Announcing — New photo blog & FB page for Fujifilm “X” users

fujifilm x logoDo you love your Fujifilm X camera as much as Bill Fortney & I do? Not a Fuji X owner yet, but thinking about switching? Want to join in the fun with other Fujifilm shooters on dedicated Fuji X photo workshops?  Then check out our new blog site: fujixphotoworkshops.com and like our page on Facebook to learn more and to keep up to date with our Fuji X journeys.

 

_DSF6099-Edit-Edit-Edit-EditOur first exclusive workshop for FUJI “X” SHOOTERS ONLY (Wildflowers and Landscapes of Mt Rainier National Park; Aug. 27-30) is nearly SOLD OUT —- only 2 spots remaining!  An active volcano in Washington, Mount Rainier is the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S., while the slopes below are covered with subalpine wildflower meadows and ancient evergreen forests. We will use this environment to aid us in creating artistic imagery with our Fujifilm X cameras. Click HERE for more information and how to register.

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FujiX-UserGuide-cover-150x112Also, check out Bill Fortney’s  e-book “A GUIDE TO THE FUJI XT-1”. A comprehensive guide to this magnificent camera with over 200 pages and more than 300 photographs, it contains countless tips, recommendations and examples of work done with the Fuji X-System family of cameras. Plus reviews of lenses, buying recommendations, how to build a system, how to carry it all and much more! Click HERE for more information.

 

_DSF6215-Edit-Edita-EditI’ve said it before and I’ll say it again —- I really love this camera! Yes, there are some things I’d really like Fuji to improve but overall it’s just a great camera that produces incredible images and is fun to shoot. My back also loves this system! Here are the 5 main things I love about the Fuji XT-1.

 

So please follow our new blog and join us on Facebook for all things Fuji X … See you there!

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