You can now watch the 10th and final episode of my Fujifilm retrospective, where I look back at my ten years shooting with the Fujifilm X Series cameras.
The series began with a short video about my fateful introduction to the Fujifilm X10, which I bought back in the fall of 2011, how I fell in love with this stylish little camera, and how it set me on a totally new course with my photography.
After that, I decided to keep going and turn it into a whole series, with each video covering a different year. In each new episode, I talked about the specific models and innovations that Fujifilm introduced with each new camera, shared the highlights of my own experiences with these cameras, and I shared my favorite images shot during the course of that year.
It’s been so much fun to go back and remember all this stuff, tell stories and share details of my Fuji life and show you my best photos that I made during the past decade.
Having been a photographer for over 30 years and a full time pro for over 25, this decade represented a significant period of growth, experience and creative evolution for me, especially since most of my life as a photographer has revolved around shooting with Fujifilm, either their film or cameras.
Anyway, I had a great time making this series, I was able to finish it up with the last episode just a few days before the upcoming Fujifilm Summit, which happens on May 31. During this event, Fujifilm is set to announce a number of brand new camera and lens models for both X Series and GFX and show off their latest innovations.
Enjoy this final 10th episode, and if you haven’t seen the rest of the episodes, you’ll definitely want to go back and watch each one, starting here. Or anytime you’re feeling a little nostalgic or are jonesing for some Fujifilm love, you can always rewatch the entire series.