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Friday, May 25, 2012

I found this great lineup of old box cameras at a flea market.  Photo was taken with the Fuji X-Pro1 and 35mm lens, with toning and antiquing added later in Photoshop.

1 comment:

  1. hi Tom, I notice you are shooting a lot with the Fuji X-Pro1. I myself really like walking around and try to shoot things of interest. I notice that these kind of shots really sell (my Tetra royalty report tells me). But I really hate to take my Canon 1Ds and some big lenses. Now I shoot with a D-lux 5 but file quality is not good enough for stock I think. I still have to with hold me not to buy a M9 with one or two quality lenses, but now this Fuji X-Pro1 is on the market (and more mirror less cameras coming) I doubt if this huge investment in M9 (M10) is worthwhile. Still I love to shoot with a small high-quality camera/lens and don't like the Canon/Nikon gear for walking around. Maybe in this or another blog you can write a few words about this ? I ask this as a stock shooter ...