Vancouver Moments with the ACROS film simulation

Vancouver Moments with the ACROS film simulation

The mission was simple: take the Fuji X-Pro2 with the XF 35mm F1.4 and head downtown to capture some Vancouver moments using the latest ACROS film simulation from Fuji. We were after strong shadows, noticeable highlights and most importantly captivating scenes. We have already had a chance to shoot with this new film simulation and [...]

Photographic Retreat with the X-Pro2 or: How to choose a camera?

Photographic Retreat with the X-Pro2 or: How to choose a camera?

Last time we had a good time (and a laugh) having a conversation with the X-Pro2. We received great feedback for which we are both very grateful.   Today we will continue to cover this new camera but we’ll approach the subject in a slightly different way. Each time a new camera hits the market the [...]

A Summary of 2015 and our Favourite Images of the Year

A Summary of 2015 and our Favourite Images of the Year

As this year comes to an end it is our turn to look back. Although 2014 was a year of transformation, search and renewal, this year could best be described as full-steam ahead. Our way of seeing has evolved and become more demanding. The general appeal of pretty, attractive, colourful and easy has gradually been [...]

THE XF 90mm F2 – THE MUST-HAVE COMPANION FOR A PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER

Those of you who are familiar with our approach to photography know that our bag contains the XF 14mm F2.8 lens, XF 35mm F1.4 and XF 56mm F1.2 along with the second camera/lens – the Fuji X100S. This setup not only contains one of the finest XF lenses with but also covers 99% of our [...]

Summary of 2014 and our favourite images of the year

Summary of 2014 and our favourite images of the year

First, we would like to thank you all for your continuous support and for taking moments from your valuable day to view our imagery and read our essays. We especially want to thank you for finding time to write a few words of commentary and for sharing your stories and experiences. We read every comment [...]

The Freedom Camera – A personal rant about the Fuji X100T

Disclaimer: If you are looking for an objective, technical-oriented review you won’t find it here. Photography is an art and as a result personal emotions and experiences play a vital role. Therefore, the views presented here are only mine. They are deeply personal and biased and that’s how it should be. I have never been [...]