Placing my order for the Fuji X-T2 was a no-brainer. After cycling through multiple platforms for the last four years, I was finally ready to settle down with just one. For some time it looked like that would be the Sony a7R II, but I just could not bring myself to pull the trigger on it for a number of reasons. Then, Fuji announced the X-T2. On paper, it checked off every item on my list.
Triple threat graphic designer, photographer, and videographer Joshua Fortuna has created quite the Instagram following over the past few years for his unique combination of mediums. His hand-drawn designs atop common objects, such as his daily consumption of coffee and lay-flat camera equipment, has kept his followers engaged and showing their appreciation of his identifiable design aesthetic.
To marry that Nikon lens to my 5D Mark II, I used this Nikon G lens to Canon adapter. I added a lens hood I own to the setup to avoid some glare I was getting off an overhead light and this is what it looked like…
As a landscape photographer who hikes a considerable amount, I am always looking for ways to lighten my load on and off the trail. After switching to full frame DSLRs years ago, I had never considered the Fuji system due to the cropped (APS-C) sensor. Despite being convinced I’d never go back to a crop sensors, I couldn’t help my curiosity after hearing so many great reviews coming from Fuji converts.
Contentious topics related to sensor size include resolution, high-ISO performance, and dynamic range but the quality and characteristic of bokeh, or out of focus backgrounds, is perhaps the most fiercely debated. Learn more about the topic!