08 Aug Dark and Moody Experimentation with the X-E4 and the XF27 F2.8 WR using Film Recipes
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Photography is an activity full of emotional connection. When I’m in a good mood, I shoot colorful, vibrant flowers and landscapes. When I’m feeling melancholy I shoot dead flowers and abandoned places. The challenge is matching that mood and feeling I was going for later in post-processing. Sometimes I’m in a totally different mindset, and it’s a little difficult to connect with the original vision I had. I’m normally a RAW-only kind of guy. I’ve always thought that anything I shoot with RAW can be adjusted later, and since that’s the highest quality setting we can set our camera to, then that’s what we should be using. With RAW, a lot of the work has to come in the editing process, and when my moods don’t match up, then there’s a disconnect there. Lately though, in the spirit of learning and growing, I’ve been shooting on JPG only as an experiment. I’m trying to do more to match my emotional state and vision for the photographs in the camera by shooting JPGs dialed into different settings. This is something fairly unique to Fuji because of the amount of control we have over color, clarity, grain and more. So I took […]
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