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.
Changing what you shoot and lighting the famous
The boys look for the best small Fujifilm camera, Neale reveals his love for the X-H over the X-T, we talk printers and 'to do' list software. What lens do I need for shooting large group portraits and how do I go about them plus when does a photo become a piece of digital art? Neale takes over the book of the week duties as Kev can’t find the packing case with his 3,280 books, so he discusses Gregory Heisler’s ’50’ Portraits and Jayne Odell is our guest to talk about a move to equine photography.
Back on the photobus part 2, triptychs, time capsules and tablets
Kev's lockdown Netflix binge, we talk one camera one lens choice, how we view our personal photos, time capsules, which website platform to choose, kit GAS release, Wacom tablets, how many do you have? Flippy screen gate is back, we talk about editing technique in Lightroom, how do you produce publish on demand books, X-Pro choices and a request for a X-P4. There's second part of our Kev's interview with Daniel Meadows. The book of the week is Ed Kashi’s ‘Three,’ a book of triptychs.
Life on the photobus! Photofilms, 35mm cameras and more
This week, will Fujifilm ever release a 35mm film camera, why is my EVF showing a blue tint/hue, should you ever trust a corrupt memory card, Fujifilm app help please and what is character in a camera; does everything need to be so sharp? Kev’s showbiz wedding stories, photofilms versus slideshows, why Kev could be tempted to the dark side (Apple), X RAW Studio and dynamic range tips. The book of the week is Women Street Photographers, and Daniel Meadows is our guest.
TWO YEARS of the FujiCast, all dressed up with nowhere to go!
The show is two years old and the boys are itching for a party, but Boris has ripped up the balloons and invites, Kev has a social media dilemma, well 5,000 of them to be precise, ND filter options for your X100, the new nostalgic neg film sim, jumping in at the deep end professionally and more. The book of the weeks is, 'A voice above the Linn' by Robbie Lawrence, our guest is Fujifilm’s Marketing Manager for Fujifilm UK, Andreas Georghiades and winners announced for The FujiCast at 4 with Neil Ford.
The latest releases and Fujifilm news!
This week we talk lens correction issues for Fujifilm in Lightroom, photographing The President, getting better at culling, why the boys love Photo Mechanic, using vintage lenses and adaptors. The boys also tackle starting up on YouTube again, shooting single card camera systems and pre-wedding meets; are they important? Kev’s book of the week is a proper limited edition by Valentino Barachini and our guest is Fujifilm’s UK Marketing Manager, Andreas Georghiades for the latest Ask Andreas feature.
Creating a YouTube channel for your photography in 2021
This week, scanners, photographic organisations and breathing colour back into older black and white pictures. We talk Instagram Reels and YouTube shorts. There are questions on video, we talk prompter technique, lens choices when filming with Fujifilm cameras, Kev’s YouTube wardrobe and our guest Adam Karnacz from First Man Photography shares what a photographic channel on YouTube brings to his business and life. The book of the week is Revelations, by Diane Arbus.
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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.
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.
The best photography podcast
You don’t have to be a Fuji shooter to enjoy this podcast, it is constantly interesting and relevant to today’s photographers. Neale and Kevin go beyond the call of duty to produce this, week in, week out (and daily, during the COVID lockdown). It has great guests too, and Carl’s addition as the resident technical guru has added another element. Highly recommended essential listening for anyone with an interest in photography today.