While I wish there was the “perfect” camera bag that would meet all my needs, I know the reality is you may need more than one camera bag to ensure you have the right bag for the right purpose/job. I have been following Wandrd for the last few of years and always had my eye … Continue reading Wandrd Duo backpack – Dual purpose bag for travel and client work
From time to time members of the Fuji X Aus community become members and then take up long term commitments in other countries. Some may even be forced to flee Australia for tax avoidance. We don’t ask too many questions. Fortunately, we are a forgiving bunch and allow these members to continue to be a … Continue reading Portraits From Afar – International Mystery Man Edition – Robert Owen Jones
Welcome back to the second entry in our series - Flying High With The Fujifilm X Series. No doubt you have seen examples of aerial photography. And we are not just talking about drone footage here. We are talking about photographers getting up amongst the clouds and taking some seriously amazing shots of landscape and … Continue reading Flying High With the Fujifilm X Series – Mati Beetson on Aerial Photography
On a recent long weekend trip to Singapore, I met up with Singaporean Fujifilm X Photographer Ivan for a morning photowalk around Little India.
Welcome one and all to a new year of blogs and content on the Fuji X Aus site made especially for the Fuji X Aus community. 2019! When I was a kid, 2019 was the far distant future where we all had flying cars and jetpacks. Whilst no jetpack, not to worry, as we have access … Continue reading Antelope Canyon – The Magic & The Reality – Stephen Vincent-Grace
Like many of you, I have some photographers that I follow on various social media channels. I follow some because they have a really unique style or approach to a genre of photography. Others I follow because they photograph parts of the world that interest me or places I too have been and photographed. Some … Continue reading Fuji X Aus Mystery Member – Tongue Bui
Glamourous Camping or Glamping as it's known as has always been something I wanted to experience for a long time, fortunately, that opportunity presented itself through the Fuji X Aus community. Big thanks and shout out to Ian Tan for organising and putting it together, Dale Rogers from Photo Rangers for being our tour guide, … Continue reading Glamping with Fuji X Aus
Usually when I enter a scene to photograph, first thing I do is to just walk around the place to identify the vantage points. This stage is crucial in any image making process. In contrast to many other photography genres, Travel, documentary or street photography does not have the luxury of planning ahead of the … Continue reading THE SEARCH – A DECISIVE MOMENT.
Welcome to another instalment in my ongoing, and quite possibly lifelong, series about how I deal with my withdrawals from Japan. As in actually being in Japan, absorbing and experiencing its absurdly amazing culture. In past entries I have spoken about how I have used my photography and in particular printed images to help inspire, […] … Continue reading How I deal with my withdrawals from Japan – EAT! — Greg Cromie Photography
Well now I have gone and done it! One minute I am in self imposed exile feeling like I will never take a photo again let alone travel, and the next I am dreaming of Kyoto. I last visited Kyoto in 2016 when I travelled between Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima. It was an amazing trip […] … Continue reading Dreaming of Kyoto — Greg Cromie Photography