We will talk about Fuji news, gear, tips & tricks and our wishes for future cameras and upgrades. And we will be interviewing other X-Photographers who use Fuji X cameras for their daily work and ask them to share how they get the best image results. We will also invite official people from Fujifilm to give us a little insights on the photo division of the company.
The podcast is set to air twice a month on the 1st and 15th of each month. And it is free for you to listen to.
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About your hosts:
Scott Bourne is widely recognized as bird, nature and motor sports photographer. He started his photography career in the early 1970's. And he is a pioneer in the digital audio field. He is the founder of the Photofocus.com website and podcast, and famous as a co-host of the the TWiP (This Week in Photo) and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Scott also started the WeShootFuji website as a resource for the Fuji community.
For more information on Scott follow him on Twitter: Follow @ScottBourne
I (Marco Larousse) am a fine art street and documentary photographer and one of Fuji's official X-Photographers. I have more than 30 years of experience in photography and use both, analog and digital cameras for my daily work.
For more information on me follow me on Twitter: Follow @hamburgcam
|My studio where I record the WeShootFuji Podcast - captured with my X-Pro 1 and XF 16mm f1.4 lens|
If you have not started to listen to podcasts yet, I suggest that you do it today. There are many great and free resources on photography out there. Download your favorite shows for the topics that you are most interested in. And learn about your passion while you are on your daily commute, exercising, going for a photowalk or post processing your photos.
|Take your audio podcast with you on your daily commute - captured with the X-Pro 1 and XF 16mm f1.4 lens|
If you have any further questions or want to share your Fuji-X experiences just leave a comment below, Twitter me @HamburgCam or visit my Homepage at www.MarcoLarousse.com
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