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Fuji GFX 50R: Another great day for the Fuji family

Fuji doesn’t stop improving and pushing the limits in the digital cameras market. And now, ladys and gentlemans, today Fuji launched the all new medium-format-camera-rangefinder-style GFX 50R! In this post we bring together the best videos and first-hand reviews about the Fuji GFX 50R. Enjoy!   Videos Posts https://jonasraskphotography.com/2018/09/25/fujifilm-gfx-50r-review-digital-medium-format-heritage/ https://f16.click/gear/fujifilm-gfx-50r-review.html […]

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New eBook: A Travel Guide for Photographers

“Don’t listen to what they say, go see.” – Old Chinese proverb   After months in development, we are pleased to announce the most complete and beautifully illustrated travel guide, specially written for photographers. The author, Richard Simko, packed in this book all the knowledge of more than 10 years […]

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Going wide throughout Holland

Let’s start this out by saying how much I love shooting with wide angle lenses from the Fujifilm X series system. Ninety percent of the time, they are what you would find in front of my cameras, when shooting landscapes. When I started on my journey back to the Netherlands, […]

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A first look at the Fujifilm X-T3

The Fujifilm X-T3 was not really on my radar when the first rumors started to come out on the Internet. Initially it looked to me like some minor improvement compared to the X-T2. I kept an eye on all the information about the new camera, but I was more focused […]

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A song of light and shadow, talking with Tom Wall

Hello Tom! Could you introduce yourself? I’m a 28 year old photojournalist living in the south of Sweden (the part without polar bears). Currently I earn my keep working for a newspaper called HD-Sydsvenskan. Interests include: playing the guitar (quite badly), cooking (a bit better according to my girlfriend Matilde), […]

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My Photo Mechanic to Lightroom import workflow

Today I had a call from William, a fellow London wedding photographer, asking for a bit of advice on his importing workflow. He’d been using Lightroom for the whole shebang and was finding it very slow going. Which it is! Lightroom is fine for importing a few photos but if […]

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Documenting the Amazon with Fuji

I am the youngest of 3 brothers. My mom always liked photography whether it was hobby or work. She was a researcher / biologist and always had to take pictures of the expeditions she made and the insects she was studying (she was an ant and termite expert). She had […]

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