During this episode, I talk with Zürich based street and documentary photographer Jens Krauer about, cameras, creativity, passion, the power of still imagery, Fujifilm, shooting aerials from the open window of my 1947 bush plane, my own journey with photography, my passion for teaching fellow Fuji users and what it takes to be a pro photographer and successful blogger in today’s world.
I also discuss my forays into shooting video, which is a very new thing for me. Having just shot my first professional video project using the X-T3, I share my thoughts about shooting video vs stills and where I see myself going with this now that I’ve peeked into Pandora’s Box.
I really enjoyed my extended conversation with Jens, we dove into a wide variety of topics. In fact, after we finished recording the episode last month, we continued our discussion for another 45 minutes.
FUJILOVE is without a doubt one of the best online resources for Fuji shooters and so I’m psyched that they were finally able to fit me in on the podcast.
The new October 2018 Revision contains full info on the X-T3, as well as the X-H1 and all the recent firmware updates that have been released during the past six months.
The X-T3 has a whole bunch of new settings, including PRE-SHOT ES, COLOR CHROME EFFECT, D-RANGE PRIORITY, B&W ADJ., and a huge humber of new video features.
I cover every new feature on the X-T3, and I also cover all of the settings on the X-H1. The X-H1 was released right when I was about to release my last update, so I only mentioned a few key points. This update includes the full list of settings and menu items.
If you have an X-T3, X-T2, X-H1, X-Pro2, X-T20, X-E3 and X100F, there’s a lot of new and relevant information for you inside this brand new version of X SERIES UNLIMITED.
If you have an older Fuji, like an X-T1, X-T10 or X-Pro1, any of the X-A series or the new X-T100 & XF10, my book is still highly relevant to you, because many of the Fuji settings are coming to all models, even the original X100 and X10. There’s a ton of info that will help you get the most from your camera, customize it to your own style and expand your creativity.
X SERIES UNLIMITED has been a labor of love for me. I wrote it last year to help my fellow Fuji users better understand what their cameras are capable of, and in just a few months, it became a hugely successful, GO-TO guide for X SERIES photographers all over the world. It’s introduced me to even more Fuji shooters and has allowed me to connect with photographers I might not ever have met. In that way, it’s been a very fulfilling journey for me as well.
The new version is available today, so if you purchase the book for the first time, you’ll be getting the latest information, and you’ll also receive future update for free.
If you’ve already purchased the eBook version of X SERIES UNLIMITED, then the update is free. You should have already received an email notification and download link.
Or, just take these peoples’ word for it that X SERIES UNLIMITED is an essential investment for all Fujifilm X SERIES shooters and order your copy right now. I promise, you won’t be disappointed.
Thanks. The ebook is fantastic. It provides answers and tips to help me get the most from my X-T20.
I purchased your X-Series Unlimited ebook and have spent a little time each night reading with the camera in front of me. It has been very helpful. You do certainly have an interesting life style and I do enjoying checking out where you have been, along with seeing your photos.
Also, I find I'm not as hung up on always shooting RAW. Shooting JPEG and playing with the simulations, bracketing and adjustments was something I picked up from you.
Your book is of tremendous help and it ranks as my number one reference guide in my iBooks library.
In this 2,800 word article, I talk about my early days with outdoor photography, what inspired me, the challenges I faced when I first turned pro, my transition to using Fujifilm gear, some of my personal benchmarks with photography and advice I would give to younger photographers who are just starting their journey with photography.
Based in Ayrshire on the west coast of Scotland, Landscape Photography Magazine is an excellent publication that runs and hosts all kinds of great photography content, including interviews, tips articles, reviews, eBooks and travel photography guides, and listings for photo workshops around the world.
You can even submit your own images and articles to LPM for consideration in future issues. Overall, LPM is an awesome resource and you could easily fritter away tons of otherwise valuable work time perusing their site and learning new photography techniques to try after work.
I’m excited to be one of the guests on the latest B&H Photography Podcast! The title of this episode is Why Do You Love Photography, and it’s timed to coincide with the FUJIFILM X-H1 Sweepstakes they’re running right now. In this …Continue reading →
Yesterday I did a webinar with Rocky Nook called 5 Things You Should Know About Your Fujifilm X Series Cameras. I’m proud to report that we had a record breaking audience with the highest viewership of any of Rocky Nook’s previous web …Continue reading →
NOTE: This webinar is now over. However, you’ll be able to watch the replay on YouTube. Visit this post to see the video and read about how the event went. This Wednesday at 11:00AM PST, I’ll be doing a free live webinar with Mercedes …Continue reading →
Yesterday, I did a podcast with Aaron King and Brendan Porter from PhotogAdventures.com. We had a great time talking about photography, Scotland, bike riding, getting off the beaten path, Fuji cameras, aerial photography, and a number of other fun topics we …Continue reading →