53 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

    • Visual Arts

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.

    #53 Photographing landscapes for YouTube Thomas Heaton

    #53 Photographing landscapes for YouTube Thomas Heaton

    This week we talk to Thomas Heaton about the launch, growth and popularity of his landscape photography YouTube channel, his switch to Fujifilm and how his recent trip to Nepal was his biggest physical challenge yet. Also, is the D Pad to be taken from all cameras? Kevin gets to grips with 'that' film, the one Fujifilm 'banned,' and the book of the week is Jane Bown's Exposures.

    Find Neale and Kev's sites: https://www.fujicast.co.uk/theboys/
    Thomas Heaton: https://thomasheaton.co.uk/ 

    • 1 hr 25 min
    #52 LIVE from the House of Photography - first birthday show

    #52 LIVE from the House of Photography - first birthday show

    Recorded LIVE at London's Fujifilm House of Photography, Neale and Kevin are joined by Fujifilm's Marketing Manager Andreas Georghiades to face questions from the audience. Will there be new cameras? What's happening with film simulations? And a host of other questions too as always about books, and experiences in the photography business. It's all in the first birthday show.

    https://www.fujicast.co.uk/theboys/
    Send your questions to click@fujicast.co.uk 

    • 1 hr 7 min
    #51 Do you want to shoot sport? And a new 2020 photo challenge!

    #51 Do you want to shoot sport? And a new 2020 photo challenge!

    Fujifilm X-Photographer Jeff Carter joins us on the show today. Respected for his industry leading motorsport pictures, Jeff is equally a talented landscape shooter and he shares his advice for working in these genres. Also this week a new photo challenge for any listeners in the FujiCast Facebook group, Kev's book of the week, your photo disaster stories and we'll attempt to succinctly answer a tax question too. You can't get more varied!

    Show notes link: https://www.fujicast.co.uk

    • 1 hr 18 min
    #50 Pulitzer prize winner Cathal McNaughton

    #50 Pulitzer prize winner Cathal McNaughton

    Reuters photographer Cathal McNaughton talks about winning a Pulitzer for his work in Myanmar and Bangladesh. The book review is back featuring Nan Goldin, we talk personal projects and share more plans for 2020.

    Cathal McNaughton: https://www.cathal-mcnaughton.com/
    Nan Goldin: http://www.artnet.com/artists/nan-goldin/
    The boys: https://www.fujicast.co.uk/theboys/
    Support the show: https://www.fujicast.co.uk/tip-jar/

    • 1 hr 20 min
    #49 A travel photography special in Switzerland

    #49 A travel photography special in Switzerland

    This week Neale and Kevin take you in their suitcases to beautiful Switzerland and ponder over your questions about travel and photography. Also meet one of Europes most respected wedding and commercial film makers; Emma Wilson. The boys answer more of your questions and share their ideas about the best kit to travel with when filming and photographing overseas.

    Emma Wilson: https://storyofyourday.co.uk/

    • 1 hr 35 min
    #48 Success, is it hard work or just plain luck? Make 2020 your year!

    #48 Success, is it hard work or just plain luck? Make 2020 your year!

    In 2020, book less but charge double. Is that as simple as it sounds though? How can you achieve success? Is it hard work or luck? Also this week we talk with James Lawrence who has the job of training clergy at the Church of England. Finally a man who can help us as photographers when it comes to that frosty welcome we sometimes find when entering church as a professional. And, should you hire a retoucher?

    • 1 hr 19 min

Customer Reviews

Steve Linehan ,

Great stuff!

What a delight this podcast is! I've listened to all of their podcasts and I've absolutely enjoyed all of them. From the very first one they hit the ground running. The technical stuff is really, really useful and informative and their on-air humour is just fantastic. They make me laugh out loud. It's obvious that they are good friends and this shines through their work like the words in a stick of seaside rock. Well done to both of them and long may they continue. There are lots of us out here who really, really appreciate the time and effort that must go into what they do. Thank you, Neale and Kevin.

Jonathan Ryder ,

Dive in!

Easily one of my favourite podcasts. The Fujicast is consistently informative, helpful and interesting ... but what makes it stand out is its human and down-to-earth tone. In an era when the ego seems to be taking centre stage more and more within photography, Kevin and Neale manage to keep things refreshingly simple and laid back, despite their obvious talent and experience. I learn something almost every time I tune in - and I come away feeling a little better about my own endeavours in the photography industry. Long may this continue.

stevewheller ,

A great listen on a Monday morning

Something to brighten up my dreary Monday morning drive to Cardiff. Mates having a chat about everything photography related, not just Fuji but Canon as well ( I am a canon and fuji shooter).

Loving the banter and learn something every time I listen. You may even move me fully over to Fuji as your subliminal messages of how good Fujifilm is starting to work.

Thanks and keep going guys

Steve (another photographer from Wales)

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