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My potted history of shooting weddings with a Fuji | Kevin Mullins

My potted history of shooting weddings with a Fuji | Kevin Mullins | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

So, as you probably know by now I’m a full time, professional documentary wedding photographer based in the West of England.  Almost four years ago, at Photokina 2010 I became smitten by this little retro looking thing called the Fuji X100. At that point, I was shooting weddings with Canon 5D Mark IIs.  They were grand cameras, and so were the subsequent 5D Mark IIIs that I used.  I won’t ever knock them or DSLRs but the appeal that the X100 was, for me, almost magical.  It was small.  It was light.  It was discrete.  It was around 35mm.  It was pretty cool to look at too. Sometime in July, the following year, I took delivery of my very own X100.  I loved it.  I really did.  It was small, it was light, it was discrete…..but it was a little bit slow….especially in low light (subsequent Firmware updates resolved this issue by the way).........

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