Kevin Mullins and Neale James present The FujiCast Photography Show, a podcast for professionals and enthusiasts alike. Featuring special photographer guests, gear reviews, Fujifilm camera tips and your questions.
Can you make my camera smaller please?
Kev and Neale reconsider retraining as beauticians and travel agents for at least one minute, book of the week from Nick Danziger, we talk back ups, business postponements, a Fujifilm wedding video kit list, neg cleaning, portrait advice, monitors, why are custom settings slowing my camera down, can we make the next X100 smaller still and do the boys miss full frame sensors?
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Being one of photography’s most influential women
Our special guest this week is Xyza Cruz Bacani, Fujifilm X-Photographer, Magnum Foundation Fellow and previously awarded one of the BBC's Top 100 Women of the World. This week's talking points include professionals moving into ‘survival mode’ for the winter; how can we help each other? What lens and camera combo to use for on-set photography, should I separate my Instagram out for different genres or include everything on my one grid and going from Leica to a Fujifilm X-Pro.
Swapping out of Nikon & Alcatraz Calling!
Swapping from Nikon to Fujifilm for pro work. What camera would the team suggest? Carl Hare Product Specialist for Fujifilm is back to answer your tech questions, this week: tethering your camera for using as a webcam, is ISO real in Fujifilm cameras and more. We talk about photographing on Alcatraz with listener Ryan Katsanes. What do Kev and Neale feel about socially distanced picture making? Book of the week is Vintage 80s by Johnny Stiletto.
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The X100 DESIGNER is on the show!
Masasumi Imai the Head of Design for Fujifilm X-Series cameras talks with Kevin Mullins from Tokyo about how he conceived the ten year old X100, the camera that for many photographers worldwide became their gateway to mirrorless technology. Also, we speak with Australia's X-Photographer Andrew Hall about being in motorsport photography at the very top, plus Carl Hare tackles more of your deep tech including how auto focus deals with the face mask!
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#148 High octane motorsport and 10 years of the X100
Would some of the world’s finest known heritage photographers be as big as they are, if they were starting out in today’s Insta style World with a million voices challenging for the space? A new feature with Fujifilm product specialist Carl Hare tackling the BIG tech questions! The best Fujifilm lenses for live sports action, we celebrate ten years of the X100 and Andrew Hall, motorsport photographer and Fujifilm X-Photographer in Australia joins us.
#147 Someone is stealing my pictures! & the flying ambassador!
Do I have the energy for copyright infringement? Who inspires us photographically? There’s a run through on how a wedding day photographically works for newcomers to the genre, the lens versus camera investment debate and the book of the week is the incredibly powerful Small Town Inertia by Jim Mortram. Bjorn Moerman is back for part 2 on aerial photography, the use of drones, how to shoot great pictures from the cabin and some inspirational books.
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Neale and Kevin are worth the show, even if you aren’t into photography
This show is honestly so well put together, my wife (who’s not into photography like me) even enjoys listening. Neale and Kev are two of the funniest humans (especially when you combine them together and their minds latch onto the “joke of the week”), and they’re also incredibly informative if you really are interested in any form of photography. The interviews are fantastic and the weekly questions are awesome. Thanks Neale and Kev! See you at the Little Pub at the Back of the Plane sometime!
Easy to listening and entertaining
I've been a follower of Kevin Mullins for a while, and found this amazing podcast through his YouTube channel. I really recomend it. They give great advice through an engaing conversational format.
Neal and Kevin are great hosts! They are like Laurel and Hardy or Lewis and Martin of the photography world .. meaning and unbeatable duo. Topics are varied to keep it interesting and often funny. The subject of wedding photography comes up a lot but thats inevitable given that both are wedding photographers. They do a good job of keeping the topics varied.