The FujiCast: Photography Podcast

The FujiCast: Photography Podcast

By Neale James & Kevin Mullins

Kevin Mullins and Neale James present The FujiCast Photography Show, a podcast for professionals and enthusiasts alike. Featuring special photographer guests, gear reviews, Fujifilm camera tips and your questions.


#266: The X100VI is out - review & last chance for FUJICAST LIVE tickets

It’s new camera week! The boys are excited over the launch, at last, of the latest Fujifilm X100 camera; the X100VI, or SIX! Aside from the thoughts about the numbering of the camera, we hear about the upgrades, the sensor and the reason to consider this a serious contender for inclusion in that pocket of space you may have in your kit bag. Also today, the photographers (past or present) Neale and Kev would choose to spend quality time with, our thoughts about using third-party lenses, final details about the 2nd March event at the House of Photography in London, supporting each other during times of trouble in the industry and advice for shooting your first professional gig in low light. Email the show with your questions:  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
26/02/24·47m 24s

#265: Please Sir, I want an X-Pro 4? And the truth about landscape shooters!

Kev’s knee is on the mend at last, fresh from recording an interview with Neale about his life as a working Mullins! Also on the show, buffer speeds slowing down your camera, buggy mechanical shutters, the ideal lens for photographing indoor sport, a firefighting proof camera, logging where you make your pictures with GPS, photography galleries in London and more. Email the show with your questions:  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
12/02/24·40m 39s

Episode #264: Why don’t I like my photographs?! And content is KING

Neale is on his African odyssey, whilst Kev is left shivering in Malmesbury but the show goes on as normal. Today on the show, the full agenda for our special FujiCast event at the House of Photography in London on the 2nd March this year, camera repairs, Lightroom user tips, squishing and squashing images for the web, learning to love your own pictures, being hard on your creative self, SEO for a new photo business website, custom camera settings and the perfect lens for a perfect job; an Indian wedding. Email the show with your questions:  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
29/01/24·38m 23s

#263: What do you desire of a new X100 camera? And looking for inspiration

Happy New Year: is it? The question Kev’s friends are asking in Malmesbury - we think it will be, as we look ahead a little more to the FujiCast Live event in London on March 2nd. Today on the show, what the boys would like to find if there is to be a new X100 successor to the V, how to beat the buffer blues when your camera slows down in burst mode, can Red Bull give your camera wings, stealing canapés, social media authenticity, third party lenses for the Fujifilm systems, single slot shooting, and a big engine under the hood of a future X100 model - one of the desires the boys have for the future of Fujifilm’s favourite EDC. Email the show with your questions:  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
15/01/24·40m 24s

#262: New Year New Camera? Plus finding confidence

The boys find a new fitness guru in Eddie Abbew, so the gauntlet is set for 2024’s health mission! Today ROLL UP ROLL UP, grab your tickets for the FujiCast Live event at the House of Photography in London on Saturday March 2nd featuring us, Mr. Whisper and Emily Renier. Also, when is a camera upgrade due, should we produce a zine, should they even be called zines, what attributes do you need to be a professional photographer, what can I do to solve lack of confidence, what is the five second rule, why are some second hand photo volumes so valuable and other questions? Email the show with your questions:  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
01/01/24·44m 56s

#261: Twas the show before Christmas and GET YOUR TICKETS FOR MARCH!

The Christmas pressies are arriving into the show. For Kevin, it’s mince pies and for Neale, mushrooms (although not what you’re thinking!) This week the boys open the ticketing for you to come to the special FujiiCast workshop event at the House of Photography in London on Saturday 2nd March. Also today, XH-2 lock-ups and a theory of card husbandry to sort the issue, the trinity of 2024 camera rumours, large v small sensors, blue-tooth headphone suggestion, desks that actually help you lose weight as you work, camera cleaning tips, even more Capture 1 chat, phones that can’t take pictures (!), and where did the clutches go on the Fujifilm lenses? Email the show with your questions:  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
18/12/23·49m 58s

#260: BIG ANNOUNCEMENT for the FujiCast London event 2nd March 2024

Kev has a dental appointment at two-thirty, TRUE, he really does, so we’re recording this before he finds “Drinks Reception” even harder to say! One thing that’s making him feel better is the big announcement for our FujiCast event at The House of Photography in London on Saturday March 2nd, which we an now officially reveal. At the event, we’ll be hosting workshops on the business of wedding and social photography, using sound within your documentary wedding work, plus special guests Mr. Whisper and Emily Renier will be hosting talks on street photography and wedding work respectively. Today we also talk about how to fit your GFX camera with a modestly priced lens, suggest an X mount lens for a birthday budget, a Capture One white balance issue with Fuji files, what you’d shoot with your last roll of film or digital equivalent of, lavish Italian weddings and, “Should I sell my X100V” asks one listener in confusion? Email the show with your questions:  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
04/12/23·44m 37s

#259: Selling your work online and books, the best investment

How much are your photobooks worth, and where can you get an idea of their value? Today, the investments that are, photo books, how to use pic-time to sell your work as fine art prints, understanding native and base ISO, the wonder Lightroom’s Denoise, why professional photographers won’t want to use in-camera ai to process pictures on the fly, which focus method should I use in my X-T5, or which works best? Also which pictures good enough to deliver would you hold back from a client due to the content, a question of Nikon that only the Internet can answer on our behalf, personal project advice and resolution needed to make ‘mahoosive' prints. Email the show with your questions:  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
20/11/23·39m 39s

#258: Should you be taking my photo? And candy shop eyes

Kev and Neale debate the appropriate nature of street photography with more and more people becoming private about the use of their images on line and in social media, plus they wonder if ‘real' storytelling pictures have been replaced by shadow play and ICM? Kev reminisces about fav wedding images as he prepares to depart ‘Planet Nuptials’ in terms of his professional photography, and the boys select from the incredible list of international venues they’ve photographed at and in. We also talk about candy shop eyes, the way you see a place or something for the first time, as opposed to the 170th, bad supplier food, and staying true to your style. The book of the week is Uplooker by Paul Charles Bartlett, a potent and very personal project focusing on the humanity and struggle of life on the streets of Adelaide during the Covid pandemic. Email the show with your questions:  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
06/11/23·51m 52s

#257 Buying a phone instead of a camera! And is the 50mm THE ONE?

Kev recalls, let’s just call it, his Hulk moment and Neale’s trying to swap his new 18mm for a 23mm and 35mm - dream on sir! We also talk about the beast that is the 50mm f1, Kev’s cupboard of doom, the return of a Facebook business page, a mini-guide to choosing Lightroom presets, essential non-photographic camera bag kit, and should I buy a new phone with amazing camera or a mirrorless? We need more questions into the show, so contact us via the Facebook group page or email  Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply. The showpage:
23/10/23·44m 55s

#256 Fortune favours the brave and if it ain’t broke, don’t fix!

Kev’s having a yard sale! Neale is planning a lens raid of his tardis like cupboard of doom looking for Kev's spare 23 and 35mm lenses as today we ask, can zoom lenses hold a candle to a prime, and what’s better for documentary work plus overall quality? Also camera strap love for Peak Design and Spider Camera Holsters, whilst lamenting the change of design of the latter, electronic and mechanical shutter selection choices, the most extraordinary wedding disaster story, the best kind of time capsule for showing and sharing important family photographs, the Dutch film factory that is or isn’t there in ’23, photographing football and the Beluga whale striker. Be sure to send your questions into the show via our Facebook group or be email to  THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS... Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James:  Guy Clarke: Stuff that works Peak Design: Spider Holster systems: 
09/10/23·44m 25s

#255 Slow that shutter speed down and Kev's X100V for sale?

Neale returns from Nessie hunting in Scotland and Kev prepares to wind up the motor on Rubber Band Airways as he goes to have a fight in Jersey! Today, how to set your Pic-Time account to your region and charging for downloads, the X100V advantage and do you want to buy Kev's, slow shutter speed pictures, new fads in wedding world, interview technique, stepping out of your genre zone, develop problems in LR, why flash could separate you professionally and focusing technique.
25/09/23·43m 33s

#254: Project Retirement. Is this the end of the FujiCast?

Neale is getting nostalgic about the old school days, giving money away (maybe) and Kev returns from Spain with family news, plus it seems the break has convinced him to retire?!?!? WHAT??? But what from? From photography, from The FujiCast? Is it really the end of the road? We talk about his life decision, how the wedding industry has changed and will change further wedding photographers in the UK. Also this week, Photosophy, the philosophy behind photography, Neale is spotted climbing Mont Blanc or is he, is the X100V a decent professional wedding camera, are we photographing more hours for the same money, and are Tikkety Tokkers really stealing pro photographer’s shots from over their shoulders to make influencer shorts? There’s also a book of the week; Store Front NYC by James and Karla Murray. Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James:  Justin Goulding think’s Neale is climbing Mont Blanc:  Photosophy by George Fakinos:  Store Front NYC: 
11/09/23·47m 58s

#253: Did someone say a FujiCast event? And what is my true value?

Note for your diary, there’s something special coming up in 2024 in the first week of March; a FujiCast event!!! Also today, how long it takes to edit a wedding, advice we received at the start of our careers, blogging tips and the importance of it for marketing, why your ai de-noiser thingie may be sending you pink pictures, cataloguing family photos in Lightroom, valuing your photography financially, workflow tips, physically looking after yourself during long shoots and is our best work behind us? THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS... Pic Time:  - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James: 
28/08/23·41m 41s

#252: GFX v X-T5 for studio portraits and Kev's BIG secret!

Guess who’s turned 50? Kev’s celebrating his half century in España, but proving the hardest person to buy a gift, so FIFTY NOT OUT, but don’t mention the cricket - and that’s not the secret by the way. We talk about the ideal camera resolution required for high quality studio portraits, how and where to store your precious back catalogue and another where; where do you read and enjoy your photobooks? Also, post-photoshoot and backup rituals, which presets to use and how often do you make a picture you TRULY love? THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS... Pic Time:  - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage: Kevin Mullins: Neale James:
14/08/23·39m 43s

#251: Buying a Fujifilm classic camera, turning pro and #getridofsepia

Kev sips his first ceveza by the pool serenaded by several thousand cicadas in the midday sun upon a hillside somewhere in Spain, but fortunately, we recorded episodes in advance, so this week; changing out from a DSLR to a ‘vintage’ Fujifilm X-T1, will it be good enough considering its age? Also, choosing your first lens for the Fujifilm system, Kev’s old cameras keep turning up thousands of miles away in Africa, inspired by artwork, hyper-realist portraits, turning professional in 18 months and just why is there a sepia-toned preset still??? THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS... Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage: Kevin Mullins: Neale James: Ian Bourne Art: and on Insta: Kev on Kelby’s blog: 
31/07/23·38m 37s

#250: Minimalism; keeping just ONE camera, and storage lifetime warning!

Kev’s demob happy, counting down the days with even more relish to his five and a half weeks of vacaciones as they say in España. We talk about our forever cameras, shooting pro with the 100V, there’s a Summer appeal for questions, the latest Fujifilm camera phone app; it seems not all is well in app land, more thoughts and ideas for camera shooters who photograph wearing prescription glasses, even more back button focus and exposure tips, the lifetime of hard drives, what makes a natural photo natural, making podcasts, backing up pictures on your travels, quick culling tips, Kev’s diet and where has the GNARBOX gone? THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS... Pic Time: - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply   The showpage:   Kevin Mullins:   Neale James:   Loading Zone podcast productions:     The Zoe Project:   More ideas for backup on the move:
17/07/23·49m 14s

#249: Kev’s new Fujifilm YouTube camera and the magic of Moriyama

Kev deliberates over a close family call, and looks forward to a five week Mediterranean road trip, or at least a seat by the pool, where he’ll learn to look through a camera eye piece wearing specs and spend some time with his latest Fujifilm camera purchase! Also today, bringing vintage film alive decades after it was originally shot, advice we’ve collated across the years of professional shooting, a ’sort of’ announcement for a FujiCast event in 2024, exposure compensation, file formats including HEIF, the truth about videographers and other stories. The book of the week is Daido Moriyama’s Retrospective, ‘Imperfect’.  THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS...   Pic Time:  - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply   The showpage:   Daido Moriyama’s retrospective book:   Spencer Wynn Photography: and Huron:   Kevin Mullins:   Neale James:   Loading Zone podcast productions:  
03/07/23·1h 2m

#248: Will my life be easier if I switch to Fujifilm?

This week Kev looks for a train that may be running and wonders whether he might have shot Sony, if only he could work out the menu system?!?!?! We persuade or at least discuss with one emailer, why switching to Fujifilm cameras is timely and ask which Fujifilm camera persuaded us to switch? We muse why American photographers make more money from print post-sales in the land of weddings and ask; do you feel like you have mastered photography or are still a work in progress? Also this week, best lens for sports photography, auto focus, proprietary versus third party lens set ups, the book London by Richard Bryant, curved monitors for photography, truth in photojournalism and the new Fujifilm app. THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS... Pic Time:  - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply   The showpage:   Kevin Mullins:   Neale James:   Loading Zone podcast productions:   The Vulture and the little girl? Kevin Carter: 
12/06/23·56m 52s

#247: Make boring photographs and have you seen Kev's X100V?

Look under your car seat, peep behind the sofa, Kev’s looking for his X100V! Perhaps it’s been used by his interior decorator - all will be revealed. Also on the show, getting more bang for your buck in backup-land, photographing in a pyramid, displaying your pictures in the myriad of aspect ratio frames available, why wedding cake makers are miffed with Bake Off, best skin tone film simulations, jpeg compression and choose your favourite ever lens chaps! Also a new feature this week about photography films on YouTube. This week, The Photographic Eye channel’s film about William Eggleston’s approach to photography, the 'dilemma of boring photographs'. THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS...   Pic Time:  - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply   The showpage:   Kevin Mullins:   Neale James:   Eggleston’s art foundation site:   Shiftabrick:   Sync:   Alex Kilbee’s film about making boring pictures: 
29/05/23·1h 1m

#246: Shhhhh, we’re going to talk about ai! And Bill Wyman broke my foot!

Kev and Neale take a jaunt to London and it results in a later release, well that’s the boy’s excuse - and they’re sticking by it. Today on the show, life cycles of mirrorless versus DSLR, front command dial problems and is ai going to cause as many problems for photographers as we fear? Also, changing Adobe subscriptions while keeping photos in the cloud safe, attaching vintage lenses and online sales advice. Our guest is Amy Milstein, a documentary wedding photographer in New York and the book of the week is Stones from the Inside, with photography by Bill Wyman. THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS... Pic Time:   - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James:  Hatchards book shop:  Amy Milstein photography from New York: 
15/05/23·1h 8m

#245 Lightroom on strike! Selling workshops and photowalks

Neale’s very excited as his 16-55mm lens is due to arrive whilst the show is being recorded and Kev’s readying himself for the start of the wedding season. Today questions and mails about a special Fujifilm and NHS picture competition to celebrate 75 years of the health service, choosing the best monitor for editing and programs for editing, starting a photowalk and workshop business, linear motor lenses, eating garlic as defence, slower lightroom with higher resolution sensors, manual focus peaking problems, restoring photos and used cameras, plus our guest is London street photographer, Mr. Whisper, back for part two of his chat with Neale. THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS...   Pic Time:  - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply   The showpage:   Kevin Mullins:   Neale James:   Loading Zone podcast productions:     Mr. Whisper’s website: Mr. Whisper’s November workshop in London:   Ken Rockwell’s 16-55mm review:   Fujifilm celebrating 75 years of the NHS with a photography competition:   Fixation London: 
01/05/23·1h 12m

#244 Please Sir, can we have an X-Pro M(onochrom)? Plus Mr Whisper’s BIG noise on the street

Neale has a bad case of flight wind and Kev is saving £1 a week for the rest of his life so he can afford Leica’s new Monochrom camera, whilst wishing and hoping that Fujifilm may at last release their own dedicated BW-only camera, especially now that even Pentax have launched theirs! One thing is for sure, both our boys are lamenting the closure of DPReview. Questions today on sharpening; to sharpen or not to sharpen, switching from a DLSR with an optical viewfinder to an electronic viewfinder in a Fujifilm mirrorless, building a new portfolio, working for free, removing pictures of those who have passed from online portfolios, shooting tethered with Fujifilm cameras, wonky frozen sub monitors and more. Our guest this week, visiting us for the first of two editions, is London-based street and travel photographer, Mr. Whisper. Pic Time:  - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James:  Loading Zone podcast productions:  Leica’s new M11 camera:  An update to DPReview’s closure news:  The new Pentax K-3 Monochrome camera:  Neale’s 365 feature:  Matt Stuart’s website featuring the ‘famous leaf picture”:  Jason Evans’ Daily Nice website:  Chris Orange’s food portfolio:  Photoshop and Lightroom tethered plugin for Fujifilm:  Em and Woz wedding photographers:  Mr.Whisper’s website:  Allister Freeman’s website:  Jeff Ascough’s street work: 
17/04/23·1h 11m

#243 The Photobusiness Blueprint and don’t get angry, GET INSTAGRAM!

Kev’s still doing the walk of shame following his phone ringing at a funeral, though it seems Neale is to blame! Today, film simulations and how they work in that magic box we call a camera, keeping up with corporate speak, the blueprint for a new photography business, website advice, simple ‘CRM’ and embracing free marketing platforms. Also, we’re poking the bear on the Instagram theme, let’s call it ’the rematch,’ photo books or YouTube, which works best in terms of tuition, colour casts in Lightroom and is an X-T3 still a good purchase. It’s also the second concluding part of our conversation with Kristina Varaksina, UK Fujifilm ambassador. Pic Time:   - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage:   Kevin Mullins:  Neale James:  Loading Zone podcast productions:    Janice Kho:  Kristina Varaksina:  KASE Magnetic filters:  Fujifilm X100S: From Snapshots to Great Shots:  Monochrome Mullins: 
03/04/23·1h 6m

#242 Finding a photo mentor and have Insta’s wheels fallen off?

Neale is loving his BIG switch to the X-H2s and Kev’s been to the races and has come back with a business plan to race ’Star’ at next year’s Gold Cup. On this week’s show, finding the gravity in grain, to sharpen or not to sharpen, how to improve the 'perfect digital camera', and mentoring; is it important, do you need one, and how do you search for the right one for you? Instagram, have the wheels fallen off or are we not posting correctly and when is a street photograph not a street photograph? Our guest is new Fujifilm X-Photographer, Kristina Varaksina, one of the UK’s new X-Photographers. We talk about self-portraits and a project about ‘unconventional beauty’ in part 1 of 2 visits.
20/03/23·1h 10m

#241 Launch your own photo workshop and the dog ate my Picasso!!!

Well we may not have tomatoes but we do have answers to your questions about Fujifilm cameras and photography. Today, trying to get family pictures when the family doesn’t want to be in them, knowing when to launch your own photo workshop, appreciating your worth, pushing yourself forward as a creative and news of ’something special’ in February ’24. Also, the worst kit you’ve invested in, lessons learned as a jobbing photographer and lotto sized photo expedition dreams. The book of the week is Lump: The Dog who ate a Picasso. Ally Stuart-Ross returns for part 2 of her conversation with Kevin about Mabel and Moose, her successful social photography brand, and it’s a bonus edition today because after the show, Kevin talks to Pic-Time about their new exciting features including publishing a bespoke blog on the platform.
06/03/23·1h 27m

#240 The Black Belt Photographer! and Ally Stuart-Ross on photographic self belief

Welcome to our new host Yūdansha, AKA ‘Black Belt Kev’ - he only went and did it! This week on the show, could the new X-H2 replace a desire to buy a GFX system, which GFX is right for me, high-end Photo Booth interests, should I use a lens hood and where can I buy a kit bag like Mullins? Writing photo tuition books, and what is at the top of our wish list of kit right now? Our guest is the founder behind Mabel & Møøse, Ally Stuart-Ross, whose successful brand of newborn photography is surprising all those who suggested she open a different kind of photography company; proof that self-belief is an important asset and book of the week is Café Lehmitz by Anders Petersen. 
20/02/23·1h 13m

#239 Productivity and, “Can you help find my mojo?"

Neale is getting dewy eyed over Chris Killip’s nostalgic photography, meanwhile Kev is sidetracked by his black belt grading and banned rugby anthems! By the way, if you’re a rugby fan as our Kev is, steady and ready yourself for some hopeless score predictions! Meanwhile in photography world, transitioning from portraits, finding street photography, editing larger raw files, smaller lens sizes and can we have a percentage symbol for battery strength instead of bars? Also, giving feedback to Fujifilm, bring back your mojo, X-E2 focus features and Lightroom sharing. John Dolan is our special guest returning for part two of his chat with Kev, and the boys are looking for more show questions; tech, creative and anything in-between, so email our website or Facebook group.
06/02/23·1h 9m

#238 Happy Birthday X-Pro1 and the amazing Mr Dolan!

'Black belt in waiting Kev' ponders fight club in East London and Neale is wrestling too, but with a loan camera of a flavour he’s never tried before. We celebrate a special birthday for a much loved Fujifilm camera, talk about all-weather shooting, white balance 101, Torsten’s X-Pro3 has returned home, questions of sharpness in the Fujifilm range, print options for our hero sponsor pic-time, the best FF camera for vlogging with a FujiGimbal and auto ISO issues. Also, an appreciation for darts, though it’s not a sport! Our guest is John Dolan, documentary and celebrated wedding photographer.
23/01/23·1h 7m

#237 End of the road for the X-Pro? And TRUST your pictures

Kev moves into plumbing services it seems and Neale’s left wondering where the years seem be disappearing to. Meanwhile is it time to drop DSLR from our language, is the X-Pro 3 the last of the lineage, if the brand was Fuji-Mullins - what would the next camera release be? Also today, strong post wedding sales, we talk ’shooting square’, try to figure how some photographers find an ‘X factor,’ understand why the X100 range has a small form factor, and accurate colour from your monitor. Book of the Show is The Perfect Imperfect by John Dolan and after the show on the Patreon channel the pop up show features our first member’s picture critique, street pictures from Wade Brown in Australia.
09/01/23·52m 12s

#236 Nostalgia, rock ’n’ roll and the missing mince pies

It’s Boxing Day 2022, there’s no let up for ya from the boys, as they meet for St. Stephen’s Day in the Podcastsphere. Today Kev receives preset orders from unlikely places, reveals his top movie of all time, we discuss the magical X100V ‘zoom’, new critiques for ’23, more on delete and sharpening-gate, street photographers with attitude, X-H2s or the H2 and Kev delves into Eric Luke’s Changing Faces of Ireland book.
26/12/22·49m 10s

#235 Kev is selling his camera! Plus getting the 'filmic look'

Neale laments another England footie exit, though gets over it within 15.7 seconds, whilst Mullins is too full of cold to even know the result. This week, assigning buttons, even more shortcuts and why Kev is selling gear! We muse over which design elements of the cameras and lenses we use today could be the result of Mullins’ contributions to the suggestions box at Fujifilm HQ’s design floor in Japan, we discuss which sensors have more of a filmic feel in the Fujifilm range and photo processing to achieve that look, original X100 values, first and preferred lens choices, IBIS and another case of ’The Worms!’ Beware sharpening levels. Our guest is Chris Orange on food photography and his special assignment!
12/12/22·1h 16m

#234 Touring the Fujifilm factory and to grain or not to grain

Kev attempts an unboxing, camera short-cut secrets, how to clean your cameras, using Affinity Photo and we talk about grain; what’s the best way to apply it and is it really necessary? We find out that Kev has a new ‘not so secret now’ Instagram page for lovers of black and white photography, what do you say to famous folk you meet in the bathroom, syncing your camera clocks part 2, copying settings between camera bodies, why you shouldn’t delete in camera and more. Also this week Kev and Andreas get behind the scenes in Japan at ‘the factory’.
28/11/22·1h 9m

#233 Becoming Fujifilm ONLY and I just want an X100V!

Kev refuses to start the show until the rugby final whistle blows, but once underway we talk about getting insured (not as dull as it sounds), should you buy an X100F if you can’t get hold of the V, becoming Fujifilm ONLY, will a GFX deliver me a full frame bokeh experience, the best tip for syncing ’time’ on your Fujifilm camera, dealing with trolls, owning up to mistakes, buying older lenses and embracing new glass. Also, a pop-up competition to ‘competition’ to find Kev’s suspect wedding image! Plus a trip to Japan this week to hear from Fujifilm product planners and executives answer your questions.
14/11/22·1h 10m

#232 The X-T5 has landed here’s why you may need one!

Kev is back from Japan with news about new cameras and lenses and he’s pondering a clear-out of his camera bag - quick it’s a Mullins everything must go sale! It’s a special FujiCast week with new kit announcements, plus we talk about entrusting your post-processing to a computer; is artificial intelligence good enough to process a look and feel into your precious photographs? Also, are cameras becoming too small for comfortably holding, do you wear ear protection on loud jobs, what spare items do you carry in the kit bag that are not photographic but possible ‘life savers’, how long do you really need to hold on to raws, do your LR pictures need deworming, is Twitter the new ‘best’ way to share our pictures, and would you like a GFX and a stash of cash for the year to go and make the best photo story? On top of this, special guests from the UK and Japan to celebrate what Kev believes will be the best selling X-T of all time!
02/11/22·1h 20m


There seems to be a break in transmission, but fear not, it's all for a reason... listen on....
31/10/22·1m 7s

#231 WTF is an NFT, plus EDCs: HELP it’s the attack of the acronym!

Where in the World is Kev as this episode goes out? Somewhere it seems on an airliner. Today, having your pictures cropped by a third party, is it a problem? Also knowing your camera, editing processes, digital workflow, charging and contracting for charity commissions, memory card housekeeping notes, X100V focusing advice, your everyday carry cameras, what is digital art and what is photography, and can they be one of the same? Robin Morgan is back as our guest from Iconic Images for part 2 of a conversation that today tries to unpick the NFT market. The show is brought to you by our Patrons and 
17/10/22·1h 14m

#230 Iconic Images and THE iconic Fujifilm camera

Kev tries to educate Neale on National Lampoon, we talk contracts and compassion in the face of cancellation, digital marketing and the dos and don’ts of optimizing your website for more traffic, Pinterest, why you need to keep up to date with your website security, X100V troubleshooting, wedding etiquette, image stabilization, EVF problems, exposing for varying skin types in the same group, the most important Fujifilm camera produced and other stories. The founder of Iconic Images, Robin Morgan is our guest. The show is brought to you by our Patrons and 
03/10/22·1h 14m

#229 Finding your ‘abstract’ and Chrisman part 2

A Tuesday edition following a day of observation and reflection yesterday upon the funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II. In today’s edition we’re happy to welcome back for the second part of his conversation with Kevin, Ben Chrisman. Also, we talk about finding your ‘abstract’, reported X-T3 recurring problems, X-Pro for video, keeping your files safe on tour abroad, the fall and fall of the Internet cafe, creating a dream camera, memories of Etch a Sketch, polariser use and writing terms of service. Today’s show is brought to you by our Patrons and Pic-Time, see the show page for a link to receive one month’s membership free.
20/09/22·1h 14m

#228 Award winning Ben Chrisman and where can I find an X100V?

Kev is back from Spain and has already planned two months away for next year! Questions include how focused a website should be, Lightroom flavours, new colour profiles within the X-H2s, focusing on X100 cameras, trying to find an X100V; are there any left and which lenses would you like to see new versions of? The award winning documentary wedding and portrait photographer Ben Chrisman is our guest for part one of a chat with Kev and we look at published work by Hiperfocales member Luis Alberto Padilla González. With thanks to Pic-Time who support the show and our patrons. 
05/09/22·1h 19m

#227 What could a newer 56 bring and VANLIFING with an X-T3!

As Kev jets out to Spain for the month to escape the school Photo Booth, the boys decide to take a leaf out of X-Photographer guest Emily Endean’s life-book and consider vanlifing for a month together as we lament the loss of a showbiz legend who is now Wombling Free forever more. Photographically we talk about jpegs versus providing prints in social photography, online galleries, the seemingly rare X100V and what we'd like from a newer model, AF in the X-H2s, a London guide for street photography and do we miss full frame? Book of the month is The Best of Times, The Worst of Times and our guest is Emily Endean.
01/08/22·1h 40m

#226 The FujiCast LIVE from the House of Photography, London

We're BACK ON THE ROAD at Fujifilm's House of Photography in London's Covent Garden with a live studio audience and special guest Andreas Georghiades, Group Marketing Manager. We also hear from two FujiCast listeners with a short excerpt from their talks prior to the show as part of FujiCast's Got Talent. Today we talk about new cameras and lenses and look ahead to future announcements too including SHOW NEWS for September. Send your questions for the show to 
04/07/22·1h 12m

#225 The X-H2 has landed and ONE LIGHT portraits with Glyn Dewis

It turns out that Kev had the X-H2 in his hands all along and… wait for it… he LOVES it, well, nearly all of it. The London meet up is nigh and the boys announce the finishing touches, we talk PASM dials and their place on Fujifilm cameras, new lenses, photographic cancellation policies, going above and beyond for clients, the laws of street work, thoughts on wide angle lens choices, Photofilms and is a wed-apocalypse on the cards? Our guest is the photographer and post processing expert/legend Glyn Dewis and the book of the month comes from Sandra Cattaneo Adorno, called Scarti Di Tempo.
06/06/22·1h 31m

#224 New shiny toys and NEWSFLASH... We’re back on the road again!

This week Kev tries to remain very tight-lipped on the shiny new things Fujifilm has coming, the show is back on the road with an announcement for a London recording in June at the House of Photography - and you can claim your ticket. X-T4 or X-T2, what do I choose? Why Kev hasn’t been on YouTube so much of late, why you could/should consider shooting P mode, the pitfalls of shooting too much when it comes to the edit, how the magical Tascam audio gizmo works that we’ve been discussing, and more. This month’s guest is Fujifilm X-Photographer Kirth Bobb talking about social and street work and the book of the month is Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen’s Byker Revisited.
02/05/22·1h 28m

#223 Street photography, learning from the best featuring Matt Stuart

Kev is trapped in Malmesbury, no petrol, no heating, no oven even! Send pizzas now! We talk about seeing in black and white, what clients think of our ’smaller cameras’, the new miracle sound box from Tascam, having your camera converted for infrared and camera system looks; is there such a thing? BIG show news for an event coming up we’d love you to join us at, Kev sorts out some exposure lock problems and we talk about making pictures during times of crisis in the news. The extraordinary street photographer Matt Stuart is our guest and he also is the feature of Book of the Month with ’Think like a street photographer'.
04/04/22·1h 32m

#222 Organisations. To join or not to join??? And Kev goes green with rage!

Today Kev gives wedding advice, but not necessarily the photographic kind. The last of the current weekly editions before the show reverts to a monthly from April. We talk about the monotony of some business tasks that sap the joy from creativity, forgetting clients’ names and raise the ‘Should you belong to an organisation or society’ question cautiously. We talk about settings for making video shooting out of the box, editing software, focusing issues, workshops and tech in cameras; is it getting just a little too clever? Get your questions in to or through the private Facebook group.
14/03/22·1h 2m

#221 Does Black and White make my pictures look more pro? Plus IMPORTANT SHOW NEWS!

There’s news to announce today about the show’s future! We also talk about the march of technology and ask; "Does it, de-skill photographers?" AI culling software - it’s here! How should I behave when I’m at a wedding with a camera? What films inspire us? Designing a new website, how multi-genre should it be? We talk perfect laptops for editing and choose a camera combo for working in environmental portraiture, plus ask if Facebook is a better place for your new blog. Our guest is Charles Brooks, back for part 2 of our discussion about making the most extraordinary pictures inside musical instruments.
07/03/22·1h 16m

#220 What’s in the box? And can we have a movie camera, please?

A mysterious box shows up for Kev, is it, could it be the… (all will be revealed). One of the regular favourite discussions; we talk X-H2, add a video camera to the wish list and look ahead to a new sensor. We also answer questions on insurance for photographers, where to self-publish, what life experiences or courses have added value to our creative lives or outlook. Our guest is the remarkably talented photographer and musician Charles Brooks who makes pictures within instruments that are simply out of this world!
28/02/22·1h 13m

#219 Will my camera float? And Kev’s in an Amazon Frenzy!

Neale is still considering whether to douse a Fujifilm camera in a bucket of water to test its water resistance, whilst Kev is keen to put anything with an Apple logo into that same bucket. We talk about Fujifilm making a film camera; is there a market? We discuss the possibility of the public now hiding from street photographers, favourite photographer documentaries and BEST value camera bags; it seems Kev may be responsible for Mr. Bezos’s fleet of yachts!
21/02/22·1h 6m

#218 Upgrading to the X-T4 and kinder street photography

This week, are some photographers less ‘relevant' with time? Showing respect on the street, Kev shares why he upgraded to the X-T4 when he thought he wouldn’t and is the updated 10-24 lens worth the additional investment? We talk camera apps on phones, why Kev no longer watches photography YouTube channels and the humanitarian projects we’d like to work on. Our guest is Lucy Hamidzadeh.
14/02/22·1h 4m

#217 Does my tail look big in this? Zooms and portraits

Kev plays Mystic Meg with the rugby scores from the weekend just gone, but did he fortune tell correctly? This week, the IBIS debate continues; just how useful is it? Making zoom decisions, EVF colour shifts, setting up a portrait business, we enthuse over the magical musical instrument photographs of Charles Brooks, choosing lenses for a personal project, Insta v Flickr, learning to shoot weddings by the book and more. Our guest this week is Canadian aviation photographer Simon Blakesley returning for part 2 of his conversation with us.

#216 Am I improving? Serendipity launches a new photo career

Where do photographers find their ideas for projects, what is the best Fujifilm lens/body combo for wedding work, should I hang my own work on the walls of my house, how do you measure your own improvement, surely not by social media? Also we have advice if you’re thinking of starting a workshop and our guest is the Canadian photographer Simon Blakesley who photographs jets in the beautiful Yukon.
31/01/22·1h 9m

#215 IBIS for an X-Pro4? And Shiny Happy photographer

If you’re a cricket fan, this show comes with a health warning! Today we talk 365s, choosing film simulations according to light, website copywriting, choosing between the X-T3 and X-T4 and we ponder over IBIS in an X-Pro4? Also, is the X-H1 a capable sports camera, will a photographic ban on mothers nursing their babies bring us ever closer to ’street’ censorship, what is percussion testing within a camera body and how do I buff out a scratch on my lens? Kev’s book of the week is Michael Stipe’s latest photography book and Chris Floyd is our archive interview.
24/01/22·1h 17m

#214 Celebrating solitude and street work in your own town

Are professional European photography gigs over for the Brits? Kev’s gotten rid of his bed bugs, we’re still guessing what an X-H2 may bring, we talk camera ergonomics including our feelings about the X100V, the ‘right time’ for using flash, embracing street photography in your own town, the kit you bought you wished you hadn’t and celebrate not having to calibrate lenses. The book of the week is Parker J. Pfister’s Of Solitude and we revisit the archive to hear from Shotkit’s Mark Condon.

#213 New to street? Advice and do you really need a blog?

Kev’s reboot has begun for ’22. We talk 'must have' shots at weddings, creative ruts, X-Trans sensor magic, back button focussing on the X100V, advice for new street photographers, left eye shooters, using exposure compensation and ask; “What is the difference in light gathering when considering lenses on a full frame camera versus APSC sensor camera?” Casey Orr returns for the concluding part of her chat with Kev.
10/01/22·1h 11m

#212 Exploring questions with your camera and a left eyed X-Pro?

The last one of the year as we take a short break over the holiday period. We’re musing over cameras for left eyed shooters, revisiting focusing techniques, pricing a 'day in the life’ photo business, Kev shares his plans for ’22 and we ask, “Could you shoot a wedding just with zooms?” We talk about photography start-ups, stolen library owned photobooks, have some jpeg editing tips, Covid passes at weddings and the most popular colour for an X100 range camera. Our guest is documentary photographer Casey Orr.
20/12/21·1h 7m

#211 "Get out the camera and take the picture" + seeing in the dark with the 50mm f1

Who ate all the mince pies and why is Kev favouring the new 50mm f1 lens for his wedding work? We talk about working with videographers in a documentary setting and dancing whilst making your pictures! We discuss providing pictures to bereaved families, stepping back to manual focus times, making stories locally and ask, are you proud of what you shoot? Book of the week is Asim Khan’s Scenes from a World in Lockdown and we hear from Deanna Dikeman on her book Leaving and Waving.
13/12/21·1h 17m

#210 X-Pro or X-T? And the Twitterstorm!

This week we talk about photofilms and the various different versions that Kev and Neale present to clients, how to wrangle with back button focus, there’s a Twitterstorm brewing, X-Pro v X-T and camera choice dilemmas, combining footage from drones and an X-H1 in a video edit, the wonderful new 18mm lens and what to do when your mails just seem to go to peoples’ spam boxes! Polly Rusyn is back to talk about street photography too.
06/12/21·1h 2m

#209 Seeing theatre in your street photography & what makes a great image?

Kev is under the weather but the test came back clean so he’s fit to fly on the podcast and Neale has unleashed (can you see what we did there) his own studio dog. We muse over photographers that can’t or won’t embrace innovation, talk cropping, discuss the amount of images returned to clients from an edit, how we send images to clients, whether it’s time to finally drop the full frame lens equivalent references, ask what makes an image great and other stories. Our guest is street photographer and FujiFilm ambassador Polly Rusyn.
29/11/21·1h 12m

#208 Celebrating Tom Stoddart & Influencers versus Photographers

This week we pay our respects to a giant of photojournalism, Tom Stoddart who passed away last week. On the show, Kev is off to a wedding with the Archbishop! We talk about firmware and Instax printers, the X-M1 and X-E range, solve some X100F metering issues, dream AGAIN about a monochrome sensor, discuss personal versus work cameras and ask; “Are you SOOC?” Book of the week this week is Marilyn Stafford’s ‘A Life in Photography’.
21/11/21·1h 2m

#207 Future proofing your photo business & a world without film?

Do they have Polar Bears in Argentina, how much is Kev’s vet’s bill, what is a shutterless camera lifespan, should you have a 'scaffold in pictures' contract clause, can you future proof a photo business for another pandemic and why do people humble brag? We imagine a world without film, talk about travel and backups, dream of a BW sensor and discuss how the new larger sensor size may affect lens purchases. The book of the week is Fred Herzog’s Modern Color and Darren Goldstein returns to talk about stills unit photography.
15/11/21·1h 11m

#206 Being a movie stills shooter & to drone, or not to drone...

Neale and Kev ponder whether to believe in Father Christmas over the politicians, we discuss the new lens roadmap and Viltrox lenses, the value of signed photography books, we tip our hats to Salgado’s latest exhibition, discuss the charges made to videographers in UK churches, lightroom rescues, drones and X100 cameras; are they the perfect all round travel companions? Book of the Week is Jim Marshall’s 'Show Me the Picture' and our guest is unit stills photographer Darren Goldstein.
08/11/21·1h 13m

#205 You charge how much?! And swapping from Nikon

The boys shelve their plans for space exploration but they do get scientific about how they store their precious pictures in the cloud. Also, they share their commercial day rates, muse over retouching demands, an X-H1 filming issue, whether there is a safe lock to protect camera kit, using smart phones for pro photo work and discuss the ‘genre that got away.’ Tickety Boo by Charles Traub is book of the week and we welcome back Reggie Ballesteros, American X-Photographer.
01/11/21·1h 11m

#204 IBIS; the X-T4 game changer? And Fujifilm ambassador Alan Hewitt, pt2.

Kev decides there’s more money in laundry than photographs, we talk the new 23mm - is it time to swap? We talk about the draw of Fujifilm, ask if IBIS is the X-T4 game changer and discuss best lens combos for talking heads interviews in video mode, plus is mobile tech going to replace the pro photographer’s camera skills? Book of the week is Tanya Nagar’s New Street Photographers Manifesto: Any Camera, Anywhere and our guest back for part 2 of his conversation with Mullins is Alan Hewitt, wildlife photographer.
25/10/21·1h 12m

#203 DSLR v APSC and Alan Hewitt’s wildlife change of life pt1.

Kev and Neale are buying a private set of ‘islands’ in the sea with their Euromillions win! This week, mails on the perfect street set up, the differences between DSLR and APSC, deleting your historically less ’skilled’ efforts in Instagram and we’re asked if developing a style can thwart your overall creativity. Projects and the how, what, why of them surfaces once more, we talk teleconverters for X100 cameras and Neale Surprises Kev with what’s going on behind the curtains of Arcacia Avenue. Book of the week is Abandoned Tennessee by Jay Farrell and our guest is Fujifilm ambassador and wildlife photographer Alan Hewitt.
18/10/21·1h 7m

#202 What ARE the rules of the street? And photo comp judges!

Kev needs a new photographic keep fit regime that doesn’t hurt his knees, we chat about emotional images and how they affect us as the photographer, what we’d choose given a one camera one lens choice, we talk Zuckergate, secure logins and Twitter sharing. What is the age ceiling of wedding photographers and camera club competition judges, discuss!?! The book of the week is Sally Mann’s Hold Still and Peter Dench returns for part 2 of his conversation with Mullins. 
11/10/21·1h 19m

#201 Peter Dench on disarming an ‘audience’ with your portfolio and Fujifilm, should I?

Kev needs help with iTunes and large Swedish furniture emporiums, we talk merch, re-sorting a camera time sync issue, setting up a wedding business on two continents, finding your style and we ask; “Is the original X100 still useful today?” We also answer questions on why our passion projects are not our jobs, what camera straps we use, why C1 and LR can’t recreate ALL Fujifilm simulations for ALL cameras universally, how the new 18mm has impacted Kev’s wedding work and why you might choose to swap to the Fujifilm ecosystem. Our guest this week is Peter Dench who talks about building a surprising portfolio and the book of the week is Lucy Hamidzadeh’s Unfinished Stories.
04/10/21·1h 15m

#200 Has Fujifilm changed the way I photograph?

It’s the 200th edition, though the party is being postponed until 2028 when we’re all allowed to meet in a theatre again. Kev finds a unique method for his lateral flow tests before a wedding, we talk more about photographic style and if moving to Fujifilm changes the way you see, plus we ask are Fujifilm pictures ‘muddy’ out of camera? We muse over how the podcast started and talk about hosting your first exhibition. Book of the week is Archive by Bertien Van Manen and our guest is Sandra Cortanneo Ordano talking about the book Aguas De Ouro, published not long after starting her photographic career aged 60.
27/09/21·1h 13m

#199 Shooting a photographer’s wedding and anyone want to buy our bleep machine? It’s over!

Shooting a wedding for an established professional wedding photographer. How does that feel? This week we find out from our special guest Anna McCarthy who shot our own Mullins’ big day. We also talk about personal photographic style. Is it real? There’s advice on lens upgrades, Kev and Neale consider truck driving again and we talk about upgrading your X100 camera to become become an infrared version! Also, we’re ’selling' the bleep machine, asking how secure your kit is on the road and wondering why local authorities don’t open up unused shops to be places of art. Book of the week is Genesis by Sebastiào Salgado.
20/09/21·1h 26m

#198 Ethics, morals, emotions of photography plus ASK ANDREAS part 2.

Kev and Neale discuss their ‘new' photography company, we talk about ’Tonygate’, ask what might happen if Fujifilm stopped making cameras, we open up the X100V clinic, chat about in camera digital bokeh and try to solve a rapid focusing issue. We also ask how trustworthy second shooters are, what subject matter you would find ultimately hard to photograph ethically, morally and emotionally and how we can stop trolls from having anonymous social media accounts. Book of the week is Wear a Mask by Martin Stott and it’s Part 2 of Ask Andreas featuring Group Marketing Manager Andreas Georghiades.
13/09/21·1h 21m

#197 ASK ANDREAS part 1 and swapping our X-T or X-Pro for a GFX?

Kev is recovering after his marathon of weddings, so it’s a welcome sit down for a coffee and chat about what makes the perfect photo book design. We also talk about swapping our X-Ts and X-Pros for a GFX, the latest Fujifilm Summit, Kev gives dubious flying advice for nervous fliers but sterling advice for a sixteen year looking at a photographic career. We ponder whether cloud back up is safe enough and expensive, if Fujifilm could add shutter sound effects to bodies to resemble favourite classic camera sounds, protecting the X100 series lens, using the X100V’s digital zoom and what 'non-photographers' appreciate in a professional picture. 'Hey look at this' by Dennis Skyum is the ‘book of the week’ and it’s part one of the latest Ask Andreas, where the Group Marketing Manager for Fujifilm answers your brand questions.
06/09/21·1h 24m

#196 TURN MY LIKES OFF and Palle Schultz in praise of Kubrick

Kev’s not convinced he should join Celebrity Love Island, but he has drunk Malmesbury clean dry of booze! This week’s questions include; “Why do on board clarity settings slow my camera down, what wedding traditions are photographically wearing, have you joined Glass yet, will you be turning your LIKES counter off, what’s wrong with the dual shoulder harness type strap and how can I optimise Lightroom preview practise?" We talk tilt shift for Fuji cameras and face our flash demons. Book of the week is Sandra Odorno’s Águas de Ouro and our friend of the show chat is with Palle Schultz.
30/08/21·1h 22m

#195 The shot that GOT AWAY and being positive about social!

Mullins is buying a horse box. Is equestrian photography about to become his latest photographic skillset? Why buy a lens cloth when old used underwear is an option, should I avoid any and all children appearing in my street pictures, are we too negative about social media, do I HAVE to shoot film, should my business post Covid embrace multi genres, just who uses P mode and what is the shot that GOT AWAY for you? Kev reveals which camera he recommends to most people who ask for the best all rounder Fujifilm camera and why having the shutter sound turned on in his mirrorless X100V makes him feel like a ‘proper photographer.’ Tim Page’s Requiem is the book of the week and Scott Johnson is our guest; a friend of the show and fellow Fujifilm X-Photographer.
23/08/21·1h 3m

#194 Who’s afraid of the big bad TROLL and LOVE thy camera!

Neale is literally mining for questions and Kev is inviting a star studded list of photographers to take turns in photographing his big day; just another week really. We talk camera button layouts, dealing with trolls and negative comments, looking after your back when hauling gear, planning your own workshops, photographing Mrs. Stephenson, camera tech versus phone manufacturing, being fed as a supplier and drinking gin by the pint, by accident! Book of the week is Chris Ferreira’s incredible art/doodle/photography book, Journal: To the Mayon Volcano and Beyond and our guest is Robin Ravilious.
16/08/21·1h 9m

#193 I want to photograph ROCK N ROLL! The 50mm f1 v the beloved 56mm f1.2

Is Kev going to be the next Mick Rock? The boys talk about back to back event shooting and miles under the wheels. Oh why can’t we have a monochrome Fujifilm camera, why so many menus, what is the correct dress code for photographing an event and is teeth whitening really necessary? We talk on the road ‘disasters,’ scanning legacy prints, being ready to take on mentoring clients and the 50mm f1 v 56mm f1.2. Book of the week is The Verve by Chris Floyd and we talk to friend of the show Mandy Burton about finding your photographic confidence.
09/08/21·1h 5m

#192 A change of show name? And shooting vintage glass

Neale and Kev feel like the only masked photographers in town plus questions include: Why don’t you change the name of the show, where does photography fall in the most furloughed industries list, why do photographers shoot multiple systems, which movie directors inspire you photographically and do you shoot with vintage lenses? We also talk film simulations, the Big Stopper and whether you should bother with colour calibrating your monitors. Book of the week is Elliott Erwitt’s Kolor and our guest is documentary photographer Adrian Arbib.
02/08/21·1h 12m

#191 Indie camera shops and good news for Euro street shooters

Kev’s overheating and he’s had just four hours sleep in as many days! Neale is pining for Africa again as the boys talk about where they’d like to make photo stories when the world opens up. Tamron has a new lens for us to look forward to, packing a bag for 24 hours in New York City, The Great British Photography Challenge, watermarking, a tool that can select our best pictures by ai, self publishing, why Kev has fallen out of love with Wordpress and street shooting legally; good news! The book of the week is Do Photo by Andrew Paynter and our guest is Northern Ireland’s only independent camera store owner, photographer Pascal Diamond.
26/07/21·1h 15m

#190 HOW to become a Fujifilm Ambassador? & ‘Mail to Messy'

Free Brewdog has appeared, but we promise to present the show sober! This week, the big question: Just HOW can you become a Fujifilm brand ambassador? We also talk custom settings, how to ‘raise’ the buttons on the back of your cameras, mask wearing on jobs, EVF v OVF, keeping or selling cameras, the state of Kev’s kit and we ask; “Is every picture a story?” We return to the subject of a ’new’ Instagram dawn too. Book of the week is Joel Meyerowitz with Wild Flowers and our guest is Matt Searles, a phenomenal photographer from New Zealand, who takes his camera on a mail run each day producing the most incredible documentary and landscape pictures of Mesopotamia.
19/07/21·1h 13m

#189 An X100M? Dare we dream? & Who stole Kev’s X-Pro2?

Kev is losing it, well he’s lost his memories cards, batteries and a whole X-Pro2! Lockdown losses. Some ’sound’ advice for budding podcasters, we talk URBEX (urban exploration photography), zooms versus primes, attending college to learn photography and workshops, using Instax printers at events and is Twitter the new way to share pictures? Are you patient enough to print? And a conversation about a monochrome only X100. In the Shadow of Cleve Hill by royal racing photographer Bernard Parkin is book of the week and we meet another friend of the show, Dennis Lee.
12/07/21·1h 15m

#188 X100V, an F1 speed focusing machine and your first SOLO exhibition

Kevin makes number 11 in the hip hop charts and plans to go on tour! A new career perhaps? Neale's bleep machine is on fire this week as Kev gets proper irate about politics. Over in photo making land though, we talk Snapseed, destination wedding work, editing on iPads, design foibles, white balance, HDR shooting, sensor cleaning, switching from Nikon to an X-E3 and how wedding photography has changed? The book of the week is the World Atlas of Street Photography and Michael Beecham is our guest talking about putting on his first solo exhibition.
05/07/21·1h 18m

#187 Make a video part 2 and scary photo moments?

Neale is hiding his new camera purchase, the boys dip back into their Irish heritage for a green passport that may allow them to shoot weddings in Europe and Kev gives more X Raw Studio advice. How do you keep on top of the myriad of ways people now use to keep in touch on social media and what’s the best productivity tool? We talk scary and proud photographic moments, the way sensors treat colour, camera design gripes, sound tips and what makes a good Kickstarter book. The book of the week is the Thames and Hudson Photofile book on Elliott Erwitt and our guest for part 2 of using your video button is Carl Hare.
28/06/21·1h 12m

#186 Turn that video button on! And USED X-T3 or NEW X-T4?

Kev awaits his new monitor, but will it arrive? We talk about the affect others’ photography online has to inspire, the importance of Kickstarter book projects, recording audio for slideshows and filming, the electronic v mechanical shutter actuations lifespan of a Fujifilm mirrorless camera, OIS v IBIS, ask the question; X-T3 or X-T4? TikTok; should I be embracing it for my social marketing? Information Asymmetry; the reason at last, why you should keep the boxes your cameras come in, if you’re ever going to try and resell them. Is it time to think of new genre horizons if weddings don’t return in quite the same fashion for photography? The book of the week is Island Tides by Paul Glazier and our guest is Carl Hare from Fujifilm UK, who is a product specialist and plans to help with ALL questions VIDEO.
21/06/21·1h 22m

#185 Kev's getting wed! Photographer needed? And buy yourself an X100V!

The boys are back in town… cue the song! This week the astounding news that Kev is getting married, but to whom? And why? Did last week’s episode cause this? So many questions! Neale and Kev design their perfect camera, we give a ‘hall pass’ to buy an X100V, discuss camera customisation and talk about your website; are you about to feel the wrath of Google? Can you mix and match old and new video footage to make family stories that are enduring and how technical do you need to be to make such a film? Do we accept bitcoin, how do we deal with Covid discount requests, two cam set ups; should they be identical bodies? The book of the week is a Hoxton Mini Press book; London Nights and our guest is Christopher O’Sullivan talking about shooting and publishing your first book.
14/06/21·1h 21m

#184 Living a Photographic Story and What Makes Us Successful?

Neale is taking a well-earned break, so Gemma joins Kevin at the helm as they steer the good ship Fujicast into several Icebergs. We discuss what makes us successful and more GAS.  Are we buying cameras because they look cool or because they do the job? Just why haven’t Kev and Neale kept their promise to Gemma, and what is the right thing to wear to a wedding? The book of the week is 'If We Shadows' by Bailey, which Gemma gets stuck into, and acclaimed photographer Spencer Wyn is our guest. Hang around to the end of the show to see just how it went when Kev & Gemma cracked some cold ones and tried their best.
07/06/21·1h 5m

#183 It’s time to MAKE YOUR BOOK! and tackling ‘Uncle Bob'

Kev considers how he no longer has time to be a photographer now his radio career is lifting off, we tackle the new street photography and YouTube clauses when it comes to identifying people in your pictures and films, dealing with over zealous amateurs ’stealing your shots,’ self timer presets, the perfect first Fujifilm family camera for a pro and choosing between the X100V and X-H1 for video work. We ask, “Is burst mode cheating when you’re shooting street work and will we have to start requesting permission on the street for pics?” Kev’s Book of the Week is from Belgian photographer Stefan Vanfleteren and Our Friend of the Show guest is Alex Frederickson.
31/05/21·1h 13m

#182 Swapping from Nikon and what is fine art photography?

Kev is luxuriating in Bunker Malmesbury, Neale is in the studio, though it’s business as usual with your questions. This week, is there any point to IBIS when films today are as ‘Shaky' as an 80s pop star singing Green Door? We talk about taking on a part time job if wedding work gets shifted again, whether we could return to a time which necessitates shooting with film cameras only, Clubhouse, the banning of street shooting and we debate fine art photography; what is it? The boys tempt a lifelong Nikon shooter with a shopping list, we sort out the black and white simulation options in camera, and discuss perfect pancakes of the lens variety. The book of the week is Todd Hido’s 'On Landscapes, Interiors and The Nude' and our Friend of the Show interview is with Steve Vaughan.
24/05/21·1h 12m

#181 Deleting 100K Instagram subscribers! And naturist wedding shooters apply here!

Kev and Neale release a little more about their forthcoming July documentary photography course in Amersham. We also talk about making family documentary pictures, photographing naturist and fancy dressed weddings, manual focus lenses; will Fujifilm ever produce a set? Also using the GFX as a documentary camera, the decision to purchase a good monitor for photographic retouching, boxgate is still here, budget friendly cine lenses for the Fuji range, state of the photographic industry, snaps versus photographs and what would make the perfect X-Pro4 and X-H2! Book of the week is 'Stags, Hags and Bunnies' by Dougie Wallace and our Friend of the Show guest is Dennis Skyum who talks about deleting 100,000 Instagram followers.
17/05/21·1h 7m

#180 No more corporate hamster wheel! & X100 heaven

Kev laments his first radio faux pas, we talk about sound being a vehicle for your picture making, packing your cams properly in a case, X100 'adapter gate' is born and lens hoods on that camera; are they worth the effort? We also talk about unhappy customers and insecurity, the future and retirement, working into your 80s, preventing your email from getting black listed, albums and books in 2021 and ask; "X100 or X-Pro?" Book of the week is Orchard Beach: The Bronx Riviera and today we have the first of our Friends of the Show chats, featuring subscriber Steve Ford who gave up the corporate hamster wheel for photographic and travel adventure.
10/05/21·1h 13m

#179 Calling FRIENDS OF THE SHOW and UFO capture?!

The most left field question for an entire season; what settings would you use to capture the visit of a UFO? We also talk book design, the whisky camera shop, sensor cleaning on IBIS cameras and ask is it the photographer who makes a camera shine or is it the other way around? There’s advice for new documentary wedding photographers; the rules of engagement in church, we talk SD cards, 3rd party lens set ups, the value of a weather sealed lens, film recipes, the joy of doors (!), video mic suggestions for vlogging and small scale postcard printing. Kev’s book of the week is American Photographs by Walker Evans and we have an appeal for friends of the show to tell us YOUR stories.
03/05/21·56m 16s

#178 Self publish YOUR stories and websites in an Instagram age

The boys are reunited after months of Skype separation, in the studio! This week, embracing colour after a life presenting black and whites, the difference between recipes and presets, building your own look and capturing the moment whilst being IN the moment; family pictures. Boxgate continues and Neale finds a pile of X-H1 boxes that practically match his height, we talk third party lenses, assisting the greats, whether we still need websites in this Instagram world, the catharsis of photography during Covid, getting back on the professional bike to shoot weddings after so much time out and the 70-300mm lens; do I need it? Book of the week is, 'The year the world stood still' by Chris O’sullivan and Dan Milnor talks more about self publishing to us.
26/04/21·1h 5m

#177 Dangling off the Brooklyn Bridge and shhh, new camera rumours?

Kev’s Jedi training is almost complete as he starts his own Internet radio show, we talk X-H2 rumours, internal ND filters and weather sealing; how good is the X100 range in rain and anyone for an XQ1? We introduce the concept of ‘gear identity crisis,’ talk about the perfect lens for photographing and cataloguing art, ponder whether to adjust bridal party attire for photographs, get excited about the new 18mm, HSL and talk about music for your films, slideshows and even podcasts. Our guest is New York portrait photographer Donna Svennevik and Matthew Beck’s: Event, is book of the week.
19/04/21·1h 5m

#176 The legendary David Hurn, and a Mullins James workshop!

Mullins is having teething problems in 'New Bunker Malmesbury' and Boxgate continues. We talk about leaf shutters and why they’re not in our X-Ts and Ps, how an X100S deals with being sent to the bottom of a swimming pool, Mullins’ decision to upsize during a pandemic and we have news of an upcoming Kev and Neale documentary wedding workshop. Questions about the term ‘weekend warriors,’ two tier sensor cameras, the rights required for selling photos made at a music concert and a thought about company names. This week’s book of the week is ’The 1960s’ by David Hurn and he’s also our guest.
12/04/21·1h 21m

#175 The power of making one portrait every day + a Royal X-T3

‘Boxgate' lingers on, though Kev is more concerned by the boxes of Easter eggs he can squirrel away before the kids find them. Questions today include, do you befriend your clients, do women and men see differently, can the Fujifilm system cut it for pro work in the studio and are photographic eggs in one basket still a good idea post pandemic? Kev reveals the truth about his wedding earnings during the pandemic, we look at some tech specs of a particular Zeiss camera in order to talk about the camera of the future and muse over the 'Duchess of Fujifilm' and internal flash triggers. The book of the week is Raymond Depardon’s ‘Glasgow’ and Neale talks with John Mannell, the ‘Portrait per Day’ man about making street portraits and mental health. 
05/04/21·1h 14m

#174 Photographing weddings, the Royal Family and swimming with sharks!

Neale has been jabbed with 0.5mg of Bill Gates’ finest. Talking of ‘gates,’ Boxgate is back, SRGB or Adobe’s flavour of; what to choose to work in, some X-Pro3 issues to deal with and Q buttons, why? Which background colour works better for websites, can Judo make you a better photographer, how good are the new Mullins presets, how can I time and GPS stamp my audio recordings, how do you choose your photo books and the X-A7: discuss? Plus X-T3 or X-T4, is the IBIS worth it? Vinca Peterson’s 'No System,’ is Kev’s book of the week plus we talk with royal family photographer Matt Porteous who is currently in The Maldives swimming with sharks! 
29/03/21·1h 21m

#173 Being a photojournalist. Plus too old for street?

Kev is installed at last in the new office, Malmesbury Bunker 2.0 and we ask the questions; will the show ever be filmed, when are you too old for street shooting, should you choose an X-Pro1 or 2 used, who needs a camera in a cardboard box, should I supply all my clients with TIFF instead of Jpegs, has Covid made photographers give away their knowledge too readily too cheaply in too many online courses and if you had 5K to invest in a camera that would hold its value, what would you choose? Former British National Press Awards Photographer of the Year, PA Media photographer Danny Lawson is our guest and Kev’s book of the week is Henri Cartier-Bresson’s Scrapbook.
22/03/21·1h 21m

#172 "Being a flea on the dog, not a fly on the wall!” and APSC, why?

Kev is in flat pack ‘heaven’ as the new studio build continues, we talk sports photography with the 70-300mm lens and the possibility of a wedding academy. Plus your questions; what do professional photographers do when they’re not making pictures, what are the boys’ aha photographic revelation moments, how large can you print a Fujifilm camera file, what is the future of APSC and why is Fujifilm so devoted to it? The book of the week is Anton Corbijn’s 1-2-3-4, and our guest is the documentary photographer Karah Mew. 
15/03/21·1h 18m

#171 Being ‘Candid’ with Ibarionex and the Instagram likes game

‘Star' has arrived and it’s the Horse of Mullins! Today, a tease for something big coming, what makes a good bio on a website, with a Fujifilm camera do I need to calibrate my lenses, what has changed about weddings for the hosts and what would the boys' advice be for new photographers now, plus diplomas; are they worth the paper they’re written on? How important are genre labels, who would you choose for an end of lockdown photowalk and do I really need Instagram likes as an amateur? 'Photography in America from 1841 to today' is our book of the week and Fujifilm X-Photographer, street shooter and host of The Candid Frame Ibarionex is our guest.
08/03/21·1h 21m

#170 Changing what you shoot and lighting the famous

Kev parks himself in Bunker Malmesbury’s cold storage this week as he contemplates a move of office to somewhere with heating, we look for the best small Fujifilm camera, Neale reveals his love for the X-H over the X-T, we talk printers and 'to do' list software. What lens do I need for shooting large group portraits and how do I go about them plus when does a photo become a piece of digital art? Neale takes over the book of the week duties as Kev can’t find the packing case with his 3,280 books, so he discusses Gregory Heisler’s ’50’ Portraits and Jayne Odell is our guest to talk about a move to equine photography.
01/03/21·1h 22m

#169 Back on the photobus part 2, triptychs, time capsules and tablets

The lockdown has got to Kev and he’s watched 1,297 hours of Netflix in one week it seems, we talk one camera one lens choice, how we view our personal photo collections, what we’d stick in a time capsule, which website platform to choose (Squarespace or Wordpress), we talk GAS release, how do you choose what and when to sell? Wacom tablets, how many do you have? Flippy screen gate is back, we talk about editing technique in Lightroom, how do you produce publish on demand books, X-Pro choices and a request for a X-P4. There's second part of our Kev's interview with Daniel Meadows. The book of the week is Ed Kashi’s ‘Three,’ a book of triptychs.
22/02/21·1h 23m

#168 Life on the photobus! Photofilms, 35mm cameras and more

This week, will Fujifilm ever release a 35mm film camera, why is my EVF showing a blue tint/hue, should you ever trust a corrupt memory card, Fujifilm app help please and what is character in a camera; does everything need to be so sharp? Kev’s showbiz wedding stories, photofilms versus slideshows, why Kev could be tempted to the dark side (Apple), X RAW Studio and dynamic range tips. The book of the week is Women Street Photographers, and Daniel Meadows is our guest for part one of a conversation with Mullins.
15/02/21·1h 15m

#167 TWO YEARS of the FujiCast, all dressed up with nowhere to go!

The show is two years old and the boys are itching for a party, but Boris has ripped up the balloons and invites, Kev has a social media dilemma, well 5,000 of them to be precise, ND filter options for your X100 model, the new nostalgic neg film simulation, jumping in at the deep end professionally (from zero to pro in one life decision), business regrets, more flippy-out screen gate and trad versus documentary weddings. The book of the weeks is, 'A voice above the Linn' by Robbie Lawrence, our guest is Fujifilm’s Marketing Manager for Fujifilm UK, Andreas Georghiades as he answers more of your product questions and the winners are announced for the FujiCast at 4 feature which has just closed after its year long run organised by friend of the show Neil Ford.
08/02/21·1h 16m

#166 The latest releases and Fujifilm news!

This week Kev buys a horse, the boys consider their photographic coffee shop business, we talk lens correction issues for Fujifilm in Lightroom, Neale ducks answering personal questions, photographing The President, getting better at culling, why the boys love Photo Mechanic, using vintage lenses and adaptors for that purpose. The boys tackle starting up on YouTube again, shooting single card camera systems and pre-wedding meets; are they important? Kev’s book of the week is a proper limited edition by Valentino Barachini and our guest is Fujifilm’s UK Marketing Manager, Andreas Georghiades for the latest Ask Andreas feature.
01/02/21·1h 22m

#165 Creating a YouTube channel for your photography in 2021

This week, scanners, photographic organisations and breathing colour back into older black and white pictures. We talk Instagram Reels and YouTube shorts, plus Kev reveals his inner “Tickety Tocky.” There are questions on video, we talk prompter technique, lens choices when filming with Fujifilm cameras, Kev’s YouTube wardrobe and our guest Adam Karnacz from First Man Photography shares what a photographic channel on YouTube brings to his business and life. The book of the week is Revelations, the posthumous publication of work by Diane Arbus. Show links at 
25/01/21·1h 17m

#164 “Chasing light, telling stories” & camera choices

This week, choices choices; X100V or X-T30 with interchangeable lens? We also talk about finding a signature look in your photographs and whether you even need to think about a personal style, more on workshops, natural light versus strobe, the new wave of wedding postponements, f2 v f1.4 lenses in the Fujinon roadmap and shooting the birth of your child. Kev chooses his all time X100 favourite model, book of the week is Shutting up Shop by John Londei and Valérie Jardin, X-Photographer is our guest. Remember to email the show with your questions: 
18/01/21·1h 24m

#163 Every FACE deserves a portrait and gaining your fellowship

This week Kev (still in Bunker Malmesbury) and Neale talk about getting pictures out to the world from ’that march’ in Washington last week, X100 lens adapters, an invite to take part in the next ‘Ask Andreas’ feature, Kev tries to dodge the rumour mill on new gear, reveals he has been collecting random slides for years and we ask; “When is the right time to upgrade your camera body?” Also we ask; “Are you really using your lens properly” and "would you drink and photograph professionally?" Kev’s Book of the Week is Bruce Gilden’s ‘Face’ and our guest is Steve Smith FRPS, social documentary and street photographer.
11/01/21·1h 10m

#162 “Photography is the art of not pushing the button."

The second of the two shorter Christmas and New Year editions where the boys discuss some of their inspirations including Don McCullin's 'In Africa’ book and ‘Extraordinary Women’ by Tom Stoddart. It seems Kev has spent five hours a day watching quick fire tournament chess over the New Year break, while Neale has been touring the site of a suspected nuclear accident on a disused airbase near his home with the family! They talk of photographer inspirations, Kev choosing Frank Horvat who is responsible for suggesting; “Photography is the art of not pushing the button,” and Neale being fascinated by Søren Solkær’s Murmurations study. The full length shows return from next week.
04/01/21·32m 47s

#161 Well that was 2020 huh?

A shorter holiday length edition in which the boys look back at 2020 and how the year changed their perspective on photography, film making and podcasting. Kev shares his purchases of the year, what pivoting means for their individual businesses, their loathing for masks, their hopes for 2021. Be sure to email in to the show with your questions for when the show starts back up in its more regular form. Email: and next week the boys talk about their inspirations.
28/12/20·28m 3s

#160 The Camera of the Year and a new XH?

Today a package arrives from Denmark, the boys ponder whether Voigtlander film lenses work well with the GFX system, what the best microphone for making YouTube video voice overs is and how good the files for video are SOOC from the GFX camera Kev owns. We talk about workflow, what we’d like from the X-Pro4 or new XH camera, the great monochrome camera debate, Kev’s camera of the year and Flippy Screen Gate; just what is it people don’t like about the flippy screen? Book of the week is The Photographers on Photography by Henry Carroll and our guest is photographer and book self-publisher Dan Milnor. Send your questions to: 
21/12/20·1h 6m

#159 Finding your authentic true photographic voice

Kev’s in fighting spirit this week as black-belt co-host and with Neale he tackles questions on why Fujifilm hasn’t embraced full frame, how to judge a photo comp, is it time to embrace a roll of film and what are the new Fujifilm simulations likely to be? Kev reveals his dislike of Sepia and we talk scanners, camera set ups, shooting candid shots of people you know,      how Neale feels nearly 900 weddings in and why you NEED right now, to be working on your website for the sake of Google! Book of the week is The Gamblers from Martin Amis and we’re delighted to have Parker J Pfister as our special guest. Send your questions to 
14/12/20·1h 25m

#158 Keep pushin’ as Nana used to say. Motivation Day!

Kev’s still in Bunker Malmesbury as Covid restrictions prevent the boys being in the same airspace as one another, but they still manage to tackle X100V questions, how they intend to get match fit for the return of weddings, their feelings about Instax products, recovering lost files, Martin Parr’s old and new work, the importance of testimonials, messing up mid job, presenting a photo TV show and stitching panoramas. Pete Reed is our special guest and Josef Koudelka’s ‘Gypsies' is the book of the week. As ever send your questions in to: 
07/12/20·1h 20m

#157 Fujifilm v Nikon v Leica. Hmmm.

Kev and Neale muse over whether meeting up to work in the same studio again will be allowed before the next new decade, how you advertise your services minus a portfolio, what about a medium format styled X100, is sharpness really that important and should we swap our zooms for primes? We try to solve a brand choice decision and we tackle T stop lenses and marketing processes. Tony Ray Jones is the feature of this week’s book review and respected wedding photographer Adam Johnson is our guest. Keep sending your questions to
30/11/20·1h 16m

#156 The Blind Photographer, and an X-T5?

Are wedding awards important? Are any photographic awards for that matter worth entering? Also, wedding photographers may be suffering financially during this period, but have they forgotten what the day is really about? Is there a need for an X-T5, what is left to improve upon? How can you motivate yourself day to day photographically? This week’s book of the week is John Chilllingworth’s Picture Post Photographer and our guest is a Ian Treherne, a photographer who is 5% sighted.
23/11/20·1h 22m

#155 Is THIS the best photography job ever?

Today, the new 18mm lens, who is it for? Have you made a business bible and if you haven’t why you should. Kev turns out to be a royal photographer, are iPhone 12 shots good enough for large format printing? Our guest this week is Jennifer McCord and we think she has one of the best photography jobs in the world. The show today is brought to you with Sprout Studio.
16/11/20·1h 10m

#154 Locked down AGAIN, but STILL making podcasts and pictures!

Kev and Neale enter lockdown in their remote locations once again, Kev in deepest darkest Wiltshire and Neale from his bunker in Berkshire. They talk printing and framing; the pros and cons of doing your own. Also, backup and getting brutal with your picture culling in Photo Mechanic, who is the X-S10 aimed at, what’s it for? Day in the Life sessions; how to market them, what they are! The book of the week is a Fleet Street memory lane marvel and photojournalist Edmond Terakopian talks about a special auction of prints for Médecins Sans Frontières.
09/11/20·1h 22m

#153 HOW has photography changed you as a person?

This week the questions are certainly eclectic; how has photography changed you as a person, do you regret becoming a full time photographer, are you making pictures for YOU or for Instagram, if you could only have one camera/one lens, what would it be, if your camera could speak, what would it say, is it possible to be a photographer and videographer at the same time on the same job? We also talk about the perfect zoom to replace primes and speak with fashion and portrait photographer Jamie Stoker. Send your questions to the show during lockdown to: 
02/11/20·1h 3m

#152 Can you make my camera smaller please?

Kev and Neale reconsider retraining as beauticians and travel agents for at least one minute, book of the week from Nick Danziger, we talk back ups, business postponements, a Fujifilm wedding video kit list, neg cleaning, portrait advice, monitors, why are custom settings slowing my camera down, can we make the next X100 smaller still and do the boys miss full frame sensors? Make sure you send your questions in for the next show: 

#151 Being one of photography’s most influential women

Our special guest this week is Xyza Cruz Bacani, Fujifilm X-Photographer, Magnum Foundation Fellow and previously awarded one of the BBC's Top 100 Women of the World. This week's talking points include professionals moving into ‘survival mode’ for the winter; how can we help each other? What lens and camera combo to use for on-set photography, should I separate my Instagram out for different genres or include everything on my one grid, going from Leica to a Fujifilm X-Pro; what should I expect and other topics. 
19/10/20·1h 14m

#150 Swapping out of Nikon & Alcatraz Calling!

Swapping from Nikon to Fujifilm for professional work. What camera would the team suggest? Carl Hare Product Specialist for Fujifilm is back again to answer your tech questions, this week:  tethering your Fuji camera for using as a webcam, is ISO real in Fujifilm cameras and more. We talk about photographing on Alcatraz with listener Ryan Katsanes. What do Kev and Neale feel about socially distanced picture making? Book of the week is Vintage 80s, London Street Photography by Johnny Stiletto. Write into the show: 
12/10/20·1h 9m

#149 The X100 DESIGNER is on the show!

Masasumi Imai the Head of Design for Fujifilm X-Series cameras talks with Kevin Mullins from Tokyo about how he conceived the ten year old X100, the camera that for many photographers worldwide became their gateway to mirrorless technology. Also, we speak with Australia's X-Photographer Andrew Hall about being in motorsport photography at the very top, plus Carl Hare tackles more of your deep tech including how auto focus deals with the face mask! Send your questions to 
05/10/20·1h 9m

#148 High octane motorsport and 10 years of the X100

Would some of the world’s finest known heritage photographers be as big as they are, if they were starting out in today’s Insta style World with a million voices challenging for the space? A new feature with Fujifilm product specialist Carl Hare tackling the BIG tech questions! The boys discuss the things they have forgotten to take to shoots, the best Fujifilm lenses for live sports action, we celebrate ten years of the X100 and Andrew Hall, motorsport photographer and Fujifilm X-Photographer in Australia joins us.
28/09/20·1h 9m

#147 Someone is stealing my pictures! & the flying ambassador!

Do I have the energy for copyright infringement? Who inspires us photographically? There’s a run through on how a wedding day photographically works for newcomers to the genre, we talk about getting friendly with curves in Lightroom and Photoshop, the lens versus camera investment debate and the book of the week is the incredibly powerful Small Town Inertia by Jim Mortram. Also this week, Bjorn Moerman is back for part 2 on aerial photography, the use of drones, how to shoot great pictures from the cabin and some inspirational books. A packed show!   Email us with your latest questions: 
21/09/20·1h 17m

#146 Airbus A380 Captain and Fujifilm X-Photographer

Captain Bjorn Moerman is our guest on the show this week, a Fujifilm ambassador with a difference. Also, what to do when your kids start turning away from the camera, give them an X100F it seems?! Kev launches a new social platform called ’Sniffter’ and reveals he is allergic to velcro in camera bags, plus we tackle the question of upgrading your Squarespace site, for those wanting to jump to the new-ish release. A shout out for our new Patrons, who actually IS Neale’s father and when is the ’throw in the towel date for the boys’ wedding business? Email the show: 
14/09/20·1h 18m

#145 NEWS, fashion and living in a lighthouse!

What would the boys do if they weren’t shoot weddings and were singletons?! Also, everyone should be shooting ‘corner portraits,’ you heard it here first. What lens combo should a listener take to the birth of their child and which features to record? Inappropriate moments at weddings - should you document them? Can I export my pictures straight out into Lightroom? And our guest from the fashion and advertising world, X-Photographer Wayne Johns talks about getting into fashion. Email the show:  
07/09/20·1h 10m

#144 Want to work in fashion? And going on a digital detox

Prepare to be astounded as we think a listener has uncovered the best family time capsule idea ever. Also today, does someone mention the possibility of a new f1 lens and how would you go about a digital detox? This week’s guest is fashion, beauty and advertising photographer Wayne Johns and the book of the week is from Bryan Adams. You know what they say on this show; ‘everything we do, we do it for you.’ ;-)   Contact the show:
31/08/20·1h 20m

#143 Photographing when the weather attacks! And The Isolated Streets

Are you insured if you photograph an event that breaks distancing laws, should we expect a race to the bottom in terms of charging for weddings, what are preferable settings for focusing on quick moving subjects, featuring face masks in pictures, and when weather attacks! Also today Kant Rathod is our special guest talking about his self published book, The Isolated Streets.   Email the show:
24/08/20·1h 5m

#142 LAUNCH your family portrait business

One of the UK's leading family photographers talks about launching from the ground up, a family business. Also, what IS the best Fujifilm camera for video work, how to make the best of working with smaller event sizes, the 'Jpeg v Raw' debate, the 'best' X-Pro camera in Kev's nostalgic opinion and does every picture need to have a story? And more! Further links on the show page at  Send your emails to:
17/08/20·1h 16m

#141 You can't shoot landscapes with a Fuji? Can you?

The brilliant personal portrait work of Alain Laboile discussed and Chris Orange, our we ask, can you shoot landscape work with a Fujifilm camera? Website design, iPad Pro v using a laptop, the Tourbox competition winner, what is street legal to shoot and would you let your clients decide what is deleted? Make sure you keep sending in your questions to: 
10/08/20·1h 18m

#140 Build a commercial photo business from scratch

Martin Parr discussed following his role in a book now recognised to have a racist undercurrent. Guest Chris Orange talks of the benefit of being a real all-rounder in the first of a two parter; today commercial and PR work. We also talk about writing business letters and ask for the second time; “Is wedding photography dead, and what next for destination weddings?" Facebook advertising, does it work for your genre? Some more on macro and loss of images through card corruption. Send your questions to: 
03/08/20·1h 11m

#139 Are you still working for free?

Today Scott Shillum from The Photography Movement talks about mental health and well being, and introduces how the movement helps photographers. Also, now that lockdown has effectively ended, why are we still working for free? What is the best Fujifilm camera for making large wall art images and is the iPad Pro a good picture editing machine? Neale and Kev ponder their destination wedding work and whether it will return and is the camera industry losing ever more customers to the smart phone companies? Send your questions to
27/07/20·1h 14m

#138 Need inspiration? LEAP and the net will appear!

Today special guest, international award winning wedding photographer Adam Johnson talks about the day he quit his job with just two bookings in an otherwise empty calendar, particularly pertinent in our year where clear diaries have been a theme for many a professional. Also, the chance to win a Tourbox, talk of self publishing, best practises for twin card set ups, and are you cheating - if you use presets? That and more in this week’s show.   Send your questions to: 
20/07/20·1h 12m

#137 War on your wall? Or pictures of mindfulness?

Today the graphic and important photographs of war and protests. Essential documents of history, but would you hang them on your wall as art? Also we hear the second part of an interview with landscape photographer Paul Sanders who embraces his work as a part of mindfulness. And moving Lightroom catalogues between computers, organising your Instagram grid with a book of the week from the Hoxton Mini Press. Write in to the show:
13/07/20·1h 8m

#136 'Find your still' and results to win an XF10 and X-T100

We talk with Paul Sanders, the Fujifilm X-Photographer behind ‘Discover Still,’ in one of the most candid conversations with a guest yet. Paul completely changed his life’s direction to become one of the UK’s most respected landscape photographers, but it’s not been all plain sailing! Also the draw to win an X-T100 and XF10 with FujiFund and questions on ideal cameras for a startup and how to improve your website copy, plus Jane Bown’s book on cats!   Send your questions to: 
06/07/20·1h 15m

#135 Making stories hosting exhibitions

Today documentary photographer Jim Grover on photographing the stories in your community and creating exhibitions from them. Also, what happened to the X-70, should I have a Covid clause in my photo contract as we begin to mix again, how many galleries SHOULD my website have? Book of the week features Martin Parr and there’s another of your photo disaster stories.  Send your questions into the show:
29/06/20·1h 5m

#134 A black and white business in 2020? Is that possible? YES!

This week Helen Bartlett, shares how she built her portrait business from scratch to become one of the UK’s leading social photographers and a Canon ambassador, and how she photographs entirely in the medium she loves; black and white. Also this week what the boys do if they ran Fujifilm for a day, book of the week and kit/project advice for a bed bound listener. And Photo Disasters are back! More info on the  Keep your questions coming in for the show to 
22/06/20·1h 9m

#133 Fujifilm or Sony ambassador? Hmmm, decision time!

Kevin takes to the streets for lockdown portraits with his brand new Fujifilm X100V. Palle Schultz, Nordic X-Photographer drops by to share his influences and why he shoots Fujifilm. What to say when someone doesn’t want their photograph taken at an event, a kit shopping list for going mirrorless, books that make you money and what it’s like to be back out shooting portraits for clients. And could Kev be tempted to the dark side?   Send thoughts and questions:
15/06/20·1h 13m

#132 Moving to America to set up again! Oh, and chickens?

Photographing cars with guest James Lipman. Is this the best time to buy mentoring? Kev family plans to start a small holding and Neale ponders whether an exhibition could be a great way to build local interest in your work. The Android OS cuddles up to camera manufacturers and does your storage need back up power to stop a spike taking your archive down? All links to guests at and make sure to keep sending in your questions to
08/06/20·1h 6m

#131 Mullins and James have left the building! SPECIAL

The end of the dailies. As life starts to return to a state less locked down, the boys are returning to their offices. The FujiCast community is beginning to emerge too it seems, and so we've done our job. We're back to Mondays from 8th June, but we wanted to end with something a little special in honour of not just our family, but families everywhere, families together, families separated by distance or those who have made connections that have felt like a new family emerging. Stay safe. Neale and Kev x
31/05/20·40m 7s

#130 Bert Stephani on finding photography again

Kevin talks today to special guest, Fujifilm X-Photographer and Kage Collective member Bert Stephani, who during these unique times has changed his professional photographic outlook. Once full time, he is now able to look at photography through the lens of someone no longer earning from it. Also today, why have a website and should I buy second hand lenses? The regular Monday show is back on the 8th June. Send your questions to
30/05/20·42m 39s

#129 The sky is the limit and are you ready to work again?

Nine weeks of lockdown has softened our feet and, for some folk aided a little weight gain. So are we fit enough to return to work? Shhh, a little more F versus V. Duplicating web content on Facebook or Instagram; good or bad practise? If you have a business page, listen to this. Kev has an idea how to find who is blatantly copying your hard work on their website. And what stops us from achieving our ambitions?
29/05/20·28m 46s

#128 Just how tough ARE my Fujifilm cameras?

Some photographers it seems, think every scratch tells a story so today we ask, just how tough are our Fuji cameras? And does Kev need to invest in new dividers? Printing at home. It's not for the faint hearted, or is it? And the new software that makes your X body the best webcam ever! Send your questions as ever to 
28/05/20·26m 56s

#127 Books, worms and weddings

Today, Kev's 'Book you can buy when it's safe to go out and spend money again' feature and this week it's one of his all time favourites. The question of worms comes up and we think we have a very basic workaround, well, sort of. And the wedding cancellation 'game,' perhaps there is some light at the end of the tunnel. Get your questions on the show: 
27/05/20·26m 40s

#126 TECH FREE TUESDAY bush tucker challenge & more!

The last Tech Free Tuesday, for the moment. Could Kev complete a bush tucker trial, what’s the biggest faux pas the boys have made professionally, which photographer would you choose to dine with? It’s been a lot of fun answering your lighter questions each Tuesday and it’s probably a feature we’ll continue with on the show’s YouTube channel so feel free to keep sending the ones with a photography theme in as we’ll probably dip into them with the new weekly shows starting again on the 8th June.
26/05/20·27m 16s

#125 An X100 battle and some podcast news from Neale

Entering the last week of dailies, Kev and Neale contemplate their feelings nine weeks into lockdown as measures start to lift. The X100, F or V? Which is the one to buy? Cookie notifications also under the spotlight and Kev isn’t too keen on pop-up-tastic sites it would seem. What makes a good photo? Well, where do we even start? And then Neale has news of his new photography podcast starting Monday 1st June. It’s all in today’s daily.
25/05/20·28m 27s

#124 ASK ANDREAS RETURNS - ask any Fujifilm question

You sent your questions in and today Andreas Georghiades, Fujifilm UK's Marketing Manager returns for another no holds barred 'Ask Andreas.' Even if you don't shoot Fuji, this is an episode that may help you understand how the company works with and for its photographers. Also, Mullins is asked why he swapped over to Fujifilm in the first place and Neale starts to reveal a little about a new podcast project he has. It's all in today's bumper edition show. Send your photo questions in to 
24/05/20·53m 43s

#123 Observing the ordinary with Leonard Neumann

Leonard 'Lennie' Neumann has been photographing life in The States, South Africa, England and France. A candid photographer, he works the streets with a short focal length lens and generous spirit. He is today's special guest on the daily show. Also today, when can we start to advertise our services again? And what happened at midnight last night in sleepy Malmesbury? All the links to today's special will be on the show's website page: 
23/05/20·37m 50s

#122 Photographic fame. And money to burn!

Today, what's more important, photographic fame, or are solid business? Do photographers focus on the wrong thing? Tripods, search engines and buying too much gear. The money we've just burned! Just some of the subjects discussed on today's FujiCast Daily. 
22/05/20·31m 56s

#121Can my camera swim? And a surprise for Neale

Water and cameras, not a well known bed partner - today we hear why. We also talk Google tricks and where to go if you want great photography without the Insta-hype. And then, just as you thought it was all over, Kev reveals a question to silence Neale, for once. All the links for this show and others: 
21/05/20·29m 56s

#120 Daily cast NEWS and socially distanced street

An announcement today on when the daily shows will make way for every Monday again. Today we talk street photography and ask if there is a good lens for social distanced shooting, plus lights, keeping it simple and sound for that video work. As always, complete links to all we talk about on 
20/05/20·27m 4s

#119 It's TECH FREE TUESDAY - the most eclectic yet!

Eclectic is a word we've use a bit of late, but today's Tech Free Tuesday is certainly that. Tuesday's have become the 'let yer hair down day' where we get personal and conversational about life outside photography as much as in. Thank you to those who pose the stranger and more amusing questions. Just some light relief between all the photography questions we get to. Tomorrow back to books and photography.
19/05/20·32m 22s

#118 Martin Parr talks to The FujiCast

Martin Parr is our guest on The FujiCast today, internationally admired and acclaimed for his important contribution to documentary photography. His wry observational work champions his subjects whilst gently satirising culture. A true Magnum great.
18/05/20·29m 45s

#117 Are we photographers or computer wranglers?

It's most certainly an eclectic experience today on the Sunday Service edition of the show. We talk music, we talk websites again, there's some more Platon chat and we attempt, attempt, to answer that question about whether photography is our life's mission? Email the show of course with your thoughts, questions and feedback: 
17/05/20·21m 54s

#116 Sharks, waves and photography, meet Russell Ord

It's Saturday, so it's interview time! Today, Russell Ord, a Fujifilm X-Photographer who is one of the world's best loved surf photographers. He's fearless and shares his tips for making pictures in the harshest of environments. Also, black and white, can you make a living from it? Send your questions to See Russell's work:
16/05/20·34m 14s

#115 THE WEBSITE SPECIAL make the best performing site out there

You sent us your how to questions on making websites and how to have them perform best! Squarespace, Wordpress, Adobe, we talk about the players out there. Search engine optimisation and how to track your progress using tools such as Google console. All the handy links will be on our website:  Remember too that this is a daily show and lives on your photography questions. Send to 
15/05/20·35m 38s

#114 Kevin's getting married AGAIN! And what can we photograph professionally now?

We're hoping that Gemma (Kev's wife) gives this episode a miss, as Kev seems set on some pretty big next wedding plans. Also today and on a more sobering note, what are we going to do with the extended break from earning professionally? And there's more on the forthcoming Martin Parr interview.   Send your questions to
14/05/20·27m 36s

#113 We’re opening a GALLERY COFFEE SHOP and a Martin Parr announcement.

Of all the crazy ideas, Kev and Neale discuss opening their own photographic coffee shop. We talk about the lesser discussed Fujifilm camera bodies, alternative lenses and books. Kev’s book of the week is Martin Parr’s, Only Human. And incidentally there is some Parr news on the show too, as Kev will reveal. Make sure to send your questions in to the show:    All links to the show are available on the episodes page at 
13/05/20·27m 35s

#112 Pre-release camera horror stories and attack of the vegan kebabs!

Tech Free Tuesday has become one of our favourites on the daily show and today’s eclectic collection of questions offers up a real hotch pot (vegan clearly) of quick fire challenges. From war to cameras being trashed to next career decisions. Make sure you send in your Tech Free Tuesday questions to and for links to the stuff we talk about, check out the website: 
12/05/20·27m 2s

#111 NEW B&W presets, better video conferencing and Wordpress woes answered

Today, some useful hints for video conferencing with prospective clients, back button focusing, plus designing a new Wordpress website. Later this week on Friday we’ll be having a website special. So whether it’s a professional shop window or hobbyist site to show off your fantastic photography, if you need advice, contact us by email with your questions in time for a special episode later this week: Mullins new BW presets:
11/05/20·22m 27s

#110 YOUR photo stories and projects from around the world!

Today’s show is about lockdown projects and we visit and revisit in one case, listeners and friends of the show from north, east, south and west to hear about what they’ve seen, recorded and photographed over the last few months. We also talk about blogs and if they’re still important for your business. All links to the photographers featured today are on the #110 show notes at 
10/05/20·45m 2s

#109 The dog whisperer, how to be a photographic humorist and more street portrait tips

Neale admits to being a keen fan of today’s Saturday interviewee, Elke Vogelsang, certainly one of Europe’s most celebrated dog photographers. It’s niche, but there is so much to learn from Elke, a humorist when it comes to photographing her subject. She shares some life lesson thoughts and observations about her journey. Also the boys start to discuss a particular street portrait project.   Keep sending your thoughts and questions to the daily show: 
09/05/20·37m 48s

#108 Desert Island Lens? And a love of Platon

What is that perfect lens if you were cast away on a desert island with one piece of glass to document your travels? We talk Platon, books, even posing chairs and the perfect wedding band. It’s an eclectic episode today. Remember to email the show with any questions and thoughts about photography during the time of lockdown: 
08/05/20·23m 33s

The FujiCast - a photography show for everyone

The FujiCast is a daily show during lockdown for photographers of all genres and all abilities. Send your questions to the show and make sure you visit the show's website for episode updates and reference material including films, books and links to topics discussed. 

#107 Meet and shoot the sea, ahhh some calm

We talk about, your chance to purchase fine art pictures for Covid relief. Also today, we talk about the man who apparently inspired Photoshop, give some advice about shooting the sea, try to find a cheaper alternative to Photo Mechanic, deal with back button focusing and talk about Wordpress for your photography websites. All that in half an hour? Surely not.     Write to the show
07/05/20·27m 0s

#106 When do I start to charge good money for my photography?

Today on the show, DPI. What does it mean and how important is it? Do I choose 72 or 300? Help? What happens if an over zealous creative director adds unreal instagram filters to your photographic work? Kev’s on a ’no booze’ week, how is it going? And when do you know if you’re ready to start charging people money for your photography? Maybe it’s time to think about turning pro? There’s also the results to last Wednesday’s Daily Photo Challenge and the book of the week comes from Angus O’Callaghan. Email us:
06/05/20·28m 18s

#105 Tech Free Tuesday and Kev hits the roof about bogus workshops!

It’s Tech Free Tuesday - ask what you like of the boys photographically or otherwise!  Kevin has a thing or two to say about the training and workshop industry. Are there good events to attend? Are there too many? Are the facilitators experienced enough? Also, is that look of concentration grumpy, or a photographer’s ‘resting face.’ Our favourites from last Monday’s Daily Photo Challenge and a new competition hits the show; the Daily Caption Competition. The pictures are printed on our FujiCast Facebook group and we vote for our favourite two days later. Winning captions and the photo will be displayed on 
05/05/20·29m 3s

#104 So how about an X-H2 then? A cinema camera!

Your questions answered from the mail bag and one of those is all about a new cinema camera to complete the X series line. Is it on the horizon and what could it have? Also today, school photography during lockdown and the new caption competition launched.  Send your questions in to 
04/05/20·27m 16s

#103 Bought the teeshirt, worn it, and shot it too! Commercial and day in the life work

Our Sunday guest is established commercial shooter Stuart Bingham, who has not just bought and worn the teeshirt, but shot it too. He talks about the tentacle like nature of commercial work where one commission can lead to so many others. ALSO, how to shoot Day in the Life sessions with Kev. Remember to keep sending your tech and non tech photography questions in so that we can chat about your passions and businesses. Send to:  Find all links to Stuart's work and the topics we talk about by going to
03/05/20·40m 54s

#102 Gang life and presidents, meet Donna Svennevik

It's Saturday so we have a guest on the daily show. A gentle weekend meander with Donna Svennevik, a New York based photographer who has photographed presidents, gang leaders and showbiz personalities. Equally Donna is a personal project story maker, so we touch on the subject of making the everyday your canvas.  Donna's site: Full details of all topics:
02/05/20·35m 34s

#101 Superyachts, weddings and finding the extraordinarily ordinary!

A superyachts photographer who shoots weddings by the weekend? Intriguing combination and proof that our listeners are a varied collective. Also today, vintage lenses, how long SHOULD my camera batteries last, the Daily Photo Challenge and finding extraordinary in the ordinary on the street.    The new site:  Send your photos for the caption comp to: 
01/05/20·26m 42s

#100 GRATITUDE! The one hundredth SPECIAL! And a new website

One hundred shows! And still climbing. The weekly podcast about photography went daily as lockdown stopped our commercial photographic activity and so today we've reached, earlier than planned, one hundred episodes. Today a special, a different kind of show from the usual photographic Q&A. We talk GRATITUDE and get personal. Also today NEWS... the launch of the NEW website. 
30/04/20·38m 59s

#99 Is your camera merely a tool?

Today, black and white presets, a new Daily Photo Challenge, Kev's affordable photography book you should buy when it's safe to start spending money again, how will we eat at weddings wearing masks and that question; is your camera merely a tool? Oh and the complaints phone is ringing off the hook following Kev's loose talk. ;-) AND we launch next week's new challenge. Send your questions and caption pictures to:
29/04/20·35m 30s

#98 Fuji Canon Fuji Sony Fuji Nikon - JUST STOP CHANGIN'

It's Tuesday, so for the second week it's Tech Free Tuesday, anything you like, as personal as you like. This week Kev admits to missing the start of a wedding, people with GAS, folk who click their fingers for portraits, the Bokeh Chicken makes an appearance, and sort of, sort of, news of the next conference, or gathering, or whatever it's going to be called! ;-)  Send your questions for next week's TFT: 
28/04/20·29m 51s

#97 SANITY, face masks, and we've given up... on calibration

Start of a new week, so Kev and Neale have the results to last Friday's penultimate Bar Nuts Quiz, there's a new Daily Photo Challenge and questions on sanity, face masks and calibrating your screen for all monitors everywhere. Is that really possible? Artlist music for creatives: Write to the boys with your questions, tech and non tech: 
27/04/20·22m 50s

#96 Leaps of faith and BEING a photojournalist in 2020

The UK based photojournalist Ian Forsyth joins us on the show today to talk about the freedom to shoot, the ethics of shooting news, press freedom and being a stringer in the competitive field of photojournalism. Also today, making a leap of faith, and finding your confidence to ask strangers for a portrait. Ian Forsyth:
26/04/20·39m 4s

#95 A show in America? Shooting homes, BIG ADVICE show

The weekend has arrived and with it an interview. So prep a coffee and get some strong working advice on what you need from start to finish to go shoot real estate. Sincere thanks to Jon Buscall for his amazing help and time in making this episode and providing a Dropbox link to images you can practise on and sites to visit plus complete breakdown of focal lengths and kit required. Oh, and an invite to take the show to America. One day. PDF and files: Jon's site:
25/04/20·46m 10s

#94 Infrared pictures, complaints and a BIG photo challenge

What? A complaint? Seriously? What two? Double seriously? Today we talk infrared, Lightroom, X-T3 v X-Pro3, there's a studio invasion Kevin's side and we introduce a thumpingly good photo challenge that you may want to take into the weekend. Thanks to Gabrielle Motola today for solving the IR question. Gabrielle's IR page: FujiCast site: 
24/04/20·27m 26s

#93 Black and white heaven & collecting camera bags!

A real mixed bag today. Get it? Bag. Camera bags. Oh suit yourself. So, we talk camera bags, how to set up your X100 flavoured camera, winners in the World Press Awards and invite you to submit your best black and whites to the Ministry of Shadows. There's also a new Daily Photo Challenge. Submit to Ministry of Shadows: Send your questions: 
23/04/20·29m 25s

#92 Let your ears tell your photographic story

Back to a smidge of tech talk today. We talk batteries, street work, and audio to make your stories sing! Also it being a Wednesday, Kev has another book to tell you about from his BOOKS YOU NEED TO BUY WHEN IT'S SAFE TO START SPENDING MONEY AGAIN feature, though we think you'll need to save a few pennies for this particular one - and of course there's another Daily Photo Challenge. Send your questions to  
22/04/20·25m 43s

#91 No Tech Tuesday - personal questions instead!

First of our No Tech Tuesdays where you get to ask Neale and Kevin anything that comes to mind as long as it's tech free. A real mixed bag and the boys almost come unstuck immediately with the question; have you ever fallen out? There'll be a new Daily Photo Challenge too. Send in your questions about photography to 
21/04/20·27m 28s

#90 In NYC photographing the Covid-19 fight with Adam Gray

Today, the multi award winning photojournalist Adam Gray on his access to hospitals and the streets of NYC during Covid-19. This interview is also in vision. We'll have the answers to last week's Friday quiz and a new Daily Photo Challenge plus your questions on macro lenses and fights at weddings! Adam Gray: Adam in vision:  Artlist: The hosts:
20/04/20·38m 6s

#89 The QUARTER MILLION CLUB! And Kev's cookery

There are various milestones on the Podcastsphere. And this episode is one of them. Getting past just seven episodes is often cited as the first achievement. 75% of podcasts are no longer in production. Reaching your first 10K downloads is another. Today, with your help and that brick by brick approach, we reach our quarter millionth download. Who that actual person will be, we just don't know, but maybe, just maybe it's you. It's not a pomp and ceremony show today, but we might just mention it, along with the perfect first mirrorless and a recipe from Chef Kev!
19/04/20·23m 17s

#88 Non league to THE BIG LEAGUE! Making photo dreams come true

Today's Saturday guest on the daily show is proof that if you have a passion for a genre, anything really is possible. Football or soccer photography is one of the most competitive genres of sport shooting to engage in, so within a matter of a few years, how has Martyn Haworth gone from shooting non league to THE BIG LEAGUE? Also today a slight hint, only slight, of things to come. Martyn's website:
18/04/20·23m 18s

#87 Will Kev and Neale be throwing in the photography towel?!?!

Well the questions get personal today. We also talk GAS and whether it's really necessary to have every piece of new kit plus it's the Friday Bar Nuts Quiz to test your photo knowledge. Answers Monday plus Kev brings the final Daily Photo Challenge of the week. Don't forget to keep emailing your questions and what you're doing during lockdown to 
17/04/20·27m 52s

#86 Larger sensor cameras, hoarding kit and real estate snapping

Today a more general Q&A after the mammoth episode of yesterday. Is the GFX a good wedding camera? What kit do you wish you'd never sold? Real estate photography, do I have the right glass for it? There's a new Daily Photo Challenge too set by Kev. Contact the show with your lockdown questions and comments 
16/04/20·24m 10s

#85 Want to work in 'Hollywood?' Keith Bernstein Q&A

Well maybe not Hollywood per sae, but on film sets around the globe (when we reopen for business). Today Keith Bernstein reappears to answer the questions you've sent in about being a television and films set and stills photographer. And Kevin sets the most daring DAILY PHOTO CHALLENGE yet! A monster sized episode. Keith's work:
15/04/20·48m 50s

#84 Our studio gets invaded!!!!!

This lockdown thing. It's hard to record a podcast when you're studio is constantly invaded? Also today, probably one of the best photo disaster stories we've received, an invite to submit to The Ministry of Shadows and why Neale shouldn't be allowed any more Easter Eggs!  MOS:
14/04/20·31m 37s

#83 Seriously, how are you feeling right now? AND a Kevin ANNOUNCEMENT!

Today's show features Tim Johnston, a minimalist Brand and Editorial Photographer based in London. He talks about how photography has helped his anxiety, particularly helpful during lockdown. We also have the answers and winners to last week's photo challenge and Friday's Bar Nuts Quiz. That Mullins has an important announcement too about a new website. Tim Johnston: MOS:
13/04/20·32m 7s

#82 BEST tip EVER for street photography and Gary Tyson in Manila!

Hong Kong Fujifilm X-Photographer Gary Tyson features on the Easter Sunday version of The FujiCast Daily. Life in Manila is quite hardline lockdown and Gary lets us know how the photography business in Asia has been affected. You'll hear a super tip too on how to interact with subjects on the street. Keep sending your questions, thoughts and interactions to  Gary Tyson:
12/04/20·42m 50s

#81 ASK ANDREAS - a special edition

The daily photo podcast goes a little more on brand today although we think it's a great listen for all flavours, in terms of understanding what the camera companies are doing at this time for their customers. Andreas Georghiades the Marketing Manager for Fujifilm UK takes questions that you wrote in with. Also a throw forward to a second special tomorrow as we speak to 'our man' in Manila, photographer Gary Tyson. Write to the show: 
11/04/20·36m 13s

#80 Pictures you shouldn't show your client & QUIZ TIME

You've been particularly great with your questions of late and today, one for Kevin he wasn't quite expecting; pictures that should never leave the edit suite. There's another Daily Photo Challenge and it being a Friday, the new photography quiz. Keep your questions, thoughts and lockdown stories coming in to 
10/04/20·32m 1s

#79 "Feeling first, technique second." Making the perfect picture.

Today on the show, probably the hardest challenge we have ever set plus a question on what floats our boat, spiritually and artistically in a picture. Kev gets some Instagram lessons and Neale reveals what he's holding out for once lock in is done and we tentatively all return to that place called work. Daily Photo Challenge page to visit: Write in to 
09/04/20·28m 43s

#78 Tips for a fledgling photo business

In today's episode we answer the five 'big' questions posed by a new photographer two years into his business. We have Kev's 'Book you should buy when it's safe to spend money again' and there's another Daily Photo Challenge. Send your questions for the show to 
08/04/20·30m 18s

#77 Fujifilm's possible Corona cure? Surely not? Plus personal projects

No it's not clickbait, it's actually a question received in the last few days about news doing the rounds on a drug to battle Covid-19 developed by another division within the Fujifilm corporation. Also today personal projects and some advice from American photographer Tony Reidsma. Plus the launch of a new daily photo competition. Tony's site: Contact the show: 
07/04/20·37m 10s

#76 Working as a film set photographer

A revisit today to a segment from an earlier episode before Christmas when we talked about working as a film set photographer. Kev reveals how he almost launched a boy band. We even talk stoic logic and street photography. Real mixed bag today. Keith Bernstein: Markus Andersen: Contact the show:
06/04/20·32m 9s

#75 Photographic Sunday Service with Kev and Neale

A round up episode really of what you've been up to photographically and personally during shutdown, lockdown or just well, downtime. Can we at last solve the Capture 1 full screen problem for Kev? And other ideas/questions. A kind of hangout episode really, short, sweet and not very religious.  Get in touch with the show: 
05/04/20·18m 47s

#74 Probably about as honest and personal as we've ever got!

Today's show is unlike any of those we've recently recorded. It's an honest account of how this pandemic is affecting us as photographers, professionals, husbands and dads. No sugar coating. Promise. Neale speaks with co-host Kevin Mullins' wife Gemma about photography, family and business.
04/04/20·32m 34s

#73 Magnum legend Martin Parr second shoots a wedding!

"Would you like to second shoot a wedding for me?" The question UK wedding and commercial photographer Rebecca Faith posed to Magnum legend shooter Martin Parr. Hear what happened after he agreed. Also today, should you be photographing on the street during lockdown?  Rebecca Faith's site: Send your questions to 
03/04/20·36m 43s

#72 Start making a video diary TODAY!

Today's guest, portrait and wedding photographer Fran Corbett had never pressed the video record button on her camera before Covid-19 had us all documenting our every move at home during lockdown. Her short honest family films of life in France during this time had us captivated on the show, so we wanted to learn more of her experience and what she uses technically. Fran Corbett:  Send your thoughts about photography, Fujifilm questions and comments to
02/04/20·28m 39s

#71 From the Sun Newspaper to shooting wedding PJ - Brad Wakefield

Today's show features Brad Wakefield who talks about shooting press work and how in many respects it's similar to photographing a wedding in terms of story capture. Why don't we talk about micro two thirds? And other questions, all in The FujiCast Daily. Remember the show lives by your questions and thoughts on photography, so keep sending them in to  Brad Wakefield:  Brian Shul's spy plane photography: 
01/04/20·36m 48s

#70 I have something to admit about my photography contract!?!?!!?

The incredibly patient Bryan Caporicci is back for the last part of his three parter on business advice during lockdown. Today we talk contracts and Neale has something to admit about his own contract! Also how DO you say the word Nikon, our strangest photo commissions and photographing pots 'n' pans. Bryan's Sprout Studio link: Send your stories, thoughts and photo questions to 
31/03/20·33m 36s

#69 Mentored by Bill Brandt, the incredible documentarian Fran May

MAIN SHOW MONDAY as we've been calling it talks today to respected British documentary photographer Fran May. Her honest pictures of Britain during the power strikes and financially turbulent times of the 70s are now the subject of a book featuring pictures that Bill Brandt, her mentor, commented would one day form a precious and important portfolio. As always your questions to and Kev's photo book review. Fran May:
30/03/20·1h 10m

#68 Beirut hostage John McCarthy part 2, hope, freedom and new horizons for us all

In part 2 of our weekend daily show, John McCarthy talks of his release after 1,943 days captive in Lebanon. As we encounter our own isolation and think of what lies ahead, John shares how his hopes for freedom led to new horizons. Today is about embracing our futures. We'll also hear more of your photographic daily stories of what you've been doing at this time. John McCarthy:  Contact the show: 
29/03/20·26m 36s

#67 Former Beirut hostage John McCarthy defeating isolation - special guest part 1

A very special guest joins us this weekend on The FujiCast Daily. John McCarthy was held hostage in Beirut for 1,943 days, so knows a deal about isolation. Today a story of hope and tackling the effects of being isolated from an outside world. Part one of a two parter this weekend. Also your positive stories of what you've been doing photographically during this extraordinary time. John McCarthy speaking engagements: The book: 'Some other rainbow,' Jill Morrell and John McCarthy
28/03/20·36m 0s

#66 When this is all done, how to flourish as a photographer

Today, a list of stuff to do daily, should I posting my wedding pics right now and Bryan Caporicci on what happens when the doors open again for business? Who will prosper and how can you flourish. And Kev talks of the days he used to walk 22 miles as a street photographer. Sprout Studios business for photographers: Send your thoughts, questions and stories into 
27/03/20·32m 31s

#65 Things to photograph in lockdown and ever thought about snapping pets?

Today, Neale and Kev answer more of your questions from the e-mail bag, there's an invite to be a part of Snapshot's BIG docu-story, Kev wonders why the police are outside his front window and what to do about imposter syndrome!  Shotkit:  Nizar Birch:  Send your questions:
26/03/20·25m 26s

#64 Alright, let's get serious about getting our business through this

In today's daily photography show, we talk with Bryan Caporicci of Sprout Studios about his new FREE marketing series for photographers who want to successfully come out the other side of this. All the normal chat, some of your questions and what IS Kev doing with this free time he has? Sprout studios: Sprout YouTube:  Send questions to 
25/03/20·30m 19s

#63 Photographers uniting against the C word!

The FujiCast Daily, Kev's back with Neale and we have a photographer/teacher on to tell us how to cope and deal with the kids being at home during lockdown. Your photo questions as ever to 
24/03/20·27m 51s

#62 Photographing your big personal project with Mick Yates

It's MAIN SHOW MONDAY... alongside our daily shows of course during this rather strange period in united international history. Today the incredible personal project work of documentary photographer and photographic tutor, Mick Yates. We also talk about having your own exhibition, how many images IS enough when presenting to a client and a word about social media. Mick Yates:  Remember to email the show: 
23/03/20·1h 6m

#61 Time to serve, some hope and what Mum said...

In the UK it's Mothering Sunday and the UK's PM is suggesting the best gift you can give your mother, is distance this year. These are sobering messages, but we'd like to serve up a little hope in today's daily FujiCast. Also some thoughts about being able to serve, even if your daily job may not right now be considered 'key.' Send your thoughts and questions into the show 
22/03/20·23m 45s

#60 A way to REALLY tackle this isolation thing!

The FujiCast daily today talks with Steve Vaughan, one of The FujiCast Facebook group admins. Have you joined yet? Steve is using to stay in touch with customers, friends, family AND photographers, plus some heartening news. Stoicism film:  BBC Eyam film:  Beijing good news:  Zoom conferencing: 
21/03/20·26m 56s

#59 You will not believe what happened? Plus how to work from home

It's a very strange episode today as you're about to find out. It all starts normally, in this anything but normal world right now, but then... well, listen on to find out. We also have some ideas about how to handle working from home. Pat Flynn's brilliant video:
20/03/20·39m 3s

#58 THE FUJICAST goes DAILY! Photographers against Covid-19!

Of course it'll be different for every country, but here in the UK and much of the world, measures taken by our governments mean that normality is on hold. So we want to throw our closed sign round to read open. We'll be doing a five day a week daily photo show, with the occasional weekender I'm sure. We'll start by addressing the elephant in the room, but from then on, we want to hear from photographers of all kinds and makes of camera. Photographers against Covid-19. Email in to: 
19/03/20·20m 30s

#57 Launch your own photo podcast? And X-T3 or X-T4?

This week's special guest on The FujiCast is Andrew Hellmich, whose PhotoBiz X podcast was one of the first photography podcasts to focus on the business side of making pictures. He shares how he got started and some gems of advice given on the show to him. Also this week, finding your photography confidence, making a choice between the X-T3 and X-T4, the focal length you shouldn't be without and another photo disaster story. Andrew Hellmich PhotoBix X: Contact Neale and Kevin: 
16/03/20·1h 1m

#56 The incredible portraits of Luis Garvan

Luis Garvan is talked of often on the show and today Kevin talks with him via link to Mexico City. We believe Garvan's work to be 'quiet genius,' whether it's his exquisite study of still life flora, commercial portraits or abstract form and today Kevin asks him how he works and why. Also today, how photography helped one listener in his battle for sobriety plus Kev's book of the week features Bailey's study of human form. Luis Garvan:  Keith Vaughton:  Kevin and Neale: 
09/03/20·1h 13m

#55 Camera launch special - the X-T4 has arrived and Portugal X-Photographer Andrew Mumford

Fujifilm's X-T4 is now out and this week is the first week we can officially talk about it, so we travel to London to make some test shots and mull over our thoughts in the smoke's famous Oily F Stop pub. Is this a camera for still shooters, movie makers or both? Is it finally the perfect combination? Also, we hear from Andrew Mumford; X-Photographer in Portugal about landscapes, YouTube and workshopping as a career. Andrew's website:  Our personal links:  Contact the show particularly if you'd like to join in with our personal project and mental health specials upcoming.
02/03/20·1h 23m

#54 How to approach strangers for street portraits with Gabrielle Motola

Today on the show, the super talented Gabrielle Motola shares how she approaches strangers for street portraits. It's been a life skill she's had to learn and develop and today she lays bare her secrets. Also hear about Gabrielle's new book made on location in Iceland and how she started life at Annie Leibovitz's studio. Also on the show, tripods, the book of the week, more on the X-T4 and Kev's bought a GFX!  More on our work: Gabrielle's website: 
24/02/20·1h 22m

#53 Photographing landscapes for YouTube Thomas Heaton

This week we talk to Thomas Heaton about the launch, growth and popularity of his landscape photography YouTube channel, his switch to Fujifilm and how his recent trip to Nepal was his biggest physical challenge yet. Also, is the D Pad to be taken from all cameras? Kevin gets to grips with 'that' film, the one Fujifilm 'banned,' and the book of the week is Jane Bown's Exposures. Find Neale and Kev's sites: Thomas Heaton: 
17/02/20·1h 25m

#52 LIVE from the House of Photography - first birthday show

Recorded LIVE at London's Fujifilm House of Photography, Neale and Kevin are joined by Fujifilm's Marketing Manager Andreas Georghiades to face questions from the audience. Will there be new cameras? What's happening with film simulations? And a host of other questions too as always about books, and experiences in the photography business. It's all in the first birthday show. Send your questions to 
10/02/20·1h 7m

#51 Do you want to shoot sport? And a new 2020 photo challenge!

Fujifilm X-Photographer Jeff Carter joins us on the show today. Respected for his industry leading motorsport pictures, Jeff is equally a talented landscape shooter and he shares his advice for working in these genres. Also this week a new photo challenge for any listeners in the FujiCast Facebook group, Kev's book of the week, your photo disaster stories and we'll attempt to succinctly answer a tax question too. You can't get more varied! Jeff Carter:  Connect with us:  Send questions to: 
03/02/20·1h 18m

#50 Pulitzer prize winner Cathal McNaughton

Reuters photographer Cathal McNaughton talks about winning a Pulitzer for his work in Myanmar and Bangladesh. The book review is back featuring Nan Goldin, we talk personal projects and share more plans for 2020. Cathal McNaughton: Nan Goldin: The boys: Support the show:
27/01/20·1h 20m

#49 A travel photography special in Switzerland

This week Neale and Kevin take you in their suitcases to beautiful Switzerland and ponder over your questions about travel and photography. Also meet one of Europes most respected wedding and commercial film makers; Emma Wilson. The boys answer more of your questions and share their ideas about the best kit to travel with when filming and photographing overseas. Emma Wilson:
20/01/20·1h 35m

#48 Success, is it hard work or just plain luck? Make 2020 your year!

In 2020, book less but charge double. Is that as simple as it sounds though? How can you achieve success? Is it hard work or luck? Also this week we talk with James Lawrence who has the job of training clergy at the Church of England. Finally a man who can help us as photographers when it comes to that frosty welcome we sometimes find when entering church as a professional. And, should you hire a retoucher? James Lawrence: Kevin and Neale's sites:
13/01/20·1h 19m

#47 Best of the guests pt2; why do we love photography?

It's the second of the two part series as we see off 2019 and welcome in 2020. This week Nick Turpin on street law, Ian MacDonald on mental wellbeing, Jason Florio on being human, Jo-Anne McArthur protecting animals, John Swannell on photographing the royals, Cam Neville fighting fires in Australia, Soraya Cortaville on new horizons, and Patrick LaRoque with Tom Stoddart musing over why we make pictures in the first place.
06/01/20·57m 46s

#46 Behind the scenes and best of the guests pt 1

The first of two parts where we take you behind the scenes and play back some of our favourite moments and guests. And if publishing a photography book is a new year resolution, then you'll want to hear the whole show!
30/12/19·52m 18s

#45 The Xmas Nativity Special + IMPORTANT SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT!

Neale and Kevin attempt to find a room in which to record their Christmas special. It's the nativity pantoesque irreverent special, all wrapped up in one show. PLUS, there is a very important announcement in the cast AND hang around for the bloopers. Happy holidays! Write to the show with all your questions: and we'll have a brand new mailbag in the new year.
23/12/19·1h 8m

#44 Is wedding photography dead? Help is at hand!

This week three special guests; Ian Weldon, Cat Ekkelboom-White and Nick Church join Kevin and Neale to sort out what's happening in wedding and social photography world. We also ask if Fuji may produce a black and white only camera one day and talk about the importance of personal projects. Ian Weldon: Cat Ekkelboom-White: Nick Church: Neale and Kevin: 
16/12/19·1h 11m

#43 Meet Nelson Mandela's personal photographer

Imagine this. Your first professional gig is shooting The Clash at the launch of punk music. Next you're with Elton John. Then you're on assignment in lawless Mogadishu followed by an invitation to be Nelson Mandela's personal photographer. Clint Eastwood chooses you to photograph on set. This is the stuff of dreams surely? Meet Keith Bernstein, the man behind the stories above. Also today, dealing with low light, how to start in street photography and X-T2 or X-T3, what should I buy? Keith Bernstein: Neale and Kevin's websites: 
09/12/19·1h 14m

#42 Photographing the migrant crisis!

Today's guest is photojournalist and humanitarian Jason Florio who spent 18 months photographing the work of search and rescue boats off the coast of Libya, with an unexpected personal twist of fate. Also, protecting our kit from thieves, where has all the wedding work gone, can mirrorless work for sport shooters and other questions.  Jason Florio:  Fishers of Men:  Neale and Kevin:
02/12/19·1h 10m

#41 Switching cameras to the X-Pro3? Best prime lenses

Will you be switching to the X-Pro3? What will your photo legacy be? How do I set my pricing? What settings are best for YouTube vlogging? And why does Kev have a black eye? So many questions answered today. And then there's the playback of the Q and A from the X-Weddings conference in Bath where Scott Johnson, Vojta Hurych, Chris Parkinson, Saraya Cortaville, Matt Thompson and Mullins of course, answer live questions from the audience! The panel tackle gear shopping lists, personal products, Insta filters, motivation and wedding disasters.  X-Weddings speaker lineup:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James: 
25/11/19·1h 10m

#40 Become a published photo book author, FOR FREE?!

Today's guest Joe Houghton has just fulfilled his dream of having a photo book published. Streets of Dublin is proof that if you have a great idea, in 2020/21, there really isn't a barrier to seeing your book grace the shelves of Amazon and book stores. Also we talk X-Pro3 design, how to shoot small weddings and what Fuji kit to pack if you're filming overseas and need a carry on bag weighing less than 10kg! Streets of Dublin:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James:  F16: 
18/11/19·1h 8m

#39 Robert Capa, the best war photographer ever?

For those listening November 11, this is of timely importance, since it's Armistice Day. So with a respectful nod to photographers who paid the ultimate personal price whilst making pictures in war zones, special guest Giles Penfound, former army photographer discusses the reality of working in those places that most of us would not dare tread - and he talks about the life and work of Robert Capa. Also this week, has Mullins turned into a flash user, hear Neale's most embarrassing photo moment and what happened when Kev got stuck in a lift on a photoshoot. X-Weddings last chance to book! Mullins weddings: Neale's weddings:  Giles Penfound: 
11/11/19·1h 19m

#38 Being a press photographer with guest Paul Rogers

This week special guest Paul Rogers talks about becoming a press photographer and his transition to wedding photography as Fleet Street started to close the photo desks. Favourite photo books revealed, and Mullins talks about his new favourite film emulation. Paul Rogers:  Simplr Straps:  Mullins online:  X-Pro3 review:  Neale James:  Last tickets remaining for X-Weddings! 
04/11/19·1h 1m

#37 X-Pro3 first thoughts and photo projects in print!

This week's special guest is Chris Waddell. His book 'End of the Pier Show' is proof that investing your time and money into a photo project can be a rewarding and cathartic experience. If you've ever thought of self publishing your own book, this episode is for you. ALSO... it's X-Pro3 release week and Mullins gives us his first thoughts on this exciting new retro looking camera. End of the Pier Show book:  Kev's X-Pro3 review film:  Neale's X-Pro 3 short preview film:  X-Weddings 2019:  Simplr straps: 
28/10/19·1h 7m

#36 I trained to be a war photographer! Ondrej Vachek

This week on the show, Ondrej Vachek talks about funding his own trips and training to photograph in The Ukraine. A fascinating insight into a photographer's mind who pays to go to places most of us wouldn't dare. We also talk about the name of the show! What's new on the Fujifilm lens roadmap and hear Mullins fall apart, just for a moment when faced with that, shhh, B word! Ondrej's website:  That anniversary link we talk about:  Neale James:  Kevin Mullins:  X-Weddings:  Simplr straps: 
21/10/19·1h 6m

#35 Supermodels and war! With Amelia Troubridge

This week our special guest is the incredible Amelia Troubridge who has photographed some of the world's biggest celebrities, but equally photographs some of the hardest and most moving photo stories on the planet. Second week of taking the show out on the road to Chez Kev's before we return to the studio next week. Amelia Troubridge:  Simplr Straps:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James: X-Weddings conference 2019: 
14/10/19·1h 8m

#34 Why do my pics look c$@p? And shhh, some XP3 talk!

This week the show comes from Chez Kev, or Studio Mullins if you will, as we go on the road for a couple of weeks during Kevin's busy speaking season. Neale tackles Kev with a below the belt XP3 question or two and you ask Jeremy Daalder, owner of Image Science a clutch of questions about colour calibration, monitors, printing and whether we really need to worry about all that stuff anyway in a segment we could have called 'Why do my pics look so c$@p.'  Simplr straps:  Image Science:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James:  X-Weddings: 
07/10/19·1h 12m

#33 Someone stole my picture! And meet the Facebook moderators

This week the mail bag raises the question of what you should do when your pictures are used commercially without your permission. A chance to meet the moderators of our FujiCast Facebook group and more on how to successfully make pictures of people on the street. Steve Vaughan:  Peter Kasbergen:  Simplr Straps: Kevin Mullins:  Neale James: 
30/09/19·1h 10m

#32 Clearing your mortgage! Photo business chat with Bryan Caporicci

We promised last week following the episode recorded in Brighton that this week's guest would be business focused. Bryan Caporicci talks about setting up a photo business, establishing it and then living on the proceeds. We talk video, we talk strategy and we talk branding. Sprout Studio:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James:  X Weddings in Bath:  Simplr Straps: 
23/09/19·46m 54s

#31 Sean Tucker, Nick Turpin, Laura Ross - BRIGHTON MEET UP SPECIAL!

The Brighton listener meet up recorded live on location in the south's most vibrant seaside town on the Palace Pier. The show features interviews with one of the UK's most well known street photographers Nick Turpin, photographer and You Tuber Sean Tucker plus Fujifilm's Exec helping to head up the X-Photographer ambassador scheme; Laura Ross. Those who came to the live show also get a chance to ask questions from the floor and we find out just what the law really is about photographing in public. Sean Tucker:  Nick Turpin:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James: 
16/09/19·1h 7m

#30 Canadian X-Photographer Ian MacDonald on PTSD!

Former paramedic now Canadian FujiFilm X-Photographer talks about how photography helped him treat and overcome PTSD in a very frank discussion about the condition. More of your questions about photography and final details about the Brighton meet up. Oh, and Kevin gets irate at the start about politics. Grab a safety helmet! Ian MacDonald:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James:  Simplr Straps:  X-Weddings Conference 2019: 
09/09/19·1h 18m

#29 Featuring celebrity photographer and film maker Chris Floyd

Kevin is back from Spain, normal service is resumed and we have a great special guest as our first one of the Autumn season. Portrait photographer to the stars and a film maker. He's shot advertising campaigns for Apple, Sony and British Airways; we welcome Chris Floyd. As always more of your questions and a chance to win a Simplr camera strap. Chris Floyd:  Simplr camera straps:  Neale James:  Kevin Mullins: 
02/09/19·1h 20m

#28 Holiday special finalé featuring FujiCast friends

It only seems yesterday that we were packing Kev off for his annual month in Spain and now here we are; the final week of Mullins in Spain with Neale back in a somewhat cooler UK. Your questions on overcoming nerves plus some more details on our Brighton meet up and X-Weddings Conference 2019. We also meet more of our FujiCast friends. Emily Renier:  Joe Josland:  Tuomas Mikkolainen:  John Middleton:  X-Weddings conference: 
26/08/19·1h 7m

#27 Holiday special week 2 from Spain and the UK!

Kevin is in Spain, Neale is in the UK, but it doesn't stop our weekly roll. This week, more about curry, fish and chips and photographing in Brighton, making creative slideshows, and cancellation policies if you're a wedding photographer. Also we hear more listener stories from Europe, America and Canada. Rivki Locker:  Tim Bindner:  Brad Wakefield:  Anna McCarthy:  Bryan Caporicci:  X-Weddings: 
19/08/19·1h 4m

#26 Holiday special week 1 and YOU on the show!

Whilst Kev sips cerveza on his extended vacation in Spain, Neale is left in Auld Blighty (the UK) to piece together this week's first of three holiday specials. There's no break from the questions of course as we answer more tech and arty questions from the show's mailbag. And there are five extra 'mini' guests this week as Neale enjoys the chance to meet some of our FujiCast friends. Clive Blair:  Janet Broughton:  Ruven Gotz:  Stephanie Baxter at FujiLove:  X-Weddings: 
12/08/19·1h 5m

#25 Fujifilm X-Photographer Saraya Courtaville, expedition photographer

This week guest Saraya Courtaville shares her experience of working as an expedition photographer with NGOs in Africa. She'll be talking at the upcoming X-Weddings Conference in Bath, England as the 'wild card' entry. More camera straps to give away and news of the up coming Brighton walk about. Simplr Straps: Saraya Courtaville:  Saraya's travel Instagram:  X-Weddings: 
05/08/19·1h 20m

#24 Making a successful photo project with Mandy Burton

Be serious with yourself now. How long has that photo project you've been meaning to make for a while, just existed within that area of consciousness we call; The Back Burner? This week we're delighted to introduce Mandy Burton, Nikon and now Fujifilm shooter, with a story about making her very first photo project. Hopefully it'll inspire you, pros and amateurs alike to do the same thing. 100 Strangers and their Dogs project:  Simplr Straps:  X Weddings Conference:  Kevin Mullins F16 site:  Neale James: 
29/07/19·1h 19m

#23 Featuring animal photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur

Animal rights activist and photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur talks about fifteen years of work photographing across all seven continents, telling difficult and rewarding stories about the plight of animals. Also this week, radioactive lenses that you may just have in your home, and what settings to use if your youngest wants to start borrowing your prized pro camera. Lots more questions and Simplr camera straps to give away. Jo-Anne McArthur:  We Animals:  Simplr straps:  Neale James: Kevin Mullins:  
22/07/19·1h 24m

#22 Fujifilm ambassador Scott Johnson and X-Pro v X-T!

This week we talk to Scott Johnson, Fujifilm X-Photographer and learn about what he's planning for this year's X-Weddings Conference in Bath. Neale challenges Kevin on the subject of X-Pro v X-T and asks if there's a new camera on the way? Scott Johnson: X-Weddings 2 Conference:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James: 
15/07/19·55m 42s

#21 Featuring Italian, now Mexican storyteller Dennis Berti

This week on the show, how to organise your website, gear chat, the new Facebook group launch and special guest Dennis Berti, the Italian photo storyteller now living and shooting in Mexico, where his wedding business is thriving. Dennis Berti: Paul Sanders: Neale James:  Kevin Mullins: The new Facebook group for the show:
08/07/19·1h 12m

#20 Part 2 of 'The other half.' Working all hours in photography

In the second part of 'The other half,' we introduce Sam, Neale's wife. If you missed part one, it's worth visiting that episode from last week, when Neale interviewed Kevin's wife Gemma. If that episode dealt with how our partners view starting a photographic business, this one talks a little more about how long hours and a strong work ethic can affect family time. Also this week, advice you would give your 'younger self' prior to business start up and what value photo workshops provide. X-Weddings conference:  Neale James:  Kevin Mullins:
01/07/19·1h 7m

#19 Part 1 of 'The other half.' Starting a photographic business.

This week on The FujiCast we introduce Gemma, Kevin's wife. Why? Because in this episode we hear about starting a photographic business from the perspective of a partner. The 'other half' witnesses the start up process in an entirely different fashion. A revealing insight into what they think. We also talk first cameras, social media, ambassadorships and how much photography takes out of you physically. Packed episode.  X-Weddings 2: Simplr straps:  Neale James: Kevin Mullins:
24/06/19·1h 15m

#18 Photographing Princess Diana by John Swannell, special guest

This week on the FujiCast, as well as your Q&As about Fujifilm gear and photography business questions, back for the second part of his two parter, John Swannell talks about the famous Princess Diana Christmas card shoot, as well as how he tackles nerves when photographing famous portraits clients. An episode not to be missed for those looking to work in the business of celebrity. There's more news too of this year's upcoming X-Weddings Conference in Bath. X-Weddings: Simplr Straps: John Swannell:
17/06/19·1h 11m

#17 Photographer to the royal family; John Swannell

A very special guest is featured in today's FujiCast. John Swannell trained under David Bailey as his assistant and eventually became one of Britain's most loved photographers. Today he is known for his work with the royal family. Hear part one of a two parter with fashion, beauty and royal photographer, John Swannell and listen for the day he saved legendary colleague David Bailey's life! Also we talk about the upcoming X-Weddings Conference and answer more of your questions about photography. John Swannell's website:  X-Weddings Conference: Simplr straps: 
10/06/19·1h 23m

#16 From Nikon's D750 to Fujifilm's X-T3 with Reggie B

This week we chat about business, shooting alone, street law plus San Francisco wedding and portrait photographer Reggie Ballasteros talks about his move from the Nikon D750 to FujiFilm X-T3, how it's changed his photography and why he made the swap. Presets:
03/06/19·1h 14m

#15 Personal projects and special guest Allister Freeman

All manner of subjects today as we co-present once more with a live studio guest, this time; long time friend and peer Allister Freeman. Known as one of the leading documentary shooters in the UK, Al also introduces us to personal projects and why they're important. Your questions and more Simplr straps to give away. Join us on The FujiCast. 
27/05/19·1h 10m

#14 Ralu Chase gets to ask the questions

We recently ran a competition to co-present The FujiCast, turn the tables and ask any questions of the hosts! Today is that show. We welcome Ralu Chase, a London based family photographer who started her photography business in Boston America and Romania! Check out Ralu's website as we learn a little more about Kevin and Neale as photographers.
20/05/19·1h 10m

#13 Welcoming Canon ambassador Sanjay Jogia!

It may be a FujiCast, but one thing we've wanted to do from day one is welcome listeners to the podcast from all flavours of brand. Today's special guest on the interview part of the cast is Canon ambassador Sanjay Jogia. We also talk photo books, introduce the work of Sara Lando, answer more questions about cameras and photography and give away some Simplr camera straps. Sanjay Jogia: Sara Lando: Simplr Camera straps: 
13/05/19·1h 8m

#12 Don McCullin exhibition special

A different kind of exhibition this week as during the second part we go on location at the McCullin retrospective exhibition. Hear Neale and Kevin with guest photographers Sanjay Jogia and Michael Shilling discuss and experience one of the most important photographic exhibitions the Tate Britain has hosted. Fujicast website:  McCullin website:
06/05/19·46m 50s

#11 Too much gear! Also featuring photojournalist Jim Mortram

The FujiCast as always features answers to your questions about the cameras and photography as a whole. This week, how to deal with drunken revellers as you make pictures, why people amass so much gear and there's an insight into the incredible work of Jim Mortram. Jim Mortram: Simplr Straps: 
29/04/19·1h 16m

#10 Photojournalist Tom Stoddart and getting in close!

This week's special guest is the celebrated photo story teller Tom Stoddart. His advice is gold for anyone wishing to be a photojournalist. We also talk about getting in close with wider angled lenses to tell a story. Tom Stoddart:    The film:    Magnum/Fujifilm Home book reviewed:   Simplr Straps:
22/04/19·1h 2m

#9 YouTuber Sean Tucker and social media

Sean Tucker, rising YouTuber in the photo community is our guest this week on The FujiCast. Your questions as always and Kevin and Neale deal with how to tackle the more negative side of social media. Email your questions to the studio  Sean Tucker: Breathe Pictures: Kevin Mullins: F16 site: Neale James:  Simplr Straps: 
08/04/19·59m 31s

#8 Social Media for Photographers and James Ravilious

This week, Mullins under the spotlight, twice. He shares his real working knowledge of social media and how to use it well in photography and takes a trip to Devon to talk to Robin Ravilious, widow of the late great James, social documenter, lauded by Cartier-Bresson for his authentic storytelling of life in the south west of England. James Ravilious main site:  Archive:  Simplr camera straps: 
01/04/19·1h 10m

#7 Street photography and 9/11 remembered with Jason Florio

Street photography is a theme we return to and today's episode takes on a potent tone as we hear photojournalist Jason Florio's account of working on the streets of New York on the day of 9/11. Your Fujifilm questions and an opportunity to win Simplr straps. Show notes and competition annos:  Jason Florio:  Florio Instagram:  Simplr Straps:  Artlist music:  Blue Wednesday:  iN-PUBLiC:  Kevin Mullins:  Neale James: 

#6 The Fire fighting Photographer and Wedding Week

Fighting Australia's wild bush fires would seem like a challenge enough, but photojournalist Cam Neville decided to fight and photograph at the same time. We also talk wedding photography and answer your Fujifilm questions. Cameron Neville:  Full Cam Neville Podcast: Kevin Mullins Photography:  F16 website:  Neale James:  FujiCast homepage for quiz answers: 
18/03/19·1h 19m

#5 Kit Week featuring Shotkit and your questions

Busy busy week this week. What's in our kit bags and an interview with Mark Condon from Shotkit, the website featuring camera gear of the world's best photographers. There's a chance to win album product from QT Albums and we talk to Dave McKeegan about the 'Is ISO fake?' debate. Shotkit:  QT Albums:  The FujiCast homepage:  F16 website:  Breathe Pictures podcast:  Kevin Mullins Photography:  Neale James: 
11/03/19·1h 9m

#4 Finding your photo mojo part 2, street shooting law and Fujifilm Q&A

This week on the show Kevin and Neale play part 2 of special guest Patrick la Roque's story on finding your photo mojo. Kevin talks about the legality of street photography and there are Q&As on destination weddings. Contact the show: See more of Kevin's work:  The resource for Fujifilm photographers: See more of Neale's work: 
25/02/19·46m 49s

#3 Finding your photo mojo with guest Patrick La Roque, zooms, primes and your questions

This week Kevin and Neale's special guest Patrick La Roque takes to the road to reignite his passion for photography in part one of a two part mini series. The lads cover everything from Victorian death pictures, to zooms versus primes and a surprise contact from one of the subjects in Darcy Padilla's seminal work; Family Love.
18/02/19·48m 6s

#2 State of the photo industry, and Sydney street photographer Markus Andersen

In the second episode, Neale and Kevin discuss how the photography industry has changed. There's the second of a two part interview with Markus Andersen on a street walk around Sydney and your questions are answered about kit.
12/02/19·56m 6s

#1 Meet Kevin and Neale, with special guest Markus Andersen

The first FujiCast. Meet Kevin and Neale as they review Bob Mazzer's potent photobook about London's iconic underground culture. Neale goes on a Sydney photowalk with Fujifilm X-Photographer Markus Andersen and the new mailbag feature answers your questions about all things Fujifilm. Contact the show 
18/01/19·1h 2m
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