Category Archives: Fuji X

One image this month

One image this month  The Aim – To display one image from each month of my photographic world. The Ethos – The essence of a photograph is the ability to capture  a story and an experience in a single moment. So whatever the bias, whether artistic, documentary, travel or simply enjoying the process of making the image,…

Fuji Film Simulations

One of the many successes of the Fuji X series cameras is the superb quality of the Fuji film simulations jpeg files, straight out of camera. When Fuji first introduced their X series cameras they emulated the visual qualities and characteristics of their renowned films from the film era. So here we take a glance…

X rated Fuji trip

X rated Fuji It has been a little quiet on my website over the past month or so as it has been quite a busy period for me. One stand-out experience was an epic X rated Fuji trip to the Oberland region in Switzerland. You can imagine, this gave me a great opportunity to flex…

A recent Fuji X portrait shoot

Fuji X portrait shoot One of the great joys of being a photographer is doing portrait photography. It is especially more fun and rewarding when shooting a Fuji X portrait shoot with the Fuji cameras. I recently met with a client and professional musician called Sarah. The only remit was to capture her with her saxophone.…

London Street Calling

London Street Photography Continuing this summer’s street photography theme, I was privileged enough recently to get a couple of hours alone on a Saturday evening with my camera(s) enjoying some London street photography. With the dust barely settled in central London following the murders in Borough Market and now the horrendous fire in West London where so…

Umbrella Statement in Bath

 Bath street photography Bath Street Photography – Due to the harsh summer light and late sunsets (and early sunrises) it is normal for me at this time of year to ease off from hosting group landscape photography workshops and catch up on other work. Apart from taking a hard-earned holiday and shooting the odd wedding…