• […] Download my free eBook, FUJI TIPS and TRICKS. It's a 5,000-word guidebook that's designed to help you get the most from your Fuji X Series camera.  […]

  • Soon S Yeong says:


  • Hans Åge Stampe says:

    Looking forward to read your Tips and Tricks Fujii book!
    Besrt regards!
    H. Stampe

  • Jamie says:

    Still have not bought the camera but will!

  • […] Dan Bailey released his top 10 favorite tips and tricks as a free E-book if you sign up for his newsletter. It’s 26 pages long and includes some good tips for people new to the Fuji X system. If you’re interested you can find a copy here. […]

  • Lambert says:

    Great pictures, great info

  • Antonio M. Rosario says:

    I’ll take a copy.

  • Gene O says:

    Will be buying a x30 shortly and would like any help I can get in understanding the camera.

  • Giuseppe Grimaldi says:

    Thanks for sharing ! I own X-t1 and x-e2


  • Aldion says:

    I need the ebook for fujifilm x tips and trick.

  • Phil Smith says:

    Hi Dan. I subscribed but the confirmation email did not contain a link to the download. Can you help please.

  • John Bown says:

    Hi Dan, I like your work.
    I’m still getting to grips with my X10, XT1 & GSW690iii

  • Dan says:

    Thanks John! Both the X-T1 and X-T10 are great cameras. I hope my guide helps you get a better handle on what they can do.

  • Dan says:

    Hi Phil, Sorry for the confusion. I see your name, so I’ll just try and re-add you. Look for another confirmation email; click that and it will send you to the page where you can get the guide.

  • Dan says:

    Aldion, if you already filled in your name and email, check your inbox for the confirmation email. Once you activate your subscription, you’ll get the link for the tips guide. If you don’t this email, contact me direction and I’ll get it sorted out. Thanks!

  • Phil Smith says:

    Dan – the link to the ebook has worked now. Thanks for your help.

  • vorakorn says:

    Hi Dan. I subscribed but the confirmation email did not contain a link to the download… Please help…

    Thank you for the useful information…

  • Dan says:

    Vorakorn, I see that you’re subscribed- were you able to get the download link?

  • vorakorn says:

    Yes, I got the ebook and had read it already. It’s very useful tips and tricks. Thank you very much Dan.

  • Tony Turley says:

    Just subscribing to the newsletter . . . I just started using Fuji cameras within the last few months, after years of using Sony, Pentax, and Olympus. Really like the IQ and character I’m getting from Fuji.

  • Tony Turley says:

    Dan, I purchased one of your e-books and subscribed to the newsletter, but have not received a download link for the tips book.


  • Dan says:

    Hi Tony- Awesome! Which camera(s) are you using?

  • Dan says:

    Tony, I’ll add you to the list manually and make sure you’re subscribed. Look for a new confirmation email from me.

  • Tony Turley says:

    Hi Dan. I’ve tried to answer your question from 6/22 a couple of times, but I think my browser and your site may not be playing nicely. I’m using an X-T1 and X30. I’ve also had an X100 and X-E1 briefly, but sold them recently.

  • […] Did you enjoy reading this post? If you’d like to stay updated and get exclusive content, sign up for my newsletter over on the sidebar. If you’re an X Series shooter, or are curious about the system, download my free PDF guide, FUJIFILM Tips And Tricks: My 10 Favorite Settings for the X Series Cameras.  […]

  • Luke says:

    I subscribed but the confirmation email did not contain a link to the download.
    Am I doing something wrong?

  • Dan says:

    Luke – Email sent. -Dan

  • Rubens says:

    Hi Dan,

    Thank you for offering your Fuji e-book. I subscribed to your blog but did not get a link to download it.

  • Dan says:

    Rubens, I resent the confirmation link- you should see it in your inbox. Thanks, Dan

  • […] you don’t want to read the manual, Google it. If you’re a Fuji X Series user, you’ll want to check out my free Fujifilm Tips and Trick…. If you’re a total beginner, I recommend checking out Digital Photography School’s […]

  • Ueli Zulauf says:

    Thanks for offering your expertise on Fujifilm X cameras and all the excellent pictures

  • […] Here’s a list of the 10 best selling lenses for the X Series cameras. Keep in mind, this is just want people are buying right now, and we shouldn’t forget about the incredible workhorse 50-140mm f/2.8 lens. Note, that a one of them is actually a third party lens. If you’re a Fuji user, you’ll want to download my free PDF guide to the X Series: FUJIFILM Tips and Tricks: My 10 Favorite Settings for the X Series Cameras. […]

  • max moccia says:

    grazie per il tuo lavoro. Spero mi sia di aiuto per utilizzare al meglio la mia nuova XT2

  • Dan says:

    Grazie per il tuo commento, spero che vi piaccia il nuovo X-T2! Cosa ti piace fotografare?

  • Martin Ziaja says:

    Hi Dan,
    I really like your site and would like to get the ebook – but here I can’t find a link to subscribe…?
    Regards from Germany

  • Dan says:

    Hi Martin, Thanks! I manually subscribed you- Watch for the confirmation email in your inbox. When you click the link, you’ll get the download link for the guide. What Fuji camera are you shooting with and what kind of photography do you like to shoot? -Dan

  • Martin Ziaja says:

    Hi Dan,
    thanks for adding me to the newsletter – I just got the email and downloaded the ebook immediately. Still working parallel with DSLRs (Canon fullframe) and Fuji X-T20 (now, before that the X-T10), I wonder if daring the jump to fully use Fuji X cameras… I do a lot of work for architectural and tourism clients and still some wedding and portrait work. But my heart beats for landscape photography. So choosing “the” right camera for all of these purposes is a quite impossible task… 🙂

  • Christian says:

    Thanks for sharing Dan!

  • Christian says:

    Thanks for sharing, Dan!

  • Gary says:

    sign me up; former Nikon D810 and D4 user

  • Gary says:

    I too did not get a link for the 10 favorite settings. Thanks

  • Dan says:

    Gary, I manually signed you up for the guide. Look for a confirmation email from me. -Thanks, Dan

  • Gary says:

    Dan, thank you for the link. There is a lot of excellent information in your guide, and I am grateful. I am switching over to the X-T2 shortly after being a life-long Nikon user.I just can’t take the weight any longer, when carrying two cameras and a 24-70 F2.8 and 70-200 F2.8 lenses, working professionally.

    BTW, what lenses would you recommend for the above equivalent lenses?

  • Ken says:

    Please sign me up for your Fuji newsletter. I do not see the link anywhere.
    Thank you.

  • Dan says:

    Done. 🙂 Look for the confirmation email from me in your inbox. Thanks for signing up!

  • Ginger Morgan says:

    Hi Dan,
    I signed up for your newsletter, but don’t seem to be able to download the Fuji newsletter. I’m particularly interested in this as I’m hoping to invest in my very first mirrorless camera and really considering the Fuji range.
    Many thanks

  • Andreas says:

    signing up, looking forward to reading the free fuji book 🙂
    thanx 🙂

  • Ignacio Noriega says:

    Hi Dan, I recently purchased your X Series Unlimited ebook and today I subscribed to your blog but I have not received an email with the download link.

  • Dan says:

    Ignacio – Message sent.

  • […] Finally, and this is the most important thing, don’t put too much pressure on yourself, just try to have fun with it. There are way too many ‘serious’ photographers out there who can easily convince beginners that they need to worry about stuff that is really not that important. It is photography, not rocket science. There is no right and wrong. Yes, there are certain fundamentals you should try to follow, but in the end, if you are out there having fun and you like your pictures, then you are doing it right. To everyone starting out with Fujifilm, follow my blog and download my free Fujifilm Tips and Tricks guide. […]

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