THE FUJIFILM X SYSTEM GUIDE
FOR PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS

an eBook by Damien Lovegrove

Fujifilm X System Guide for Portrait Photographers by Damien Lovegrove

Fujifilm UK X-Ambassador, Damien Lovegrove, gives an in-depth explanation of the Fujifilm X system. This e-book is packed with information and gives a complete overview of the camera system – including technical settings, how to use them and the vast possibilities it provides.

  • 92 richly illustrated pages
  • Includes details of many Fujifilm XF lenses and Fujifilm X cameras including the X-Pro 2 and X-T2 (a full list of contents is shown below) Please note this guide does not include details on the GFX50s, X-E3, XF-80mm or any cameras and lenses produced after December 2016 as they were released after publication.
  • Explanations about the camera settings that Damien uses
  • The benefits of individual cameras and lenses
  • Recommendations for ideal lens sets
  • High res photographs with all the exposure and lighting details used to create them
  • Two resolutions of output (high or standard definition) to suit your broadband speed and device capacity. (Choose after making your purchase)

THE FUJIFILM X SYSTEM GUIDE – 92 page ebook
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What you’ve been saying

“An overview of the complete Fujifilm X System, cameras and lenses from the first X-100, to the X-T2 and X-Pro2 of today. All the technical settings and possibilities of this great camera system are discussed along with how to use these to improve your photography. A beautiful, very useful and easy to read book!” - Ioannis Tsouloulis (Fujifilm X Ambassador)

“Finally THE book that I can recommend to those who ask me whether it is better to buy an X-T2 or an X-Pro2, if mirrorless are able to compete with SLR, or simply if they could use the Fujifilm X-series." - Max De Martino (Fujifilm X-Ambassador)

“Just what the photo world has been waiting for - a book to replace those hopeless instruction manuals. Damien answers questions which normally take weeks to figure out. He has done all the hard work for you. This book will not disappoint.” - Chris

“Damien tells everything he knows about the Fuji X system and his Fujifilm journey over time. This is a must have book for every Fujifilm photographer, and for those just curious about the Fuji-X system. All packaged in a beautiful layout. Believe me, I have worked as a graphic designer for 10 years.” - Benny

“We, at Zenfoto, will urge anyone who is interested in Fujifilm's X-system, to get your copy of this book. It is what the title says, a guide for portrait photographers who either work with, or wish to work with, Fujifilm X-series cameras. You can't go wrong with this one!" - Ricky & Jiri from Zenfoto

Read more reviews or write your review here.

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FAQs

Can I have the book on my tablet and my phone at the same time?

Yes. We recommend you initially download your order onto a desktop/laptop computer.  Whilst your copy is licenced for you, you can have a copy of the ebook on as many of your devices as you like. Once you have the file on your computer, open up iTunes and import the file into your media library. Then connect your mobile device or iPad and synchronize in the usual way.

To read the book on an iOS device (iphone/ipad) you can open up iBooks and the book should appear on your shelf. iBooks is pre-installed on iOS 8 and later.

Android users may need to install an app to view the book. Search for ‘PDF readers’ in your Google Play app. Some popular free viewers include: Google PDF Viewer, Google Drive, Adobe Acrobat, PDF Reader, Polaris Office, Foxit MobilePDF.

 

How big are the files?

There are two resolutions to choose from pdf-HD or pdf-SD to suit your broadband speed and your device capacity. The HD version is approx. 205mb and the SD version is 45mb. (Choose after making your purchase)

Can I print the book out?

Yes. We thought it would be important to allow customers to print out their own personal copy if they prefer to read it that way.

Is tax included in the price?

It is now the law that businesses who sell digital products to European customers need to charge VAT based on where their customers are.  All European countries charge a different rate, and the VAT rate of your country will be added on to your purchase at checkout unless you are registered for VAT.  If this is the case, you will be required by E.U law to pay the tax yourself.


Read on the go

Here’s our handy 3 step guide to make the most of your book and read it when and where you want.

1. Download your book

Once payment has been made you’ll be redirected to your download link. Your order receipt will be emailed to you. We recommend you initially download your order onto a desktop/laptop computer.

2. Place/Import files

If you’re an iOS user, import the book into your iBooks app first, then open iTunes. For Android users, place the file into a media folder that synchronises with your mobile device.

3. Sync with devices

Then connect your mobile device and synchronise in the usual way.


Apple iOSFor iOS users

To read the book on an iOS device (iphone/ipad) you can open up iBooks and the book should appear on your shelf. iBooks is pre-installed on iOS 8 and later.

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Android users may need to install an app to view the book. Search for ‘PDF readers’ in your Google Play app. Some popular free viewers include: Google PDF Viewer, Google Drive, Adobe Acrobat, PDF Reader, Polaris Office and Foxit MobilePDF.

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Fujifilm X Photographer Damien Lovegrove 2017

About Damien Lovegrove

Damien Lovegrove is a world renowned portrait photographer and Fujifilm UK ambassador. He has been a TV cameraman, a commercial photographer, a wedding and portrait photographer and now he is a writer, columnist, teacher, motivator and artist.  He went to the BBC at the age of 19 and trained for three years to be a cameraman, going on to train as a Lighting Director, and leaving the BBC in 1998 to become a full time photographer.

He now specialises in making women look fabulous.

“I’m inspired by beauty and as I have matured as a photographer I’ve learned to see beauty in just about everyone and everywhere. It’s not what I look at that matters, it is what I see.

“Being a good portrait photographer requires key traits like having integrity, fun, respectfulness and a personable character. It wasn’t until I was in my early 30s that I began to gain that all important confidence needed to hone these skills, and I shot my first portrait in 1996 at the age of 32.”

“Some of the leading photographers I met early in my career had confidence and craft skills in bucket loads, but somehow they lost the desire or focus to really push themselves to greatness, and they fell by the wayside. It takes continual practice and improvement to get the most from photography and there are many obstacles along the way to overcome.”

“The secret of making consistently good photographs is to stay inspired and be passionate about photography. Inspiration fuels the learning of new techniques, and passion generates the motivation needed to continually practice.”

Fujifilm X System Guide for Portrait Photographers by Damien Lovegrove

THE FUJIFILM X SYSTEM GUIDE
FOR PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS

Buy now £15*

Prefer to pay in your local currency?
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* Price excludes VAT. Please see our FAQs above for more information regarding taxes in the E.U.

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