Hello FujiLovers! Issue no. 31 of FujiLove Magazine has arrived with a whole fresh batch of wonderful articles for you to enjoy.
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Our cover contributor for this month is Saraya Cortaville, who shares with us her transition from solely shooting children’s portraits to working alongside NGOs and non-profits. Through this work she has been able to photograph for these organisations in different locations across the world, with some notable trips being to Tanzania and Nepal.
Next up is Pablo Wilson, sharing with us some of the disapproving comments he’s faced when using his X-Pro2 in place of a ‘big camera’ and how he’s managed to prove to clients that size isn’t everything. Hannah Kozak, meanwhile, explains how photographing her mother in the care home where she now lives has brought them closer together and has helped heal wounds from the past.
Giving us some insight into a recent project that he’s been working on, Steve Dryer takes us through the gear and the process behind shooting his black and white images of Central Park, while Jonas Rask gives us a look at the beautiful beast that is the XF200mmF2 in the latest instalment of his ‘FujiLove Lens Guide’.
Continuing his ‘Simplicity in Seeing Series’, Olaf Sztaba teaches some best practice for approaching people to take their portrait when out shooting on the streets. Jens Krauer is next up with his latest article in his ‘Street Photography’ series, discussing the question of what makes a ‘good’ photograph.
In this month’s interview, we’re talking to commercial photographer, caterer and food stylist Jo O’Keefe about her transition from film photography to digital, how her Fujifilm gear has changed the way she shoots and how she keeps photography fun for herself, whilst also doing it for work. Rounding off our October issue is Josh Tomalin, who gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to photography the unseen moments of theatre.
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