In recent years I’ve been privileged to be on the jury for a whole range of photography competitions. These include single image competitions such as WPS International Excellence Awards, Masters of Wedding Photography, and the Irish wedding photography awards (In association with Learning to Fly). And with a different focus, I’ve judged a couple of […] Continue reading Are Wedding Photography Competitions Fixed?
Everyone knows that Iceland has amazing landscapes throughout the whole country. But Iceland doesn’t only look beautiful from the ground — it also looks incredible from the sky. On a recent flight, I had the opportunity to expand my aerial portfolio and focused on mostly top-down images. Photographing top down is not easy. The landscapes […] Continue reading Paintings from the Sky: Aerial Photos of Iceland
Am I the only one that finds some of the most popular apps used for landscape photography a bit overwhelming? Don’t get me wrong: these apps are tremendously powerful tools and I own many of them, but I find that I rarely use them anymore. I prefer apps that have a simple user interface that […] Continue reading 5 Simple Apps for Landscape Photography
Fujifilm has announced the new XF 16mm f/2.8 R WR, a wide-angle prime lens for APS-C sensors that’s the equivalent to a 24mm lens in 35mm terms. The weather-and-dust-resistant lens features an internal focusing system and a stepping motor that provide fast and quiet autofocusing. Features of the lens include edge-to-edge sharpness, a minimum focusing […] Continue reading Fujifilm Unveils the XF 16mm f/2.8 R WR Lens
Fujifilm has announced the new X-T30, the successor to the X-T20 mirrorless camera and the “little sibling” to the X-T3 (with which it shares many common features and specs). Inside the X-T30 is a 26.1-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, up from 24.3MP in the X-T20, with an ISO range of 160-12800 (expandable to 80-51200). Backed […] Continue reading Fujifilm Unveils the X-T30: A Light 4K Camera for $899