My top three Fujifilm lenses I own or have used.

Although I’ve only been with Fujifilm for around three years, I have used and owned many X-Mount lenses, from cheap manual lenses, to adapted vintage glass through XC and XF lenses. Let’s look at my top three lenses that I recommend. 3… Fujifilm XF18-135mm I’m not going to lie, when I first had this lensContinue reading “My top three Fujifilm lenses I own or have used.”

The advantages (and disadvantages) of using prime lenses.

I’ve talked about prime lenses a lot in this blog, from the idea that people think you miss shots with a prime lens, how to improve your photography with a prime lens and how 35mm is the perfect length prime if it’s the only other lens you own, plus I’ve mentioned them a lot more.Continue reading “The advantages (and disadvantages) of using prime lenses.”

Why use fisheye lenses?

Fisheye lenses are the one lens that can really divide opinion more than any other. It’s truly a love or hate relationship, but are they really misunderstood? We look at circular and rectilinear fisheye lenses so that you can get a very understanding of life with a fisheye lens. First things first, as mentioned above,Continue reading “Why use fisheye lenses?”

Cure Your GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome)

GAS is a horrible thing. “Gear Acquisition Syndrome” is when you feel the urge to constantly buy cameras, lenses or other photography equipment. There’s no stopping you, it’s like a crazy drug taking over your body. With this article, we’ll look at curing this awful disease. I’ve had GAS really bad. During my Nikon days,Continue reading “Cure Your GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome)”

Improve your photography with a prime lens

A lot of people fail to understand how using a prime lens can make you a better photographer than you are at the moment. There’s a mindset that believes that you are constrained by using a single focal length, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. In this article I’ll explain why using aContinue reading “Improve your photography with a prime lens”