Last Sunday (the 12th) was my annual trip to photograph the stars arriving for the British Academy Film Awards which, this year, took place at The Royal Albert Hall. As usual I was shooting on on Fujifilm X-Series, mostly the X-T1 and 50-140 with some on the 56mm mounted on a second X-t1. The wide … Continue reading BAFTA’s 2017 – A monochrome slide show
The Names BOND.
Just a quick post of some of the work I shot last night at the World Premiere of the latest Bond film SPECTRE. Really just to give an idea of typical work and results. Not really a blog post, just a "did this with these cameras" Apart from one shot, they were all shot on … Continue reading The Names BOND.
WOMAD: Rain, Sun, Rain & 50-140
As mentioned in my last post, I spent the weekend at WOMAD where it tipped down for one day, was sunny the next and finished with more rain on the third. I was covering it with my Fuji kit plus a borrowed 50-140/2.8 and in these conditions they got a thorough workout! First up, apologies for mixing monochrome and colour images … Continue reading WOMAD: Rain, Sun, Rain & 50-140
Starting at the beginning: Journey to Fuji (s)
Maybe the best place to start this new blog is at the beginning. Why did I start using Fuji's and what has led me to this point. I'm not going to try to explain why these cameras are able to produce such high quality images from what seems comparatively small bodies and lenses, if you want … Continue reading Starting at the beginning: Journey to Fuji (s)