Fujifilm XF 80mm f/2.8 macro review – Closer to completion

Sometimes you just experience something that exceeds all your expectations in every possible aspect. The new Fujinon XF 80mm f/2.8 R LM WR OIS Macro is exactly one of those experiences. I still can’t believe just how good and versatile this lens is. This is so much more than just a lens for shooting macro….

Contrasting

Together they form. Apart they dwell in solace. One exists not without the other. They follow. Follow direction. Natural order. None before the other. These are the days. Difference in order. And appearance. X-Pro2 – XF90mm f/2 and MCEX-11  

The Fujifilm XF 90mm f/2 review

The Fujinon XF 90mm f/2 LM WR was announced last monday alongside the Fujifilm X-T10 (which I wrote about here). Completing the line up of classic portraiture lenses, this 135mm full frame eq. FOV has been on the wishlist of many portrait and fashion photographers using the Fujifilm X series and its Fujinon XF lens eco-system….

Handwerk

The Leica M8 silver – 35mm Summicron-M f/2 Photographed using the X-T1 with the XF35mm f/1.4 and MCEX-11

Closer – An MCEX-11 review

Not a macro photographer, not a macro photographer, not a macro photographer. But I need to try this! Thats me in a nutshell. My disciplin prohibits, but my curiosity prevails. I guess this is a good thing, since expansion of skills is valuable to an extent. Whats great about todays photography world is that tech…

I/O

Input/Output. Simple relation. Yet complex. Feed one, harvest the other. Or in reverse. Do things that makes you happy. Then harvest that happiness. When you invest you will reap. Input – XT-1 14mm and 35mm Output – X-T1 – 14mm

Spring in my garden. Macro with the X-Pro1

I tried some macro photography in my garden. I used the Minolta Rokkor MC 55mm f/1.7 with  50mm and 36mm extension tubes. This worked rather well. Not my usual style of photography, but fun none the less. đŸ™‚