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Falling Back to Earth | Fuji X-pro1 | Cai Guo-Qiang

Falling Back to Earth | Fuji X-pro1 | Cai Guo-Qiang | Digital with Style | Scoop.it


Falling Back to Earth is the work of Cai Guo-Qiang, a contemporary chinese artist. His exhibition in GOMA Brisbane is the largest single installation ever displayed in the gallery. Some of the display were previsously featured in well known galleries and museum such as the Guggenheim museum.

 

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99 animals coming together for a drink in a large lake. The lake reminds me of ones found on Frasier Island, with crystal clear water in fine white sand. Despite the obvious fact that some of the animals are predators and others are preys, there is a sence of coming together. Symbolising that we all have a common need in life when stripped of our differences. There is a periodic drip of water from above into the lake, which brings a sense of renewal. Although the environmentalist in us may see that this renewal of water is much slower than the rate of which we tend to consume it.....


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Autumn colors with the Fuji X-Pro 1 | Gabor Nagy Photography

Autumn colors with the Fuji X-Pro 1 | Gabor Nagy Photography | Digital with Style | Scoop.it


Beside its great high ISO capability and amazing image quality, one of the best feature of the X-Pro 1 its weight. It's not that I dislike my Canon gear, I just hate carrying the big heavy DSLR everywhere, but the Fuji fits into my pocket (ok, a bigger pocket) easily and I don't have to compromise on the camera performance. Actually, when I have a bag with me I quite often find myself checking if it's still there (I have to lose that annoying or rather paranoid habit). But one thing I don't want to give up is carrying a camera with me everywhere and the Fuji X-Pro 1 is perfect for that.


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