I received a phone call this afternoon by a gentleman, who found my blog post about the Fuji X100s and the TCL (Tele Converter Lens). He was keen buying the lens from me, should I be not interested any more. Well, I still love this setup for travelling. The X100s is still my favourite camera … Continue reading Still my Favourite Personal Travelling Kit
I was able to work with the Fuji XT 1 for a couple of weeks now on a couple of assignments and want to share some of my impressions here. This will not be yet another review of this camera. There are already enough around. I am focusing on my personal experience in my professional … Continue reading Working with the Fuji XT1
I finally decided to upgrade to the Fuji system. More about this in on of the future posts. Here are two of my my first test shots with the Fuji XT 1.
Over the last month, I have been testing the Fuji X100s for my personal and professional use. It was the only camera, I took with me for a short holiday in Germany. I have been playing with the thought of buying this camera since the first version, the X100 was announced, but waited for the … Continue reading A New Addition To The Family – Fuji X100s
Are you in the market to buy a new camera for yourself or as a present? There is an overwhelming choice of cameras to choose from: Compact cameras, bridge cameras, micro 4/3, compact mirrorless cameras, DSLRs. If you are not sure, what all these camera types are or want to better, which camera is the … Continue reading Choose the Right Camera
Here is another shot from our hike up Lion's Head. The image is composed of 3 individual images shot with the Mamiya C220. Film used is Kodak Portra 400.
We had visitors over the last week with us. My niece, Miriam visited us with her fiancé and friends from Germany. Cape Town was the last leg of their Africa experience. My niece was in Africa for 4 months with a friend. Her fiancé arrived in Cape Town a week ago. We had lots of fun … Continue reading Picture of the day or so – Lion’s Head
Another shot from my trip to the beach around Muizenberg.