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  • Raymond says:

    Hi dan, I really enjoyed the work you do and learning alot from your tips. I am still learning and is awesome to follow your work. Such an inspiration and motivation for me as I have started my outdoor business venture in Fiji island Oceania. If you ever visit Fiji in the future feel free to contact me on my email address. Hope one day I could attend on one of your workshops and be a part of a workshop adventure. Thanks ray.

  • Gary Wright says:

    It would be helpful to someone considering buying your ebook if there was some way to look at a couple of sample pages.

    Whether I can get any benefit from technical writing depends on the writing style and the quality of the illustrations, both of which can best be determined by flipping through a few pages. Thanks, -gw

  • Brendan says:

    Hi Dan,
    somewhere on your you have info the film simulations , can you tell me what section there under ?
    Regards Brendan

  • Dan says:

    Hi Brendan, Here is the link to my blog post where I cover the film simulations. It includes the embedded YouTube video lesson I recently did about this topic:

  • Ken Walker says:

    Hi Dan. Would you know if the 18-135 mm is suitable to use on Fuji XT30 camera. I have the 18-55 mm kit lens but wanted a longer zoom lens. Just a bit worried it may be too hefty for the smaller camera. I’m happy to use my left hand for extra support for the camera/lens combo anyway. Thanks in advance for your thoughts about it.

  • Dan says:

    Hi Ken, yes the 18-135 is definitely usable on the X-T30. Sure, it’s a little bit bigger and heavier, but as you said, you’d be using your left hand to support the lens, so I don’t see the extra size as an issue for the versatility you can get from that lens.

  • Darrel McGowan says:

    Am enjoying your books! Do you know where I obtain your helpful info in smaller format (cheat sheets) for my xt2 and xe3 when I am hiking? Thanks

  • Dan says:

    Hi Darrel, thanks for your comment. I don’t currently have a smaller cheat sheet for the X Series, but perhaps this is something I could create. What sort of info would you like to see on a sheet like this?