Is the Leica Q2’s 28mm focal length for portraits? Let us take a look in this visual review.
Revisiting the once controversial Nikon Df again in 2019, in an attempt to see did Nikon fulfil their promise of a camera that stood up to their tag of ‘Pure Photography’.
A question we hear so often is which lens is the ‘one‘ for portraits. Like most of us, I started this slippery slope with firstly obeying the generally ‘recommended’ focal lengths of 90mm, then sliding down further towards lenses with ever larger apertures before I finally settled on what works for me other than the […]
They say the gaze from one’s eyes are one’s windows into character and soul …, then how may we capture this essence in a photograph?
A sharing on the Fujifilm GF110 mm F2 lens on the GFX50S.
The final instalment of my reviews on the Fujifilm X-H1.
Fujion GF45mm F2.8, the ‘everyday moments’ medium format?
A short essay on breathing in the beauty of nature with the Fujifilm Fujion XF100-400 setup.
Those who know me know that portraits will always be my main stay in photography and that my roots started with Olympus long before I made it through Sony, Pentax, Leica, Ricoh, Panasonic (well, basically almost every brand) before settling down on Fujifilm. Kei on the Fujifilm X100F, Classic Chrome. Who says portraits must […]