The Fuji X Passion project is about to reach its first year of existence and it has been a wonderful experience. We have known so many talented photographers from all around the world. Some, we actually met in person.
Thanks to you all, this project is growing and we are more motivated than ever to continue bringing you the most inspirational articles about the Fuji X system cameras.
Nevertheless, shortly after its launch, we started receiving many messages from our followers regarding the exclusivity of the projectâ€™s contents, because there are lots of photographers around the world that use more than one camera system.
Many others tell us they love our website and are avid followers, however they use a different camera system and would like to find a similar project for their favourite brand.
Well, we are Fuji X system users, as most of the photographers we know. And we can’t launch a website dedicated to each camera brand. Still, above all Photography is an art form regardless the tool used, from pinhole to mobile phone.
So, because some suggestions we have been receiving indeed make sense and seem really interesting, on the last months we have been working on a new project: The PHOTOGRAPHY PASSION.
It was launched this week and, for you that are used to the Fuji X Passion’s layout, this new website will look very familiar.
So, now you may ask:
Question: This means the end of the Fuji X Passion website?
Answer: No, quite the contrary! We are fully committed to the Fuji X Passion project, and, very soon, we’ll bring you some very interesting news you don’t wanna miss.
Q: Being a Fuji user, why should I care about this new website?
A: Well, Photography is about writing with light. And that’s independent to the camera brand used. You will find some very inspirational articles, meet new photographers and discover many interesting portfolios.
Q: Therefore, the new website will be just a copy of the old one, but made for Canon/Nikon users?
A: Not at all. This new website is about Photography, generally speaking. It’s intended to all passionate photographers. Looking at the future, without forgetting the past. This means you will find amazing work made with some 40 years old film camera next to surprisingly good photographs made with the last generation smartphone or drone camera.
Q: So, should I follow this new project also?
A: Yes, you should! Thank you ðŸ™‚