War Photography with Fuji mirrorless


The idea of war photographers carrying a couple of SLRs capable of stopping a bullet (which actually happened to Don Mccullin) has long been outdated. Nowadays, although the use of DSLR is still dominant, more and more photojournalists covering conflict zones are switching to mirrorless. See below 3 brilliant examples of war photographers using Fuji in their day-to-day lives:

Mike Zielinski Freelance photojournalist covering military, Middle East and Post-Soviet states.


Eric Bouvet Fujifilm Ambassador covering conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Chechnya, Sudan, Somalia, and many other countries


Jan Grarup Over the course of his twenty five year career photographed many of recent history’s defining human rights and conflict issues.




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