Hello FujiLovers! Issue no. 32 of FujiLove Magazine has arrived with a whole fresh batch of wonderful articles for you to enjoy.
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Our first contributor for this month is Matthew Willingham, who explores the issue of how photography can sometimes be used in a self-serving way that doesn’t give the dignity to our subjects that they deserve. He discusses how we can do good with our photography, using it to promote beauty, understanding and peace.
Next up is Janet Efrati, who shares with us all the highs and lows of fulfilling her dream of putting on her own exhibition, as well as some practical tips for those considering something similar. Karah Mew, meanwhile, explains her journey towards family documentary photography and takes us behind the scenes of a six-day-long shoot with a family in Poland, where she was able to perfectly capture the beauty of their everyday lives together.
Sharing with us how he’s been able to successfully photograph the fascinating hill tribe communities in Northern Thailand is Steve Thomas, while Jonas Rask gives his final lens review in his ‘FujiLove Lens Guide’, this time taking a look at the workhorse that is the XF18-55mmF2.8-4.
Continuing his ‘Simplicity in Seeing Series’, Olaf Sztaba teaches us how changing your mindset when undertaking photographic trips can lead to much better travel imagery. Jens Krauer is next up with his latest article in his ‘Street Photography’ series, sharing with us how we should respond when approached by a subject on the street.
In this month’s interview, we’re talking to the incredibly talented Craig Whitehead, a street photographer based in Cambridge, United Kingdom and the face behind the incredibly inspiring Instagram account @sixstreetunder. We discuss his street photography process, what makes a strong image, his current gear setup and more. Rounding off our November issue is Ritesh Ghosh, who gives us a look at the fascinating city of Mumbai through the perspective of his XF10-24mm lens.
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