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Best food markets around the world

Best food markets around the world | Travel Inspiration | Scoop.it
These markets invite guests to indulge in authentic, traditional foods.

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Traveling to the USA with a Fuji X-Pro 1 | Axel Friberg

Traveling to the USA with a Fuji X-Pro 1 | Axel Friberg | Travel Inspiration | Scoop.it


I am a Swedish photographer based in Uppsala, north of Stockholm. This summer I have been lucky enough to travel for 5 weeks to the US, France and the west coast of Sweden thanks to hospitable friends. I would like to share my pictures with you and your readers. They are all taken with the Fuji X-Pro1 and 35mm f/1.4. I recently read your thoughts on the new Fujifilm X-A1 and your take on the X-trans sensor, or the lack thereof. After shooting with the X-Pro1 for little over a year, I dare say I have some experience with the sensor. And I agree with you! In fact, I dislike the way my OOC files turn out. It is not uncommon that the pictures look kind of smeared. Especially soft objects, like leaves or skin, despite being in perfect focus. However, I have always found it to work well as a monochrome camera. I am huge B&W fan. For a long time, I did some “pixel peeping”, or at least kind of; 100% zoom to check that I nailed focus etc. I’m not a rich guy, and when I put over 2’000 USD last year on the camera and lens, knowingly sacrificing AF-speed for IQ, I was kind of expecting greatness. At first, I felt a tad disappointed. Now, a year later, I have stopped the intense pixel peeping and focus on the final image.......


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A Hotel Room With 140 Characters

A Hotel Room With 140 Characters | Travel Inspiration | Scoop.it
The first “Twitter experience hotel” was introduced this summer, sharpening the divide between vacationers who prefer digital immersion and those who seek digital detox.

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