What’s the coolest online camera store? Moment! The Marketplace for Creatives. To say that it’s just a camera store is incorrect, because it’s an experience. Whether you are a beginner, a journeyman, or advanced photographer or videographer, there’s something on Moment’s website for you.
For the beginner, there are online courses to help you get started. There’s a Fujifilm X100V In-Depth Setup Guide, for example. Or Everyday Fujifilm Camera Basics. There was even an over-four-hour live Fujifilm workshop that’s still available to watch. These are put together by some highly reputable photographers, including Faizal Westcott, Andrew Kearns, and Gajan Balan.
For the journeyman, check out Shooting Lifestyle on Fuji, Shooting Portraits on Fuji, and Shooting for Brands. Again, these are put together by some talented photographers, including Victoria Wright and Reggie Ballesteros. You might already be familiar with Reggie’s Portra Film Simulation Recipe.
The point is, no matter your skill level—from first-camera beginner to seasoned pro—Moment has something for you. In fact, much more than I just shared above, so check out all of their courses, reviews, and experiences.
And I haven’t even talked about their gear yet! They sell their own brand of products, such as CineBloom filters (that’s Tip 3 in my 7 Tips To Get The Film Look From Your Digital Photos article), and cellphone lenses (check out my review of the Tele 58mm lens). They have apps. And, of course, they sell Fujifilm cameras and Fujinon lenses.
I know this sounds like a paid sponsored post, but I promise it’s not. I just think Moment is the coolest online camera store out there, and I wanted to say so—this is my website, so I’m allowed to do that. I do have a history with Moment. You might recall that back in 2021 I jointly wrote an article with them, Why I Never Shoot RAW — FujiFilm Simulations, Recipes, and More! Also back in 2021, Fuji X Weekly and Moment teamed up to give away some CineBloom filters. Anyway, even though I’m not getting paid to do so, I thought I’d take this opportunity to introduce you to Moment just in case you’ve never visited their wonderful website, which is the marketplace for creatives.