10 Jan Fuji’s 55-200mm saves the day.
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Source: About Photography - Tom Grill
Recently, I stumbled upon an opportunity to photograph some commerical jets on the tarmac at sunrise and sunset. I only had the Fuji’s 55-200mm zoom with me. When I’m packing my camera outfit and don’t really think I’ll need a really long lens, I usually toss this lens into my kit bag — just in case. Being able to stretch out my focal length to an equivalent of 300mm has often saved the day for me.
I took all the photos below with the Fuji X-H1 with the thought of doing some graphic manipulation work later in Photoshop. Everything was done hand-held with some ISO’s pushed up to 1600 to achieve higher shutter speeds for stopping the action.
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