A nerdy blog about photography.
Most street photography is absolute garbage. Far too often, the bulk of street photography shots are boring, un-engaging, creepy, intrusive,
Taking senior photos in the Puget Sound during mid October can only mean one thing - rain. No point in rescheduling, no point in getting ups
There's countless reviews of the Fuji X-T2 out there by now. Rather than rehashing the specs, here's my no-nonsense review. First off, this
A Fuji pocket camera with an APS-C sensor? Sign me up! In the past, I've briefly owned the X20 and X30 which are similar in size, but with
Over the last month or so, I’ve been shooting with the X-Pro2 every chance I get. My initial impressions remain unchanged. The focusing perf
Just out of curiosity, I decided to take some real world shots this afternoon comparing the GX8 and the Fuji X-Pro2. I put both into their s
Well, I discovered another area that Fuji cheaped out on the X-Pro2 – wi-fi. I tried transferring some of the images to my iPhone 6s Plus t
After one day of use, here are my first impressions of the Fuji X-Pro2: Pros: Fastest shutter of any Fuji X camera – the X-T1 seemed to have
BE SURE TO READ THE MARCH 4TH UPDATE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE Why? Because, I really like my Fuji X-T1. Here’s a list of pros about keeping
I love the Fuji X system! The out of camera JPG files look fantastic, the cameras are easy to use with plenty of analog controls, the lenses
I posted previously about testing out the 35mm f/2 in the store, and after comparing it to the 35mm f/1.4, I was torn. After much deliberati
I had the chance to stop by Glazer’s Camera in Seattle today to test out the 35mm f/2 lens. I’ve owned the 1.4 version for a while, and whil
I hate Instagram, but everyone's on it, so I use it. It's stupid that photos have to be square or letterboxed. Still, Google Photos makes it
There’s two reasons why I love the Fuji X system: 1. The images look fantastic straight out of the camera! 2. The lenses are fantastic!
Last week, I was fortunate enough to travel to Boston for a class related to my career. I planned my visit to arrive there a day early so I