His royal majesty, and the prettiest British prince, Prince Harry, takes the above pretty portrait. He takes more, too, appearing a wiz with the Fujifilm X100s. There's more at that most unpretty of tabloids: Daily Mail.
Thanks Fuji X Forum
Update: Prince Harry was visiting Lesotho for his work with Sentabale, a charity founded jointly by him and the Lesotho's Prince Seeiso. Sentabale aims to: "help vulnerable children, the forgotten victims of poverty and Lesotho's HIV/AIDS epidemic."
I give you Ugo Cei Photography. Ugo's got loads of great landscapes in his gallery. But owing to me being a Woolf fan, lighthouses have always magneted me in. The other magnet is that Ugo outs himself as a geek. Well done, mate.
His photos can be purchased on a variety of print media, as well as downloaded.
Glad to have another contemporary writing under the influence. The other tool Martin wields in his inebriate article, is the classic Jupiter-3 50mm f/1,5, a lens, that even without alcohol, can really skew reality.
Check it out here: With A Whisky #1
DPReview member and Fujifilm X user, Ashtyn01, has just launched the bare bones of what I think will become a beautiful photographic narrative. The few photos on her site show a willingness to explore and create. Hopefully, she will help improve the growing base of X photography out there.
Head to www.ashtynjoice.com to see her explore.