It is pretty hard not to love Fujifilm’s film simulation modes. More than just a fancy name for art filters, these modes actually give your Fujifilm JPGs a distinctive “filmic look” that harks back to the company’s glory days as a film manufacturer. We have Provia, which is your standard simulation mode with very neutral, true-to-life colours. […]
A few months ago, on a cold foggy morning, Mathieu and I were sitting on a train to Milano, twiddling our thumbs in anticipation of our first meeting with the Fuji X Series Club Italia, a Facebook group which has grown to include nearly 3,000 members from all over Italy and the world. Little did […]
The Fujifilm X100s was a joint purchase Mat and I made when we first began Mirrorlessons. Along with the OM-D E-M5, it is probably the one camera we’ve talked about the most. And yet, I’ve oddly spent very little time with it. This is partially due to the fact that Mat frequently has the camera […]
One of the reason I love going on holiday so much is that I’m completely free to approach my photography as I like, without the constraints of work, client demands and a busy schedule. It is also the perfect time to work on personal projects.
Last week, post-processing tool designer Rebecca Lily sent me her new Pro Set II presets for Adobe Lightroom and ACR, developed primarly for the Fuji X-Trans Sensor (X100s, X-Pro1, X-E1, etc.). Since Fuji digital cameras have a colour rendition more similar to film than other digital sensors (especially to Fujifilm and in particular the Fuji Pro […]