Well it’s official, the holiday season has begun and with that all the ornaments are starting to resurface around the house. The Christmas tree is out, somehow this year with less decorative balls and less lights but still gallantly hanging in there.
Without a doubt in mind I wholeheartedly recommend it. Now its worthing mentioning the WCL which came before is also another great addition to the X100/s and now its possible to have a small and powerful kit sporting the 28mm, 35mm, and 50mm field of views
Ah man, exercise, exercise, exercise. This morning Isabel and I went out for breakfast and a short [photo] walk. You know how it goes, I just had to take my X100s I mean my XE2/27mm combo which is as close I’d like to get.
Walking through my old stomping grounds was sort of like returning home in an abstract way. Total déjà vu, as I didn’t perceive any noticeable change in anything. The streets looked the same, the people looked same and its almost like if time had frozen.
So I finally completed my Fujifilm kit. A few days ago, I scooped up an XF 27mm 2.8 (silver) to pair of with the XE2 and I couldn’t be more delighted. Initially, I had wondered if it would give me the same experience as I had with my previous X100/s and I most say, it does.
Every time I shoot portraits with the XF 35mm I just get a little twinkle in my eye and a smile on my face.
Getting reacquainted with the Fuji X-E2 has been a real pleasure. After having tried a few X-series cameras I must say this has been my favorite so far. With the right accessories it transforms into a jack of all trades.
So, I recently processed these three images with usual workflow of ACR and Photoshop CC but this time I used a 15′ Mac Book Pro (Retina) and I was shocked at the level of detail these screens pump out. I’m now posting these from my Mac Book Air (yes a later 203 model) and they don’t look quite the same but one thing is still true and that is that the X-E1 is still a great camera and a great starter for anyone looking to get into the Fuji X-series cameras.