FujiLove podcast is all about Fujifilm X cameras, photography, passionate photographers and great conversations.
Episode 80: Interview with Brandon Ruffin
In this episode we talked to Brandon Ruffin, an official Fujifilm X Photographer and street photographer. Brandon is an amazing photographer, but his work spans more than just the visual arts!
Episode 79: New Gear with Alison Conklin and Derek Fahsbender
In this episode we discuss the brand new gear that Fujifilm has announced. Alison Conklin and Derek Fahsbender had the chance to use these new cameras and lenses.
Episode 78: Interview with Ritchie Roesch
Ritchie Roesch is the developer of the Fuji X Weekly Film Recipes app for iOS devices and it allows everyone to create custom film simulations of a wide variety on almost any Fujifilm camera.
Apple Link: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/fuji-x-weekly-film-recipes/id1539047257
Episode 77: Interview with Darren Goldstein
Darren Goldstein is a very talented Toronto based photographer in the film industry that has taken the X series and GFX and created amazing stills for the film industry.
Episode 76: Interview with Claire Rosen
Claire Rosen is an amazing art photographer based in Pennsylvania and specializes in fantasy and animal art work using the various Fujifilm X Series and GFX cameras.
Episode 75: Interview with Valerie Jardin
Valerie Jardin is a Fujifilm X Photographer and an amazing street photographer. Street Photography Assignments is available everywhere books are sold.
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One of the top photography podcasts.
Just a great overall photography podcast. You don’t need to just be a Fuji user. Always look forward to the next episode.
Don’t have to be a Fuji user to enjoy this show!
I have nothing against Fuji, I just don’t own one of their cameras. I was a bit hesitant to give this show a try, but I am really glad I did! The guests are extremely interesting, with a wide breadth of experience and photo style. I learn something awesome in every episode! A few of the episodes have left me wanting more, and I hope some of the guests will be invited back.
Some of the reviews have been critical of the host not seeming to be prepared. As a podcaster myself, I understand the struggles of having the perfect follow up question for every answer given by the guest. The host is doing a great job in my opinion, and as a non-Fuji photographer, I will continue to listen.
Thanks for the great podcast!
1) Research guests and topics thoroughly to generate more substantive, meaningful questions.
2) Write aforementioned research-based questions down and ask them.
3) “That’s amazing!,” “Yeah,” and awkward laughing should not be reflexive responses after guest comments. Practice fluid transitions. Intelligent follow-up questions, reaffirm statements, just anything to dig deeper.
I love Fujifilm so much, but the Fujicast is a far superior product with far more capable co-hosts.