A FUJIFILM Feature gear tip on the importance and the benefits of fun and play as part of the creative process.
A word of warning - the following blog is prevalent with adjectives, slight tongue twisters and inuendos and is written from a personal emotional viewpoint.
So now that myself and google have your attention - I stand before you void of clutter, doubt and confusion.
We were fortunate to have the chance to test the latest from FujiFilm: the GFX100, a 100mp beast of a camera that takes shooting to a new level. Having this camera to play with, Malcolm decided not to just do the normal technical test but to put it through its paces on 2 shoots that resemble actual working conditions…
I was invited to present a lecture on Street Photography at Hein & Christine Waschefort’s Visual Skills School in Pretoria North. Going past Johannesburg, I arranged with Fujifilm SA to get the long awaited 16-80mm lens for a couple of days to test its Street- and Travel Photography capabilities.
Here we are again, and I can already hear people say "another lens from a camera manufacturer”
Most manufacturers offer you an expensive “fast” lens, the more affordable mid paced high performance “slightly slower” lens, and then your budget option (which is normally a good entry level option in to the world of photography).
Deus is derived from the Portuguese language meaning, God; hence Deusa is the female equivalent of the word Deus (Goddess).