26 Jun 48 hours in Venice with the Fujifilm GFX100 ~ High res samples

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Last week I popped over to Venice for a recce shoot with fashion model, Hellana Mardasian and my co-tutor Radmila Kerl from Munich. The recce was to establish the locations, accommodation, and restaurants that we want to use for a foundation level workshop in street fashion that we are running in October this year. The shoot was fun, really simple and generally involved working a couple of streets away from the hordes of tourists that patrol the main thoroughfares at this time of the year.

All these pictures were shot with the Fujifilm GFX100 either handheld, on a monopod or on a tripod. There are four full resolution photographs linked to from the pictures below. So much has been written about this camera that I don’t want to repeat so please feel free to ask me anything you want to in the comments section below. I answer every comment and I say it as it is. I’m no fanboy and I’m not paid by Fujifilm. Enjoy…

01. The Grand Canal and a backwater offer spectacular scenery to marvel at and capture. [Click on the picture to open the bottom right shot taken on the Fujifilm GFX100 at full size]

The GFX100 camera firmware wasn’t final and my lenses didn’t have the necessary firmware upgrade to enable phase detect autofocus. The picture detail is outstanding and the lenses that I used were more than up to the task of resolving the extra detail the 100 gives over my 50s. These shots were

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