Eight hours, windswept | An X-T1 time-lapse experiment |
Patrick La Roque

As most of you know I’ve been using the X-T1 extensively — it’s become my main camera. Any minor gripes I had have effectively been swept away by daily use and rewiring most of my reflexes to this new body. Read more …


Street Photography is as simple as it is complex.
Tips for Street Photography | Art Photo Feature

Street photography is one of the purest forms of photography. It is also one of the most difficult forms of photography. It’s difficult because we usually don’t have much control over the environment, well at least as much as we Read more …


10 First Impressions on the Fuji X-T1 | Bryan Caporicci

Here are my 10 first impressions about the Fuji X-T1 after a very limited time experimenting with it:   I love that the viewfinder (and eye sensor) is in the middle of the camera. Often when I am taking pictures around the Read more …


Setting Up Your X-T1 Menus!!!! | Bill Fortney

Why wait, too hot at the pool!  So here is the disclaimer, remember this is my thoughts on menus settings after one week of using the camera!!! For only a week I think I’ve learned a lot, but keep in Read more …


Create your own Lightroom Plug-ins with Photoshop Droplets |
Thomas Fitzgerald

Here’s a handy little tip I discovered recently. You can use Photoshop’s droplets to make Lightroom Plug-ins. Ok, that might be over-selling it slightly, but, by creating an action in Photoshop and then saving it as a droplet, you can Read more …


Fujifilm X-T1—Fn (Function) Button Configuration | Zachery Jensen

I have seen some discussion on the topic of how to configure the Fn buttons on the new Fujifilm X-T1 camera. It’s a reasonable topic to discuss as there are now numerous configurable buttons, a brand new array of physical Read more …


Why Wi-Fi? | Don Craig

How the Fujifilm Camera App saved me Sometimes I wonder why companies spend the time developing new features, when they don’t appear to have a lot of value. At least to me. Well, one of those new features just proved Read more …


Settings for Great Black and White with the Fuji X100s – Part II |
David Knoble

It’s a long time coming, but I wanted too finish the discussion I started about using black and white with the Fuji X100s. I extend this now to really include all the Fuji X series, including the X-Pro1 and the Read more …


Small Camera, Big Vistas – My Fujifilm X100s Landscape
Photography Kit | Roy Cruz

…. a big part of the job in landscape photography is getting there. That’s why the way you pack your gear is crucial. Instead of using a dedicated camera bag, I use an insert that can be placed in any Read more …


Shooting tethered……with a Fujifilm X-cameras | Don Craig

I do a moderate amount of studio photography. When I do, I shoot portraits for government ministers, deputy ministers and executives for my work and the occasional freelance portrait job. When I do shoot in a studio environment, I have Read more …