Fujifilm X100F Does Macro – Igor Vyvey

Welcome to another great instalment of our Fuji X Aus blog. We live in a crazy time of dodging a deadly virus and self-isolation. It is refreshing to hear stories of photographers getting out there and doing their thing! Today, we hear from Igor Vyvey about his amazing macro photography. All shot with an X-H1 … Continue reading Fujifilm X100F Does Macro – Igor Vyvey

Peak Design Repair Experience – Robin Mascall

I use a Peak Design 20L Everyday Backpack for my camera gear, and it comes with me to work, and everywhere I go. It’s a fantastic bag, it features enough pockets for spare batteries, filters and cables. Inside the main compartment, there are 3 adjustable folding shelves. These are fantastic! They are held in by … Continue reading Peak Design Repair Experience – Robin Mascall

Kevin Case – Perfecting Product Photography – Fuji X Aus

We have all done it. Dabbled I mean. No harm in trying things out, right? But sometimes, despite your efforts, it just doesn't feel like the genre suits you. Or you don’t suit the genre. I have dabbled in product photography when the need arises. And that is mostly to provide images for a blog … Continue reading Kevin Case – Perfecting Product Photography – Fuji X Aus

Long Exposure Tip – A Must Know – Harmeet Gabha

In today's blog I present to you long time Fuji X Aus member Harmeet Gabha.  I have long admired his work and also his desire to share his knowledge and processes with others via his YouTube channel. This kind of work is essential to support other photographers that are new to the field or seeking … Continue reading Long Exposure Tip – A Must Know – Harmeet Gabha

Word on the street! A street photographer’s story – Trinh Le

I like to consider myself a street photographer. I do all other sorts of photography – parties, events, travel, landscape, portraits and more. But what I love most is street photography. That is my central groove. It is my art. That is what got me into photography in the first place. It got me out … Continue reading Word on the street! A street photographer’s story – Trinh Le

Word on the street! A street photographer’s story – Abdullah Kececi

I like to consider myself a street photographer. I do all other sorts of photography – parties, events, travel, landscape, portraits and more. But what I love most is street photography. That is my central groove. It is my art. That is what got me into photography in the first place. It got me out … Continue reading Word on the street! A street photographer’s story – Abdullah Kececi

Word on the street! A street photographer’s story – Francis Gorrez

I like to consider myself a street photographer. I do all other sorts of photography – parties, events, travel, landscape, portraits and more. But what I love most is street photography. That is my central groove. It is my art. That is what got me into photography in the first place. It got me out … Continue reading Word on the street! A street photographer’s story – Francis Gorrez

Word on the street! – A street photographers’ story – Justin Curtis

I like to consider myself a street photographer. I do all other sorts of photography - parties, events, travel, landscape, portraits and more. But what I love most is street photography. That is my central groove. It is my art. That is what got me into photography in the first place. It got me out … Continue reading Word on the street! – A street photographers’ story – Justin Curtis

Teeny Weeny Worlds – Macro Photography with Igor Vyvey

The Fuji X Aus Facebook group has some incredibly talented members that shoot in a broad range of styles and genres. One such genre has a very unique and patient group of photographers that are happy to work in the minute world of Macro! The most appealing part of macro photography to me is that … Continue reading Teeny Weeny Worlds – Macro Photography with Igor Vyvey

FXA Perth landscape photography workshop experiences and my lessons learned – Janice Kho

Landscape photography has become one of my favourite genres of photography since I changed over to the Fujifilm X mirrorless camera system. It’s hard to go wrong with the combination of experiencing nature and its beauty with the creativity of photography. When I heard from our fellow FXA Perth reps Gus and Chong that they … Continue reading FXA Perth landscape photography workshop experiences and my lessons learned – Janice Kho