Rob Wood, so you’re a Fujiholic? Since buying an Fujifilm X100T in June 2016, I was instantly impressed with the small powerhouse of a
Fujiholics newest team member, Warren Millar tells us what he has in his bag when he goes shooting live music events.
Lee’s background: 13 years ago I purchased a Canon 300d, what a wonderful camera it was in its day, then I upgraded every 2-3
A Fujiholics Story Revisited recently caught up with Warren Millar to see if anything has changed since his A Fujiholics Story at the beginning
I have been playing with Cameras ever since I was a lad, the first of many hand-me-down cameras was a Kodak 110, a camera that a still have laying around somewhere today!
I’m told by my mum that I’ve always had a camera in my hands, the visual image is so appealing to me that I couldn’t not take photos. I was quite late to digital photography and my first Digi was a Fuji S9600, and I loved that thing!
I am a UK based fashion, lifestyle and portrait photographer, but I never like to limit myself.
I’m from South-East England originally, but I’ve been based in Helsinki, Finland since 1982 – is it really that long? – and for most of that time I’ve been working as a freelance English-language writer and editor. The photography has grown to make up about half of my income, mostly travel-related, and I illustrate my features with my own photos. A lot of my work is for Blue Wings, the inflight magazine of Finnair.
I was bitten by the photography bug at a very early age, over 35 years ago now! I was born and bred staring back down the lens of an Olympus Trip 35mm film camera, held by my dad, so it was inevitable that photography would rub off on me in some way.