Firmly going back to my roots with Fuji feels like home.
This shot was taken with a new-to-me Fuji 35mm 1.4.
I know why I sold this lens in 2015 and it wasn’t that I wanted to part with it exactly. I just wanted the new 16-55mm 2.8 more. But with having gifted my 35mm f2, a decision I am thrilled with because I wholeheartedly believe in paying it forward…..I was left with a hole in my Fuji gear.
I also picked up a Fuji X100F and I had forgotten how much fun that little camera is. It gives me a 23mm focal length too, so, it’s a win-win. I thought about the X100V but it takes a different battery than my X-H1’s and its processor is different and…..it just seemed to make a lot of sense to stick with the same generation of everything. Plus, I already had the X100F once and understand it well.
Jared says I am getting more comfortable with my gear, enough so that I can focus on the art. I hope he is right. I have truly been a gear-head in the past and I desperately want to grow out of it.
The Japanese tulip tree is about to burst with blooms any day, so I am excited to take photos of it when it blooms.
Also, FLASH SALE!
For a limited time, which expires March 8, 2021, wedding day coverage for 1 photographer is $800. Includes all portions of my normal 1-photographer but does not include an engagement session. Down payment of $175 and signed contract must be submitted by 5 pm on March 8, 2021 to be eligible for the sale.
Have a great weekend, everyone!