Samuel Zeller (born 1990) is a graphic designer from the school of Arts Appliqués of Geneva with a strong passion for photography.
He worked for over 7 years in various design agencies creating retail spaces, editorial design and 3D visualizations for international brands.
His photographic inspiration comes from architecture, graphic design and movies. He brings his own eye and clean style to both his contract photography work and personal projects.
Samuel Zeller currently live and works in Geneva and he’s available for freelance jobs in Switzerland or abroad.
My love for Fujifilm started in 2012 when I bought a X100 to go to London. I immediately found that it was the camera I always looked for, in term of design and function it’s so good it totally disappear from your hand and becomes an extension of your eyes.
I quickly wanted to upgrade to other lenses so I bought the X-E1 and the XF35mm 1.4, my favorite piece of glass.
Then I got the X-T1 mainly for the improved viewfinder and the tilting screen. I still use the other cameras as backups.
The file quality and rendering from the X-trans sensor is something I cannot describe, it’s just different and it blends perfectly with my style of images.
It’s true that the camera doesn’t take the picture, but I sincerely think that my X-T1 makes my whole photography reach another level and motivate me to push further every day.