Nearly a Decade with Fuji - Looking Back!

June 30, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Monkey See, Monkey Do - Street seller, Holy Spring water Temple, Bali, Indonesia, 2019 - Fuji X-T2 & 16-55 2.8 zoom I recently watched a vlog from a top Nat. Geo. Editor – she was giving advice on how to set up ones photographic website. She discussed everything from layout, colour schemes, font sizes and punchy images. I implemented a lot of what...
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Fuji X-H1 - Fuji's Enigma!

June 05, 2019  •  3 Comments
Fire Aftermath. Fuji X-H1, 90mm @ F2, ISO 400 This is a short-ish blog with some musings about my latest acquisition – the Fuji X-H1. I must have read and listened to just about every blog and VLog online, in relation to the purchase of a X-H1. I heard/read everything from rave reviews to comments like ‘…..Fuji should never have released this came...
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Fuji X-T2 Explores Malaysia - a Very Reluctant Journey!

February 01, 2019  •  2 Comments
The Reviving - Pilgrim near the top of Batu Caves, Thaipusam Ceremony, Malaysia, 2019 - Fuji X-T2 & 16-55, 16mm @ 2.8, ISO 5,000 A Different Destination I’ve just returned recently from my annual sojourn with my Fuji’s – exploring this wonderful planet. As a teacher in Australia, I get six weeks holiday at Christmas each year, so I was very excit...
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Fuji Xf 23mm F2 and Xf 18-55 – the Woeful and the Sublime!

December 07, 2018  •  8 Comments
The Fairy - street face painting, Goldfields, Western Australia, 2018 - Fuji X-T2, 16-55, 51mm @ 2.8 Perfecting the system Those of you who have followed my previous blogs will realise my journey with Fuji has evolved over many years. My recent blogs have reflected the fact that I have settled into a great system and have finally honed my choice...
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Hua Lamphong (Bangkok Railway) – and who said I need a X-T3?

October 25, 2018  •  6 Comments
Station Master controlling the train, Hua Lamphong, Bangkok, Thailand, 2018 (Fuji X-T2 and XF 90mm @ F2) Where We recently had school holidays in Western Australia so my wife and I escaped our claustrophobic, desert, gold-mining town and headed to Thailand for two weeks. My highlight was the final five or six days in Bangkok, because my wife had...
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