02 Jan Fujifim + Huawei = Dynamic Imaging
Source: Michael St. Jean Photography
It started with the Huawei Honor 8, a phone with a camera good enough to make me question my Fujifilm obsession and collection of bodies and lenses. It continued with the Huawei Mate 9 with its higher specced camera and a screen that was large enough, bright enough, and color accurate enough to become primary device for image management, editing, and posting. Yes, the internal camera is great on its own, but combined with Fuji’s film simulations and best in class jpeg output, the Huawei/Fuji combination has re-defined my photography.
Fujifilm Pre-Processing for Minimal Post-Processing
I am a lazy wannabe photographer. There was a time I used to shoot RAW and spend hours in post, sitting at a desktop, poking and prodding at images in Lightroom. Years ago when adopted a Chrombook for the majority of my work needs, I explored the available online tools for personal photography. I also had an Android tablet and used Snapseed as my go to image editor. Once Chromebooks gained the capability to run Android Apps, I happily used Snapseed on my Chromebook. The Huawei Mate 9 with its large (for a phone) 5.9″ screen has simplified my equipment needs and workflow even further as I discovered that the Mate 9 provided a screen size and resolution suitable for editing images in Snapseed.
Fuji’s in-camera Film Simulations also contributed to my laziness. Instead of spending time and effort post processing my images, I pre-process my images in the camera body by dialing in a film stock along…
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