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Project Zooey is the name of my personal photography projects. A series of series of sorts. Series Langkawi 113. 113 is a road dissecting a beautiful Malaysian island. I shot 13 buildings along this stretch using a Fujifilm X-E3 and Lomography’s LC-A digital lens.
Absolutely yonks ago, before I got into professional photography, I spent muchos hours and pennies shooting toy cameras, even covering Bestival for Lomography UK and writing monthly articles for their Cityslicker program. After I took up digital cameras for professional work I found it very hard to find my way back to film toy cameras, […]
Shooting flash with Fuji has always been a sticking point for those looking to make the switch. There’s only one speedlight option from Fuji themselves, the EF-X500, and it’s quite a physically heavy unit. Coming late into the market with a price tag of £450 and no radio wireless technology (the master/slave works on optical […]
Ever since I jumped to using the Godox flash system and thus gained about 9 x 20cm worth of trigger/receiver space, my Venque CamPro bag has felt rather empty and spacious. Whilst snack space is always welcome, I felt like I was lugging around a lot of extra material for no real gain- the outside […]