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
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.
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 
For four years now, the Fujifilm 23mm f/2 has been my most used lens and, whilst I can’t stop using the 35mm f/1.4 right now, this little lens was my first love. Despite having this lens, I’ve always dreamed of owning one of the X100 series cameras but for some reason I could never justify it. That was until recently. I finally caved and snagged a used X100F. It’s only been a few weeks but my god the X100F it the greatest thing I have ever held in my hands. It’s absolutely perfect.
Ever since switching to shooting Fujifilm JPEGs, I’ve been experimenting with different film simulations. I’ve been trying to fill those six custom settings with a wide range of simulations that cover almost all situations. In the almost never ending quest for perfection, I’ve moved on… Read More »The Fujifilm Forest Film Simulation
It’s time to let the cat out of the bag. If you’ve been following me on Twitter or Instagram, you’ll know that I recently caved and bought the Fujifilm 35mm f/1.4. With a reputation for being legendary, this is one of Fujifilm’s oldest lenses and… Read More »Fujifilm 35mm f/1.4: The Magic Has Arrived
Around a year ago, just before my first trip to the USA, I finally took the plunge and landed my hands on one of Fujifilm’s holy grails; the 16mm f/1.4 lens. The question I can’t quite remember the answer to is why? I already had… Read More »My Impressions of the Fujifilm 16mm f/1.4
Back in 2018 I was living full-time in a tiny Mazda E2000 travelling Australia with my now wife Emma. Back in 2018 I was living the dream. For those even beginning to contemplate vanlife in Australia, let me tell you this now, it was the… Read More »Vanlife in Australia: A Journal
The queen of all colours is black. Black and white photography is simple but full of soul. With no distractions, seeing a city in monochrome allows for the focus to be on lighting, on textures, on contrast. I’ve been shooting so much more of my… Read More »The Monochrome Cities: Melbourne