Fuji X System a few thoughts

 

So now that I have used both my Fuji XT-1 and XPro-1 in anger at a great indoor music venue (with very poor lighting) what do I think? and am I glad I have made the switch over to the Fuji X System?

 

For starters let me just say that I was very pleased with my Nikon Pro gear. It did the job and it did it great. What I was looking for I guess was a system that made me work a little harder and think a little more about what I was shooting. The Fuji X system really does this. For anyone from the days of film and who remembers those days with fondness, well it’s a bit like that. Like the day I first used a SLR camera and waited till I had developed the film and printed up the negs. Ok you don’t have to spend days in a darkroom but you do have to think about the images you want to get out of these cameras. I can hear some say this would be a major setback when what I mainly do is live gig photography. Well I suppose for someone who has never had the pleasure of using film and having to think about almost every shot, it could well be a pain, but for me this is just what I wanted and can see now that it will keep me sharp for quite a few years to come.

So I am more than happy with my change over to Fuji and to get back to real photography once more. Thank you Fuji

Happy Snapping

Warren

A few images from my Fuji’s first “Proper Job”

 

The Bowness Project Launch gig

The Bowness Project Launch gig

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bowness Project Launch gig

The Bowness Project Launch gig

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bowness Project Launch gig

The Bowness Project Launch gig

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bowness Project Launch gig

The Bowness Project Launch gig

 

 

 

One comment


  • Richard Walliker

    Superb imagery and a great credit to Fuji X. Nice one.

    November 6, 2015

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