One day with the Fujifilm x-t2 23mm f2.0
We were celebrating DAD’s day at Turtle Bay Croydon toghether with our friends Agata and Roch (fashion guru), fantastic hairdreser Croydon Bartek, my red hair beauty Karolina and of course bunch of our kids 🙂
Before gonna get to show you what we get, let me tell you what was the initial reason of buying mirrorless camera.
As you know we are london wedding photographers shooting with Canon systems. As by now we were using Canon 5D mark iii cameras (4 bodies) and Canon and Sigma lenses. As you know this cameras have their weight but apart of that they have their size as well. And this size is visible by wedding guests. Cameras we use allow us to capture weddings in our documentary wedding style, but there is always this one guests (mostly kids) who will be scared by size of it. What I mean is we are able to blend within wedding guests, but not necessarly every time. By using smaller cameras, ie. Fujifilm mirrorless system, we are able to blend within a crowd every time. With this small black boxes we are able to capture real emotions and real people create them.
Sample of the day out – Fahter’s day
Below you will find few of a many pictures taken on our day out. Fujifilm x-t2 is fun and friendly to use. For whole day we use one battery (original Fujifilm camera battery). We shoot all images in jpg as we wanted to upload them straight from the camera. All pictures has been taken without using any flash.
Configuration and settings:
- FUJIFILM X-T2 with the XF23MM F2.0 lens
- Aperture set to 2.0-5.6
- ISO set to auto with max iso set to 12800
- Min shutter speed set to 1/125 second
- Shot using Classic Crome as well as Acros Yellow filter film simulations
We are Karolina & Zibi
We are husband and wife team who loves to travel and telling stories thru images. We love drinking coffee, eat great food (always trying different diets lol) and drinking red wine. We are members of English Heritage and National Trust and try to visit all their estates. We love photography, becouse we love people. Welcome friend… we are so glad you are here.