Competing in international photography contests, against people from all over the world, against the best, can teach you a lot. And you will learn many valuable lessons that you can use both in your photography and your life. And through this magnificent article, Stefan Panaitescu shares everything he has learned over the past years.
After three months of intensive daily professional use of the Fuji X-H2S, for Til Jentzsch – a Music and Events photographer, not only did this camera become his main workhorse, he bought a second unit! In this extensive review, Till explains why he went from the X-T to the X-H series.
What is the best resolution to print or to use online?
This is, perhaps, one of the most recurrent questions that constantly knocks on our door. When we start talking about size, we usually end up concluding that size doesn’t matter. But this is not always the case, as you will see in this article that we have prepared for you.
I plan the route, do some research, pack my bag, check my lenses, control the batteries and prepare some food before I start my adventures. It always makes my day when I succeed in managing all these things in order to enjoy a well planned trip to one of these awesome mountain peaks or to […]
Surely many of us adore the output of the Fujifilm JPG engine. We all like to have our Provia, ClassicChrome or ClassicNegative film simulations at hand or maybe even use so-called “recipes”. It’s perfectly fine, but sometimes we like, wish, or have to deal with RAWs. Fuji X-T1 . @50mm . 1/150″ . ISO 200 […]
Last winter I hit the stage with my photography where I was comfortable. I had it all worked out for the choice of camera bodies, lenses, editing suite and client delivery method. And it worked flawlessly in tandem with one another. However as happy as I was with having things “worked out” for a long […]
Here at Fuji X Passion, we’ve done dozens of interviews, but this time we wanted you to be asking the questions. We launched this challenge for our Premium subscribers, who promptly sent an interesting series of highly relevant questions. This time, we have the honour to interview Miles Witt Boyer – International wedding and portrait […]
In 1980, Michael Orton developed one of the most popular post-processing techniques widely used by many landscape photographers today. Although the technique has evolved since it first appeared, the basic concept remains the same: applying a dreamy glow to an image. Michael Orton’s initial idea was to imitate watercolour paintings. As we are talking about […]