210 episodes

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.

The FujiCast: Photography Podcast Neale James & Kevin Mullins

    • Arts
    • 4.9 • 179 Ratings

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.

    Seeing theatre in your street photography & what makes a great image?

    Seeing theatre in your street photography & what makes a great image?

    Kev is under the weather but the test came back clean so he’s fit to fly on the podcast and Neale has unleashed his own studio dog. We muse over photographers that can’t or won’t embrace innovation, talk cropping, discuss the amount of images returned to clients from an edit, how we send images to clients, whether it’s time to finally drop the full frame lens equivalent references, ask what makes an image great and other stories. Our guest is street photographer and FujiFilm ambassador Polly Rusyn.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Celebrating Tom Stoddart & Influencers versus Photographers

    Celebrating Tom Stoddart & Influencers versus Photographers

    This week we pay our respects to a giant of photojournalism, Tom Stoddart who passed away last week. On the show, Kev is off to a wedding with the Archbishop! We talk about firmware and Instax printers, the X-M1 and X-E range, solve some X100F metering issues, dream AGAIN about a monochrome sensor, discuss personal versus work cameras and ask; “Are you SOOC?” Book of the week this week is Marilyn Stafford’s ‘A Life in Photography’.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Future proofing your photo business & a world without film?

    Future proofing your photo business & a world without film?

    Do they have Polar Bears in Argentina, what is a shutterless camera lifespan, should you have a 'scaffold in pictures' contract clause, can you future proof a photo business for another pandemic and why do people humble brag? We imagine a world without film, talk about travel and backups, dream of a BW sensor and discuss how the new larger sensor size may affect lens purchases. The book of the week is Fred Herzog’s Modern Color and Darren Goldstein returns to talk about stills unit photography.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Being a movie stills shooter & to drone, or not to drone...

    Being a movie stills shooter & to drone, or not to drone...

    Neale and Kev ponder whether to believe in Father Christmas over the politicians, we discuss the new lens roadmap and Viltrox lenses, the value of signed photography books, we tip our hats to Salgado’s latest exhibition, discuss the charges made to videographers in UK churches, lightroom rescues, drones and X100 cameras; are they the perfect all round travel companions? Book of the Week is Jim Marshall’s 'Show Me the Picture' and our guest is unit stills photographer Darren Goldstein.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    You charge how much?! And swapping from Nikon

    You charge how much?! And swapping from Nikon

    The boys shelve their plans for space exploration but they do get scientific about how they store their precious pictures in the cloud. Also, they share their commercial day rates, muse over retouching demands, an X-H1 filming issue, whether there is a safe lock to protect camera kit, using smart phones for pro photo work and discuss the ‘genre that got away.’ Tickety Boo by Charles Traub is book of the week and we welcome back Reggie Ballesteros, American X-Photographer.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    IBIS; the X-T4 game changer? And Fujifilm ambassador Alan Hewitt, pt2.

    IBIS; the X-T4 game changer? And Fujifilm ambassador Alan Hewitt, pt2.

    We talk the new 23mm - is it time to swap? We talk about the draw of Fujifilm, ask if IBIS is the X-T4 game changer and discuss best lens combos for talking heads interviews in video mode, plus is mobile tech going to replace the pro photographer’s camera skills? Book of the week is Tanya Nagar’s New Street Photographers Manifesto: Any Camera, Anywhere and our guest back for part 2 of his conversation with Mullins is Alan Hewitt, wildlife photographer.

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
179 Ratings

179 Ratings

Bath-Matt ,

Great podcast for all types of photographers!

Discovered this excellent podcast a few months ago, and currently binge-listening from the first episode to catch up (just hit episode 64). Highly recommended, these guys offer useful advice (not just for Fuji), great production quality, and an honest look into the world of professional photography. Also have a range of great interviews - give it a go!

MuzzerSouthport ,

Just Wonderful

Engrossing, distinctive, informative, professional and witty are just some of the words I need to use to describe the FujiCast.
As a professional wedding photographer who fell out of love with weddings and had to kind of reinvent my life I craved something to reignite my passion for photography, the passion was still there hiding but I needed an outlet to discover it again. This podcast has helped me do that, and more, so much so that I would find it hard to not have this weekly Podcast in my life.
Neale is an amazing presenter, slick, incisive and clever and he’s perfectly complemented by Kevin who unlike Neale doesn’t have a background in presenting still manages to make me laugh and enthral me always.
There are some excellent photography podcasts out there, I listen to many of them regularly... but none come close to this Gem.
Thank you,
David Murray

clymping ,

Photography Podcast- Not Really

This is not a photography podcast. It’s the boring repetitive ramblings of two blokes talking about weddings and web sites.

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