Tag Archive for: XF 56

Patient toad

This toad was totally unimpressed by me and tolerated my approaching camera perfectly well. (Fujifilm X-T1, XF 56 with MCEX-11)

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Blossoms

Spring is finally arriving and blossoming trees always make for some nice shots. These were taken with the XF 56.

 

The eagle has landed

The eagle has landed

 

 

About to land

About to land

 

 

Blossom

Blossom

Furniture assembly

The assembly of IKEA furniture always reminds me of the good old days of Legos. While helping a friend with his new furniture, I took some picture using the XF 56 f/1.2 lens.

Veiled

 

Unboxed

 

Sharp

 

Electrostatic

 

Remnants

Street photography with the XF 56

Addmittedly, an X-T1 and XF 56 combo isn’t quite as unobtrusive as an X100(S/T) would be. But the short telephoto length together with its speed at f/1.2 allows for some interesting shots.

Yesterday, I took this combo out in Frankfurt. I used the great profile configuration suggested by Marco Larousse at We Shoot Fuji.

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