Tag: Fuji GFX 50R

Mother’s Day at West Hylebos Wetlands Park

What Are You Going To Do When Covid Is All Over? Hug My Mom.

She’s been vaccinated and the CDC says it’s save to visit! Time to go see mom in the Palouse! Low key trip, nothing too exciting, but took along the GFX 50R and 45mm f/2.8 to capture some family memories.

Washington Park and Uwajimaya – Fuji 80mm f/1.7 GF Lens Initial Thoughts

There definitely is something special about the images produced with the Fuji medium format system. They have a depth to them that isn’t reproducible with smaller sensor cameras. Part of me wants to go all in and go crazy with the system, but due to it’s poor high ISO noise performance and slow focusing, I ...

Fuji 80mm f/1.7 First Test Photos

Initial impressions of this lens – wow! Fantastic image quality, and while focusing isn’t terribly fast, it’s not hideous either. Reports on some Facebook forums suggest it’s unusable, but I disagree. While you need time to compose your shots and allow for time to focus, it’s quite doable. These were shot in midday sun and ...

Second, but First Outing with the Fuji GFX 50R and 45mm f/2.8

The previous Fuji GFX 50R post was shot with a used camera, but since then Fuji has lowered the price of their new GFX 50R bodies to the same price that I paid for a used one. Glazer’s Camera offered me a couple of hundred dollars back on the used one I purchased as a ...

Fuji GFX 50R – First Weekend Early Review

I’ve been enjoying Fuji X series cameras since the X-T1 was released. Fuji does a good job of releasing newer cameras at regular intervals, ongoing firmware updates of older cameras, creating sharp lenses, and producing pleasing colors. For crop sensor cameras, they are my go to brand, as well as the first brand I recommend ...