Charles Paul Azzopardi (Malta)

Charles Paul Azzopardi is a 40 year physician and photographer, active for the past 5 years. His main genres include black and white fine art, long exposure, architectural photography, as well as capturing human anatomy in motion. He has been appointed as the advisory consultant for the photographic archives as part of the National Archives of Malta, as well as the Richard Ellis Archives, the two biggest photographic cultural heritage institutions in Malta. He has published 35 photography books to date and exhibited in Malta, Milan and New York, with gallery representation in the same countries.


The Fujifilm GFX system, and specifically the GFX 100s and the GFX100, are changing the face of cultural heritage preservation and digitization. With a native resolution of 100 megapixels, capable of rising to 400 megapixels via pixel shifting, accurate colour rendition and accurate auto focus, in conjunction with precise lenses such as the 120 mm Macro, provide the ultimate platform to digitize archival photographic material, artworks, manuscripts and books.


  • GFX100S
  • GF120mmF4 R LM OIS WR Macro
  • GF250mmF4 R LM OIS WR
  • GF32-64mmF4 R LM WR