Some photographers spend their days waiting, some spend their lives waiting. Some spend their hours crafting and creating, some document from distance and there are those who record, who impose and intrude.
For some it is a release, an adventure of sorts. There are those who are practice in private and some who flaunt exuberance and flair in such lavish styles. There are those to which photography is a commercially driven need.
Photography can create celebrity or convey the downfalls of empires.
They say the art of genius is to make the complex simple. So, it might not be so easy to explain why I simply love the X-Pro.
For me, in a camera, I look for a companion along a journey. If my X-Pro could talk, I only wonder of the stories it would tell…
Along with Alex Lambrechts, Kevin Mullins & David Cleland, I am super delighted to have an image in the 2014 Fuji Film X-Photographers Book
Mixed Lighting & the X-Pro
Fuji – Just another camera company?
The Fuji, The Filters and the Tripod
Fuji Mount Plate – Swiss
The Best Camera is …..
Room 517 – X-Pro
Fuji Interview with Photo Pro Magazine
Please enjoy and share these images as much as we have enjoyed making them.
I have tried to include as much as I can can from locations such as Marrakech, London, Washington DC, New York, Bristol, Virginia, Birmingham among many other cities and towns.
We love using the CSC Tripod (Keith) from 3 Legged thing and the Lee Filter Seven 5 CSC size Filter kit. We also use the Pocket Wizard TT5 Flash Sync & Lexar Class 10 Memory cards. All this kit and more packs into the Billingham 307 bags, or the Hadley Pro for smaller kit trips.
As many you know, I totally love my X-Pro 1. The 35mm, 18mm, 60mm and 18-55mm lenses in this gallery and I look forward to testing out the new 55-200mm as soon as I can.