Yesterday was my daughter’s last day at the golden arches. Lit by the window light on camera left. Fujifilm X-Pro2, XF 56mm f/1.2.
My automatic, a.k.a. self-winding, Seiko that my father gave years (decades) ago. I used the XF 56mm f/1.2 on the X-Pro2 with an extension tube to get make the macro shot of the automatic mechanism. Lit with the Yongnuo bounced … Continued
I recently read a review of one of Fuji’s lenses, the XF 16mm f/1.4, that also happens to be a lens I own. There are a couple of unique feature about this lens: firstly, is the very large aperture wide … Continued
Lighting highly reflective surfaces can be a challenge, but when executed properly makes for interesting photographs. We have a hand blender and while it may be an anachronism, it still does the job. Lit using a couple of hand flashes … Continued
It has been some time since I’ve taken the camera out at lunch and wandered around downtown in Toronto. The moderate temperature meant a pleasant stroll and lots of people walking outside. The farmers’ market at Nathan Philip Square was … Continued
Back home from a three day visit to southwestern Ontario that culminated in a trip to Canada’s most southernmost point – Pelee Island. WiFi access is back. And so I post this single picture with the hope that I’ll post … Continued
While I was away, Lisa baked some of her truly excellent chocolate oatmeal cookies. I used a couple of lenses: a 23mm and a 56mm, both offering fast apertures and great optical quality on the X-Pro2. In some instances I … Continued