Peerspace Magazine published an article entitled “The 8 Best Landscape Photographers in Providence.” I was honored to have been selected. Thank you Peerspace!
The cancellation of travel plans during COVID has had at least one positive effect; I has forced me to re-explore and discover my own state of Rhode Island.
I’ve doubled down on my photography, and Fujifilm obsession, and purchased a used Fujifilm GFX 50S, which has become my perfect camera!
Using the Fujifilm 56mm f1.2 for landscape photography is a zen-like experience for both subject and self-isolation.
Is the Pergear 25mm f1.8 manual focus lens good enough? I tested this inexpensive lens on a Fujifilm X-E3 camera to find out.
For anyone who wants an Arca-Swiss plate for their X-T3, the FOTOMIX CW-LB-XT3 quick release plate does the job exceptionally well and costs under $20.
The Fujifilm X100 series of cameras has me rethinking my photography and questioning how much gear do I really need?
The Fujifilm X100S’ build and image quality holds up well today. It is small enough to go places, good enough to get the job done, and is a bargain.
With its black and white film simulations, Fujis produce beautiful monochromatic images, but add an infrared filter to push your black and white images further.
I’ve developed an unhealthy fondness for my X-Pro2. I’ve gone over the edge, and started playing dress-up with my camera and accessorizing.