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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16-55mm f/2.8 R LM WR Lens Review - Gary Wolstenholme reviews this professional-grade wide-angle zoom lens from Fujifilm, the 16-55mm f/2.8.
I'm excited about the latest addition to my photo kit, adding the Fuji XF-60mm f/2.4 lens into the camera bag along with the 35mm f/1.4 and 18-55mm zoom. While the world of FujiFilm is a buzz about the 56mm f/1.2, I decided to pick up a used copy of it's older cousin.
I just arrived in Tucson, Arizona and the campsite where I'm staying is literally on the edge of the desert. There are multiple trails but, as with White Sands, it's quite easy to get lost. Every cactus looks similar to the last. I did manage to get slightly lost but not as bad as before :)
Tethered shooting has long been a benefit of having a dSLR over the Fujifilm X-Series cameras, and for many, especially those who do a lot of studio work it is a must-have feature that has prevented them using the Fujifilm X-Series either for that type of work, or at all! Personally I don’t do a huge amount of studio work, but when I do, I much prefer to shoot tethered and see exactly what comes up on the screen than have to keep taking the SD ca...
2 Best Friends Portrait Session. Shot with the fujifilm X-T1 (perth portrait photographer, Perth Portrait photography)56mm
Here are some images from my latest Portrait session. All Images where shot with the 56mm Lens, 23mm, and a couple where shot with the 50-200. And as you may or may not know, The 56mm lens is just a real joy to shoot with. Nice and Sharp, even wide open at...
Along came the Fuji X cameras with their smaller, but powerful APS-sized sensor and small footprint. Their sluggish EVF finders, made them problematic initially, but rapidly improved to a point where they can keep up with the action, and keeping up with the action is one of the most necessary parts of lifestyle shooting, at least the way I shoot it. For most of my lifestyle photography I try to keep the model in constant motion.