Quick image from Savannah, Georgia. Weather is getting warm here, but that also means some long lovely evenings to enjoy with a camera!

I am testing a rented Fujifilm X-T1 this week, and one of the premier lenses in the Fujifilm lineup…the 56mm F1.2. Both are really incredible pieces of technology. My first thoughts on the equipment are that the Fujifilm processes information and works faster in every way. As a result the camera does not get in your way as you think and compose. Due to some button placement issues it is not as fast as a true DLSR, but it is quick to work once you create your own customized workflow.

The 56mm, is well really beyond description nice. I’ve shot lovely portraits, detailed photos of architecture, and lovely low light renditions of bright neon displays. Incredible!

OK! Yes if you want to join Fujifilm and had any doubts from a previous experiment with it…you can rest assured this one is the one that will on image quality and responsiveness will fit the bill for about 90-95% of all photographers needs.

Both photos processed in Nik for effect. I’ll have others later!