The Fujifilm X100 series of cameras has me rethinking my photography and questioning how much gear do I really need?
If I had to choose only one camera and one lens for all future vacations it would be the X-T20 with 27mm. Light, discrete, and versatile.
Another trip. Another round of “what gear do I pack?” This is a casual family trip to England so I need to keep my photography simple and casual.
My son and I spent a glorious sunny day on the lake, visiting a Uros reed island, exploring Taquille Island with our Amantani Isle guide.
My son and I reached Machu Picchu, and yes, with the exception of the selfie-taking crowds, it was so worth the trip to stand over this spectacular location.
My son and I climbed aboard a small bus with four other people, a driver and a guide, and set out on an eight hour tour of the Sacred Valley.
After a tremendous amount of self-imposed gear anxiety, I decided to leave the X-T1 and various lenses at home and packed only the diminutive Fujifilm X70 to cover my photography needs during my nine days in Peru.
For a nine day trip to Peru with my son, my most important planning and packing is done, namely the photo gear I take along the Fujifilm X70
My father and son trip to NYC came with the requisite photo nerd gear anxieties: What camera(s) do I take? Will I have the right lenses? Fujifilm X-T1, 14mm, and 18-55 was the solution.
During a family vacation to Cape Elizabeth, Maine, instead of sleeping late, I was out with the Fujifilm X-T1, XF 18-55 F2.8-4 lens, a B+W 10 Stop ND filter, and a cup of coffee to capture the sunrise.