Landscape Photography – Nature’s Rebirth – Murray Lowe

Many of us enjoy getting out and about and shooting landscape photography. It is a fulfilling and relaxing genre that gets us out of the confines of our lives and explore the countryside.  But what if you found yourself witnessing the aftermath of one of the worst natural disasters on record. A situation that has … Continue reading Landscape Photography – Nature’s Rebirth – Murray Lowe

Shooting the stars! A Concert Photographers Journey – Darren Chan

Imagine yourself being front and centre at a packed venue. On stage is an amazing live band. You have better than front row access. And you are drenched in sweat, some yours, some the bands. Your ears are pounding. The lighting flicks from full dark to dim, to bright glare and back in the space … Continue reading Shooting the stars! A Concert Photographers Journey – Darren Chan

Fujifilm X100F

My initial impressions of the Fujifilm X100F

The Fujifilm X100F is Fujifilm's fix focal lens crop sensor camera offering. the X100 series was the camera that first Fujifilm camera that caught my eye when I started looking into the mirrorless camera systems. When I had an opportunity to borrow the X100F, I was eager to try it out. I have decided to … Continue reading My initial impressions of the Fujifilm X100F

The Atrium, Perth

One Saturday morning in Perth with the 14mm f2.8 lens

As promised in a previous blog post, I've put together a series of images I took during a morning walk around Perth city a few weekends ago while the city was still asleep. I was try some architecture and street shooting with the lens and I was very pleased with the results of the 14mm … Continue reading One Saturday morning in Perth with the 14mm f2.8 lens

Word on the street! – A street photographers’ story – John St

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 – John St

Portraits From Afar – International Mystery Man Edition – Robert Owen Jones

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

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

People With Cameras 2019 – Fujifilm Australia x Fuji X Aus

A couple of years ago, not long after I joined the Fuji X Aus Facebook community, I attended an event called People With Cameras (PWC). It was an event held here in Melbourne and in Sydney. For Melbourne, it was located in the Carlton Gardens next to the Melbourne Museum. The purpose of PWC was … Continue reading People With Cameras 2019 – Fujifilm Australia x Fuji X Aus

Flying High With the Fujifilm X Series – Mati Beetson on Aerial​ Photography

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