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I received the Fujifilm XF100-400 F/4.5-5.6 zoom lens from Fuji (not sponsored, I requested it as part of the Fuji Photographers programme I'm in). And so I went to test it in the woods even though I don't normally photograph much wildlife. I had an idea for a photo of the full moon (more on that during the video) as you know that I'm always keen on a good moon

February's full moon is called a Snow Moon and here you will see the full Snow Moon moonset in London, right between the City skyscrapers. And if you have been following me for some time, you know I'm a sucker for a good moon photo. The moon is in fact featured a lot in this blog: Photo Mission: Moonrise (YouTube)Going After the Super Snow MoonOn The Hunt For The Super

Once again, I found that I had used one of the Instagram banned hashtag. Now, this has nothing to do with the infamous "shadowban" practice controversy. I simply noticed a slight drop in engagement compared to previous posts, so I decided to investigate a little. Turns out that the hashtag #sunriselovers had been flagged for inappropriate content. Which meant that it was not generating any engagement because my post was

Yesterday, during their X-Summit, Fujifilm officially announced the new GFX100S and it's a beauty! It's the fourth large format mirrorless camera from Fujifilm and really it is the best yet. It is incredible how much punch is packed in this tiny body. Still with all the great features and excellence of this large format sensor. But in less than 1kg and with much better ergonomics! And of course the well-known

If you ever wanted to become a better Photographer, there is one thing you need to start doing, right now. Particularly when you're starting this new career, it's very easy to fall into traps. You buy a new camera, because you saw all the great examples of what it can do in YouTube videos or Instagram posts, and you go straight out capturing everything you see. You find your photographer

Why I shoot with Fujifilm cameras and how did I decide to be a full time Fujifilm photographer are really the two questions people ask me most frequently. As I'm spending more time in the studio now, because of the lockdown, this is a chance for another talking head video and the time to answer these recurring questions. Some background I've been shooting with digital cameras for more than 20 years