After reading so many other bloggers, vloggers and reviews on this cult camera, I decided to finally push the shutter and bought the X100F. I have been dreaming of having the X100F as a "2nd Camera" to complement my Fujifilm X-Pro2. I thought it would help to have a smaller camera to take with me everywhere and help improve my photography as well as catch moments on the run.
Follow my photorgaphic worldwind adventure through Iceland. With only 5 days, one tiny campervan and a goal of doing the entire ring road, see how I saw as many sights as a I could, detailing my route, learnings, tips and some of my favourite images. Iceland, for me the the most beautiful country in the world and a photographers paradise.
In my opinion one of the best vantage points to capture New York's Skyline is from Top of The Rock, However being so popular, this means trying to get the shot in summer and at sunset is not easy due to the crazy crowds. Read on to hear about my experience and see some of the images captured as I followed the sun go down over the big apple.
So in 2016 I made the switch from Canon to Fuji and decided to make a concerted effort to improve my travel photography and post my adventures on Instagram. My Instagram was subsequently found by Fujifilm Australia and they reached out to feature and intereview me. Follow the link to see the full interview and featured photos on Fujifilms website
For my first blog post, I would like to write a review on the camera that got me back into Photography. After not touching my Canon DSLR for 18 months, I knew it was time for a change and once I saw the beautiful Fujifilm X-Pro2, I knew this rangefinder style camera was the one for me. One year on, I thought I would share my first photos taken with the camera and talk about what I love and dont love about Fujifilm's flagship iconic camera.