Photo by Elena Petrova X-T2 XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR F2.8 1/450 sec. ISO 1600
Photo by Simone Sbaraglia
Photo by Simone Sbaraglia X-T1 XF10-24mmF4 R OIS F8 1/280 sec. ISO 200
A year in photos at #WorldPhotographyDay
So many exciting, sad but also joyful events have taken place in the past year. We, at Fujifilm believe that photographs are a way to save those memories, conserve them for the past and make them visible for our beloved. In that sense: Let’s celebrate this year’s #WorldPhotographyDay together with the help of a collection of precious artworks.
We have created this retrospective of the past year with the support of our talented X-Photographers around Europe. Today, we would like to invite you to this little journey through time – come and have a look at both – our video and gallery:
P.S. We are happy to share those moments with you and are looking forward to the year ahead with all the experiences to come that we will share with each other through photography. Today, feel invited to show your work to us and share your best picture of the past year under #WorldPhotographyDay.
‘Madagascar in the frame’
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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A perspective on the wild side
By applying psycho-analytical theories, X-Photographer Chris Weston tells you how to alter your perspective as a wild life photographer, to create images which truly captivate the viewer.
By Chris Weston
One of the most rewarding parts of my job is making an emotional connection with the wildlife I encounter. One of the most challenging aspects of my job is conveying that connection in a photograph. To do that, I have to make use of a very important compositional tool – perspective. Continue reading “A perspective on the wild side”
Ten tips for capturing unforgettable travel portraits
Portrait photographer and X-Photographer Saraya Cortaville skillfully draws out her subject’s emotions and feelings, in a sensitive and empathetic way. Her portraits are an observation and moment of connection between two people, rather than photographer and subject. In this article, she gives us ten tips for capturing travel portraits you will remember forever.
By Saraya Cortaville
Portrait photographer and X-Photographer Saraya Cortaville skillfully draws out her subject’s emotions and feelings, in a sensitive and empathetic way. Her portraits are an observation and moment of connection between two people, rather than photographer and subject. In this article, she gives us ten tips for capturing travel portraits you will remember forever. Continue reading “Ten tips for capturing unforgettable travel portraits”
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