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Profumo Di Vita

The “Profumo di Vita #neldirittodelbambino” project was born in 2017 from the collaboration between the Legal@rte Association, made up of members of the State Police, and X-Photographer Elena Givone, with the support of FUJIFILM Italia.

Elena Givone makes her shots available to raise awareness on the theme of “child-assisted violence”. A hidden phenomenon, that of children forced to witness violence between adults, which can lead to physical and psychological problems in children.
Thus was born the 2022 edition of the Profumo di Vita calendar #neldirittodelbambino. Women and mothers posed at the Reggia di Venaria.

All calendar and exhibition images were shot with the FUJIFILM Large Format GFX100S. The exhibition was printed on FUJIFILM Original Photo Paper – Fujicolor Crystal Archive Professional VELVET and took place from December 16 to January 16, 2022.

‘Madagascar in the frame’

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WaterAid and Fujifilm partnership brings to life the impact of clean water and sanitation to people’s lives

WaterAid and longstanding partner Fujifilm have teamed up to bring to life the stories of two communities in Madagascar and highlight the enormous impact of water and sanitation on their lives.

Award-winning photographer and Fujifilm X-Photographer Saraya Cortaville joined WaterAid Voices from the Field Officer Ernest Randriarimalala to capture beautiful images on Fujifilm’s award-winning X-T3 digital camera from the two communities of Tsarafangitra, where WaterAid has worked to bring clean water and decent toilets, and Ambohimanatrika, where the charity will work this winter.
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Leading By The Hand – How to shoot landscapes without a tripod

By Mark Gilligan

You are out on a day walk with friends and suddenly the view that opens up before you all is fabulous. You really want to photograph it. After all, photography is your hobby and you never turn a good opportunity down. It makes your walks all that more interesting and memorable.

Whilst you enjoy taking pictures of the places you have visited, you are now getting more serious about photography. However, no matter how appreciative your friends are of the landscape, they don’t seem to match your enthusiasm when it comes to photography. Whilst they are content to snap away with their cameras or phones, they bemoan you for ‘holding’ them up as you go to get your tripod out. Of course you will enter into a bit of banter but they will probably just leave you to it and walk ahead.
Sound familiar?

The obvious solution is to have ‘me’ time and go out alone so you can shoot at your pace but before you decide to go solo, there is an answer to your predicament. Shoot hand held. Read More