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16 mm, is it enough for portraits?

Hi, thank you for the opportunity to be part of this magazine again! This time we will focus on portrait photography with the Fujifilm XF 16mm f/2.8. In the past, I had an XF 23mm f/1.4 and a Samyang 12mm f/2.0. After 2,5 years of shooting with these lenses, I […]

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New York City Photo Walk

So we are at that time again. Mere weeks before a possible new Fujifilm X-Pro 3 announcement. What better way to pay homage than revisit the camera which paved the way along with its more advanced successor. Yes, of course, I’m speaking of the Fuji X-Pro 1 and the X-Pro […]

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Growing up in photography

There is a saying that as you get older, you become unimpressed by a lot of S.H.I.T. (super highly irrelevant things).  I wonder how this principle applies in photography, because we are also growing up in our photography skills, styles, needs and vision. Our way of making photography changes, starting […]

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Fujifilm cameras: they’re not bad

Fujifilm cameras: they’re not bad. Frankly, there are better cameras available than Fujifilm’s. Better image quality, better auto focus, better high ISO performance. But cameras are just tools, and Fujifilm cameras are definitely among the most versatile and pleasurable tools available for photographers today. I came to Fuji from using […]

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From an X-Pro2 to an X-H1

My name is Adam Torres and I am not a professional photographer, I’m an enthusiast. I take photographs purely because I love the craft. I fully credit Fujifilm cameras for reigniting my photographic passion, with their beautiful industrial design and approachable ergonomics, they feel like an expertly made tool that […]

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