A New Approach (7 Photographs)
To view more of my photography please click on www.rakmilphotography.com
I ordered a Fuji XT-2 and since September 9th have been experimenting with it. I bought the 18, 35, and 90mm lenses to duplicate my first SLR gear from when I started photography (28mm, 50mm, 135mm). I have long looked for a camera I could easily carry around with me every day, and while the camera is by no means light it is certainly lighter than my Nikon gear. In the past I tried the Nikon V2, and Olympus OMD-5. The Fuji is the first mirror-less that I am comfortable with (a few issues but nothing dramatic). I also wanted a camera I could shoot in black and white. While Lightroom removes the color profile when you import, it’s easily re-instated. The best camera is the one you have with you and the Fuji meets my needs. I was worried about processing the XTRANS files (given what I had read on the web) but the results out of Lightroom, Photoshop and Macphun, have worked well. The photos here are from a couple of excursions with the XT-2 and reflect the kinds of street photography I hope to do over the long-term (when I am not out hunting for subjects in nature with my Nikon gear).