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Images from my upcoming work in Ukraine

In 2015 I became the first Australian correspondent/photojournalist to embed with the Ukrainian military. I traveled to Ukraine’s eastern conflict zone and embedded with Ukraine’s military in frontline regions, and produced reportage published by ABC Australia.

Since then I have returned to Ukraine a number of times, producing and directing further projects related to the ongoing military conflict, and humanitarian crisis in Donbas. Throughout 2019 I have been living in Kyiv, and Donetsk Oblast, producing new documentaries, and reportage.

After months of planning I was given the chance to embed with Ukraine’s ‘AZOV’ special forces infantry regiment. This was a very rare opportunity, and I was the first Australian journalist to embed with the regiment; foreign media are rarely given access like this. This documentary will be released alongside other projects currently in production.

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Digital Filmmaking Photography

Five tips for using Fuji X-T2 4K F-LOG in 2019

Since its release in 2016, the Fuji X-T2 has become one of the most feature-complete, budget-friendly mirrorless cameras on the market. Fuji’s great lens offerings, image quality, and continued firmware updates have turned the X-T2 into an ultimate system for 4K filmmaking and still photography.

F-LOG (Fuji Log) is a great recording mode that makes the most of the camera’s hardware, and software. You will need to do post-production work to get the most out of the X-T2’s 4K video files, however the end results are often stunning, and worth the minimal post-production required.

Information contained in this blog is based on my own personal experience using the X-T2 for filmmaking with Fuji’s built-in 4K resolution internal ‘F-LOG’. I developed these concepts through experimenting and learning how to operate the camera’s hardware and software.