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Julien Apruzzese (France)

예술과 과학, 사진가 및 리터처에 대한 열정이있는 저는, 스스로를 이미지 제작자로보고 있습니다. 화가처럼 현실감있는 렌더링은 그다지 선호하지 않고, 현실의 해석에 기초한 그림 미학을 선호합니다. 2013 년부터 저는 브랜드 이미지 제작 전용 사진 및 리터칭 스튜디오를 운영하고 있습니다. 컨셉, 조명 및 포스트 프로덕션은 다양한 커뮤니케이션의 요구를 충족시키는 풀 서비스입니다. Fujifilm과 Profoto 홍보대사, Capture One Pro 및 Photoshop 전문가 트레이너인 저는 현재 포스트 프로덕션툴을 전문으로하는 스튜디오를 준비하고 있습니다.


Passionate about art and science, I first embraced the dream of a career as a sound engineer. After ten years of an exciting life and four awards, the desire had come to turn to another art form.

2012 was the year of the acquisition of my very first camera. But which one to choose? Without any knowledge yet, chance or luck (but this, I will know much later) brought me to a magazine advertisement on the X100. It seemed to match my needs but I could not say why at that point.

This piece of equipment seemed to perfectly embody photography thanks to a clever mix of tradition and modernity. And as I worked harder and harder on my photographic skills, the X100 became my daily companion and my best teacher as it focused on what was essential in photography.

Then I used the X-E1 with the XF35mmF1.4 R lens and in 2013, a revolution – an update featuring the WYSWYG (What You See is What You Get) option – urged me to use the manual mode for good. This same year I opened my photography studio in the south of Paris.

The studio became more and more renowned and in 2014, the X Series was mature enough to release the X-T1 which I was honored to purchase together with the XF56mmF1.2 R and XF23mmF1.4 R lenses.

And shooting in manual mode became like playing the piano, with my right hand on the shutter speed dial and aperture ring, my left hand on the ISO sensitivity dial and my eye to the viewfinder which displayed all my adjustments in real time. In addition, I could view my shot for 0.5s in a revolutionary electronic viewfinder, which made it possible to never take my eyes away from the scene.

Today, the GFX series is an integral part of my photographic work, the GFX 50R, accompanied by the GF63mmF2.8 R and the GF110mmF2 R, opening the doors to the wonderful world of the Medium Format and its unique photographic quality. The Fujifilm brand saw the birth of my photography, did what I am today, so it has my utmost respect.


  • GFX 50R
  • GF110mmF2 R LM WR