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Aspects of Digital Photography focusing on the Fuji X-Pro1, X-T1, X-E1/E2 and X100s - photographer, reviews, samples and more ... | http://www.tomen.de
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Transformational Imagemaking: An Interview with Robert Hirsch | Photo.net

Transformational Imagemaking: An Interview with Robert Hirsch | Photo.net | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

....my position has been that all photographs are constructions. The “window on the world” point of view is based on where the photographer is standing, the time of day, the quality of light, what equipment and processes are utilized, what is included and excluded in the frame, and so on. What determines the photographic outcome we see in magazines, museums, galleries, and in all forms of media are largely determined by this realistic perception mindset. I’m interested in haptic imagemakers who are expressionistically interpreting their subject matter. In place of an outward linear narrative, these artists often rely on an inner psychological approach to their storytelling. This encourages their unconscious to come to the fore and reveal multiple pathways for viewers to explore both the subject matter and the maker. Regardless of their approach, these artists delight in the act of picturemaking......

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Fuji EF-20 Flash for Fuji | Eric Friedemann - Photo.net

Fuji EF-20 Flash for Fuji | Eric Friedemann - Photo.net | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

However, there are times in very low light when I'd like a little help in the form of a small flash I can bounce off low ceilings. So, I purchased the Fuji EF-20 Flash. On the negative side, the flash is quite plasticy, in contrast to the solid build and feel of the Fuji "X" cameras. For its output, the EF-20 is also overpriced at $130 U.S. (a bit more costly than the more solid Nikon SB-400.)

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