases full of formal clothes and camera bags laden with DSLRs are not the solution and you won’t get the chance to don the suit you brought along anyway……..

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Fuji X-Pro1

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My personal 2015 | Stockografie

Wow this year past by fast. I can still remember January of this year awaiting the next spring to arrive and especially the month of May. My wife and I had booked a one week visit to Marrakesh. I was so much looking forward to that. Befor I realized it, it was May and we were heading off to Morocco. After that the year became the most tough one I have ever had. Not photography wise but personally. I had some really heavy hick ups to do with my day to day job. Man that was hard. My wife helped me over the hard times and of course going out and photographing just the odd things helped as well. Anyway, this small post is to give you an overview of what I think are my best photographs which I took in 2015. Interestingly enough most of them have been taken with the Fujifilm X100T. At the end of this post I will give you the chance to vote which shot you think is the best one. So do note hesitate to vote your favorite one……..

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Fuji X-T1

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The Great American Road Trip | Adriel Henderson

We just returned from the trip we’ve been planning and dreaming about for a long time, three weeks jaunting around the American Southwest in our little motorhome; California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, returning to Oregon through an Idaho perfectly flocked in snow. Some beautiful lands out there America! To keep things interesting I gave myself a little photography challenge: Could I capture the trip through the fixed 23mm focal length of Fuji’s X100t? No wide angle. No long telephoto. Just a ’standard‘ 35mm equivalent view of the world. There is some reasoning to this challenge, in that I plan to offer a photography class next year and the X100t seems like a great camera to use in teaching photography – small, simple manual controls, an excellent lens with a fixed focal length, and beautiful results. But I needed to put that assumption to the test, so I picked up a copy and dedicated it as my go-to camera for this trip…..

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Fuji X100T

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X-Pro1 in India | Ashok Viswanathan

My primary interest is black & white but the richness and flexibility of digital colour fascinates me. Photoshop & digital imaging has evolved in the last 10 years and changed the way we handle images. Apart from traditional images I enjoy producing watercolours, line drawings, solarisations, and posterisations. More recent explorations are in the field of HDR, blending modes and newer creative software such as Post workshop. My subject matter is mainly landscapes, seascapes, portraits and travel images. I am passionate and deeply involved in my photography. Although a self taught amateur my work has won awards and been exhibited in national & international exhibitions in several countries including some published magazine work……

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Fuji X-Pro1

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New York Part 2: Central Park | Miks Media

I figured that Central Park should get it’s own post. As we both love landscape photography, it was an easy choice. It’s a beautiful place, and hard to imagine it’s location, among the skyscrapers of Manhattan. Coming from western Canada, where fall has long past, and the world turned to gray and brown, it was such a relief to still see magnificent colors present. It brought immediate memories of childhood days. I believe this has made Central Park, even more special. Photographically, it’s a paradise. One could spend days there, photographing nature, wildlife, and people. If you are carrying a camera in Central Park, be prepared to be asked to take photos of strangers. The bigger the camera the more you will be asked. Carrying a little Fuji with me, I guess I wasn’t considered a serious enough photographer, but a friend that was with us, and his big DSLR camera, was asked constantly. So here is an advice, if you want to be left in peace, don’t bring a DSLR camera to Central Park….

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Fuji X-T1

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If You Like The Cinque Terre, You Will Love This | Ugo Cei

There is no doubt that the Cinque Terre are one the most sought after locations in the Italian Riviera and the one that attracts the most tourists, but that stretch of coastline that extends from Genoa to the gulf of La Spezia has many gems that are less known, but not even one bit less charming. From Genoa to Camogli, Portofino, Portovenere, Lerici and Tellaro it’s a long string of quaint seaside villages with pastel-colored houses, rocky cliffs, small beaches and lush vineyards on the mountainsides dropping steeply into the sea. The photo  above depicts Boccadasse. Would you believe that what was once a small fishing port is now completely enclosed in the city of Genoa? Despite being circled by a high-traffic road and a busy neighborhood, it has managed to retain its centuries-old charm and car-free tranquillity…….

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Fuji X-E2

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Iquitos – Peru | Daniel Robert Peterson

A quick trip to Iquitos, Peru. After a few days in the city, we ventured out into the Amazon so we could feel it. Amazing place  #fujifilm

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Cinque Terre in Photos | Italy | Daniel Korzeniewski

I am coming from a few days in Tuscany. I just left the rented car in La Spezia and boarded the train to Cinque Terre. This is my last stop for my long-overdue and first trip to Italy. I’m still marveling at what I’ve just experienced in a region dotted with medieval hill towns and rich scenery, and I really don’t know what to expect. Fortunately, the Trenitalia ride is short and in less than ten minutes I’ve already figured out that I’ll have a blast here too. The Cinque Terre translates into “five lands.” Five lands that are so unique, all of them have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites since 1997……..

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Fuji X-T1

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Why I Chose Fujifilm X100T Mirrorless Camera With Fixed Focal
Length Lens For My Travel Photography | Wazari Wazir

Why I Chose Fujifilm X100T  Mirrorless Camera With Fixed Focal Length Lens For My Travel Photography, It’s quite a long title for a blog post, don’t you think so? Anyway, time and time again I get asked a questions regarding a camera choice and I’ve written quite a lot about it, maybe some of you just don’t get it, or simply don’t understand or just don’t want to understand or simply plain ignorance because you gave a million dollar in your bank account. Okay, I just want to make it quick here. I want to talk just a little bit about mirrorless camera. There are basically two types of mirrorless camera, one which you can change the lens and the other with fixed focal lens like what I’m using here which is Fujifilm X100T, yes you can also use different lens with Fujifilm X100T but you need to use an adapter but then, you can’t take out the 23 mm fixed focal lens and insert a new focal length, you just need to screw an adapter in front of the fixed focal lens and then only you can add another lens in front of it……

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Fuji X100T

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Chiang Mai – streets, food markets, people and spirituality |
Jakub Puchalski

Chiang Mai is a vibrant cultural center in Northern Thailand. The most charming part is its square-shaped old town, which is a mix of aging private villas, temples, small businesses, hotels and guesthouses, lovely cafés, restaurants and markets. Best to be explored on a bicycle that you can easily rent on any street. The best way to experience the city and meet its citizens is to join them for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Most Thais do not cook at home. Instead they head to one of many food markets filled with food stalls to eat quick, cheap, hangout with friends or buy something for take away. Chiang Mai has some of the best and cheapest food around. The welcoming atmosphere in the city is created by its citizens. Kind and smiling people, who usually don’t avoid having a chat with a stranger…….

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Fuji X100T

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