PhotoByScottBourne

NOTE: All photos in this post are Copyright Scott Bourne – all images were made with a Fuji X-T1 camera body and one of four lenses; the Fujinon XF 10-24mm F4 R OIS Wide Angle Zoom lens, the Fujinon XF 56mm F1.2 R lens, the Fujinon XF 16-55mm F2.8 R LM WR lens, or the Fujinon […]

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I recently found out that Photoflex has closed it’s doors (https://photoflex.com.) While I never had a close relationship with Photoflex, and they weren’t ever sponsors here at Photofocus, I used many of their products over the years and even often referred new photographers to the Photoflex lineup of affordable, high-quality products. They consistently offered good value. […]

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TrainStationScottBourne

I used to shoot with Hasselblad cameras way back in the day. The negatives were square. I cut my teeth on those cameras and since I spent so many years working with Hasselblads, shooting square just came naturally to me. A Little History Square format has been around since 1929 when it was introduced by […]

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As a long-time Aperture user, and one of the original proponents of Aperture, I was very disappointed when Apple pulled the plug. But I saw this coming a couple of years ago and already switched to Lightroom. That doesn’t take the sting away. And when Apple announced that it had a new app to replace […]

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tripodreview

I know that some of you never use a tripod. I used to use a tripod almost 100% of the time. I admit that sometimes, shooting mirror-less (especially the Fuji X100T) I don’t ALWAYS use a tripod. I usually feel guilty if I don’t. Why? Because there’s simply nothing that will give you a rock-steady […]

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Photo Copyright Scott Bourne

While the examples I use in this post are of birds/wildlife, they could just as easily have been people. I learned a great deal about making wildlife photographs when I spent time shooting portraits of people. Most of the techniques I was taught to use when making a human portrait apply to wildlife photography. And […]

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Reviews

I’ve got a bit more time on my hands these days, so I’m catching up on some new photography books.  There’s two I am currently reading that I’d like to share. “The Long Exposure – A Beginners’ Guide To Long Exposure Photography” by David Cleland and “The Complete Guide To Fujifilm’s X-T1″ by Tony Phillips […]

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