A photo-essay showcasing real-life samples from the Fujifilm XF56mm f1.2R WR on Fujifilm X-mount from a portrait shoot with Ms Nicole and most of all, discussions on should one upgrade from the 2014 generation 1 to the 2022 version.
Sharing my in-depth hands-on review of the 2022 Fujifilm XF56mm f1.2R WR and how it has improved over its predecessor. Look forward to many real life samples and a candid discussion in Part 1 of the review series.
I was blessed to be invited to the Tamron X Fujifanboys event, where CLES Distribution Pte. Ltd. (Tamron’s distributor in Singapore) provided a well-planned session for us to get familiar … Continue reading Tamron 17-70mm ƒ2.8 X FujiFanboys photo-event – 27 August 2022
A photo-essay showcasing real-life samples from the Sigma 56mm f1.4 on Fujifilm X-mount from a portrait shoot with Ms Phun
Likely one of the most informative hands-on review of the Sigma 56mm f1.4mm on Fujifilm X-mount. Look forward to lots of real life samples and a honest sharing on is it worth considering these lenses.
Probably the only review of the Light Lens Lab 35mm f2.0 8 elements on a Fujifilm X-Pro3 so far. Look forward to an informative candid discussion with lots of real life samples of this lens on the Classic Negative simulation.
Part of Exploring Singapore and her precious little heritage, we look at the famed Dragon Playground at Toa Payoh today with Kei and Lynn and share a bit of its story.
A mini photography series on how Singaporean life goes on post-Covid lockdown in the neighborhood at night with the Fujifilm X-Pro3. A Kodak Portra simulation was used for all the images.
[Updated Daily] With Singapore going into a partial lockdown from 8 April to 1 June 2020 in an attempt to mitigate the spread COVID-19, I have decided to look forward and see this as an opportunity to rediscover and reconnect with maybe the essentials. To be updated on a daily basis, all photos shot with Leica M10, Fujifilm X-Pro3 and an iPhone 11 Pro.
Little has been said on Leica M lenses on the Fujifilm X-mount system. And this time, look forward to many samples of a nearly half century old Leica M lens on the Fujifilm X-Pro3 in pure classic neg bliss.
A honest and down to earth sharing of how I reignited the old love with the classic XF18mm F2R lens with the appearance of the Fujifilm X-Pro3.
Every self respecting photographer will probably hit a plateau where we feel there is a gap in our vision, and we seek to overcome it. Today’s article discusses this.
In Part II of the Fujifilm X-Pro3 review, we explore more image samples from Classic Negative and some comparisons against the other more popular film simulations like Provia and Astia.
Sharing one of the most informative review of the Fujifilm X-Pro3 part 1 – Photography Pure with many samples from the new film simulation, Classic Negative.