10 Jan Must Love Dogs: Documentary Dog Photography with your Fujifilm
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One of the things I love most about my Fujifilm set up is the size of the gear. It’s small, compact and can be a very stealthy piece of equipment, perfect for capturing those priceless candid moments. You hear it all time — photographers going on and on about the brilliance of the X-Pro 3 or X-T3, or whatever the Fujifilm model may be, for getting those often-difficult emotional and private moments. They’re right. When I’m at events and weddings or on assignment for the newspaper, for example, that’s exactly what I’m hunting with my X-T3 — the perfect candid capture. It’s also what I do at home. And to me, some of the most challenging, and rewarding, subjects to photograph are my dogs. For a brief time when I was shooting full frame, when the gear I lugged around weighed as much as a small child, capturing a decent image of the dachshunds was nearly impossible. Not only was the size of the camera and lens combination incredibly intimidating to the dogs (and most people), it was also loud whenever I did attempt to snap a photo. I’d essentially get one shot before the clatter of the shutter sent them scattering throughout […]
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