Share Your Website on Fuji X Weekly

Fujifilm X100F

What’s your website?

I thought it would be a fun idea to give you an opportunity to share your website with me and the Fuji X Weekly community. I know that many of you have a website. It would be great if you posted it, so that I or anyone else reading this could visit it. Even if it’s not photography related, please feel free to share your website. Simply, leave your website address in the comments section. Give your name, web address, and maybe a brief description of your website.

We’re all on this road together. The photography community has been incredibly helpful to me over the years, and I’m glad to be a part of this continuum. If we are all kind and helpful to each other, we’ll all be better photographers for it. I’m hoping that this post will benefit some of you, and maybe you’ll discover some good resource or inspiration. Perhaps you’ll find a website a two to follow, in addition to the others that you already follow (and don’t forget to follow Fuji X Weekly if you are not doing so already).

I look forward to seeing your website in the comments section. I encourage you to check back on this post after a few days and click the different websites that are shared in the comments, and see what others are up to.

This should be a fun!

81 comments

  1. Anders Lindborg · September 25

    This has to be one of the best photo blogs ever. Looking forward to every notification email!

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Thanks for being willing to check out others work. I love checking out what you do here.

    My Tech Blog: https://bestlightphotoblog.wordpress.com/
    My News/Photojournalism Blog: https://visualohio.com/
    My Pro Site: http://www.bestlightphoto.net/

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Khürt Williams · September 25

    I think you already know mine.

    https://islandinthenet.com/

    Liked by 2 people

    • Ritchie Roesch · September 26

      I do, but it’s good to share it anyway because there might be some readers who don’t. Thank you!

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  4. Photo A Day · September 26

    My website is finally starting to be what I want it to me. It had started out as a photo a day site. But that was tough and I missed a few days. So now a do a weekly round up. I also do some topical posts each week. I use a Fuji x100f (shooting 100% jpeg), a canon ae-1 program and a rollei 35 s. I really love the film.

    I don’t write much. Short intros to that entries photos.

    Love to have some visitors and comments: https://photoeverydaylife.com/

    Liked by 3 people

  5. Lane Erickson · September 26

    Great idea Ritchie. This will make it easier for me to look at sites of like minded photographers.

    Mine site is: https://findtherightlight.blog/

    Liked by 2 people

  6. bguizol · September 26

    I feel I already know and follow half of the blogs here, but it’s a great idea nonetheless 🙂

    Here’s my modest contribution. I started my blog a few months ago with the main motivation to find a better way to share my passion for photography with like minded people. When I say better, I mean better than IG or Flickr basically. So far, I’m quite happy with the result.

    You can find my photos here: https://bguizol.photo.blog

    ~peace

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  7. veijom · September 26

    My blog can be found here:
    https://fujigraphy.home.blog/author/veijom/

    I’ve shared there my Fuji in-camera film simulation settings and my own made Capture One -styles. And part of the goal of the blog maybe is to share some thoughts of photographing with a Fuji camera and lenses, though tweaking with the styles have taken most of my “spare” time so far.

    I bought the Fujifilm version of Capture One and my main goal was to make styles with the bought version that Works with the free Express -version. And I thought other Fuji users might like to get free styles to experiment with their free Express version. My styles are free to use and tweak for everyones own tastes. I also gladly take suggestions (challenges) for certain looks needed, but admit I am just learning the capabilities of Capture One and color science itself.

    I like Your efforts making available the in-camera settings that look gorgeous and show how many varieties You can get SOOC. I partly use in-camera settings (mostly process the photos afterward with X RAW Studio) and Capture One for the looks that so far have not been able to get in-camera. I don’t tweak pics in Capture One much, as I mostly use my preset styles and try to tweak the presets to be such that they can be applied to my images without any further tweaking.

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  8. leodelatorre · September 26

    Mi sitio Web es: https://leodelatorre.net/

    La fotografia, ha sido y es, una de mis aficiones preferidas.

    Desde hace algunos años, mi cámara es una Fujifilm de la serie X:
    Pro1, XT2 y actualmente la XH1

    Saludos desde España a todos los blogueros que siguen este blog.

    Ritchie, muchas gracias por compartir con todos tanta información sobre nuestras apreciadas cámaras Fuji X

    Leo

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    • Ritchie Roesch · September 26

      ¡Muchas gracias! ¿Qué le parece el X-H1?

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      • leodelatorre · September 27

        Alguien definió la Fuji XH1 como una XT2 que ha pasado por el gimnasio, eso si, con el valor añadido del estabilizador integrado en el cuerpo de la cámara.

        Yo, que he trabajado con la XT2 durante más de dos años no he tenido ningún problema en adaptarme rápidamente a esta XH1, además de ser mucho más ergonómica su empuñadura y muy útil la pequeña pantalla LCD con los datos de configuración de disparo siempre a la vista .

        Estoy muy satisfecho con esta cámara (Fuji XH1) y la recomiendo sin ninguna duda.
        Saludos
        Leo

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      • Ritchie Roesch · September 27

        Agradezco tus pensamientos sobre esto, ¡gracias por compartir!

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  9. datz · September 26

    It will be interesting to check out the sites already listed!
    Here’s mine.

    https://alensinthelandscape.wordpress.com/

    Liked by 2 people

  10. fragglerocking · September 26

    https://fragglerocking.org ~ illustrating the North East, England.

    https://fragglesotherplace.com ~ 2/3 the way through a 365 in B&W

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Alexander · September 26

    I deleted my site here long ago, I deleted pics from my Flickr and Instagram accounts. I have nothing to say with words and my photography is boring so I kinda gave up.
    Now I have a channel in Telegram messenger for 4 people who take a look at my pictures.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Ritchie Roesch · September 26

      I would encourage you to not give up. Keep doing what you love, and don’t be afraid to share what you are doing with other like-minded people. Take care!

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    • Khürt Williams · September 26

      Why do you take photos? The ones you share with those 4 people via telegram, why do you do it? What caused you to push the shutter button? I think if you write that with each photo, you’ll have a reason to photo blog.

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  12. Naufal Mir · September 26

    I have a very new website, https://www.abijango.com/street-photography

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Naufal Mir · September 26

    Hi, my website is pretty new: https://www.abijango.com/street-photography

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  14. Visgean Skeloru · September 26

    A bit late to the party, my website is at https://tintinburgh.com its mostly a travel blog. I post too many photos so its a bit mess to navigate.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Ritchie Roesch · September 26

      Curating has always been something that I struggle with. Remember, less is often more. I keep working at this, but I have a long ways to go. Thanks for sharing!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Khürt Williams · September 26

      Added your website to my feed reader.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. Helen Fennell Photography · September 26

    How wonderful! I am always looking for new sites to follow. Here is mine:

    https://www.helenfennell.com

    I having blogged in a while, really should get back to it! Much of what you see is shot on jpeg.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. tim matson · September 26

    Thanks for the invite!

    http://www.earthponds.com

    a site for pond lovers, builders, maintainers, learners…sign up on contact page for monthly essay…

    based on 40 years in pond design work.

    Tim Matson

    Liked by 2 people

  17. clayuk2000 · September 27
  18. chan.kit.sg · September 27

    Fujifilm photography in Singapore (and other parts of the world) -> http://respectablemagician.wordpress.com

    Liked by 3 people

    • Ritchie Roesch · September 27

      Thank you for sharing!

      Liked by 1 person

    • tattwah · September 28

      If you do come to Malaysia, lets shoot together, I enjoyed SP very much as well. and we are neighbors. Penang, and KL will be good.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Ritchie Roesch · September 28

        You know, I would absolutely love to. I don’t know if a trip to southeast Asia will happen, but if it does, we should definitely meet up. Thank you for the offer!

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      • chan.kit.sg · September 30

        u should definitely come over to SEA and after your visit come up with a new simulation 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

      • chan.kit.sg · September 29

        Sure, that’s a good idea. Which part of Malaysia do you live in?

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      • tattwah · September 30

        Kuala Lumpur (or around) or Penang (my home town) will do. Georgetwon is a beautiful place for street photography.

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  19. tattwah · September 28

    It would be awesome if we can have something like a flikr group where we can share our photos here. Or a chatroom. @Ritchie Roesch

    Liked by 2 people

    • Ritchie Roesch · September 28

      I’ve thought about this a lot. I’ve looked at some different options. I’m on the fence of what exactly I want to do, as there are pros and cons to the different choices. I hope to have something set up in the coming months, maybe sooner. Thank you for the suggestion!

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  20. bguizol · September 28

    Just passing by again, there are awesome blogs listed here. It was a great idea, Ritchie!

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Vassilis · September 28

    vassilisbonto@gmail.com

    Thanks Ritchie

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  22. walker · September 29

    sure, why not?
    best,

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    • chan.kit.sg · September 30

      your blog is awesome! Comments disabled???

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      • walker · October 24

        hey sorry for the belated answer. nope they are enabled (not in each post though)

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  23. James · September 30

    Great initiative Ritchie!

    https://www.jamesposilero.com

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  24. Douglas K Vinez · September 30

    Thanks for the opportunity to share my website. I’m a new reader and am very much enjoying yours!

    My website focuses on our work in Africa, but it also has a gallery and a blog with my photos. Currently shooting an XT-3. Thanks!

    http://www.DougandAbby.org

    Doug Vinez

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Steve Vaughan · October 2

    Hi is it ok to post my business site? I’m a wedding photographer with my wife shooting 100% Fujifilm gear .

    http://www.samandstevephotography.com

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  26. Miroslav P · October 2

    My site is mostly some kind of blog, but not optimized for English.
    Any way, you may find some interesting places, with their location on google map (clicking on the travel title when open it), also EXIF information for the photos (the i icon top-right on the galleries):

    http://phototravels-bg.com/en/

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  27. Janice · October 2

    Awesome initiative! It’s been lovely checking out all the websites in the comments!

    Here’s mine: http://www.travellinglens.co/blog/

    Liked by 1 person

  28. joaquinfo · October 4

    What you are doing mister is just a very good action. Just got subscribed, ill be not missing any other post.

    btw: https://joaquinfo.com/ (need to update more often i think)

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  29. Khürt Williams · October 4

    It turns out I had many of these blogs in my feed reader already but I did find some new ones to follow.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. alexander · October 5

    Hello! Kinda new https://momentsmoods.wordpress.com/ no words just photos, no film sims just ProNeg Hi

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  32. Nicolas · October 5

    This is what I do for a living
    https://www.olonetzky.com/

    …and this is what I’m doing in between
    https://www.instagram.com/neglectedloves/

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  33. dobrucki · October 16

    Here’s my photo blog … http://www.dobrucki.ca

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Joel Jenkins · October 17

    Late to the game! Happy to share. I’m a full-time web developer that loves photography on the side, and a few years back had that love re-blossomed when I was led to Fuji X. I shoot on an X-T20 and set up just a simple photoblog for myself. Also, greetings from a few miles south of ya! (Orem)

    https://life.joeljenkins.me/

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Puckel_ · November 5

    Enjoyed to see all this new websites. Now it’s my little contribution with mine https://www.seedforthemind.fr/
    Thanks for the initiative !

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