Tag: Fujifilm review

The X-T20, for the Junkyard?

Just before christmas last year, after my trip to Nepal, I was involved in a really exiting little project....... I am lucky enough to be able to shoot some of my children's portraits in some of the coolest places in London, and Gods own Junk Yard, has to be...

Beautiful kids portraits, North London.

Last week, on a beautiful Autumn day, I met the wonderful Zoe and Ciara and their family, in stunning Trent Park, North London.   [gallery type="rectangular" ids="154516,154521,154515,154517,154519,154520" orderby="rand"] The GORGEOUS colours and...

A new found friend from Photokina!

As many of you may have read on a previous post, a few weeks ago I was lucky enough to have been invited to speak at Photokina in Germany for Fujifilm, telling of my experiences of changing my camera system from a bulky Nikon DSLR to their lovely compact mirrorless...

The Photokina virgin!

So I am currently sat in an empty/ish Koln airport, Ive bought the obligatory duty free, eaten the dried ham and cheese roll with my last beer, and now I have a couple of hours to kill before I get my flight back to the uk! So I thought rather than just sitting...

The Fuji X-T2, a new beginning!

And for all of you reading, I was NOT a fuji ambassador at the time of writing this, and wrote totally from my own opinions, I already had a kit that I was happy with, and was asked to write an impartial view! I have never been a great one for keeping a secret!.... 25th...

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Saraya Cortaville Photography
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