I recently got my hands on the highly anticipated Fujifilm X-T2. Before I bought the camera, I couldn’t decide between the X-T2 and the Olympus OM-D E-M5 MarkII. It was a toss-up between in camera stabilisation or a camera that captures more detail in low light. Both are outstanding cameras. After reading a ton of reviews on both cameras and getting a feel for both cameras at the store, I ultimately decided to go for the one that performs better in low light. All I can say is – I *LOVE* the X-T2.
The images out of camera require very little post processing. I took this baby on my road trip to Montreal – I would not trade this camera for anything else. I had so much fun shooting with it. I am no camera pro, so I will leave technical reviews to them. There are a ton of reviews from other bloggers and on YouTube. Follow me on my Instagram (@saveurie) to see pictures I take with the X-T2. I also posted some images from my road-trip on my gallery – here.
It took me awhile to get use to Fuji’s dials and settings. Once I figured all that out, I wanted to improve on my photography skills. I came across The 52 Week Photography Challenge. As Barney Stinson would say ….. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!
Week 1: The self portrait.
18-55mm lens @ 30mm (45mm equivalent), f/3.6, 1/150 sec, ISO 400. Taken during sunrise, perfect lighting =)
A portrait is not made in the camera, but on either side of it
Interested in doing this photo challenge with me? Post it on your Instagram and tag me – or, put a link to your blog in the comment section. Check back for week 2!