A photo I shot with a typical flatlay in mind. I want to mention the ruggedness of this oddball camera I have fallen in love with. The fujifilm Xpro1 is an unlikely pick: The first mirrorless in its family, one of the first digital rangefinder style cameras, certainly the first with the digital / optical viewfinder capabilities. And for all it's quirky design features, autofocus flaws, and gimmicky features- never have I held a camera so well constructed, so reminiscent of the days of brass camera bodies and minimal aesthetics- before the speed oriented DSLR camera body was popularised by Canon.
Only 16 Megapixels?
I used Lightroom to shift the color of the wooden table towards red- corrected the white balance for cold crisp whites and used curves in LR to make the background pop. I altered the luminance of colours to create a balance that draws the eye to the cameras lens. A gradient mask was used to alter the white balance and warm and cool the image. It was shot on the #XE2 with a #Samyang 12mm F2. I used Xtransformer to convert the RAF into a DNG for Lightroom edits.
Two weekends ago, I attended a photography workshop organized by @sinopinas . The first part of the trip was a trek to the Taal crater. This warm light is what greeted us to start the day.
X-T10 | 18-55mm