22 Mar A letter from the newsroom
Source: Fuji X Passion
I am an editor at a Spanish news outlet. TV daily newscasts have always been my thing. I love journalism, but even the most exciting job, after so many years, can end up repeating itself. I started feeling the need for a different language to tell my own story, so I decided to return to a passion that always filled my soul: photography.
After googling for a couple of weeks, I finally went for a mirrorless camera and ended up with Fuji by chance… It just seemed to be the right fit for my budget. Now I’m hooked on this system, and I don’t regret it. I actually love it. I have an X-T2, the XF18-55mm kit lens, and the XF16mm F1.4. That’s my gear for now.
I started taking pictures at my workplace a year ago, precisely when this nightmare started. It wasn’t my intention, but I ended up picturing Covid-19 as a part of our everyday life. It has shaped the stories we cover, the interviews we make, but also how we work and how we interact with each other at the newsroom.
Masks are everywhere, and that determines the way I can reflect the work of my colleagues. Between facial expressions and body language, I had to rely on body language, composition and scenes. When I get my XF56mm F1.2
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