Here are 28 photographs taken with the new Fuji X-T10 at the Amateur Photographer reader day event in London with Fujifilm UK
I was asked by Fujifilm to inspire, educate and demonstrate to a group of 60 AP readers how I use the Fuji X series cameras and in particular to share my strategies for switching from a DSLR. I started the day with a mini seminar and a demo to the whole group. After lunch the group was split and my colleagues and fellow X photographers Matt Hart and Paul Sanders worked with their groups respectively. Each hour or so the groups swapped around to enable each photographer to spend some really valuable time with the three of us.
02. These frames were lit with a pair of Arri lights and some controlled daylight in the auditorium at the start of the day.
Each attendee had won a competition to spend the day with Fujifilm and the Time.inc team, publishers of AP at their HQ, the Blue Fin Building. The buzz was fabulous, the venue striking and the hospitality generous. I feel privileged to be involved with both Fujifilm UK and Amateur Photographer magazine. Look out for my Hollywood lighting feature in AP in August 2015 ;)
The X-T10 handles superbly when it is set up well. Each of the function buttons need assigning and the user interface menu options need careful setting. I’ll be covering how to make the X-T10 a joy to use when I get back from my trip to Rome this weekend. I’m now at over 3000 frames with the X-T10 and I love it.
Thank you Time.inc, Amateur Photographer, Fujifilm UK and Amber Tutton. Let’s do this again sometime soon.
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