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Brian Lloyd Duckett (UK)

Brian Lloyd Duckettは、ドキュメンタリー、旅行、ストリートを専門とする写真家。 ロンドンを拠点とし、StreetSnappersとTravelSnappersのワークショップを運営し ています。また、コマーシャルフォトの世界でも活躍中で、多くの企業の年次報告、 広告キャンペーン、その他のマーケティング関連資料などの撮影を行う。しかし、彼 の本当の情熱は常にストリート写真に対するものでした。 彼の最初の本である「Mastering Street Photography」はベストセラーとなり、続 編「52 Assignments:Street Photography」とともに、好評を博す。(Ammonite Press社より発行)

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My first experience of a Fujifilm camera came when I was covering a riot for a news agency. Things were getting out of hand and I could feel myself becoming a target with huge and expensive cameras and lenses around my neck. When I put all that gear back in the bag and started shooting with my new FUJIFILM X10 it was liberating; I had become anonymous, blending into the background and shooting unobtrusively. That moment brought the realisation that Fujifilm had started something very good and I went on to use the X100 series, from the original X100 to my current favourite camera, the X100F. For travel and street photography I use the X100F, X-E3 and X-Pro2, my go-to lenses being the 23mmF1.4 and the 56mmF1.2. For my commercial work I love the X-H1 (the in-body stabilisation is amazing) and the X-T2. If I’m shooting portraits for commercial or editorial use, that 56mm lens is better than anything I had used previously. Making the switch from DSLR to mirrorless wasn’t easy at first – but it was more of a mental block than anything practical and, once overcome, was a game-changer. When I’m traveling, the little X-E3 is perfect: I can get the camera and 3-4 lenses into a small shoulder bag whereas previously everything would have needed to be carried in a large backpack. Most of the time, however, the X100F is my go-to camera: it just feels ‘right’ in my hands and I can use it intuitively, almost without thinking.

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