Yesterday we had an important shoot in Hoi An and I bring along the Sony A7RIII with the 90mm 2.8 Macro with us to see how well it would perform in a real life documentary style use. I couldn't spend more than 30 minutes on the edit and grading of this video since it has been done during our lunch break.
We are currently building a photography studio for a client in central vietnam and based on their requirements we recommended to buy 3 x A7RIII even though we are big fujifilm fans :D The necessity for High Resolution, Full-Frame body and above all, the ability to shoot tethered using Capture one pro made the recommendation a no brainer.
Yesterday we had a great photoshoot for Yaly Couture (local Hoi An based company) in our new studio location. For the entire shoot I used the Fujifilm XT2 with the latest firmware 3.0 tethered to a 2017 Macbook pro running both X-Acquire and Capture One. It was the first time I entirely relied on the Fujifilm system for a commissioned job as I usually use the Nikon D750. Here are the pros and cons I experienced during the shoot
Hi everyone, I'm Jonathan SAYEB Photographer and Owner of Enzo Creation and Today I'm super excited to put my hands on the new Fujifilm GFX50s so let's check it out:This small review was made possible thanks to Anh Duc Digital in Danang and Fujifilm vietnam who very nicely offered me to test the camera for few days.
What makes a great camera? Is it being small enough to fit in your pocket? large enough to capture every detail? or are you looking for something in between? For each person, the perfect camera is something different. Fuji has recently released a camera, the XT2, that I believe will have many people excited.