The autumn is one of my favourite times to walk and work with my camera. As nature prepares for its big sleep and the sounds of the forest quieten, the views are exquisite. Fall photography is filled with endings but rather than depressing, I’m inspired to know that the trees and the plants will endure and then in the spring they will burst forth again. The cycles of nature are filled with the spectacular.
I’ve been a Canon shooter since I went digital back in the day, but over the last few years, I’ve been dabbling in the mirrorless world. Recently, I entered the Fujifilm world with an XT-20 and several lenses including an 23 mm f2, one of Fujifilms Holy Trinity set. I love the image quality and the f2 gives a lovely bokeh as you can see in these two shots. Both were shot at f2.
Canon’s image and colour quality is superb as well but what I love about the Fuji’s XT-20 and this particular lens is its compactness and lightness. After shooting for decades, this system really put the love back into photography again. And for this I am so grateful. It’s just so easy to put this combo in a small shoulder-bag and go. I stopped doing this with my Canon gear due to its size and weight.
There are some pretty cool things happening in the camera world these days and Fujifilm is one of the innovative camera companies that is leading the charge.
Check out my Instagram account to see more shots taken with the Fujifilm system.
Bye for now.