Magazine shoots with the Fuji X-T2

I thought I’d share a photograph from three different magazine shoots from the last couple of weeks. You never know quite what you are going to get when you turn up for a shoot but I’m always confident that my Fuji X-T2 can handle it. And, to be on the safe side, I usually have a Fuji X-T1 along as a back up, though I’ve never needed to use it.

Here we have a photos from a Deli, an opticians and a beauty parlour.

The photos are all ‘out-takes’ from the shoot or very similar ‘duplicates’ to the photos I eventually submitted. On each of these shoots I was using off-camera flash, a mix of Godox units being my preferred choice of lighting.

 

 

 

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York at night with the Fuji X-T2

York is one of the most vibrant, historic cities in the UK. It’s a great place to visit and on a recent trip I wondered around the narrow streets and tourist locations with my Fuji X-T2 as the sun went down and the lights came on.

One of the most famous areas of York is The Shambles and Minster area. With its narrow streets and over-hanging timber framed buildings, some of which date back to the fourteenth century, The Shambles is a tourist hotspot. At night however, when many of the day trippers have left it is possible to take a more leisurely stroll around the area.

York is a city brimming with history and culture. Here are a few pictures from our visit. Our next trip to York is already planned.

2XT28917The Shambles area in York at nightThe Shambles in York at nightYork Minster and St Michael le Belfrey at night.The exterior of York Castle Museum is illuminated at night.2XT28828