Another day, another post but this time we’re focusing on a side-by-side comparison of the Fujifilm X-T5 and the X-T2! Hopefully you’re not bored yet of seeing posts all across the internet, especially here, about the brand new and beautiful Fujifilm X-T5. I’m here again… Read More »A Side-by-Side Comparison of the Fujifilm X-T5 and the X-T2
A new chapter has begun with the arrival of the most beautiful and capable camera I’ve had the pleasure of using. This is my first look at the Fujifilm X-T5! It’s here. The Fujifilm X-T5 has arrived in my hands and the feeling is even… Read More »A First Look at the Fujifilm X-T5
This post is dedicated to the last six years of using the Fujifilm X-T2 to document my life. The time has finally come to retire the Fujifilm X-T2 as my main camera now that the younger, faster and cooler X-T5 has been delivered. It wouldn’t… Read More »Six Years of the Fujifilm X-T2
It’s time to answer the question on everyone’s lips, yes I’ve only gone and pre-ordered the Fujifilm X-T5! Six years ago I traded in my Nikon D5000 and decided to try out the Fujifilm X-T2 after carrying out plenty of research. I was nervous at… Read More »Yes, I Bought The Fujifilm X-T5
This is a post that’s been requested from a few regular readers for a long time. Here I’ll set out exactly what happens after taking photos, whether that be after a city break, a family day out or a wedding. From file management to post-processing to publishing, this is my Fujifilm photography workflow.
The Monochrome Cities returns for its third instalment with a birthday trip to London. If you’ve ever wanted to see London captured in glorious black and white, now’s your chance. Fujifilm’s Acros film simulation delivers the goods as always.
You all know I’m a lover of Fujifilm cameras for travel photography and beyond but here’s a more detailed look inside my camera bag! It’s been a very, very, long time since my last post setting out what’s inside my camera bag and I know… Read More »A Look Inside My Camera Bag 
It’s been a while but I’ve finally returned to Newcastle to work on my street photography with a pair of Fujifilm X-T2s and the Fujifilm X100F.
Due to a combination of post-lockdown malaise, Emma’s pregnancy and the early days of Evelyn’s life, it’s been a long time since we’ve been for a long family walk together. That all changed recently when we managed a first Sunday walk with Evelyn at just eight weeks old.