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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Powerful Travel and Street Images - My Settings!

June 13, 2018  •  4 Comments
A Nation's Culture - Aboriginal Woman, Goldfields, Western Australia, 2018. Fuji X-T2, XF16-55, ISO320, F2.8, 120th sec, 16mm Kissing Grandma Notwithstanding the wonderful memories of my childhood growing up in New Zealand, there was one annual ritual that I am sure has left me emotionally and psychologically scarred for life. Come each Christmas...
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Street and Travel Photography – A New Approach with Fujifilm

April 19, 2018  •  4 Comments
Fergal McCleary 'Completion' - Worshiper bathing in the Holy Spring Water Temple, Istana Tampak Siring, Bali, Indonesia, 2016. Fuji X-T1, XF 18-135mm lens. I have too many years under my belt now to dare count them all. However, one thing that never fades with the decades is the memory of my wonderful childhood growing up in New Zealand. We were...
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Fujinon XF16-55 f2.8 – Dating the Prom Queen!!

March 14, 2018  •  1 Comment
'Stella' - candid street portrait, Western Australia, 2018. Fuji X-T2, XF 16-55, 16mm @F2.8 I have written a lot about my different lenses over the years, and I even mentioned the 16-55 lens on my last blog relating to my seven year journey with Fujifilm. I am currently halfway through writing my most recent blog regarding the new style of street...
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Fujifilm - My Journey From Frustration To Competency

January 21, 2018  •  9 Comments
A Quick Overview Dreams Aloft - Sky Lantern Festival, Taiwan, 2017 If you have been following my blogs over the years you will have noticed that my ‘journey’ with Fuji has been quite a protracted learning curve. Without going over old ground too much - (you can go back and read all of the various stories in full detail on my old blogs), I first d...
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